It Takes All Colors Snowflakes Afghan by Susan Lowman

It Takes All Colors Snowflakes Afghan

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Crochet
September 2014
Aran (8 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches
in single crochet
6.0 mm (J)
3000 - 4440 yards (2743 - 4060 m)
44" wide x 60" high
US
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This pattern is available from thecrochetarchitect.com for $5.95.

This eye-catching afghan will make heads turn! It’s made with single crochets in the Tapestry Crochet (or Fair Isle) technique, with color changes in the majority of the rows. Most rows are worked in the back loop and all rows are worked on the right side. There are NO ends to weave in, since they’re all turned into fringe on the 2 side edges of the afghan! And with this reversible technique, the back is just as pretty as the front!

This afghan measures 44” wide (plus fringe) x 60” high, but can easily be made wider or narrower by working more or less repeats, as described in the pattern.

This pattern includes written instructions for the afghan and the fringe, an easy-to-read chart for the color changes that form the snowflakes design and a check list to keep track of which row you’re working. Also included are step-by-step photos for working in the back bump of the foundation chain (for a finished look to the bottom edge), carrying the unused color, joining with a sc, working in the back loop of the stitches and how to work the color changes.

This pattern was previously published in 2014 through the Mainly Crochet website, which was a yearly crochet pattern subscription website. That website will be closing at the end of 2019 and this pattern won’t be available there, but it’s available to purchase now as a single PDF download on my website, www.TheCrochetArchitect.com (no subscription needed)!

I hope you enjoy this colorful pattern and your finished “It Takes All Colors Snowflakes Afghan”!