A-Maze-Ing Afghan by Cindy Sheblom

A-Maze-Ing Afghan

May 2021
DK (11 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches
in Panel 1
4.0 mm (G)
4.5 mm
3280 - 4265 yards (2999 - 3900 m)
44" x 54"
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The pattern, A-Maze-Ing (Amazing) is based off of the ‘maze’ patterns throughout the blanket.

Mosaic crochet is a dense crochet, no “holes” so is ideal for blankets, rugs, runners, cushions, etc.

You can use a variegated/print/cake yarn and allow the yarn to change colour on its own or you can use two separate colours to create a contrast in the pattern.

There will be loads of ends, which are either made into a twisted fringe or you can finish off and enclose all the ends in an envelope border.

Overlay Mosaic Crochet

44” x 54” or 1.13m x 1.37m

Some Info Just for You
The pattern is worked from right to left. You will join your yarn on the right for each row and cut off yarn on the
left after each row.

Your “Anchor” stitch will always be your first and last stitch in the pattern depicted by a (↖).
The first row of the blanket is the only row that you will turn the work and sc in the second chain from the hook.

Cut off yarn at the end of this row. You will start with your contrast colour on the second row and Blsc along
the row.

For this pattern, there are 8 large panels including a separator panel.

You can repeat these panels as many times
as you please, depending on how large you require your blanket to be.

There will be written instructions for each graph. There will be instructions for bigger sizes.