Hue Shift Afghan (Crochet Version) by Erica Jackofsky (Fiddle Knits)

Hue Shift Afghan (Crochet Version)

March 2016
Sport (12 wpi) ?
18.5 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in single crochet through the back loop, blocked
3.75 mm (F)
4783 yards (4374 m)
50” square, each square measures approximately 5 x 5”
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Eleven colors blend harmoniously in this mitered afghan!

The crochet version of our popular pattern, this afghan is crocheted in four pieces and seamed together. Each of the four pieces begins at one corner, and mitered squares are crocheted directly onto the existing work.

Made with simple single crochet mitered squares and finished off with a darker border, the Hue Shift Afghan is a deceptively simple pattern that explores color in a new and creative way!

Note: Working at gauge, a single color square will use 10 grams of yarn. Each color is used for 1 single color square and 18 additional squares where it is paired with another color. This means each of the 10 main body colors will use all 100 grams of the skein. We have suggested an additional skein for each color, to make sure the entire pattern can be completed.