Medieval Square Afghan by Meladoras Creations

Medieval Square Afghan

Crochet
August 2019
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
5.0 mm (H)
baby to king
US
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In this pattern I’ll teach you how to create the squares and how to sew the squares and rose together to make this amazing looking afghan. I also teach you how to create the 2 row border that goes around the whole afghan.

You can find the free pattern without pictures on my site as well as a video tutorial. You can find it at this link
https://www.meladorascreations.com/medieval-square-afghan...

------------For this project you will need------------

For this project you will need:

HOOK: 5 mm hook or size H hook for the US

YARN: |Four colors & a Variegated color | I used medium blue, cream white, golden brown, coffee brown for my squares and a variegated color that matched the colors I used for my flowers.

Worsted Weight Yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU

100 grams / 3.5. oz per skein

240 meters / 262 yards per skein

Tapestry Needle to hide ends.

A marker! It’s very important in this project to have a marker.

---------------------------Sizing----------------------------

Each square measures 20 cms \ 8 inches in width and length. The border around the whole blanket will add another 2.5 cms or 1 inch to the outside. So the measurements will reflect that.

Keep in mind that these are just guesses made by measurements of the granny squares and use of a chart that has measurements of bed sizes. I hope they will help you get a idea of how many squares you’ll need to make, but I have not made these sizes myself so I don’t know how much yarn you will need for each afghan size. I estimate that you can make about 5 squares per skein.

Sizes estimated for afghans Baby - King size

…….ABBREVIATIONS USED IN PATTERN -------

ch = Chain

sl st = Slip Stitch

st = Stitch

sk = Skip

beg = beginning

YO = Yarn Over

DC = Double Crochet

SC = Single Crochet

sp = space

Repeat what’s in between * for rest of round.

Repeat what’s in between | for # indicated.