Diamond Overlay Scrapghan Crochet Pattern

Technique: Crochet
Skill Level: Easy
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Item # AC04430
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In this afghan, two rows of single crochet stripes are overlaid with double crochet shells arranged in diamond pattern. And the main color is never cut, so there are fewer ends to weave in! Design is made using worsted-weight yarns and a size J/10/6mm crochet hook. Finished size: approximately 51"W x 60"L. Previously published in Crochet World October 2018.


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Diamond Overlay Scrapghan Crochet Pattern

February 10, 2021

A very striking project but I have a bone to pick with this pattern. It doesn't mention that all the yarn pretty much has to be the same brand. I have lots of scrap yarn but I find the regular #4 medium worsted is thinner than the Red Heart Super Saver yarn that the pattern calls for. That means that all the scrap colours have to be the same brand of yarn. I don't know about others, but my yarn stash is comprised of lots of different brands of yarn and not anywhere near enough scrap colours of Red Heart Super Saver to make this afghan. And if I use one of the many knitting worsted scraps I have, the gauge doesn't work.

Diamond Overlay Scrapghan Crochet Pattern

November 5, 2020

Love this afghan pattern. I purchased this pattern and was wondering after reading the instructions is there a video or YouTube video that would show me how to make it? I'm having some problems visualizing what to do and being able to watch a video would greatly help me. I started purchasing from Annie's Attic since the 70's.

Annie's Customer Service
Maria - we're sorry, but we don't offer a video for this pattern.
Diamond Overlay Scrapghan Crochet Pattern

October 28, 2018

Love the idea of using up my old yarn bits, but ended up unraveling it about 3 times before I discovered that instead of a "back loop", which put the stitch on the WRONG side of the pattern, a FRONT LOOP worked very well. So if anyone, other than me is having a problem, they might try that. So far, this seems to be working.

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