Snowy Evening Afghan Crochet Pattern
Quick-to-stitch motifs are crocheted with 2 strands of yarn held together to create this stunning wintry throw!
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November 6, 2020
Please make a video on one of the motif. It would help a bunch. The afghan is beautiful but the directions are not to clear. Especially the first few rows.
September 27, 2020
I wanted to offer help with the loop chains part. I have a similar pattern I love to make but starts from the outer edge and works in but the same idea none the less. What is being done is after you have finished crocheting the moffit you have these loops of chains. If you pull the chain loop from round 3 through the chain loop from round 1 then pull the chain loop from round 5 through the loop from round 3. I then put a clip to hold it while I repeat with the next group of chain loops. I then clip that one to hold while I repeat for the next group of loops...all the way around the moffit. Then to secure these loops to create the star ir snowflake pattern you will crochet one more round being sure to do a 2 sc ch 1 2 sc in the loop from round 5 as well as in the center dc of the previous round. Put your hook through the front of the loop and into the center dc (corner) wrap around, pull through and complete the sc. 2 of those, 1 ch and 2 mire of those will help keep the corner appearance which will be needed for assembly. I hope that might help some of you understand that confusing part. Wish I could help more but I don't do videos.
September 17, 2020
I have to agree with the other review. I came here searching for a video. The instructions are very hard to understand, and I've been crocheting for 30+ years. Googling didn't help either. I hate to call it quits but I'm too lost.
July 19, 2020
Written instructions are too complicated and unclear. It would be helpful to provide video tutorial on the weaving section or provide a picture diagram of how to weave the lp chains. Frogging project and moving on to a different pattern. Afghan is beautiful, if you can figure out the instructions and complete it.