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Skill Level: Intermediate

Learn how to crochet beautiful intertwined cables that appear to move and a striking 12-strand cable. Join expert Jennifer Pionk to learn these skills while crocheting a gorgeous afghan step by step!

Jennifer Pionk
Modern Classic Cabled Afghan
Jennifer Pionk, Instructor
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Jennifer Pionk, Instructor

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Jennifer Pionk is the professional crochet designer behind A Crocheted Simplicity, a line of fun, functional and modern crochet patterns. She taught herself to crochet 5 years ago and hasnt looked back. Jennifer has published over 150 original crochet designs and has had her work published in books and magazines. She loves continuously exploring new techniques and putting her own spin on the classics but also sharing her passion for crochet through teaching others. You can find her designs at www.acrochetedsimplicity.com, on Facebook and on Ravelry.

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FREE -- Class Overview
01:42
FREE -- Introduction
03:48
Structure of Cables
10:54
Modern Classic Cabled Afghan
23:55
Cables Begin to Move
12:41
Linen Stitch Border
06:07
Class Wrap-Up
03:08
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Customer Reviews for Modern Classic Cabled Afghan:

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4 out of 5 (Reviewed by 6 customers.)

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September 11, 2021
Karen W
I purchased this class thinking I was going to learn how to crochet a cable Afghan. She was very clear in what she taught however it was way too quick and I need a lot more visual on some of the steps. Rows one through four were easy. In row five she only showed the forward cable 12. Even though she had shown the other stitches previously, she never showed doing a forward cable four on top of the previous rows as an extension from the beginning of the cable or a forward cable six as an extension from the previous one. The cable look so odd and bulky I was never sure if I was doing it right and she never showed us doing those stitches together, which was a shame. It left me feeling she felt I had already done cable afghans before, which I hadn’t. So perhaps I chose to advanced of a class. I would’ve enjoyed the class where when we get to the next row she would have shown us how the cables join together and laid with the previous row. The other Annie’s video classes that I have taken have been crystal clear. That’s what I was expecting.
July 18, 2021
Elena D
I love cables! The only part I had to use the video for is when the cables started to move to make it seem a little bit difficult to understand just the instructions on how to make the cables move. Other than that I'm enjoying the class so far and it is fun forming more than 1 style cable. I like doing many other cables as well and making it look pretty.
April 27, 2018
Veviticus M
I am in the process of making the large afghan. Thank you Jennifer for teaching this class. This project is just challenging enough without becoming overwhelming. Everything was explained and shown so very very well. I have already purchased the first cable class you taught and I can't wait to crochet the projects for that class. I am looking forward to seeing you teach other classes for Annie's. You are truly an asset to the Annie's platform. Thank you.
September 17, 2017
Heidi H
I made the lapghan size last winter and I LOVE it! I find Jennifer's style of instruction easy to understand. The beauty of a video class is being able to watch it over and over (but I never needed too) for those trickier parts. I love the large cable sections; I'm a fan of this designer and of cable work. I'll be making the baby size this coming winter!
February 26, 2017
Gail W
It was too far away for me to see where she put her stitches. It was also quite fast. I paused it many times but I finally had to give it up since I never came out right. I think I was adding stitches since I couldn't see where she was entering.

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