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3 Strand Easy Afghan

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Snuggle up in a warm afghan! Use this free crochet pattern to create this unique design. Throw it over your furniture and use it as an accent piece.

Crochet 3 Stand Easy Afghan
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Crochet Hook: N/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Jul 2, 2013

Patasar 2916591,I would suggest you add some more chains at the beginning foundation chain,just so it is wider.If you want it 1/3 wider,I would say add 32 or 33 more chains to the original 98 ch,I'm not sure if this will work out the way you want it to be though,since I haven't tested it yet.

 

Apr 2, 2013

This afghan does not look very wide....how many stitches would you have to add to make it at least a third wider?

 

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Mar 25, 2013

This looks like a beautiful afghan. I think it might just be my next project. In the meantime, I have a question on a different project I am working on. I am doing an afghan in double crochet (my first project - new to crochet). I have managed to loose some stitches, is there a way I can fix this without pulling out all of my work?

 

Dec 1, 2012

kay, what that means is second chain FR= from HK=hook.

 

Dec 1, 2012

I am new to crochet. In Row 1 you list abbrevations "fr" and "hk". I cannot find these listed on the crocheting abbreviation chart. What do they mean?

 

Sep 12, 2011

If you feel three strands are to expensive, then choose a bulky or chunky yarn. The blanket works fast and is beautiful. You can find many beautiful blankets in 4 ply worsted, but not too many worked fast in three strands.

 

Mar 27, 2011

She says it is 61 " long in her pattern at the end b 4 the edging. I plan to use a size I hook & RED Heart worsted weight yarn, who can affords to use 3 strands nowadays?

 

Jan 8, 2011

I also want to know the dimensions of this afghan.

 

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