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Picket Fences Lapghan



This pretty, easy lapghan is a cinch. Crochet yourself Picket Fences Lapghan for a taste of country living.

Picket Fences Lapghan
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Crochet Hook: J/10 or 6 mm hook

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


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Oct 22, 2012

For those asking about increasing and decreasing the size of this, it looks like the pattern is designed as 7x+5 for the initial chain. The posted pattern uses 20 7-pattern repetitions plus 5 chains for the intro. To change the size, simply choose any multiple of 7 and add five to it for your beginning chain - for example, if you wanted to make it half size, you would use 7*10 + 5, or 75 for your starting chain. Double size would be 285 for the starting chain. I would estimate that 180 for a starting chain would be about right for 45" and 215 would be about right for 54".


Feb 21, 2012

in order to make a full sized afghan i chained 187 chains and it worked for me.


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Dec 12, 2011

@rodt-SK means skip @janeanalp-In order to print, you must go to the original project page and print from there. If they do not have an easy print button, you would have to copy and paste in a Word doc and print from there. Thanks!


Dec 10, 2011

how do io print this pattern?


Feb 17, 2011

Shouldn't pattern read *Ch 3, sk 3 chs, sc in next ch, sk 2 ch's, 3 dc in next ch)*rep across, ch 1 turn not (Ch 3, sk 3 chs, sc in next ch, sk 2 ch's, 3 dc in next ch) rep across, ch 1 turn since the ( ) means work in the same stitch?


Feb 16, 2011

Can anyone please tell me what the instructions mean when it says sk. Does this mean skip those stitches??? Thanks!


Feb 16, 2011

If you cannot print the pattern, try this: Using the mouse, select the instructions. Using the CTRL-C keyboard command, copy the selected text. Open Notepad or Word. Place the cursor on the page in the text editor (word or Notepad0 you selected. enter the command CTRL-V. Now you have a word or Notepad document with the instructions. Save the document to whatever location you use for such things, naming it as you choose. Now, this will not work on all web pages, but it is certainly worth a try whenever you cannot print the page.


Oct 11, 2010

If we can't print the instructions, then why are you putting it in the show? We would like to have access to all patterns, or , don't show them.


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