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Popcorn Swirl Bedspread



This is such a pretty crochet pattern anyone would love to make or receive. The popcorn swirl is a bit of an advanced pattern but you'll love the end result. Cotton thread and a size 6 hook are used.

Popcorn Swirl Bedspread
Popcorn Swirl Bedspread
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Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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I made it thru the the second round with the correct number of pc. The third round is not working. Directions read ch3, pc, dc ch1 sp,pc in next dc, dc in ch1 sp then ch2 , dc in next dc. Following these directions I come up with only 2 pc per when picture shows 3pc before the ch2 I think. Am I missing something?

bumblecruise 4520485

This is beautiful. One question, how are the edges finished? Did you fill in the gaps between motifs with chained triangles? or make half motifs for the edges?

jsboski 4144972

For those having trouble accessing the pattern: Click above on this page, the green link that says "Click Here for Crochet Pattern". This will bring up a page with two pictures: one of an individual motif, the other of a finished spread. Click on either of those pictures on that page. Provided you have Adobe Acrobat loaded on your computer, that should load the pattern PDF for you so you can see pictures AND instructions for making the spread. The instructions are for making an individual motif. As the spread was partly finished, I doubt they know how much thread it took to make the whole thing. Just make as many motifs as you need for the size you want (I suggest making one or two, measuring them and calculating how many you need). Hope this helps, this is a gorgeous pattern!

Aunt Nutmeg

I have to say that rarely do I comment on patterns I come across. This afghan is the exception. It is so stunningly beautiful. Thank you for reinventing the pattern. I can say this is one that I will truly enjoy working on.


I cannot see where the pattern says how many motifs to make, how many to join across and down? This is a beautiful pattern.


This is absolutely gorgeous! I can't wait to try it! Might do a smaller version using yarn instead of cotton bedspread tho. thank you so much for your work on the pattern and sharing.

tweetypie34 6933789

Clicked on picture, clicked on "Click Here for Pattern" - no pattern at all


Hi Rustydip, The PDF seems to be coming up and printing fine on our end. It may be a setting on your printer or Adobe. Thanks! -Editors of AllFreeCrochet


do you make many circles and then sew them together for the bedspread?

bukwrm1214 4216915

I click the picture & get the PDF page but the words do not print... Only the pictures print. I tried it twice the no words, just pictures... There is a problem somewhere...


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