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Thinking of You Baby Afghan

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Updated March 13, 2017
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The soft pastel colors of the Thinking of You Baby Afghan makes this pattern perfect for any baby nursery. The colors can be customized depending on the baby's gender. Simply choose any 3 colors of worsted weight yarn to complete this free crochet baby blanket. As written, it measures about 27 inches by 29 inches, but can easily be made into another size if you want. Make this classic crochet baby blanket for your own little one, or give it as a gift.

Thinking of You Baby Afghan
Thinking of You Baby Afghan
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Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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Awesome looking baby blanket. I love this pattern. So glad that I found a pdf recently on how to quickly and easily change yarn colors when making a project like this. The finished size shown is prefect for a car seat or stroller. Its really amazing how each side of the blanket has 2 totally different looks.

This is a beautiful Thinking of You Baby Afghan pattern. The pattern doesn't tell you to cut your yarn at the change of color, it just says to join the color. I personally would just carry the last color used up with the new color yarn. With the chain 1, flip the old color from the back to the front of the stitch before you finish your chain 1 stitch. this will bring the old color up to the working row. Leave the old color and work the row with the new color. At least I hope this will work for all of the color changes to prevent all the weaving in ends of yarn at the end. Has anyone made this afghan? If so how did you do the change of colors? I'm going to try and see what works best. Thank you for this free pattern.

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Do you cut yarn when you change colors or do you work over preceding color?

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