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Brightly Colored Windchime Afghan


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I think this is a fitting name for this afghan pattern. It looks like ribbons hanging from a windchime. I am amazed at the short pattern instructions that are provided directly above- and no additional clicking on any link. I guess Vanna's Choice yarns are the go-to for afghans!

This is a pattern that although it repeats itself, it isnt one that gets boring quickly. It makes up pretty quickly. A strip took less than an hour, so the entire blanket (less assembly) could be done in a day or two. I wonder what this would look like done in a lighter yarn, for use as curtains.

This afghan is appropriately named because it resembles a set of long wind chimes. Wind chimes are placed outside the house by a window or door. They are a type of percussion instrument that produce a very relaxing sound with the action of the wind. This Brightly Colored Windchime Afghan has a very unique design.

I like the concept but don't care to do a joining row. Beyond slightly changing the appearance (which doesn't matter to me), is there any reason I couldn't just change colors and start the next row, and so on?

LOVE IT got my sister loving this one to

How can I print a pattern?

I tried this one last year and couldn't get the different strips to match :) though I used the same brand and type of yarn. I really love it though, so I'm going to try again once I finish the harlequin afghan I'm working up for my mom.

I have so many afghan patterns in my collection, even dating back to the 1940's. I'll try this one out. It looks beautiful! I wish my grandmother was still around. I think she'd love it.

This is such an easy patter and works up so quickly. I've made this afghan a couple of times using Red Heart Soft yarn in 8 colors and have received so many compliments. Thank you very much for sharing your creativity!

Aquarelinha: If you are short just a little yarn (less than 12 inches or so), unravel half a row of your afghan and recrochet it. This should give you enough yarn. I know this sounds crazy but it works. I have actually done when I have run short of yarn and it works almost every time. Give it a shot.

I just started this pattern and my gauge matched perfectly. When I finished strip #2 and did the joining row, my yarn wasn't enough! It's short about 5 inches! Is it something I can correct on the next strips? It was an expensive yearn and I don't want to have to buy 7 balls just for a few inches. Can anyone help me with this? Thanks!

I am learning to read a pattern and made this afghan using different colors. It came out beautifully! Thanks for the lovely free patterns and articles.

I loved this pattern and it looks beautiful on my couch.

This was such an easy pattern to do. It looks great and I didn't use exactly the colors in the photo as they were hard to find. I am doing another with just two colors, white or beige and rose. Because it was made in strips, it was an easy project to take along anywhere. If I could figure out how to add a photo, I would send one


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