Cabin on the Beach Afghan Square


Cabin on the Beach Afghan Square

Cabin on the Beach Afghan Square
Cabin on the Beach Afghan Square

"This easy crochet afghan pattern pays homage to the traditional Log Cabin quilt squares with a beachy crochet version! You can make this pattern into afghan blocks for a fun pieced afghan, or simply continue on for a fun continuous blanket pattern. This makes an excellent crochet stash buster- as you'll use just about 100 yards of each color for the 12" crochet afghan square blocks. Make it into a true scrap blanket, or use the colors of your choice for a cohesive look."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gaugelisted in pattern

Finished Size12" block, or to your desired size

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My grandmother had me helping cut quilt pieces from the time I was a very little girl. While all the intricate patterns fascinated me, I liked the humble Log Cabin best of all. This project takes those stripes to a new level by using Shell Stitches to give them uneven edges. Each stripe is worked directly onto the previous block just like a traditional Log Cabin. The finished square is only 12 inches, but you could easily join several for a throw.


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