Garden Gate Afghan

Garden Gate Afghan

Add a beautiful crocheted afghan to your collection with this Garden Gate Afghan. The colorful design and color combination work perfectly together. Inspired by a vase of flowers, this afghan can be worked up in just a few days. The boxed block stitch is incorporated into this pattern making it one unique blanket.

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

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From the center to the outer edging, this is stunning! The colors are spot on and the design is truly unique. Intense written directions and I just loved the videos. I had not intentions on making another afghan until I ran across this pattern.

This garden gate afghan is beautiful! What a masterpiece. I was really glad that the designer posted other pictures of the afghan to get a really good look at how the design is up close. I love that the design is circular and this unique stitch will get a lot of second looks. Thanks for sharing.

This is perfect for picnics and outing activities. Here's the link to the pattern http//

Can you make an regular afghan with the garden gate pattern?

I have had a lot of problems following this pattern. its a beautiful blanket I just wish it was explained better. I have had to guess with a lot of the stitches, I hope it comes out similar to the one in the picture.

weird shape

I was unable to get the pattern. Internet explorer was unable to open it. The afghan looks beautiful and I would love to make it.

In the abbreviations section, why does ST ST equal SL ST when in the beginning of the pattern, SL ST is used to join the Ch 4 and later in the pattern ST ST is used. I am not sure what the ST ST means when used later in the pattern. Could you explain it in more specific terms please.

This would be awesome as a Christmas tree, green and/or both


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