If you’ve been keeping tabs, I finished the third of my afghans–the crochet granny square flower–last spring. Since then, I’ve been busy working on the fourth and final installment of the afghans.
It’s with great pride I present the Solid Squared Afghan!
This guy differs from its three sibling since its squares are solid colors, not comprised of four to six different colors. The squares themselves are working up quicker (no time joining colors) and can I just tell you how infinitely excited I am to have 75% LESS ends to weave in.
My fellow crocheters, can I get an ‘amen’?!
This afghan was designed to be 12 x 12 squares, yet I found it too small. Each square measures just under four inches, forming an afghan 48 by 48 inches. I figured why stop there? I had enough yarn and plan to keep working until it runs out.
- Size 3.5mm (E 4) crochet hook
- Over 15 different colors of Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmireno
- Five rows of granny squares, using the join-as-you-go method
This is also a great project to use up yarn scraps. Pick complimenting threads or random colors and join, join, join until you have yourself an afghan. It becomes almost mindless work–great while watching episodes of Arrested Develpment or Mad Men or nothing. 🙂 Enjoy!
Felicity BrownApril 24, 2015
What is the best way to join the squares?