Baby Wallpaper Afghan Pattern

Baby Wallpaper Afghan Pattern

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Baby Wallpaper Afghan

Baby Wallpaper Afghan

Baby Wallpaper Afghan

This baby wallpaper afghan is inspired by Yarnspirations.

The rows with the variegated yarn peeking out is actually two layers… The variegated is crocheted into place and the white layer is crocheted over top of it revealing the peek a boo spots of the variegated popping out. Reminds me of a lot of baby wallpaper for a nursery.

In my example, I have used Bernat Satin snow combined with sweet pea.

I have provided an instructional tutorial in both right and left handed versions to illustrate how to do this easy stitch. The trick is to watch the edges of the afghan.

This project is in multiples of 6… you keep chaining in 6 until you get to your desired length and then chain 11. This will allow the pattern to stay in balance on both sides for the edges. I have provided my rough diagram that I made for myself for this stitch.

Baby Wallpaper Afghan Crochet Diagram

You are more than welcome to print this diagram for your own notes.

Crochet Wallpaper Afghan

Diagram to Illustrate Stitches.

 

Crochet Tutorial (Right and Left)

Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

23 thoughts on “Baby Wallpaper Afghan Pattern”

  1. Jean Merritt says:

    Hello,
    I work better from printed patterns. Videos cannot be taken with me in my tote. So many are asking for a printed pattern. Could you supply one please?

    1. Marina King says:

      There isn’t a written pattern, you can print the diagram that he has in the blog though.

  2. Lynn says:

    There’s no sound in either the left nor right hand videos??

    1. Sound is working for me. I’m unable to duplicate your issue to fix it. I’m sorry.

  3. Dot says:

    The pattern is very pretty and I am trying it, but like one of the previous posters, am having a difficult time at the beginning and ends of the rows. I’m kind of winging it to be honest. Going a little slower in those particular sections and showing the details better would be an immense help. The diagram makes no sense to me sorry!

  4. Ann Plummer says:

    I also can not follow a diagram. Please print out the directions.

    1. Paula A. says:

      It’s a pretty design, but I wouldn’t try it without a written pattern.

    2. Laura Donovan says:

      I like this pattern and am watching the video repeatedly to catch how you start each row and finish each row. I cannot read your graph and have tried to write out what you say in the traditional format of crochet patterns. I am still flummoxed! Is it possible for you to focus on those two aspects of this terrific pattern, or send me the details via email?

  5. Tonya says:

    Mikey my question is why not just do a shell in the contrast color instead of all the burying and I hope you write out directions as I don’t have the strength to learn charts as they frustrate me

    1. Cathrin says:

      Yes I agree. I don’t like diagrams, they become a big fuzz to my eyes. At least you can cover up a line or high lite where you need to be!!!!!!

  6. L.K. Weaver says:

    The diagram is great !! However, would like to have a copy of the written pattern as well, as I use both of them together. Makes things much easier for me.

    Thanks for the videos.

  7. Judy Crary says:

    Mikey, Is there a written Pattern Please. Love the looks of the design. Thank you,

    1. Georgia says:

      Is there a written pattern for this I really love it and want to make it

  8. Debbie Denkins says:

    Hi Mikey I love your videos I have learned so much πŸ™‚ is there written instructions? Thanks πŸ™‚ I am slowly but surely learning how to read diagrams πŸ™‚

    1. Debbie Denkins says:

      Also how many skeins of yarn should I order for like a kids blanket? πŸ™‚

  9. Jennie Van Stavern says:

    AB FAB!!!!!

  10. mikie I like it want to make a hat start at top or rim for cancer pats love your work you have tot me a lot bless you connie

  11. Elaine says:

    I love this!! I make lap blankets for our nursing home, and I think this would be a good pattern to do with maybe white and red for the women and a burgundy with white for the men. I just need to figure out a border to go around it to cover up the edge. I am not good at boarders. You made it so easy with the way you teach. Love the chart! You rock as always!

  12. Marsha L. Ensminger says:

    I don’t see a link to an actual pattern anywhere.

  13. Burna Schroader says:

    Wish you would include printed instructions as I am still not comfortable with charts. Sixty year habits are hard to change.

  14. I’m a lefty. I love that you show us both ways. THANK YOU SO MUCH! Learning a lot from your tutorials.

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