Crochet Blue Lagoon Afghan Pattern

Crochet Blue Lagoon Afghan
Blue Lagoon Afghan
Blue Lagoon Afghan

Learn the Blue Lagoon

Want to know how to make a Blue Lagoon Afghan? Let me show you.

Okay, I admit it… It doesn’t look like a blue lagoon or even remotely close to it. Let’s just say, Diva Dan ‘diva-tized’ it a bit with some great colours from Bernat Super Value Yarn.

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Our assistant, Colleen, crocheted this up in about a week and did a remarkable job of matching the colours. She ventured on her own with the variegated into the pattern and by golly, she had a winner! We are really proud of her.

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Blue Lagoon Afghan
Blue Lagoon Afghan

When you look closely at the square, appears like a gear to me. You could also see it as a flower or maybe even a kaleidoscope idea. Either way you see it, it’s really nice!

The stitches once you get beyond a certain round begins to transform to create the look. What Colleen realized was to keep some of the colours, especially the accents, to an area of the square that matters the most. Again, you’re the artist… come up with something you most prefer.

Want the pattern? It’s called the Blue Lagoon Throw. When you see the original on Yarnspirations you will hardly believe it’s the same thing… trust me… it is…

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  1. I found two perfect borders in the Around the Corner book. border 25 and 88….so glad i bought the book 10 bucks on itunes.

  2. Ginette

    I have completed the squares and am getting ready to join them. Can someone suggest a border? Thanks a bunch!

  3. Marilyn Puopolo

    I always have a hard time putting colors together. Can I ask what colors you used?

  4. Felicitaciones todos los trabajos son una obra de arte, espero aprender… exitos de Bogotà / Colombia

  5. Lori

    I am like you, I often get crosseyed trying to read those written patterns. I often get a highlighter and mark off the rows as I go! It does take a little extra time to do it, but it helps when you don’t have a diagram. Hope it helps! Happy crocheting!

  6. kim

    awesome afghan wheres the border instructions ? ty

  7. Scarlett

    Love this pattern. It is exactly the pattern ~ right number of ‘different’ rows etc. ~ for me to do something I’ve wanted to do for quite awhile. This is definitely a fun granny to make. Easy without being boring. 🙂

  8. zianya guadalupe

    Su pagina solo es en ingles? Estaria genial para mi en español, grcs excelente dia!

  9. Milla

    No drawn pattern? I just can’t crochet with the text…

  10. Leslie

    Mimi, Mikey pulled the videos temporally to edit out a blooper.

  11. what a beautiful blanket. both videos are marked private for me as well. I can’t wait to see the photos of those that attempt making this. I need to bookmark it for after the CAL. 🙂

  12. Mimi Smolevitz

    The videos are marked private and unavailable. Could you please correct the setting so that we can see this fabulous afghan in progress??? Thanks so much!!!!

  13. Love all of the articles from Mikey and Diva Dan. I loved the ones where they get a little racy about their yarn balls, LMAO!!! They are a stitch (take your choice of which one!!!) These happy guys make me laugh!

  14. I can’t view unless I sign in. I don’t remember having to register to view videos. I don’t even see a place on my kindle to register or sign in.

    • The videos were pulled down yesterday due to an error in the videos. They are being re-uploaded this morning. Sorry for the inconvenience.

      • Rickie Ann Hackett

        Does any one know this pattern Lagoon Squares Afghan pattern . Is made up of two colors yarns and l think the st is sc and dc in one ch each or both in one ch?please help! Thank you !

      • Mikey

        I just put the big blue button up for where the pattern is. The yarn is listed on it.

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