Holiday Striped Christmas Afghan Pattern

Crochet Holiday Stripes Throw
Crochet Holiday Stripes Throw
Crochet Holiday Stripes Throw

Crochet this Amazing Christmas Afghan

This afghan is deceptively amazing. WHY? The border in this afghan is what kicks this afghan over the top.

This striping effect Christmas themed afghan is easy to crochet and creates a unique look for the holidays.

Initially, I was thinking that the striping effect was nice when doing my sample but then I got to the border. I decided to change the colours of the border instructions and I came up with a jaw-dropping design. The fact is, I just changed the colours and nothing further. I was so surprised. The beauty of the border is being hidden within the red border of what is really happening with the stitch work.

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  1. Indraprakash Gupta

    Sorry to say. You forgot a chain in between the last 3 dc and the previous to it in the video of holiday throw

    • Mikey

      Thank you… I will review it. Michael

  2. Kim

    You are my number one website to turn to when my yarn addiction starts to take me over. Crochet is very therapeutic and something I look forward to after a long day at work. One can NEVER have enough yarn!

    I made a version of this Holiday Striped Throw for a special Christmas blanket for the holidays. The boarder is what sold me on this pattern of all the ones I had looked at before. It turned out so cute, but it did take me longer to finish than I first thought. On the upside I am super good and changing colors now. I would love to send you a picture of how it turned out.

    • Mikey

      I bet it turned out lovely! And no…. one can never have enough yarn! I concur.

  3. do you have a pattern for a reindeer my son wants me to make one stating thank you connie

  4. Elizabeth

    I was just wondering if there would be a big problen using an I or J hook to make this throw. It hurts my wrists just to think about using an F hook with super saver, and I like the look and feel of a looser gauge with red heart super saver anyway.

  5. Aida brown

    I really enjoy all the poatv, the patterns as well as stories, thank you!

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