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#CrochetBB Beans and Bobbles Chevron Afghan by Jeanne Steinhilber
#CrochetBB Beans and Bobbles Chevron Afghan by Jeanne Steinhilber

Crochet Beans & Bobbles Chevron Afghan

My favorite afghan will always be a chevron style, no matter what stitch is used. I grew up with a chevron afghan draped over the back of the sofa, so to me there is nothing more comforting.

This #CrochetBB is the first of a series of afghans that I will be presenting for you. I designed this to have no right or wrong side as the texture is seen and felt on both sides of the final project.

The bean stitch is a lovely stitch that reminds me of a woven basket.  Don’t let the word bobble scare you off this pattern as this uses the simplest form of a bobble stitch to achieve the nubby texture on either side of the blanket.

I have crocheted my blanket using 5 Caron Big Cakes in Cookie Crumble.

Click here for a printable pattern.

The second page is only photos of my final afghan, so if you prefer to save ink, just set your printer to only print page 1.

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