Crochet Broadway Afghan Pattern

Crochet Broadway Afghan Pattern

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Crochet Broadway Afghan

Crochet Broadway Afghan

Crochet Broadway Afghan

The Crochet Broadway Afghan was designed for the Summer 2019 Crochet Cruises. It’s a charity square that crocheters will be working on during the cruise.

The solid granny squares are considered a 4 tone granny square. Why four tones but you only see two tones? There are 2 strands of light gray and 2 strands of dark gray. If you would have changed all strands to be different, there would be 4 tones of colour.

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The gray section is a reflective mirror thought. Like broadway mirrors. With the tones of the colouring, the afghan has a unique look.

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Crochet Broadway Afghan

Crochet Broadway Afghan

Crochet Broadway Afghan

Tutorial

The tutorial shows you how to make the squares. The border instructions are on the downloadable pdf.

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