Crochet Cabin in the Woods Vintage Afghan Pattern

Crochet Cabin in the Woods Vintage Afghan Pattern

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Crochet Cabin in the Woods Afghan

Crochet Cabin in the Woods Vintage Pattern

Crochet Cabin in the Woods Vintage Pattern

Introducing the original Cabin in the Woods Crochet Afghan. This majestic wave, chevron or ripple afghan is really neat and full of interesting texture and stitchwork.

This is a vintage pattern, so the colours shown have been discontinued. However, it’s still a fabulous colour and you can most likely choose similar colours in your yarn collections.

The pattern consists of 5 repeating rows. Though you see the afghan with the ripples having different widths of bands going across, the 5 repeating rows are honoured and you change colour as it suggests in the pattern or you’re going out on your own creativity to make it unique to you.

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In the tutorial provided below, I will walk you through the crochet diagram as well as show you how to customize the afghan to your own needs. It’s not as complex if you break it down step by step. I showed you tricks for keeping accurate counts too.

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