Crochet Cabin in the Woods Afghan Pattern

Crochet Cabin in the Woods Afghan Pattern

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Crochet Cabin in the Woods Afghan

Crochet Cabin in the Woods Blue Afghan

Crochet Cabin in the Woods Blue Afghan

Introducing the Cabin in the Woods Crochet Afghan. This majestic wave, chevron or ripple afghan is really neat and full of interesting texture and stitchwork. This was called the same pattern a few years ago but the designers at Yarnspirations have re-coloured the afghan to match today’s colour trends. It’s a classic design. Each multiple measures approximately 6″ in width. The stitch multiple is 32+2.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern: Cabin in the Woods Afghan

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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Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

22 thoughts on “Crochet Cabin in the Woods Afghan Pattern”

  1. Sophie says:

    Do you have any advice on how many rows of each colour to do to achieve a similar result of the photo?

    1. Mikey says:

      I don’t understand. I think the pattern has that? no?

  2. Pooja Sabaji says:

    What type of border can we add for this blanket? My edges I feel aren’t smooth

    1. Mikey says:

      You could do a hdc or sc border if you wish. Then add more to that once you go around the edges.

  3. Diane says:

    O offense something about the zig zag works against my brain.

  4. Cat says:

    I am confused can you tell me why you are doing 12 DC for the Set-up Row? the pattern calls for an initial 12 but after you skip the first 4 stitches it goes to 14 DC.

    TIA
    Cat

    1. Mikey says:

      Geez… you are right. I am taking down the tutorials now. I messed up. It should have been 14 on the ups and downs across. Thanks for calling this to my attention. I am removing down the videos. now.

      1. Cat von Hassel-Davies says:

        Oh WOW!! I didn’t expect that you would take the video down. I hope you are redoing and it will be back.

        Hugs!
        Cat

  5. vilma whitehead says:

    Mikey, it was such a great tutorial I know now I will be able to crochet this beautiful afghan thank you so much for a very well explained work.

    1. Mikey says:

      You are most welcome.

  6. Margaret says:

    Can this be made using cakes?

    1. Marina King says:

      you certainly could. you have 2 options when using cakes, just use it as it goes (usually the method I go with) which means the end of the colour will end where it ends, and that can sometimes be in the middle of a row. or you control it, meaning if you see that the colour won’t make it the full row, you can cut take out the rest of that row and join the new colour.

  7. Jen says:

    I’m still a beginner and making an afghan for a wedding gift. I like this pattern but I think chevron might be a little too advanced for me. Can you recommend a similar pattern but straight instead of chevron? I really want to incorporate the puff stitch every few rows I like the look. I love your tutorials you do a great job explaining everything.

    1. Marina King says:

      Mikey has videos on YouTube of the Chevron that might help you through where you’re stuck. I find sometimes putting stitch markers where my peeks and valleys of the chevron somethings help in the beginning to show where I should be increasing and decreasing.

  8. patricia rice says:

    Do you have any videos on how to do a 3D square blanket?

    1. Mikey says:

      Yes, we have the Crochet Star Throw. If you look at the chart of the blanket, you can see you just have to change the colours and instantly have 3D blocks. You can find it here. https://thecrochetcrowd.com/6-star-power-crochet-projects/

  9. Karen Kilpatrick says:

    I swear once I get proficient at crocheting I’m going to make tutorials for left-handed needleworkers.

  10. Carrie A Zech says:

    Do you have a very easy double crochet Chevron stitch blanket tutorial

      1. MaryAnn says:

        I clicked on your link and it says it is private

      2. Marina King says:

        you clicked on the blue button? I just did a check on my end and it takes me to the Yarnspiration page where you get the pattern.

  11. Cassandra Smith says:

    Hello, I don’t know if it’s just my phone but it keeps saying error and won’t play once it gets up to you showing the sample. I’ve tried it a few times and refreshed the page. Not sure what’s happening.

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