Crochet Carousel Afghan Pattern

Crochet Carousel Afghan Pattern

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Crochet Carousel Afghan

Crochet Carousel Afghan

Crochet Carousel Afghan

I was looking for something and this afghan came across my phone and I am like “Where have you been all my life!” This Crochet Carousel Afghan is phenomenal.

This is the Crochet Carousel Afghan by Sue Pinner. This is presented as a free stitch along that was conducted in 2016. For those who need colour symmetry, Sue’s Ravelry has samples in other colours done. For myself, I love the look of this example as the circus reminds me of distressed colours through weathering and the endless travelling. I also love the colours that appear to have no organized order beyond the middle.

This hits my sweet spot like crazy. The pattern is available in several languages. I love it when the colour is somewhat unorganized.

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Crochet Carousel Afghan Pattern

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Like my Crochet Ornament Afghan. The gray is consistent but most of everything else is purely random but there was some organized madness to my method.

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