Crochet Center Burst Afghan Pattern

Crochet Center Burst Afghan Pattern

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Crochet Center Burst Afghan

Crochet Center Burst Afghan

Crochet Center Burst Afghan

Introducing my first afghan design using Bernat Velvet yarn. I know, this yarn just came out but I got my testing yarn back a couple of months ago to test try it. No better way to try it than to create a pattern with this yarn. Introducing the Crochet Center Burst Afghan.

Inspired by circular mandalas and overlays. I created this design to satisfy the desire of having colour play with bursting colour opportunities from the center of each square.

The blanket is 3 x 4 squares. It measures 44″ x 62″. You will need to buy more yarn if you wish to make it bigger. The pattern shows you the details.

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Crochet Center Burst Afghan Pattern

The tutorial below will take you through the process of making the square. The border is just to 2 easy rounds.

Tutorial

The afghan’s final border is the 1 round of the Extended Picot. You can see how that is done at the end of this video below.

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