Crochet From the Middle Afghan Pattern

Crochet From the Middle Afghan Pattern

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Crochet From The Middle Afghan

Crochet From The Middle Afghan

From The Middle Afghan

A new pattern featuring Caron Chunky Cakes. Introducing the From The Middle Afghan. The yarn is doing the work here with an easy to follow the pattern.

Once you get started, the rounds are very easy to maintain. One round is the setup round for the following set of 7 dc shells that are needed.

To complete this afghan, that is 58″ square. It uses 6 balls of the colour called Plum Pudding. Using an 8 mm or L Crochet Hook.

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Free Pattern: From the Middle Afghan

The pattern is Available At: From The Middle Afghan

You can use this concept for any other Caron Cakes or other yarn, just ensure the hook compliments the thickness of yarn and it will be good to go!

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33 thoughts on “Crochet From the Middle Afghan Pattern”

    1. Mikey says:

      Thank you. I will fix that now. Michael

  1. Cheryl Gantz says:

    I am currently working on this wonderful pattern. Should be a good size lap Afghan when I’m done. Love it! Thank you

  2. Debra Welsh says:

    I love this pattern but I don’t have enough money to buy the yarn your using, so is it ok to use a different yarn and thinner ply too??

    1. Marina King says:

      you certainly can use whichever yarn you like, I’d recommend sticking close to the same weight in whatever yarn you would like to go with. otherwise, the blanket is likely to end up smaller after adjusting your hook size.

  3. Hayley De ward says:

    I’m trying to create a blanket with your pattern is it ok to use Double knit wool?
    As I’m doing it my outside edge is curling so it looks like a lace edge is that ok? x

    1. Marina King says:

      You certainly can, just a key thing to remember when changing yarn for any project, is to adjust your hook size accordingly. If you are a tight crocheter you may have to go up a hook size or two. Is that the look you are trying to get? sometimes rippling happens when there are too many stitches. If you are happy with it, try blocking and enjoy!

  4. Nanci Rose says:

    Is there a video to make a rectangle rather than a square?

    1. Mikey says:

      No there isn’t. I’m sorry.

      1. Donna says:

        How Do I continue baby blanket followers your video but to continue to make bigger. Can’t find written instructions

      2. Mikey says:

        The pattern was linked but you probably missed it. I have just added a big blue button to show you where to click. 🙂 Thanks for calling this to my attention to review. 😉 Michael

  5. Melissa Short says:

    Is there a way to adapt the pattern to a rectangle?

  6. skdietsch says:

    Please create and post a video for a rectangle of this patter ? please, please, please?!?!?! ❤️

  7. Susan B. says:

    Love the look of this pattern! Hoping you can provide more instruction on making this rectangular rather than square. This won’t neatly fit a child’s single/twin size bed.

  8. Christa says:

    How much of the regular caron cakes yarn would I need to make this blanket since its worsted weight not super bulky?

  9. Yvonne Merriam says:

    Maybe I’m

    1. Yvonne Merriam says:

      Maybe I’m too new at this, but continuing this by the video directions has just given me an unworkably ruffled huge round “doilie” instead of the more rectangular afghan shown. Locking at the written instructions, it appears there are key steps not demonstrated in the video. Hate to think I have to pull out 2 balls of yarn and start from scratch using the written instructons now.

  10. Lorraine says:

    If you want to make a rectangle like in the picture, how do you switch to just making it longer when you’ve reached the width you want? Thanks!

  11. Tiffany says:

    I’ve finished with one skein so far, and I’m loving the pattern. I can’t seem to find it on Ravelry though? Is it not there or am I missing something? lol! Thank you for the video tutorial, I was lost until I watched it 🙂

  12. Akke says:

    Please, please, please provide a written pattern…..

    1. Click on the pink “Get Pattern” button to see the written instructions.

  13. Maria says:

    Love the pattern. I can’t wait to see it once it’s finished…

  14. Margie says:

    I found the pattern but I’m confused with the first step after chaining 4 – it looks like something is missing

  15. chesterfieldzoo says:

    I switched it up by starting with 12 dc, sets of 5 for shells in Rd 2. Rd 3 looks like your Rd 5. Rd 4 I slip stitched in first gap, starting my row with the corner sc so I ended with the last shell thus eliminating the need to slip stitch across for Rd 5. My afghan is a rectangle.

    1. Jimmye Dorman says:

      If you watch the video it shows the beginning step.
      In 4th chain from hook (the first one you made) make double crochet, chain 1, double crochet, chain 1 for a total of 7 times. Join with a slip stitc to the 3rd chain of beginning chain 4.

    2. skdietsch says:

      Can I get more detail on the alteration beginning? Following as-is gives me a rippled circle. Too many she’ll stiches of 5 dc each?

  16. Patti says:

    Can you use bernat blanket yarn with this pattern and what hook would be best to use?

    1. I use 9mm with bernat blanket. I’m thinking of doing the same for this in grey black and white.

  17. barbara says:

    i have been unable to find how to down load pattern

    1. The written pattern isn’t available yet – sorry for the confusion

      1. Lynda says:

        When will the pattern be available? Will it be only at Michaels?

  18. Leah says:

    You said plum pudding for the color yarn. I looked the color I found was called plum perfect. The plum pudding is in the Caron Big cakes. Just thought I’d let you know. 🙂

    1. Shirley says:

      The Plum Pudding color is in the Caron Chunky Cakes also. I just ordered it yesterday from Michaels.

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