Crochet Frosted Tips Afghan Pattern

Crochet Frosted Tips Afghan Pattern

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Crochet Frosted Tips Afghan

Crochet Frosted Tips Afghan

Crochet Frosted Tips Afghan

Crochet this really neat From The Middle Concept Afghan called the Crochet Frosted Tips Afghan.

The afghan has strategic surface overlays as demonstrated in the tutorial below. The surface overlay really gives a clear indication of how the stitchwork is working around the square afghan. Using Bernat Blanket, you will find this will work up quickly. I stopped at 48″ square but you can go as big or as little as you need.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Frosted Tips Afghan

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I know people are going to ask me if I have figured out this stitch to be square. I’ve not been about to do that. The afghan is using 10 mm, N Hook. 4 Balls of Bernat Blanket Silver Steel and 2 Balls of Bernat Blanket Vintage White.

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12 thoughts on “Crochet Frosted Tips Afghan Pattern”

  1. Nicole says:

    No Blue Button

  2. Sue McVicker says:

    No Blue Button

  3. Reneau Noel says:

    I love this pattern, but was unable to find “blanket” yarn in the colors requested, so used 2 strands of worsted to craft. And the blanket is very much like a Weighted Blanket, at 52″ square, it weighs in around 5 pounds! Red and blue with white frosting. More Cubs colors than American Flag, and it is stunning! I wonder if there is a way to send a picture? Yet again, Mikey, you have given me a wonderful pattern, and made me smile! Thank you.

  4. Bridget Barelka says:

    Love the afghan, but hate that it’s square; I use more rectangular ones. So all I did was make 2 original squares, slip stitched together, and then continued in the pattern all the way around. Easy to follow the frosting details, as well. Will finish & post closer to Christmas…

    1. I’m really sorry. I should have been more sensitive to design one for rectangle and square. For this concept. I’m unsure on how to make it rectangle in one piece. I apologize for the inconvenience.

  5. Robin Toney says:

    Hi , I have started the Frosted Tips afghan and noticed a couple small mistakes in Rows 9 and 10. An experienced crocheter would pick right up on them, but a novice may not. In the 9th round , it says, on the 3rd line, to work into the dc when it should say sc. In the 10th rnd, in the 2nd line, it says dc in the in the 4th dc, when it should say sc in the 4th dc. So far I’m loving the afghan, so different !! Robin

    1. Thanks. I will review your suggestions and change the PDF. Thanks.

  6. Cheryl says:

    Liked the pattern, however could not locate the tutorial. Could you please tell me where to look. Thank you. Have done some patterns from your tutorials and they have been very helpful, keep up the good work.

    1. christy says:

      Cheryl, click at the top where it says “GET PATTERN” to the right of the photo at the top of the post

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