Crochet Radiant Afghan Pattern

Crochet Radiant Afghan Pattern

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Crochet Granny with Radiant Stripes Pattern

Crochet Granny with Radiant Stripes Pattern

Granny with Radiant Stripes Afghan

The Granny with Radiant Stripes Afghan is pretty straight forward of doing 1 granny square and then having a chevron ripple extending from two sides of the granny going in one direction. The other two sides have the chevron ripple going in the other direction.

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The granny square is pretty straight forward without an interesting complex look but when you break it down, it’s not so hard. The chevron ripples extending are a combination of single crochet rows and double crochet rows. It gives it an interesting look.

The panels are done in stripes with a side edging to each strip applied for an interesting and easy to do project.


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