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.
Comments on “Crochet Radiant Afghan Pattern + Tutorial”
I cannot find the pattern
I updated the link to a big blue button for you as you are probably reading past the link. Hopefully, this helps you.
Have you a video on how to join the radiant stripes
Since I seen this pattern I feel in love with it but I was having a hard time doing it, but you are a life safer. THANK YOU MIKEY, LOVE YOU
Want to this but how do u do the other side? Please
I can’t wait to start this! Has the correction been made in the written pattern?
I think the only correction was to chain 7 and not 5 so we could just write that in when we print off the pattern. I can’t wait to get yarn for this pattern!! Have fun!!
I just love how you just mix up colors as you do your tutorials for your CC folks! I sometimes take forever to match just 2 or 3 colors together. I love Dan’s cards, they have helped me A LOT!! Thanks for all the hard work you do!! Just wondering though, why you didn’t wave bye in this video:)
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