Crochet Granny Rectangle Afghan Pattern

Crochet Granny Rectangle Afghan Pattern

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Rectangle Granny Afghan

Rectangle Granny Afghan

Rectangle Granny Afghan

Crochet your own Granny Rectangle Afghan. If you love Granny Square Afghans as one big solid granny square, you may just love this rectangle version. Once you get this going, going around the rectangle is identical to going around a large granny square.

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Based on the free pattern provided, the afghan will measure approximately 60″ wide by 77″ long. The rectangle version allows you to crochet so you have a nice afghan to snuggle up with watching TV. You can sprawl out and not worry about your feet dangling out the bottom end typically seen with square afghans.

The version in the photograph is by our assistant, Laura Jean Bartholomew. She’s an everyday crocheter, just like us.

Let me show you how to get started. The colour choices are endless and you can change colours as often or as little as you wish. You are the artist.

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