Crochet Neutral Afghan Pattern

Crochet Neutral Afghan Pattern

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Neutral Texture Crochet Afghan Pattern

Neutral Texture Crochet Afghan Pattern

Crochet Afghan Pattern

This is a super easy afghan using neutral Bernat Chunky Yarn colours. Don’t be like me and accidentally confuse this yarn with the Bernat Softee Chunky Yarn. It’s not the same yarn. Bernat Chunky is a 400-gram large ball. I have provided those details in the Yarn Details button.

As promised, this is is a quick and easy project. It’s using chunky yarn and a 10 mm or N size crochet hook. It’s going to go super quick.

For those that would like this is the same afghan in different sizes, the multiple is 10 sts + 6. I explain that in the video tutorial as well. To help you even further, I did a crude crochet diagram of the main body of the stitchwork to show you how it’s done. Remember in crochet diagrams, the dot means slip stitch.

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Neutral Texture Crochet Afghan Pattern

Crochet Diagram: Texture Afghan. Click the pic to download the PDF or save the Diagram to your own system.

Crochet Diagram: Texture Afghan

Crochet Diagram: Texture Afghan. Click the PIC to download the PDF to print or save on your computer.

Video Tutorial Below

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