Crochet Soft Neutrals Cable Afghan Pattern

Crochet Patons Soft Neutrals Afghan
Crochet Patons Soft Neutrals Afghan
Crochet Patons Soft Neutrals Afghan

Crochet Soft Neutrals Cables Afghan

There is a mix of two panels that make up this Crochet Soft Neutrals Cable Afghan. It’s a visually appealing afghan with a bit of challenging concepts for the crocheter to master. It’s considered an intermediate level which gives me a lot of hope.

One panel has the double cabling braid while the other panel latticework that looks so inviting. I feel this afghan is heirloom-worthy.

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Crochet Patons Soft Neutrals Afghan Pattern

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You will need it for a new sew version if you choose to go that route as well. You can download it here as well.

 

Crochet Soft Neutrals Cable Afghan
Crochet Soft Neutrals Cable Afghan. Click the picture to go to where you can download.

Example by a Fellow Crocheter, Lynda Askew

Cable Neutral Afghan by Lynda Askew
Cable Neutral Afghan by Lynda Askew

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No Sew Textures Panel Preview
No-Sew Textures Panel Preview

No-Sew Option to Avoid Doing Panels

For those who want to do all panels at the same time in a graphghan format, I have worked out the math and steps to do it. I have also included PDFs of the diagrams I used on the video. Instead of doing the panels separately from each other. Use the diagrams as if the pattern continues onward.

Worksheet For Making It One Complete Afghan

You may click the worksheet to download a copy for yourself.

Crochet Soft Neutrals Converting Panels into One Mega Afghan
Crochet Soft Neutrals Converting Panels into One Mega Afghan. Click the worksheet to download.
Crochet Diagrams

Panel A diagram. It’s my rough notes to teach the pattern. You can click here to get this diagram to save or print. This is the lattice section of the afghan.

Crochet Panel A of Textures Afghan
Crochet Panel A of Textures Afghan

Panel B Diagram. This is the cables section of this afghan. You can click here to download this diagram.

Crochet Panel B Texture Diagram
Crochet Panel B Texture Diagram. Click this picture to download.

Tutorial

No-Sew Version Tutorial

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12 Comments

  1. Molly C.

    Hi Mikey, I have this original pattern in the book/booklet from 2002. It was 1 of 2 of my first crochet booklets (whatever they’re called). I’m making this afghan for my father-in-law and I truly appreciate finding your tutorial on it. Thanks for choosing to do this pattern. I feel so lucky to have found it. I only searched for Crochet Crowd & the name of the afghan. 🙂

    • Mikey

      That’s awesome… Glad you could find it. 🙂 Love to see it when you are done. 🙂 Michael

      • Molly C.

        I’ll be sure to share with you. I’m trying the pattern on some size 4 acrylic before I move on to wool for the final. It feels so satisfying to finally use these patterns that I couldn’t even read when I first started out. They were lofty goals.

    • Sue R.

      Hi Mickey,
      I love your tutorial videos they are easy to follow you do a great job. Thank you so much. I’m working on this Afghan and can’t find your pattern for the border. Could you let me know where I would be able to find it please. Thank you again.

      Sue

    • Sue R.

      Hi Mickey,
      I love your tutorial videos they are easy to follow you do a great job. Thank you so much. I’m working on this Afghan and can’t find your pattern for the border. Could you let me know where I would be able to find it please. Thank you again.

      Sue

      • There is not a full border, just an edging at the end of the pattern.

  2. michelle p

    Crochet Neutral Cable Heirloom Afghan. how do you get 23 on the foundation row if you start with 25 skip the first 3 stitches? I come up with 22

  3. Marion acquavella

    I would love to make a few baby blankets with the shell stitch, but I do not remember how to make the shell anymore, can you show how to do it & also how to turn the corners? Thankyou

  4. Marie Crowe

    Glad to be able to sign up! I have been following you for a while and have done some of your patterns. Thank you for the inspiration and the great patterns!

  5. Robin Smith

    Mikey please do a tutorial on this one!! Just reading the instructions is causing a panic attack!! That’s a lot of yarn overs…I learn so much better by seeing than reading!!

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