Crochet Woodland Afghan
The Crochet Woodland Afghan is a design by me. While it’s being presented as holiday-themed, it can be for any time of year. Its inspiration was the woods in the backyard of my home. Living in Nova Scotia, Canada, the forests are vast and are part of the fragrant air.
Why Octagons and Squares?
This was my first design since Red Heart brands joined in with Yarnspirations. My first major project when I was sponsored by Red Heart in 2013 was the Octagon and Square Blanket.
I thought about returning mentally back to where I started working with a major yarn company. My inspiration shape-wise was from the original. The original was missing the triangles on the edges which I remembered people wanting. So I took the lessons learned from this one.
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Comments on “Crochet Woodland Afghan Pattern + Tutorial”
Wow your star. I am so happy to see more man are doing head craft. Do you have shop at NS I am moving there soon from Vancouver
Thank you Mickey for this pattern. I have been looking for something I could make for men. All of my Afghanis I am giving as Christmas presents are in memory of my Mom. This pattern will work great.
Ohhh! Mikey, you have made a gorgeous design. Thank you for all you do for the art of crochet.
Hi from the uk!
I knit crochet and give my crafts to charities.
I was thinking that could be a great item for the annual Christmas basket giveaway.
The charities give us the wool that they receive from donations for free.
As a sort of beginner level “crocheter”, I can never know how much yarn i need for a piece. Right now I’m making a c2c blanket that i don’t know if im going to have enough wool. Is there any way to estimate it, more or less, please?
As well, as i said, we get the wool for free. I checked this pattern materials and i saw just how many units i need of each color(1 just saw 3 and i think there are 4,am i right?). Could you tell how many grams do i need to make this blankest, please?
Thanks in advance
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