Crochet Field of Dreams Afghan Pattern

Crochet Field of Dreams Afghan Pattern

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Field of Dreams Afghan

Crochet Pattern and Video Tutorial for a Field of Dreams Afghan

Field of Dreams Raised Granny Squares

This gorgeous raised flower is part of the Field of Dreams afghan. It’s large flowers make for incredible statements leaving endless opportunities for exploration of colours.

There is a strong demand for granny squares like this as it’s a bit traditional but many people love to play with the idea of freshening up the colours with modern and trending colours of today. Don’t be scared to try different combinations.

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Field of Dreams Afghan Pattern

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Using a Size H or 5mm Hook with Red Heart Super Saver or Red Heart With Love, you can create these wonderful squares.

Tip

The first square will take you the longest to do the figuring out. Once you get one done, the others fall in line easier as you get the pattern and where the stitches need to go. Just give it a chance.

If you would like to explore this pattern, it is called Field of Dreams. Give it a try!

As always here on The Crochet Crowd, I welcome your feedback. What did you think of this pattern? Is this new to you… would you like to see more like this? Leave me a comment below for me to find.

Video Tutorial

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