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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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

17 thoughts on “Crochet Field of Dreams Afghan Pattern”

  1. Ann says:

    No blue button

  2. shahnaz says:

    Hi, I forgot say you I’m living in Iran, do you know where is Iran, Thank you

  3. shahnaz says:

    Hi, I like every article , every think is very very nice.

  4. Kim S says:

    Thank you for this fabulous pattern with a great tutorial video. I am very new to crochet, but am loving having the videos to learn from rather than just trying to decifier a written pattern (which I have found I can not do!). As a visual learner can I please make one request? Could you hold up the project (perhaps at the end of each row) so that I (we) can see if what I have done is the same as what you have done. Sometimes it’s a bit tricky to know if I have put the stitch where it was meant to go, but if I could see it I would know for sure!
    Other than that – thank you for what you do, I am definitely now a devoted follower!

    1. I will try to adjust in the future… The filming studio is a really tight spot… I have to lean over the camera for the shot and it’s really hard on the back.

  5. Emma says:

    This is amazing I have been looking for a motif granny sqaure for the past week when I found one it was not clearly instructed, your video is very clear it’s make it very easy I’ll be doing crochet this tomorrow night x very good clear instructions in a friendly manner to make a beautiful piece

  6. Wendy says:

    I love it, I am going to try it. You are an excellent teacher, Mikey. I am currently working on the colorburst afghan. It’s my first afghan ever. It’s really coming along thanks to your video tutorial. Somehow, crocheting by squares makes a large project more approachable.
    Thanks again.

  7. Robert Emberger says:

    love it going to do it

    1. I seen your sample on my Facebook. Looks great Robert!

  8. Betty Horne says:

    I love everything you do and would like a pattern for an easy, fast working afghan……How is that for a request? it’s for my girl friend as a gift. any ideas?
    Thanks,
    Betty

  9. Beth Anne DeRyckere says:

    l like to join at the end for l don’t get the joining as you go part very well. Right now l’m doing 3 Lego block afghans to fit twin size beds. 100 Lego blocks to an afghan.1 is fininshed so l could see how it would look. super cool!! l’m completing all of the squares (blocks) for the other 2 before l put them together. l am finding that making the last 50 blocks is getting to be very long. Can’t wait until they are all finished and l can finally put them all together and call them done. l know 3 little guys who will be very happy when l finally give them to their grandma to give them as gifts. Mikey Thank you for all you do for this group. l have turned so many people on to your site because it is so encouraging for all of us. Thank you again. Peace be with you

  10. l like to join at the end for l don’t get the joining as you go very well. Right now l’m doing 3 Lego block afghans to fit twin size beds. 100 Lego blocks to an afghan.1 is fininshed so l could see how it would look. l’m completing all of the squares (blocks) for the other 2 before l put them together. l am finding that making the last 50 blocks is getting very long. Can’t wait until they are all finished and l can finally put them all together and call them done. l know 3 little guys who will be very happy when l finally give them to their grandma to give them as gifts. Mikey Thank you for all you do for this group. l have turned so many people on to your site because it is so good and encouraging for all of us. Thank you again. Peace be with you

  11. Deann Hilgenbrinck says:

    This is soooo cute! I’m adding it to my list of projects that I want to do. I like this raised flower look too. Thanks Mikey for a great video!

  12. Beth Anne DeRyckere says:

    l like to join at the end for l don’t get the joining as you go very well. Right now l’m doing 3 Lego block afghans to fit twin size beds. 100 Lego blocks to an afghan.1 is fininshed so l could see how it would look. l’m completing all of the squares (blocks) for the other 2 before l put them together. l am finding that making the last 50 blocks is getting very long. Can’t wait until they are all finished and l can finally put them all together and call them done. l know 3 little guys who will be very happy when l finally give them to their grandma to give them as gifts. Mikey Thank you for all you do for this group. l have turned so many people on to your site because it is so good and encouraging for all of us. Thank you again. Peace be with you…

  13. Karin says:

    I love it, Mikey could you look for a Pattern for me it’s called the Cabbage Rose, I found a few patterns but it’s not the same, this rose was crochet with Treble Stitch etc.I made the Blanket when I was younger but I got frustrated and through it away, can you believe it and the pattern.Now that I’m old I wish I had the pattern, could kick myself in my bootie for being so stupid.Thank you so much for teaching me I still learn from you even now that I’m old :).

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