Happy Holidays Afghan
Check out this free pattern called the Happy Holidays Crochet Afghan. I was drawn to this afghan because I thought the white section of the squares reminded me of quaint doilies. To my surprise, the squares are not complicated at all.
To be truthful to my fans, I would do this afghan but omit the tassels but that is really a personal preference for myself. The squares are really nice on their own.
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The afghan is done with diagonal attaching but you can decide to do it more traditional. You would need fewer squares for the traditional attaching method as well.
I substituted my yarn for Caron Simply Soft Party Yarn instead. I really like the sparkle of the Caron Simply Soft Party and it’s a premium acrylic yarn. It’s delish!
To substitute, you will need 9 balls for the green you see in the photo and 6 balls for white you see to match the afghan instructions.
Comments on “Crochet Happy Holidays Afghan Pattern + Tutorial”
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Im looking for the written pattern for Happy Holiday afghan. I need to know how many squares to make please, thanks
I updated the article. The PINK BUTTON is now active to get the pattern. The pattern stated 83.
I love the new pattern. It will be a favorite for this fall!
Great pattern and a definite one for this upcoming holiday season…however, I would prefer a written pattern…is one available? I take my crochet with me to work and do not have internet access when at work to follow the tutorial so a written pattern is much better for me…Sure would love to make this pattern!!! Thanks Mikey and crew!!!
Yes, there is a link in the article for the free pattern. 😀
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Well Done Mikey! Another success. Perfect timing on this one as it will take me to the holidays to finish it. Keep up the good work!
Loved the tutorial and loved the yarn substitution. this is definitely my new project. Many thanks Mikey!
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I have learnt lots from Your site,love looking at all your wonderful crochet design.i live in Australia and look forward to seeing your lovely work regards,
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