Crochet Happy Holidays Afghan Pattern

Crochet Happy Holidays Afghan Pattern

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Happy Holidays Crochet Afghan

Happy Holidays Crochet Afghan

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.

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Happy Holidays Crochet Afghan Pattern

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