Crochet Rainbow Wave Afghan Pattern

Crochet Rainbow Waves Afghan

Rainbow Wave Afghan Pattern

Rainbow Wave Crochet Afghan Pattern
Rainbow Wave Afghan Crochet Pattern

This afghan is really stunning. You can decide to crochet using the back loops as it is suggesting or do the regular stitches. Each has a unique way of looking. If you review my video tutorial on the bottom, you can clearly see the difference between the two stitching techniques. Personally, I don’t think the back loops on this project is tough at all and looks far better.

Honestly speaking, this afghan takes a bit of getting started to count the stitches. You may think you are screwing up as it takes 2 rows to be done before it starts looking like the pattern. So stick with it and you will be happy.

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For this pattern, I have not been able to figure out the multiple counts to make different width sizes.

Yarnspirations
Rainbow Waves Afghan

Tutorial

©2013 The Crochet Crowd, Michael Sellick

6 Comments

  1. Delores Lacorne

    What size needle n yarn ?

    • The pattern calls for Red Heart Super Saver which is a worsted weight yarn (#4) and calls for a 5mm/H hook.

  2. DJ

    Hi Mikey, DJ here again, wanted to say that when I did my (Bargello), my chain was 149 (multiples of 12 + 4) took me 3 tries at getting it to end right before I finally figured it out. Regards

  3. DJ

    Hello Mikey,
    I made this bargello pattern years ago and when I tried recently to make one in Christmas colors because I through it would be pretty, I got so lost and after about 20 rows, I through I had made a mistake and had to start over. You are so right about knowing where your stitches are. I almost gave up but I have crocheted for over 50 years and could not let this pattern defeat me. Your instructions were very good and I just wanted to thank you for giving me the COURAGE to try again.

  4. Joan

    How do I find the pattern for this Rainbow wave afghan?

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