Crochet Stitch Stop and Roll Blanket
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Stitch, Stop & Roll Crochet Afghan Pattern
Stitch, Stop & Roll Crochet Afghan Pattern

Stitch, Stop & Roll Afghan

Learn how to do my Stitch Stop & Roll Crochet Afghan. It’s vibrant and filled with textures and techniques to enhance a crocheter’s skills while making an incredible afghan at the same time.

The name comes from the fact of the raised roll that appears that is three dimensional. So you have stitch, then stop, roll and proceed.

The colours of this afghan were decided by Diva Dan. He has a gifted touch for mixing colour palettes. For me, my favourite design is the Boldy Urban, for Div Dan he likes the Refreshing Soda version. We expect crocheters will change up the colour even more giving this project a completely different look.

The pattern is free and there are 5 pre-assembled kits if you would like to match the colours precisely to one of the 5 designs. You can also look at the free pattern and decide your own colour palette too.


78 Color Combinations with Red Heart Super Saver

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4 thoughts on “Stitch, Stop & Roll Crochet Afghan + Tutorial

  1. I am loving this pattern Mikey, It is amazing! I’m using the calm ocean breeze kit and making it for my 14 yr old Granddaughter. Thank you for another great tutorial!

  2. You forgot to show how to do the side edge of the half motif?! But, then in your how to join them you use a full and half motif and the half motif does not have an edge. So are we suppose to put an edge on the half motif? Oh, and FYI on the pattern printed from Yarnspirations row 15 on both the half and full motif has written on 3 sc in the corner instead of the 5 you say in your video.

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