Crochet Texture Panels Afghan
The Texture Panels Afghan is a fun crochet afghan pattern as it allows you to exercise some new stitching skills, while creating a masterpiece at the same time.
There is two different types of panels used in this afghan. First one is the Larksfoot Track Stitch. It’s easy to master and goes quick. A bit slower is the larger panel that does puff stitches.
As a third option, I changed the larger panel to a different stitch for you to consider. It’s not part of the pattern but you opt to use it if the puff stitching isn’t your cup of tea. Not everyone likes doing the puff stitches as it can slow you down. So we have done the 3 Together DC to substitute it out.
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Mike can you continue the video or add one on how to put the panels together?
The panels are put together using a whip stitching technique. I have to crochet the samples and more in order to show this in a new tutorial. Leave it with me. I have to do metric checking and find time to redo this.
Is there a diagram for the alternate panel?
I found it duh!
Bang On for sure!
I love the alternate panel you designed. Thank you so much for the video tutorials. They give me the courage to try patterns I would never try from just reading the instructions. I am a visual learner and some of the complicated patterns are just too much for me without the visual to follow along. Thanks again! I think you are awesome Mikey.
Thanks very much for this tutorial, Mikey. It is a bit faster than a lot of tutorials out there but still very clear I appreciate that as I am an intermediate crocheter in knowledge of stitches but I still really struggle with more complex patterns. This is a really nice afghan and I think I’ll be making this. Keep up the good work, Mikey. 🙂
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