Category Archives: Afghans
I made this corner to corner afghan for my Mario-obsessed nephew. He recently turned four and loves Mario so much, he dresses up as him – red hat, moustache and all! A corner to corner afghan has been on my
I came across the wheat stitch over a year ago. You know, one of those images that pop up on Google image search with no descriptive clue as to what the image is or where it came from so you accept that you’ll never
Chevron blanket for baby Emily. Details: 6mm hook; 8 ply wool; 1 ball (100g) of white & orange, plus a bit over 1 ball of bright yellow; 9 peaks across; 7 rows of each colour; 8 sc on each side
A chevron afghan I made for my nephew’s first birthday. My sister wanted it in a neutral colour so that it can potentially be used for her second child too. The chevron pattern is so easy to crochet. This afghan
The quest to make my sister an afghan for her birthday has come to an end. After trying out the lark’s foot and Catherine’s wheel stitch to no success, I decided to go for something a lot simpler. There’s many online
I finished this afghan last month. It’s for my friend who has just become an aunt. To make the afghan, all the squares are crocheted first then laid out and connected together using a technique called the flat braid join.