[Free Pattern] Super Quick To Stitch And A Great Stash-Buster

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Many crochet stitches are beautiful but this one is really special. Interesting and elegant, this pattern can be used to create a baby blanket or a large afghan with ease. Add a new crochet stitch to your repertoire with this Vibrant V Square by Danyel Pink. This is the perfect pattern to use to crochet a snuggle-worthy afghan.

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This lovely, openwork afghan square is super quick to stitch, and is a great stash-buster project. Change colors every 2 rows to create a lovely, colorful afghan.

The instructions are for a 12” square, but you can make ANY size square. You could even repeat the pattern endlessly to create a large afghan!

Vibrant V Square by Danyel Pink

Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Danyel Pink Designs

Thanks to Danyel Pink for the article inspiration and featured image.

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33 Comments to [Free Pattern] Super Quick To Stitch And A Great Stash-Buster

  1. I would love to have this pattern but I don’t know how to get it. I am still able to use my right hand and hold few things with my left. When your Uncle Herb and I were first married, I knitted and crochet several sweaters for him. Never did get my dress finished. Lol

    • dailycrochet

      Cheryl, the pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern. You may be clicking on advertising. Please click the name of the pattern: Vibrant V Square ( where it says: Vibrant V Square by Danyel Pink …) Hope it helps!

  2. I have so much trouble getting to the patterns on your site through the links. The links in this one do not work, they open a new facebook page. Really frustrating as the projects are so lovely!

  3. Thanks for this one DailyCrochet.com. I was looking for something a bit different to the classic granny square to use up some of my ‘leftovers’. Now I just need to do one square and then undo it to work out just how many ‘arm yards’ I need for each round. 🙂 Merry Christmas.

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