• [Free Pattern] The Easiest Solid Color Crochet Afghan Ever!

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    This afghan is simply beautiful! The Easiest Afghan Ever by Kristine Underwood is not only a gorgeous afghan pattern, it also creates a functional and sturdy and warm texture. The relaxing mindlessness of repeating the same stitch over and over and creating such a beautiful single crochet afghan, appeals to many of those looking for a simple  and easy blanket crochet pattern. With a classic look in the solid color, and a very simple pattern to follow, this afghan pattern will soon turn into one of your favorites ever !


    The Easiest Solid Color Crochet Afghan Free Pattern

    It took me just about 3 weeks to complete this afghan and I used approximately 3-1/2 pounds of white yarn.


    [Free Pattern] The Easiest Solid Color Crochet Afghan Ever!

    Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Kristine In Between

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    19 Comments to [Free Pattern] The Easiest Solid Color Crochet Afghan Ever!

    1. joanneBachynski

      Dear Kristine
      I love your web site and i came across a pattern but i cannot find the pattern it is the easiest afghan ever. I have broken my arm severely, and i have had 3 surgeries and as part of my healing the Dr suggests that i do knitting or crochet. I would be very grateful if you could direct me on how to get the pattern so i could try this pattern out i have some very basic crochet skills and i would like to do this blanket for 2 new grandchildren one who was born on AUG29,2016 and one who is due in November thanks so much for your help Sincerely Joanne Bachynski

      • dailycrochet

        Hi Joanne, please click the name of the pattern: “Easiest Afghan Ever”to get to the pattern’s page.Hope this helps! Congratulations on your grand kids :-)!

    2. This is pretty. I’ve done a blanket with 2sc in stitch, then skipping a stitch. It gave me a border as I went along. Turned out real pretty.

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