[Free Pattern] This Gorgeous Streamwave Afghan Reminds Me Of Stained Glass

This post may contain affiliate links.

It's so easy to fall in love with this throw pattern! It’s so much nicer than just straight waves. The Streamwave Throw crochet pattern by Kim Guzman is a fast and easy pattern that looks almost exactly the same on the back as the front. This streamwave afghan is worked vertically, from side to side and uses triple crochet. The finished size is 48” x 54” but you can adjust it to the size you want. It's also a fun way to use up ends of skeins of various colors.



From the publisher: It’s not polite to stare,we know. But at a recent trade show, when Kim Guzman’s gorgeous creation—aptly named Streamwave Throw—was on display, people did just that. The beautiful combination of Simply Soft® Paints’ watery colorway defined by the contrasting Simply Soft® solid makes a dazzling statement that is really quite breathtaking. (Source)


Image source: Crochet For Children

Thanks to Kim Guzman for this article inspiration and featured image.

If you enjoyed this article please share and Like our Facebook page.


14 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] This Gorgeous Streamwave Afghan Reminds Me Of Stained Glass”

  1. Made this with sock yarn a few years ago. I took it everywhere during my cancer treatment year, (chemo sessions, radiation treatments, hospitalizations). I got so many complements and requests for the pattern I can’t count them. My all time fav!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This