Create Your Own Unique Afghan with a Variety of Crochet Stitch Patterns

Complete Instructions to Learn a Variety of Crochet Stitches with 50 Stitches for Afghans

50 Stitches for Crochet afghans
Create your own unique afghan with a variety of crochet stitch patterns. 
One of my favorite things to do is look at yarn and decide what I am going to make next.  When it comes to afghans there are several beautiful patterns available. But sometimes I just like to create a unique blanket with my own unique touches and that means choosing an afghan stitch to use with the right yarn color.
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A Great Way to Crochet Your Own Unique Afghan

The paperback book or electronic download of 50 Stitches for Crochet Afghans shows complete patterns that you can easily understand.  Providing great photos and detailed instructions that will help you decide on the perfect stitch for your next afghan project!  It’s one of those helpful crochet books to keep in your collection that you return to time and time again to go back each time you create your next gift or item for charity. Choose the right yarn and get started. It’s the perfect way to make something special!


This book is a wonderful reference of 50 stitch patterns that are great for stitching afghans. Choose from filet, ripple, open weave, shells and more. Each design includes chain multiples needed to obtain pattern, and all stitches can be worked with your choice of hook size and yarn anywhere from bulky to crochet cotton.
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More Great Books to Check out For Crochet Stitches

50 Ripple Stitches
Whether you’re just learning how to crochet or would like to add some new crochet stitches to your routine, this book is a must-have reference for your crochet library. You can choose your yarn weight and hook size for any of these 50 ripple stitch crochet patterns. These stitches are perfect for crocheted baby blankets, throws or afghans. Designs range from beginner crochet patterns to advanced and open lacy stitches to solid textured.


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