The pattern previously mentioned that I was going to try out was a nice concept, however, it's not for me. It contained a lot of Single Crochet stitches and I found it too tedious. In my article on Hubpages, Making A Crochet Afghan, I outlined the process I go through before making a crochet project. If it contains a lot of stitches that I don't like then I won't make it. I enjoy crochet but too much Single Crochet and I'll never finish the item.
As an additional update, I've been steadily stitching away on the Think Spring afghan. I'll be posting the final project soon and even giving the pattern!
Perfect Pot Holders Double-thick, perfect pot holders! Made with cotton yarn. This pattern may be somewhere else on the internet, in a dif...
Soft Bobbles Baby Blanket aka Effortless Baby Blanket Crochet baby blankets are very popular and there are so many out there! Here's a...
Baby pink, sage green and a soft cream come together to make a delightful crochet baby blanket. I may have put too many stitches on the side...
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