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How to crochet an afghan


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Awesome! I think if I could do it, anyone could do it. I’m not really good at any other kinds of crafty things. But I took to this stuff fairly quickly. Check out that link and see what you think. Again, Beth (the woman in the videos) is a wonderful teacher, and she leads you through the entire process of making the afghan step-by-step. In all, it’s 16 videos. You can do it!

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Andrea409 Find me on PopClogs!

I buy a lot of my stuff from Amazon. I used an I-9 hook for this afghan. So cool that you’re going to give it a whirl. Once you get past working the first chain, the pattern is the same throughout the entire afghan. There are no surprises, so it becomes old hat very quickly. You’ll do just fine. Can’t wait to see a pic of your finished product!

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