Baby afghan

Colorful strips of double-crochetconnected with a simple joining row(for those challenged by sewingsquares together!). Search Lion Brandsite for "All Season Baby Throw" pattern.
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  • Thanks, Marina. I used the same number of chains for each strip, but used 6 strips instead of the 7 pictured in the Lion pattern, and bordered with 2 rows of single crochet. The overall size came out a bit larger than the 24"x36" size we've been doing for KAS baby-ghans -- more like 32"x44", so it could be used by a toddler as well. Hope this helps.
  • This is a lovely, lovely pattern and I will be showing this to the group as some of us like so much to crochet. Is this the right size for a baby throw for KAS as it is from the Lion Brand pattern or does it need any changes?.
  • Beautiful work Paula x x x
  • this looks lovely and soft - well done!
  • Very pretty, and it looks so soft and cosy.
  • Beautiful work, Paula. Great alternative to squares! Angela xx
  • Thanks, everyone, for your kind words. I was looking for a break from squares and came upon this pattern; I'm amazed at how quickly the strips worked up and I liked using the joining row to attach one to the other. I finished with 2 binding rows of single crochet to hide my tails and insure that this one stays together.
  • So different - I just love it!
  • Paula, that is so beautiful...either for girl or boy....the little holes is what makes the blanket...I think I may just search Lion brand patterns out..keep em coming..
  • That's a nice one, good for 3 seasons of the year, never too hot. Nice colors indeed. Thanks for sharing as this does give an option to those who aren't so swift at doing squares. Me, I know if I did this the strips would all be different lengths. It's happened before, lol. But it's beautiful and I bet somebody else tries it.
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