Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Serenity Afghan Free Crochet Pattern from the Battle of the Stitches Round 6 Challenge

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2015 is half over and it's been a busy year.  I have been determined to make this year a success not only by releasing many great new crochet patterns, but also by updating older designs and offering more coordinating designs. The 6 Basic Infant Dress Set Patterns have been updated already and the toddler sizes are underway., we held another round of the Battle of the Stitches.  Round 6 was based on Serenity as the crochet stitch and theme to focus on.  We wanted you to find your serenity with us and enjoy some crochet time with some amazing designs from wonderful designers. 

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For me, Serenity changes as life changes and I can think of many calming and peaceful moments in many situations.  The first thing that came to my mind was snuggling a new born baby.  I know, I know, a newborn baby doesn't say serenity to many people.  There are many late nights and dirty diapers and crying that you have to figure out.  Set all that aside for a bit and think of all the love that comes with a baby.  The quiet moments when you can just snuggle with them and feel the calmness of life and Ahhhhhh, big breath in and big breath out, relax and enjoy!
I designed the Serenity Infant dress and coordinating Serenity Chevron Afghan crochet patterns for my project as an Admin using Caron Simply Soft Yarn.  The Serenity Infant Dress pattern includes instructions for sizes Newborn, 0-3 months, 3-6 months and 6-12 months and is available HERE on Ravelry.
The Serenity Chevron Afghan crochet pattern will always be available HERE for Free.  I hope you enjoy and can find some serenity in your life no matter where you are or what you're facing.




  1. I started to make this and the pattern didn't work... the foundation and first row went fine, but the second row didn't match up at the 7 shell like it says it is supposed to. Do you have any idea what I might have done wrong? All the stitches and spacing I did seemed to follow the pattern, but it just wouldn't match up. :-/

    1. Dawn, It should line up and it was tested by others to double check what I wrote. Can you email me and I'll see if I can help you?


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