Monday, September 25, 2017

CAL Border and Fringe: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

A Zig and A Zag CAL

Border & Fringe


We made it!  We have finally hit the border section and we'll soon be able to enjoy our afghan just in time for fall to set in. I wanted to keep the border on this simple to show off the stitches  so I chose to keep it simple.  I thought the fringe would be fun to add to the length of this afghan.  If fringe is not for you, simply skip the ch-2's on round 2 of the border and work a solid hdc round.  

Let's get started and finish this baby!

If you're just finding this CAL and would like to join, you can find all the details HERE in the very first post: http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html

Stitches/Abbreviations:
st(s) - stitch(es),    sl st - slip stitch, ch - chain,     sc - single crochet, hdc - half double crochet

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Diamond Christmas Tree Skirt Crochet Kit
 Diamond Christmas Tree Skirt crochet kit

Border Section
Continue with White
Round 1: Ch 1, rotate to work down first side of afghan, work 2 sc around first st, sc evenly down side of afghan to bottom corner, work 3 sc around corner st, rotate to work across bottom of afghan, sc between each of the foundation sts across to next corner, work 2 sc around corner st, rotate to work up next side of afghan, sc evenly up to top corner, work 3 sc around corner st, rotate to work across top of afghan, sc in each st across ending with 1 more sc in the same st as beginning 2 sc, sl st to beginning sc to connect

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

New Champagne Blush Chevron Afghan Crochet Pattern Release

Champagne Blush Chevron Afghan Release


It's time for a new afghan release, don't you think?  I have always loved the combination of Pink, Gray and White.  There is just something calming and comforting about those 3 colors together and I've wanted to create a design with them for quite a while.


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 Champagne Blush Chevron Afghan with Sprightly yarn

from: Craftsy
This past summer, I was able to work with Craftsy on creating a few Christmas tree skirt and afghan crochet pattern kits using their Sprightly yarn line.  I had never worked with it before and was excited to try it out.  When it comes to yarn shopping, I like being hands on.  I like to see it in person and touch it and squeeze it and run my fingers through it to see what it's going to feel like as an afghan.  I don't want to order a bunch of yarn only to have it be scratchy and stiff.  I'm here to tell you - Sprightly Acrylic is wonderful!  It has a good thickness to it but it's soft and flexible to work with.  If you haven't tried it yet, you really should!  



I've been designing a bunch of afghans with texture lately and really wanted this color combo to be light and have a good drape to it. You all know how I love chevrons so that was my first instinct.  However, sometimes it's nice to have the chevron look but have a solid, squared off border so you don't have all those ups and downs on the ends.  With the Champagne Blush Chevron Afghan crochet pattern, you get the best of both worlds!
I loved how this turned out and my daughter instantly asked if she could give this one to her teacher for Christmas.  I hope she likes it!

I hope you love it too.  I've set up a special offer just for my blog and email subscribers.  Use code CFDBLUSH at checkout on Ravelry to receive 60% off this pattern through Sunday 9/17/17.  While you're there, be sure to add it to your favorites!
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/773902

You can also find this pattern in my other shops

Etsy



Thanks to Amber and Krista for testing the pattern and to Ash & Co for some amazing photos!


Pattern test by Amber Bunker

Pattern test by Krista Sibert
(c) 2017 Copyright by Ash & Co



     

Monday, September 11, 2017

CAL Section 13: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

A Zig and A Zag CAL

Section 13: Zig Zag stitch

Hooray!!! This is our LAST section before we start the border of your amazing projects.  I seriously am so excited to see photos of all your hard work!  This week, we are working the fun Zig Zag stitch and you'll be done in a jiffy.  This stitch would be pretty leaves when working in fall colors or fairy wings in pastels.  I can even picture them in green and adding an apple applique underneath them for a fun accent.  Imagine the possibilities!

A Zig and A Zag Afghan by Crafting Friends Designs


If you're just finding this CAL and would like to join, you can find all the details HERE in the very first post: http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html

Stitches/Abbreviations:
st(s) - stitch(es),    ch - chain,     YO - yarn over,  sc - single crochet, hdc - half double crochet, dc - double crochet,  tr - treble crochet,  dtr - double treble crochet, RS - right side, WS - wrong side

Double Treble (dtr): YO 3x, insert hook in indicated st, yo and pull up a loop (5 loops on hook), (YO and pull through 2 loops on hook)4x



3-dtr Cluster (uses 1 st): *YO 3x, insert hook in indicated st, YO and pull up a loop, (YO and pull through 2 loops on hook)3x* repeat from *to* 2x, YO and pull through all 4 loops on hook

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Double 3-dtr Cluster(uses 6 sts): *[YO 3x, insert hook in same st as last st made, YO and pull up a loop, (YO and pull through 2 loops on hook)3x], repeat from [to] 2 x, (4 loops on hook), YO 3x, skip next 5 sts, insert hook in next st, YO and pull up a loop, (YO and pull through 2 loops on hook)3x (5 loops on hook), repeat from [to] 2x, YO and pull through all 7 loops on hook

Sunday, September 3, 2017

CAL Section 12: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

A Zig and A Zag CAL

Section 12: Brick Stitch

Can you believe we only have 1 more section to go before the border?  I hope you are loving your project so far!  

This week, we are back to the Brick Stitch.  This is one of my favorite stitches and so fast to work up.  Enjoy your crochet time this week!
A Zig and A Zag Afghan by Crafting Friends Designs

If you're just finding this CAL and would like to join, you can find all the details HERE in the very first post: http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html


Stitches/Abbreviations
     st(s) - stitch(es)
     ch - chain
     sc - single crochet
     hdc - half double crochet
     dc - double crochet
     Brick Stitch (Br St) - (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in same st
     RS - Right Side of work


Wednesday, August 30, 2017

CAL Section 11: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

A Zig and A Zag CAL

Section 11: Wave & Chevron Stitch


Good morning everyone.  I hope you are all having a wonderful week!  I have to apologize for being late with this section.  It was fair week last week and school started this week and my mind was so busy with everything that this slipped by me.  

This week, we're working the Wave & Chevron stitch again and I think this is a fun way to create chevrons!  It would be really cool to make an afghan in just this section using rainbow colors, don't you think?
A Zig and A Zag Afghan by Crafting Friends Designs
Ok, so let's get going.  If you're just joining us, you can find the details for the CAL in the very first post HEREhttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html 

Stitches/Abbreviations
     sk - skip
     st(s) - stitch(es)
     ch - chain
     yo - yarn over
     sc - single crochet
     hdc - half double crochet
     dc - double crochet
     tr - treble crochet
     RS - Right Side of work
     WS - Wrong Side of work

Special Stitches:

Single Crochet 2 together (sc2tog): [Insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop]2x, yo and pull through all 3 loops on hook

Single Crochet 3 together (sc3tog): [Insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop]3x, yo and pull through all 4 loops on hook

Treble Crochet 2 together (tr2tog): *yo twice, insert hook in next st, yo and pull up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops on hook, yo and pull through 2 loops on hook,* repeat from *to* 1x, yo and pull through all 3 loops on hook

Treble Crochet 3 together (tr3tog): *yo twice, insert hook in next st, yo and pull up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops on hook, yo and pull through 2 loops on hook,* repeat from *to* 2x, yo and pull through all 4 loops on hook




Monday, August 21, 2017

CAL Section 10: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

A Zig and A Zag CAL

Section 10: Triangle Mesh

A Zig and A Zag Afghan by Crafting Friends Designs

It's county fair time along with back to school time here in Northern Utah and life seems to be crazy with everyone right now.  It's a fun crazy though!  I've enjoyed seeing many of your projects that you've entered into your local or state fairs.  Congratulations on all the ribbons that have been won!  It's been so cool to see some of my patterns worked and entered 💖

We only have 3 more weeks of our CAL.  Can you believe it?  What do you plan on doing with your finished afghan?  Mine has been used nightly by one of my daughters.  She loves it!

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Let's get going with section 10.
If you're just joining us, you'll find the first post in this CAL series 
HEREhttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html

(c) 2017 Copyright by Kate Wagstaff of Crafting Friends Designs

Stitches/Abbreviations:
st(s) - stitch(es),    ch - chain,     YO - yarn over,  sc - single crochet, hdc - half double crochet, tr - treble crochet, RS - right side, WS - wrong side

Triangle Mesh crochet stitch with Crafting Friends Designs


Continue with White
Rows 80-81: Ch 2, turn, hdc in each st across (205 hdc)
(If working in the row order given, you can carry the white up the side here instead of fastening off)




Thursday, August 17, 2017

Jump into your Holiday Projects NOW and finish them in time!

Crochet for the Holidays

Take advantage of this Awesome 
Makers' Black Friday sale from Craftsy!  
This weekend only 8/18 - 8/20 2017

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Diamond Christmas Tree Skirt

I know, I know...you aren't ready to think about the holidays just yet.  It does seem early and for some small projects, you have plenty of time.  What about the larger projects?  Every year, it happens!  Every year people start to crochet their own personal Christmas tree skirt late in the season and then get frustrated because they don't get them finished in time to use around their tree. It's happened to me!  Has it happened to you?

Let's kick it in gear and get ahead of the game this year by starting now!

I've recently had the pleasure of working with Craftsy on a couple of crochet kits and I think you'll love working with their Sprightly yarn.  The kits include the pattern and the materials needed to make it which is fantastic!  They have a beautiful selection of colors and the Acrylic is nice and soft.  You can find my Diamond Christmas Tree Skirt and my Classic Cable Star Christmas Tree Skirt patterns in their kit section now.
 Diamond Christmas Tree Skirt

If you're ready for a great deal, be sure to take advantage of their Makers' Black Friday Lowest Prices of the Year this weekend only.  They have so many amazing classes and beautiful products that you're sure to find several you like. 
 Classic Cable Star Christmas Tree Skirt by Crafting Friends Designs

I crochet at a pretty decent speed and on average, I can make a tree skirt in about 16 hours. If you have time to sit down and whip one up in a weekend then you have no need to worry.  If you only have a little bit of time each day/week to crochet, don't stress - start now and pace yourself to even working 1 row each day until the tree skirt is complete.  You'll be so happy and relieved that you did.


If you like Christmas tree skirts, you may also like:

 TriSquare Swirl Christmas Tree Skirt
TriSquare Swirl Christmas Tree Skirt

 Christmas Pine Tree Skirt
Christmas Pine Tree Skirt

 Christmas Pine Tree Skirt
Christmas Pine Tree Skirt

 Peppermint Swirl Christmas Tree Skirt
Peppermint Swirl Christmas Tree Skirt

 Beautifully Textured Christmas Tree Skirt
Beautifully Textured Christmas Tree Skirt

 Beautifully Textured Christmas Tree Skirt
Beautifully Textured Christmas Tree Skirt

Monday, August 14, 2017

CAL Section 9: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

A Zig and A Zag CAL

Section 9: Pebbles


Hello everyone.  For those who are following this CAL through email, I apologize for being a little late with this weeks section.  We were camping for a family reunion and I didn't have any type of service.  I hope you were able to enjoy your weekend too and get through section 8!

This week, we're working the pebbles section again to add a little more texture.  Your afghan should be a pretty decent size by now and it's sure coming in handy as I like to crochet at night and the nights are getting cooler here in northern Utah.  
A Zig and A Zag Afghan by Crafting Friends Designs

Let's get going on Section 9!

If you're just finding this CAL and would like to join, you can find all the details HERE in the very first post: http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html


Monday, August 7, 2017

CAL Section 8: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

A Zig and A Zag CAL

Section 8: Zig Zag Double String


Welcome to section 8!  This week, we're going to work the Zig Zag Double String stitch again so you should be able to complete this in a jiffy. 
A Zig and A Zag afghan by Crafting Friends Designs


If you're just seeing this post and want to join, you can find the details & schedule on the first post found HEREhttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html

(c) 2017 Copyright by Kate Wagstaff of Crafting Friends Designs

Stitches:
ch - chain
st(s) - stitch(es)
sc - single crochet
hdc - half double crochet
dc - double crochet

Continue with White
Rows 57-58: Ch 2, turn, hdc in each st across (205 hdc)

With Color (Shocking Pink)
Row 59: (RS) Ch 1, turn, sc in very first st, *ch 5, skip next 5 sts, sc in next st,* repeat from *to* across (34 ch-5, 35 sc)

A Zig and A Zag Afghan by Crafting Friends DesignsRow 60: Ch 1, turn, sc in very first st, *ch 5, skip next ch-5, sc in next sc,* repeat from *to* across (34 ch-5, 35 sc)

Row 61: Ch 1, turn, sc in very first st, *ch 7, skip next ch-5, sc in next sc,* repeat from *to* across (34 ch-7, 35 sc)


Saturday, July 29, 2017

CAL Section 7: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

A Zig and A Zag CAL

Section 7: Zig Zag stitch


A Zig and A Zag Afghan by Crafting Friends Designs
If you're working this afghan in the size that I did, this section is your 1/2 way point.  It is always a great feeling to bet here and know that you're so much closer to completing your project!

We are just working the Zig Zag stitch again though I chose to keep this center section my neutral color to keep the blanket equal.  I know you're a pro at this stitch so let's jump right into it!

Stitches:
ch - chain
st(s) - stitch(es)
sc - single crochet
hdc - half double crochet
dtr - double treble crochet

Special Stitches: 3-dtr Cluster & Double 3-dtr Cluster
(If you need a refresher on how to work the stitches, you can find the photo tutorial here: http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/cal-section-one-zig-and-zag-afghan.html)




Continue with White
Rows 53-54: Ch 2, turn, hdc in each st across (205 hdc)

Rows 55: Ch 5 (counts as dtr so you will skip the very first st), turn, skip next 2 sts, work 3-dtr Cluster in next st, ch 4, *work double 3-dtr Cluster, ch 4,* repeat from *to* across to last 3 sts, work 3-dtr Cluster in same st as last st made, skip next 2 sts, dtr in end st

Row 56: Ch 1, turn, sc in first dtr, 5 sc around next ch-4, *sc in next double 3-dtr Cluster, 5 sc around next ch-4,* repeat from *to* across to last 2 sts, skip next 3-dtr Cluster, sc in last dtr (205 sc) 



If you'd like to work at your own pace, the ad free pdf of this afghan is available to purchase HERE on Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/a-zig-and-a-zag-afghan-cal
A Zig and A Zag Afghan by Crafting Friends designs

Sunday, July 23, 2017

CAL Section 6: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

A Zig and A Zag CAL

Section 6: Zig Zag Double String

Wow!  Is your summer flying by fast like mine?  Can you believe that you're just about 1/2 way finished with a full sized afghan?  I am so glad you decided to join me!


A Zig and A Zag Afghan by Crafting Friends Designs
This week, I'm introducing you to the last new stitch in our A Zig and A Zag crochet - a - long.  This is the Zig Zag Double String stitch and it's another quick one to work.  I chose to work my section in a single color.  It would be great in different colors too, so have fun with it and be creative!  After this section, you are welcome to complete your project on your own with the stitches we've learned to make it completely your own OR you can continue to join me each week as we work the sections back to the beginning to have a balanced afghan.  

If you're just joining us and would like to start your own project, you can find all the details in the beginning post HEREhttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html

Give yourself a pat on the back for all your hard work to this point, grab your yarn and crochet hook and let's enjoy this new stitch together.  

Stitches/Abbreviations

ch - chain
st(s) - stitch(es)
sc - single crochet
hdc - half double crochet
dc - double crochet
RS - right side
WS - wrong side




Sunday, July 16, 2017

CAL Section 5: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

A Zig and A Zag Afghan CAL

Section 5: Pebbles crochet stitch

Can you believe that we're already on week 5?  I hope you have enjoyed the crochet stitches so far!  This week, we're going to add some texture to our afghans by using a simple combination of treble and single crochets. 

A Zig and A Zag Afghan by Crafting Friends Designs
Pebbles 
If you are just joining us, you can find the beginning of this CAL HERE:  http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html

Stitches/Abbreviations:
ch - chain
st(s) - stitch(es)
sc - single crochet
hdc - half double crochet
dc - double crochet
tr - treble crochet
WS - Wrong Side
RS - Right Side

Sunday, July 9, 2017

CAL Section 4: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

A Zig and A Zag Afghan Crochet-A-Long

Section 4: Triangle Mesh crochet stitch

A Zig and A Zag Afghan by Crafting Friends Designs
A Zig and A Zag Afghan  
Welcome back!  I hope you all had a wonderful week filled with lots of yarn and crochet time.  This week we will be adding the Triangle Mesh crochet stitch to our afghan. This stitch is a quick one to work up since it's more open than the others we've worked.




If you are just joining us, you can find the beginning of this CAL HERE:  http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html












Stitches/Abbreviations:
ch - chain
st(s) - stitch(es)
sc - single crochet
hdc - half double crochet
dc - double crochet
tr - treble crochet
WS - Wrong Side
RS - Right Side


Sunday, July 2, 2017

CAL Section 3: Wave and Chevron Crochet Stitch

Wave & Chevron Crochet Stitch

A Zig and A Zag CAL week #3

Welcome to week 3 everyone!  I hope you had as much fun with the Brick Stitch as I do when working it.  It's kind of an addicting stitch!  Thank you to all those who are sharing your progress photos with me on Facebook and in projects on Ravelry.  The colors you've chosen are all looking great!
A Zig and A Zag CAL Section #3 - Wave & Chevron stitch

This week, we'll learn the Wave & Chevron stitch.  This stitch can form a couple of different looks when switching colors on different rows.  I wanted to show a simple chevron by using a darker color on the smaller stitch rows.  If you were to continue working more rows of this stitch on a different project, you could have a really fun wavy pattern by switching colors on different rows.  

Let's get started hooking!If you're just finding this CAL and would like to join, you can find all the details HERE in the very first post: http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html

Monday, June 26, 2017

CAL Section Two: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

Welcome to week 2 of the "A Zig and A Zag" Afghan CAL.  I hope you had fun learning and working the Zig Zag stitch from section. If you're just finding this CAL and would like to join, you can find all the details HERE in the very first post: http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html


This week, we're going to work one of my favorite stitches to work.  I learned this as the "Brick Stitch" when I was young though I've seen it called by other names.  Because of the slant of this stitch, it makes a fun ziggy zaggy design when working multiple colors. 
This is also the stitch used for C2C afghans so you may have already worked this stitch but we are going to work it in straight rows for this design.  

Are you ready to have some fun with more color?  Grab your hook and yarn and let's get stitching!!!

Sunday, June 18, 2017

CAL Section One: A Zig and A Zag Afghan

A Zig and A Zag CAL Section One

Welcome to the "A Zig and A Zag" Afghan CAL and thanks for joining me!  This week (June 19-24, 2017) we will be working on the first section of our afghan.  This section is 7 rows and we use the "Zig Zag" crochet stitch.  

If you're just seeing this post and want to join, you can find the details & schedule on the first post found HEREhttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-zig-and-zag-afghan-crochet-long.html

(c) 2017 Copyright by Kate Wagstaff of Crafting Friends Designs



Notes:

  1. Beginning ch 2 does not count as a hdc
  2. Photos showing stitch placement are referenced as P1, P2, P3 etc.
  3. When changing colors, do so in the last step of the last stitch of the row before the color change
  4. This afghan is set up as a stitch sampler style and sections can be worked in any order to create your own personal style.  If switching up the sections, be sure to start the color sections as noted for Right Side and Wrong sides for best results.  This means you may need to add an extra row of hdc in order to keep the colorwork on the correct side.



Stitches/Abbreviations:
st(s) - stitch(es),    ch - chain,     YO - yarn over,  sc - single crochet, hdc - half double crochet, dc - double crochet,  tr - treble crochet,  dtr - double treble crochet, RS - right side, WS - wrong side   






Foundation Chain: If you’re unfamiliar with how to work foundation chains, this photo tutorial may help http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2014/12/hdc-chainless-foundation.html



Double Treble (dtr): YO 3x, insert hook in indicated st, yo and pull up a loop (5 loops on hook), (YO and pull through 2 loops on hook)4x



3-dtr Cluster (uses 1 st): *YO 3x, insert hook in indicated st, YO and pull up a loop, (YO and pull through 2 loops on hook)3x* repeat from *to* 2x (see P1), YO and pull through all 4 loops on hook
P1. 3-dtr Cluster

Double 3-dtr Cluster(uses 6 sts): *[YO 3x, insert hook in same st as last st made, YO and pull up a loop, (YO and pull through 2 loops on hook)3x], repeat from [to] 2 x, (4 loops on hook), YO 3x, skip next 5 sts, insert hook in next st, YO and pull up a loop, (YO and pull through 2 loops on hook)3x (5 loops on hook), repeat from [to] 2x (see P2), YO and pull through all 7 loops on hook (see P3)



P2. double 3-dtr Cluster

P3. double 3-dtr Cluster complete

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

A Zig and A Zag Afghan Crochet - A - Long

Have you ever wanted to make an afghan that has the chevron look but not the chevron ends?  I thought it would be fun to do a stitch sampler style CAL so you can learn a few new zig zag stitches that are worked back into straight rows allowing you to mix and match patterns and be able to create your own fun blanket.

Beginning June 19th, I will post 1 section each Monday to work on throughout the week.  There are 13 sections plus a border with fringe and each section has 6 to 8 rows.  This will help you to be able to work at your own pace during the week whether it's all at once or 1 row each night.  If you'd like the full pattern now, an ad free version is available for purchase on Ravelry HEREhttp://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/a-zig-and-a-zag-afghan-cal

The schedule is as follows: 
Tuesday 6/13: Supplies list and basic stitch information (listed below)


Monday 6/19: Section 1  is available herehttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/cal-section-one-zig-and-zag-afghan.html


Monday 6/26: Section 2 is available here: http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/06/cal-section-two-zig-and-zag-afghan.html

 
Monday 7/3: Section 3 is available herehttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/07/cal-section-3-wave-and-chevron-crochet.html


Monday 7/10: Section 4 is available herehttps://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/07/cal-section-4-zig-and-zag-afghan.html


Monday 7/17: Section 5 is available herehttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/07/cal-section-5-zig-and-zag-afghan.html


Monday 7/24: Section 6 is available herehttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/07/cal-section-6-zig-and-zag-afghan.html


This completes the special stitch instructions. You may choose to finish your afghan in any order you choose to customize it to your preferred style OR continue with the CAL for instructions to complete the afghan as shown in the photos 
Monday 7/31: Section 7 is available herehttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/07/cal-section-7-zig-and-zag-afghan.html



Monday 8/7: Section 8 is available herehttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/08/cal-section-8-zig-and-zag-afghan.html



Monday 8/14: Section 9 is available herehttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/08/cal-section-9-zig-and-zag-afghan.html



Monday 8/21: Section 10 is available here: http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/08/cal-section-10-zig-and-zag-afghan.html


 
Monday 8/28: Section 11 is available here: http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/08/cal-section-11-zig-and-zag-afghan.html


 
Monday 9/4: Section 12 is available herehttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/09/cal-section-12-zig-and-zag-afghan.html



Monday 9/11: Section 13 is available herehttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/09/cal-section-13-zig-and-zag-afghan.html



Monday 9/18: Border/Fringe is available herehttp://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2017/09/cal-border-and-fringe-zig-and-zag-afghan.html


Skill Level: Easy