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WEEK 6 - Christmas Granny Afghan CAL - Christmas Lights


Welcome to Week 6 of the CAL!

I can't believe we are half way through this crochet along already! This week, we will have a very easy square. If you're behind - don't sweat it! Work on it when you can and enjoy the process. :)

This week we will be working up 8 granny squares and the Christmas Lights Applique.
All the patterns and video tutorials that you will need are below.

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Week 6
Make 4 granny squares in Linen
Make 4 granny squares in Cranberry
Make 4 Christmas Lights appliques
Weave in all ends!

Materials

Lion Brand Vanna's Choice in:
Kelly Green
Mustard
Scarlet
Colonial Blue
Black

G/4.0mm hook
Tapestry needle & Scissors

Pattern

Light bulb - make 4 - one of each of the following colors: kelly green, mustard, scarlet, colonial blue

Magic ring, Chain 1 and work the following into the ring: 3SC, DC, triple crochet, DC, 3SC, join to first SC
Fasten off and leave tail for sewing

Joining the lights - using black yarn


Chain 5, SC into either side of where you fastened off on a lightbulb, *chain 10, SC into either side of the join on another light bulb, repeat from * until all 4 light bulbs are joined, finish off by chaining 5 and fastening off. Leave tail for sewing onto granny square.

5 comments

  1. What a fun way to embellish a solid granny square! I have only surface crocheted a few times. Need to add this one to my list. A bunch with a continuous string of lights would be neat. Pinned.
    Would love if you shared this at our October Granny-Spiration Challenge - a granny square inspired link up. Current one can be found here: http://eyeloveknots.blogspot.com/2017/10/pumpkin-pixel-art-free-crochet-pattern.html

    Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots

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  2. I am loving this CAL. When you see the black lights string down to granny block do you sew on both sides of the chain loops or just down the middle. Thanks.

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    1. I sewed them just down the middle and it worked well. I think either way would work!

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