“Part of Your World” Crocheted Afghan

“Look at this stuff; isn’t it neat?”

I used a G Hook, 24 ounces of black, and a variety of scraps in shades of blue for this afghan

Chain 150, and follow the chart below. Edge with your favorite border.

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This is my finished afghan:

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I don’t own the rights to the Little Mermaid, Disney, or its images. Respect the copyright of the owner. This is an homage.

Something in the Wind Crocheted Afghan

“I sense there’s something in the wind…”

I used a G Hook, 12 skeins of Vanna’s Choice Dark Grey Heather and 6 skeins of Deborah Norville Everyday in Lagoon.

Chain 150, and follow the chart below. Edge with your favorite border.

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This is my finished afghan:

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I don’t own the rights to Nightmare Before Christmas or its images. Respect the copyright of the owner. This is an homage.

Hamilton Revolutionary Revelation Crocheted Afghan

image“You want a revolution? I want a revelation, so listen to my declaration: we hold these truths to be self-evident, that all women are created equal”

I used a G hook and just under 16 oz each of red, white, blue, and black.

Chain 150, and follow the chart above. Edge with your favorite border.

This is my finished afghan:

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I don’t own the rights to Hamilton or its images. Respect the copyright of the owner. This is an homage.

Hamilton “My Shot” Crocheted Afghan

“Just you wait. I’m not throwing away my shot.”

I used a G hook, five shades of brown and gold for the background and black for the design

Chain 150, and follow the chart below. Edge with your favorite border.

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This is my final afghan:

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I don’t own the rights to Hamilton or its images. Respect the copyright of the owner. This is an homage.

Always Crocheted Afghan

“After all this time?” “Always.”

I used an H hook, scrap yarn and black for the main design.

Chain 150, and follow the chart below. Edge with your favorite border.

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This is my final afghan:

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I don’t own the rights to Harry Potter or its images. Respect the copyright of the owner. This is an homage.

Poi

Poi

Materials: 1 skein Cotton yarn (I used Peaches & Creme, 2.5 oz, in Warm Brown for the ones I made), G hook, tennis balls

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Ch 2.

R1: Sc 6 in second chain from hook, join with sl st to first sc.

R2: 2sc in each st around, join with sl st to first sc.

R3: (2sc, sc) around, join with sl st to first sc.

R4: (sc 2, 2sc) around, join with sl st to first sc.

R5: (2sc, sc 3) around, join with sl st to first sc.

R6: (sc 4, 2sc) around, join with sl st to first sc.

Note: I alternate between starting with the inc and the sc because it keeps it rounder and less hexagonal.

R7-R8: Sc around.

R9: (sc2tog, sc 4) around, join with sl st to first sc.

R10: (sc2tog, sc 3) around, join with sl st to first sc.

Insert tennis ball.

R11: (sc2tog, sc 2) around, join with sl st to first sc.

R12: sc2tog around, do not join.

R13: sc2tog, sc in st across from current st to close.

Ch 70, sl st in 20th st from hook for handle.

Weave in end.

Dharmachakra (Dharma Wheel) Knitting Square

Mine uses worsted weight yarn and US6 needles.

CO 50. Knit per the following chart. The black border stitches are done in garter.

White = RS K, WS P

Black = RS P, WS K

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My finished square:

Dharmachakra Square

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