Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Crosshatch, Crazy or Diagonal stitch afghan...

I bought way too much of this yarn and can't seem to
get rid of it. This is the 3rd afghan I've made with it.
The stitch I used to create this afghan is know by a few
different names...(crosshatch, crazy or diagonal stitch)

Here is the link to the pattern that I used:

The yarn I used is Red Heart Strata (color Mosaic) http://www.crochetspot.com/how-to-crochet-corner-to-corner-diagonal-box-stitch/


At 4:15 PM, Blogger Janet Happy Girl said...

Wow that is really a beautiful afghan

At 5:28 PM, Blogger Sharon Marie said...

I can understand getting bored with the same yarn for 3 afghans but it is a BEAUTIFUL afghan and you did a very nice job crocheting it.

At 11:47 AM, Blogger Dawna said...

I stumbled upon your blog a few weeks ago. I adore your work and amazed at the fast speed you complete projects. I went back to your very first post and read all the way to the most recent one. I love crochet and taught myself when I was age 11. Your blog is my new favorite hangout. Thanks so much for sharing your patterns and including pictures!


At 6:17 PM, Blogger Molly said...

That is a beautiful afghan, although I understand how you would want to work with other yarn. Nut this one is great and you have done a great job on it. 2 Greats can't be wrong 8>)

At 7:03 PM, Blogger crochetingfool said...

Thank you all so much.
I love to crochet and share my work with all of you.

At 7:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a beautiful afghan. What is the name of the yarn that you used? I like working with verigated yarns more than plain yarn.

At 8:40 PM, Blogger Summerysmile said...

The yarn is very different! I love the afghan...it's beautiful!

At 10:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Linda, I love your blog, you blow me away with how much you crochet! I'm an obsessive crocheter and crafter (I thought I was prolific in my creations, but nowhere close to you!)I'd like to subscribe to your blog via email, but I can't find anywhere on your site to do this! Please help! Yours in crochet, Julie


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