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Jonah's Afghan When I made the "Crochet...
Created By: Paula Perez

Jonah's Afghan
When I made the "Crochet Waterfall Throw" out of Homespun for my mom's Christmas gift, the only way I could box it up was to promise my son, Jonah, his own Homespun afghan! He picked the color "Antique" and I crocheted him an afghan of my own design, based on the "Crochet Waterfall Throw." I wanted it a tighter weave so his busy fingers wouldn't poke through as easily, so I used a K size hook. I made it in 12" squares, so it would be easier to work on during my sons' soccer and swim practices. The finished afghan is 5 by 7 squares,which I sewed together with the ribs alternating vertical and horizontal. It generously covers a twin bed. One day as I crocheted on the sidelines of soccer practice, Jonah discovered that the wild blackberries he had been picking at the side of the field had stained his fingers the same color as the "Antique" yarn! He always remembers that day when he looks at the afghan!



 
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