Crochet Kit - Traveling Afghan

SKU: B70588

Follow along by crocheting a section of the afghan!

Join Lion Brand® and 49 designers and bloggers from seven different countries as we embark on the 2020 "My Life in Yarn" campaign with the Traveling Afghans project! Starting in January, the Traveling Afghans will set sail from NYC and journey to a new designer every two weeks. Each designer will create a 10x10 square to add to the blanket before sending it off to the next person to add theirs. They will each publish their pattern for free online so YOU can follow along with us and create your own knit or crochet afghan! This year-long collaborative effort will feature stories from the designers about their paths as makers, and will give you the opportunity to learn new stitches and make new friends in the community along the way.

Here's how you can participate:

    • 1. Purchase a yarn kit now for the crochet Traveling Afghan so you have everything you need to get started with us when the first square pattern is released in January.
    • 2. Visit the landing page for the project, hosted by Alexandra Tavel from Two of Wands, for the master list of all designers and links to their sites as well as the itinerary for the afghans so you can have a peek at the route they will be taking as they travel around the world.
    • 3. Follow the designers on social media to get updates on their pattern releases and learn about their maker journeys. There may even be some giveaways to enter!
    • 4. Host a CAL or KAL with your local maker friends! Get together throughout the year in person or online to add your squares. We would love to see YOUR life in yarn too, so make sure to tag Lion Brand Yarn in your posts and use the hashtags #thetravelingafghans #lionbrandyarn and #mylifeinyarn and either #thetravelingknitafghan or #thetravelingcrochetafghan

Pattern Designer Information
Two of Wands, launched in 2014 by Alexandra Tavel, is a knitwear company with a modern approach to a timeless art form. Each finished item is handcrafted by Alexandra, taking anywhere from a few hours to over a week to meticulously create.
Skill Level
Level 3 - Intermediate
Project Type
Yarn Used
Wool-Ease - 620
Pattern Size Options
One Size
Pattern Yarn Weight
4 Medium
Dimensions Detail

40"x60" afghan (appx)

Pattern Corrections
Pattern Craft
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