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Valley Yarns 328 Amethyst Brook Crocheted Afghan

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Valley Yarns 328 Amethyst Brook Crocheted Afghan
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The Amethyst Brook Crocheted Afghan by Valley Yarns is truly breathtaking and it’s a fun project to crochet too! The hexagons are crocheted individually, so it is a great take-along project for when you have a few minutes and you will be finished with the hexagons before you know it! The fantastic color palette goes with nearly any décor, and Northfield is incredibly soft and cozy.

Sizes: One Size
Finished Measurements: 45” square
Yarn Requirements: Valley Yarns Northfield (70% Merino Wool/ 20% Baby Alpaca/ 10% Silk; 50g/124yds)
     Color A – 2 balls, shown in 14 Haze (discontinued)
     Color B – 2 balls, shown in 12 Deep Water
     Color C – 2 balls, shown in 03 Chestnut
     Color D – 2 balls, shown in 04 Cocoa (discontinued)
     Color E – 2 balls, shown in 06 Wine
     Color F – 2 balls, shown in 08 Summer Plum
     Color G – 7 balls, shown in 26 Charcoal
Valley Yarns Northfield Hand Dyed by the Kangaroo Dyer (70% Merino Wool/ 20% Baby Alpaca/ 10% Silk; 100g/248yds)
     Color H – 3 skeins, shown in Tamarind
     Color J – 3 skeins, shown in Mauve Flanders
     Color K – 3 skeins, shown in Guacamole
Hook: US F/5 (3.75mm)
Gauge: Each hexagon = 2¾” wide before joining

Pattern updated 11/08/2016.

Note: The original yarn recommended for this pattern has been discontinued. We suggest Valley Yarns Valley Superwash DK Hand Dyed by Manos del Uruguay as a substitution.

Valley Yarns
Sara Delaney
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Yarn Weight

DK | Light Worsted


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Recent reviews

I can say more once I am able to download my purchase KnitWhits Amelie

Judith Stamnes 1/7/2024

This pattern looks to have some incomplete instructions - the joining is a little skimpy for those who have never done it before.

Gary Leung 1/5/2024