Scrap Hearts Afghan Crochet Pattern

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  • white afghan with colored hearts
  • white afghan with colored hearts
  • white afghan with colored hearts

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Design by: Maggie Weldon

Skill Level: Intermediate

Size:  42″ wide x 64″ long;

Materials: Yarn Needle; Worsted Weight Yarn;
White (MC): 28 oz, 1680 yd (784 g, 1512 m);
Scrap Colors (CC): 24 oz, 1440 yd (672 g, 1296 m);
Bernat Berella was used in model.

Crochet Hook: Size I-9 (5.50 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge.

Scrap Hearts Afghan Pattern

Cozily wrapped in the comfort of an ocean of love, you can rest easy and let your heart be lightened by the assortment of beautiful colors and fun-filled memories of loved ones that each heart reminds you of. Perfect for any occasion, you could make one for Valentine's Day, to celebrate an anniversary, welcome a newborn to your family, and much more.

Our hearts grow tender with childhood memories and love of kindred, and we are better throughout the year for having, in spirit, become a child again.
  - Laura Ingalls Wilder

The Scrap Hearts Afghan is all about having fun and is a great way to use up some of that leftover - but still treasured - yarn in your stash to make a colorful afghan unique to you!

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Reviews for Scrap Hearts Afghan Pattern
5 out of 5, based on 1 reviews
Kathy Gant from N/A on May 19, 2013
The pattern yields a beautiful and comfortable afghan, even when made from a variety of scraps. On mine, every block was a different shade. I worked each block from two skeins of the background color and a smaller bobbin of the background material to fill in the top of the heart. I did carry the colored yarn over in the few rows at the top of the heart. My only modification of the directions was to start the edging of each block 90 degrees counter clockwise of the marked corner. This may be a function of how I assembled the afghan (bottom row first, left to right), but it kept the joining of the border on a corner that was not also being joined to another square.