Ever wonder how the Sunflower got its name?
Legend has it that the Sunflower is named after it’s affinity for the sun. The flowers like sunshine so much that they actually follow the path of the sun as it arcs across the skies as they grow. Once a sunflower is fully grown, it faces east, eagerly awaiting the sun’s arrival each morning.
Now these beautiful flowers that embody the sun can bring a warm glow to any room in your home. With so much beauty to crochet, you surely can’t wait to get started on this summery afghan. Just gather together your worsted weight yarns, size I hook, and jump in! This project will be a joy to make, as the sunflowers smile up at you while you work.
Original Design by Maggie Weldon
Skill Level: Intermediate
Size: About 49" wide x 67" long.
Materials: Worsted Weight Yarn – 26 ounces (1716 yards) Soft White (MC), 5 ounces (330 yards) Dk. Sage (CC), 2 ounces (120 yards) Gold (A), and 1 ounce (60 yards) Black (B).
Coats & Clark “Super Saver” yarn was used for the model.
Crochet Hook: Size I or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge: 4 sc and 4 rows = 1”
Each Square = 16” wide
Other popular crochet afghan patterns include:
Scrap Afghan and Pillow Pattern
Giraffe Afghan, Pillow and Toy Pattern
Pansy Afghan and Pillow Set
Ladybug Afghan and Pillow Pattern
Butterfly Afghan and Pillow Pattern
Festive Hollies Afghan and Pillow Pattern
Vintage Granny Afghans
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 22 March, 2012.