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Stacy's Aran Afghan


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This afghan was designed as a special gift for my niece. An interesting combination of textured stitches were used to create this beautiful Aran style afghan. Many Aran style afghans are created in panels. This afghan is created in one piece.. I would like to gratefully acknowledge Peggy Cress and Theresa McCune, members of the CGOA for testing this pattern. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Skills required for this project include creating a chain, ability to read a written pattern, and knowledge of intermediate crochet stitches like front and back posts, puff stitch and cable stitch GAUGE 12 DC = 4 inches 8 rows = 4 inches SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The finished size is approximately 50 by 69 inches

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  • You will need 64 ozs. of Lion Brand Fisherman's wool yarn, Natural Color and a size I crochet hook

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Loess Hills Creative Crochet
Loess Hills Creative Crochet
I am the owner and designer for Loess Hills Creative Crochet, located near the beautiful Loess Hills just North of Council Bluffs, Iowa. I semi-retired from teaching in 2009. In 2010 I started designing crochet patterns when I couldn't find an Aran style afghan pattern that I liked so I designed my own. I have been designing ever since. Teaching is my passion and I still teach classes part time and online for several colleges. You will also find me teaching crochet to anyone with an interest to learn. I am certified to teach crochet through the Craft Yarn Council's Certified Teachers Program and have taught crochet for Michael's Craft Store in Sioux City, Iowa. In the fall of 2010 I founded the Missouri Valley Needle Arts Group. We meet on the first and third Friday of the month at the Missouri Valley Public Library from 1 to 3 PM. Everyone that enjoys needle arts is invited to attend. There is no charge. In February of 2012 I received the status of Professional Member of the CGOA which basically means I'm making some part of my living from crochet. ( a very small part I might add). Primarily I self publish my crochet patterns but I was honored to have one of my patterns published in the Winter issue 2011,of Quick and Easy Crochet Magazine. I maintain a Ravelry Store which I hope you will visit