Sunny Spread Afghan

Project Description

What was your source for this crocheting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Sunny Spread Link to website or photo http://www.coatsandclark.com/Crafts/Crochet/Projects/Magazines/CTFeb0868+Sunny+Spread.htm What are you most proud of? The pattern is not that difficult and easy to memorize so you can take it anywhere to work on it. The completed project is a real feeling of accomplishment. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't be afraid to experiment with different colors. I have used a speck yarn that looks like sand, I've used this bright cornmeal color and I have used alternate colors creating a pattern also. Have fun!

What you will need

  • Red Heat Yarn - Cornmeal

Q&A with Valerie Rehrman

nannyjanie asked:
this is beautiful!......do you join as you go?
Valerie Rehrman answered:
Yes, I join by rows!
izettia asked:
It is beautiful...I downloaded the pattern...just hope I can make it as nice as shown here. thanks so much for sharing.
Valerie Rehrman answered:
I'd love to see your finished piece. I'm sure you'll do a great job!!!
Mrs Ellen asked:
how do I download this pattern?
Valerie Rehrman answered:
I found it in Crochet Today the Winter Issue 2008. I've made this afghan in Aran Fleck and Corn Meal so far. It's easy to make because after about 4 squares you can memorize the pattern and your off to the races! Enjoy!
linpiration asked:
Makes me wish I could do better. Oh well, some can, some can't and some wish they could. It is lovely! Thanks for sharing!
Valerie Rehrman answered:
This pattern is really easy actually. Download the pattern above. It's free. Each 8" square is the same and then you sew them all together. After about 5 squares you can easily memorize the pattern. Give it a try. I recommend Aran Fleck from Red Heart because it looks like sand!!