Sunday, September 30, 2007

FREE PATTERN - Lumberjack Flannelghan

This pattern was originally published at Crochetville in the Lumberjack Flannelghan CAL. You'll find a long list of completed Flannelghans with links in the 1st post. If you're in need of inspiration or color combination ideas - you'll find lots of them here.

For those of you who know Jimbo - our resident hook maker at C'ville - you can check out his flannelghan at his blog, Jimbo's Front Porch. For those of you that don't know Jimbo, please take this opportunity to find out all about him.

Size - 4 1/2 ft x 6 ft
Materials - 2 colors WW yarn - 5-7 pounds, N hook
Gauge - Each strip is 7 blocks of color long.
10" across = 17dc
10" up&down = 13 rows

Afghan is made holding 2 strands of yarn together
Afghan is made of 5 strips whipstitched together with a border crocheted around it.

Directions -

Strip 1 - make 3
ch 19, dc in 4th ch from hook,
Rows 1 - 13 - 2 strands blue dc across - (17dc)
Rows 14 - 26 - 1 strand blue, 1 strand orange - dc across
continue alternating colors until strip measures 7 colors blocks long. tie off.

Strip 2
- make 2
Block 1 - varigated
Block 2 - orange
continue alternating colors until strip measures 7 colors blocks long. tie off.

Joining - Whipstitch strips together.
- It may be simpler to sc a round around the strip prior to sewing strips.
- If you tie the corners of the blocks together before you begin stitching it will help keep the rows in line)
-Refer to pic for color placement.

Border -

Round1 - in blue - hdc in each st on top and bottom.
2hdc in each st along the sides. (The dc is a tall stitch so it takes 2 stitches in each for the border)
Corner shell - hdc,ch1, hdc in each corner
R 2 - in white - *V-st (dc,ch1,dc), skip next 2 stiches* repeat around entire afghan.
Corners - Vst, ch1, Vst
R 3-4 - in blue - dc in each st around
Corners - dc,ch1,dc
R 5 - reverse sc (crabstitch) around
or sc around depending on skill level

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  1. I keep coming back to this pattern!! I never make anything for me and thought I might give it a try in red and black! Thank you for posting the pattern and picture.

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