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Made for my mother for Christmas, I used Lion Brand Yarn's pattern: Crochet Checkmate Afghan. Made with Red Heart Super Saver Yarn for an ultra warm blanket, and a size K crochet hook. Made in rows with the color change along each row, so the afghan is all one piece. Made in about three weeks. My mother adores this blanket!

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EdieAngel (author)2008-05-25

I would like to ask you if you could send me the pattern and pics to make this beautiful afghan. Thank you in advance. edieangel2@windstream.net

deadalchemist (author)2008-02-21

I would definitely say go for it! I thought the pattern was pretty easy. The only thing I believe would be confusing would be the color changes, but I found a great method to hiding loose ends so they would not show through which in the near future I will make an instructable for. So if you'd like to make this blanket, stay tuned!

bcharmer (author)2008-02-03

At a distance it certainly looks like it's woven with wide strips....very impressive work.

stinkymum (author)2008-01-23

The colours are really nice, makes me think of licorice allsorts (an English candy)

deadalchemist (author)stinkymum2008-01-23

mm, i know those! i sell them at the drug store i work out and yes! you're right!

Zontee at Lion Brand (author)2008-01-23

Very nice! Good job with the pattern!

cpackard (author)2008-01-21

This looks great - I am really impressed with your hidden color changes!

babakers5 (author)2008-01-07

I really like the design on this particular afghan. It's an eye catcher with the different colors. I really like it. It looks like a lattice pattern.

sdeepthinker (author)2008-01-07

I love this and your colors are so much prettier than the one shown with the pattern. Great job!

robingale (author)2008-01-06

Great job! You do really nice work. I like the pattern and the colors.

GorillazMiko (author)2008-01-06

Wow, that looks great on your couch! Also, dang, this is like the 10th Slideshow I commented today, there sure are a lot! Nice job!

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