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Crochet Stained Glass Square

Crochet afghans are a great way to add warmth and personality to any room in your home. If you are looking for a new afghan pattern to try out, the Stained Glass Square – 8″ Afghan Block Pattern is an excellent choice. This pattern features a stunning geometric design that looks like a stained glass window. In this article, we will guide you through the steps to create this beautiful afghan block pattern.

Materials Needed

To start with, gather the necessary materials for this project. You will need:

  • Worsted weight yarn in five colors (we suggest black, white, red, blue, and yellow)
  • A size H (5mm) crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

Pattern Instructions

Step 1: Foundation Chain

Begin by creating a foundation chain of 28 stitches with the black yarn. Chain an additional two stitches, then turn your work.

Step 2: First Row

Double crochet (DC) into the fourth stitch from your hook. DC in each stitch across until you have three stitches left. DC2TOG (double crochet two together) in the last two stitches. Chain two, then turn.

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Step 3: Second Row

Double crochet in the first stitch, and DC in each stitch across until you reach the two chains from the previous row. DC2TOG in the chains, then DC in the last stitch. Chain two, then turn.

Step 4: Third Row

Repeat the second row, but use the white yarn instead of the black.

Step 5: Fourth Row

Using the red yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 6: Fifth Row

Using the blue yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 7: Sixth Row

Using the yellow yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 8: Seventh Row

Using the black yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 9: Eighth Row

Using the white yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 10: Ninth Row

Using the red yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 11: Tenth Row

Using the blue yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 12: Eleventh Row

Using the yellow yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 13: Twelfth Row

Using the black yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 14: Thirteenth Row

Using the white yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 15: Fourteenth Row

Using the red yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 16: Fifteenth Row

Using the blue yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 17: Sixteenth Row

Using the yellow yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 18: Seventeenth Row

Using the black yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 19: Eighteenth Row

Using the white yarn, repeat the second row.

Step 20: Nineteenth Row

Double crochet in each stitch across until you reach the two chains from the previous row. DC2TOG in the chains, then DC in the last stitch. Fasten off and weave in the ends.

Step 21: Block Your Square

After completing your square, it is important to block it to ensure it has a uniform shape and size. Wet your square with water and lay it flat on a clean towel. Use pins to stretch the square into the desired shape, then let it dry completely before removing the pins.

Conclusion

Crocheting the Stained Glass Square – 8″ Afghan Block Pattern can seem intimidating, but with the right tools and guidance, it is a fun and rewarding project. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can create a beautiful and unique afghan block pattern that will add warmth and personality to your home.

See how to make this beautiful pattern here.

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We, here at the Crochet Easy Patterns blog, wish all our beloved and dear artisans an excellent week, full of God’s grace in their homes, much health, peace, love, happiness, harmony, prosperity and especially a lot of good cheer to start yet today another beautiful crochet yarn craft pattern.
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