MysteryGhan 2020 Mini-Clue

Who is ready to Crochet Along with JulieAnny as we work through the eight weeks of Clues in MysteryGhan 2020 beginning January 3, 2020? The Mini-Clue and Intro is now available for download on Ravelry.

Create your own beautiful and unique afghan as you share and chat on my Ravelry Board and my Facebook Crochet-Along Group. The pattern is presented as a Mystery, so please do not post spoiler photos in the first photo of your project or on the boards except in designated spots.

Pattern is free with Coupon Code during the CAL until January 31, 2020. Code is Mghan2020, enter as prompted on the Ravelry purchase link. While you are here on the blog, please clink on my links to purchase yarn and I will receive a commission. Yarn Packs are available in my Designer Store at Deramores. Click into the site from here, buy anything, and I will get credit, thanks! I also have an affiliate relationship with Wool WarehouseLion Brand Yarn,  Yarnspirations, and KnitPicks/WeCrochet. I’m a new affiliate at Knit Picks and their new crochet-centered site We Crochet – click here and get a free We Crochet magazine with any $20.00 purchase with code 1MAGFREE at checkout.

Download Mini-Clue/Introduction now and you will automatically receive Ravelry updates each week of the CAL.

Pattern in an aran-weight yarn requires about 3200 yards for a finished size of 66”. In dk weight, less yarn is needed but the sizing will be smaller. You can make as a lapghan or add to border – will suggest at the end.

Pattern consists of many motifs with a simple join and a surprise ending. Designed for the intermediate crochet or advanced beginner – some post stitches, popcorns, and interesting techniques, but mostly easy, like all my patterns.

Please make a Ravelry project page and spread the word on social media! Use hashtags #crochetalongwithjulieanny #mysteryghan2020 #mghan2020

If you purchase yarn through any of my links, I will receive a commission. Look for good prices at DeramoresWool WarehouseLion Brand Yarn, Yarnspirations, or KnitPicks/WeCrochet. Thanks for thinking of me when you make your next yarn purchase.

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