CAL – Afghan Squares starts soon! Nov. 2

NEXT CAL – CROCHET A-LONG starts Monday, Nov 2.  Crochet along with me on the Julie Yeager Designs board on Ravelry, and on my Facebook CAL page.  Info will be updated here on my blog  and on my Ravelry board.    I have about 30 afghan square patterns, but we’ll feature 18, two per week for 9 weeks.  One pattern will be free and the other a paid pattern.  Use one or all of the patterns to customize your own blanket.  Color suggestions and yarn amounts can be found in previous posts.  All are welcome.

EDIT: I am putting together an e-book with all 18 patterns for $15.00. If you recently purchased some and wish you would have waited, send me a message and we will work it out. 🙂

CAL 2015


Free: Crochet Clusters Afghan Square (with Coupon Code)
Paid: Floral Fantasy Afghan Square
Free: Fantastic Afghan Square (Free on Blog)
Paid: Eight Pointed Flower Afghan Square
Free: Loopy Dishcloth or Afghan Square (Will Debut as free on blog)
Paid: Spiky Circle
Free: Sweet and Fair
Paid: Catalina
Free: Sun Catcher
Paid: Holiday Ornament Afghan Square
Free: Margaret Afghan Square (Will debut as free on blog), Puff Wheat bonus square from Margaret MacInnis (coupon code on blog)
Paid: In Treble
Free: Spiral Circle to Square (Coupon Code)
Paid: Firenze Afghan Square
Free: Viva La Vida (debut free on blog)
Paid: Mum in Treble
Free: Circle Star or Heart to Heart (will debut free on blog)
Paid: JulieAnny’s Stained Glass Afghan Square

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One thought on “CAL – Afghan Squares starts soon! Nov. 2

  1. Thank you very much for the coupon, I really appreciate it.

    I like this CAL because I usually hang back to see what the blanket will look like before I get going but now it’s easier for me to visualize as we go along.

    Your blankets are always great!

    I’m going to try to get my yarn through a link here on your website, I just have to browse around for the colors I have in mind.

    It really helped me plan when you mentioned to buy about 1 skein for ea square, that gives me a better idea for how much yarn to buy and to make sure I have Extra 🙂

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