Crochet is one of those crafts that can be taken up in a million different ways. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced crafter, there’s a crochet project out there just for you. And if you love the look of peacock plumes, there’s no better time to learn how to make them than now. In this blog post, we will teach you how to make peacock plumes Afghan crochet. This pattern is easy to follow and requires only basic crochet skills. Once you finish it, you’ll be able to show off your dazzling workmanship to everyone you know!

    Afghan crochet consists of crocheting in the round with a yarn needle, and is one of the most popular crochet patterns. This afghan has a complex design that uses multiple colors of yarn. The pattern uses a variation of the traditional granny square motif, which can quickly get complicated. The instructions are written in standard US terms and include images to help you along.

    Afghans are one of the most popular crochet patterns ever, and they’re also really easy to make. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to make an Afghan using Peacock Plumes crochet pattern. This particular Afghan is made up of six panels that can be worked in any order you like. You will need a DK weight yarn in pink, green, purple, black, light blue and brown for this project. We recommend using a size H (5.0 mm) crochet hook for this pattern.

    Peacock Plumes Afghan Crochet
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    To begin this Afghan, chain 98 stitches. Pin a piece of paper to your work space to help keep track of your stitch count as you work. Begin by crocheting each panel starting with the top-left corner and working your way down the row. You will need to crochet three columns of eight stitches each before joining together to form the top edge of the panel. Make sure that you join your stitches evenly along the edge so that your panel is perfect when finished.

    Next, turn your work so that the wrong side is facing out and begin working another column of stitches in light blue along the bottom edge of your previously completed panel. Do not join these two rows together yet – we will do that later on in the tutorial. Now continue crocheting until you reach the end of your light blue row – there should be nine stitches remaining on your hook.

    To finish off this row, yarn over once and pull through all.

    Looking to crochet an afghan but not sure where to start? This crochet blanket is a great place to start. It’s easy to follow and the end result is a beautiful, colorful piece of fabric. The blanket is made up of 14 rows of alternating colors and takes around 60 hours to complete. You will need basic crochet stitches and some special techniques for this project, so be sure to check out the tutorial below before getting started.

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    Learn how to make Peacock Plumes Afghan Crochet :

    Access the free pattern / Peacock Plumes Afghan Crochet

    If you liked this pattern, but you want to see some more options of crochet yarn craft patterns, below we will leave some more models for you to be inspired by:

    Granny Square Blanket Crochet

    Hue Shift Afghan Crochet

    Vintage Fan Ripple Stitch

    We wish you all a great week, full of God’s blessings in your homes, and especially a lot of creativity to start another crochet yarn craft project.
    With love and affection, I Love Crochet!