Hue Shift Afghan Crochet is the perfect project for all you crochet enthusiasts out there. This afghan is designed to shift colors gradually from one side to the other, creating a mesmerizing effect. Although this afghan is relatively simple to crochet, it’s also versatile enough to be used in many different ways. Whether you’re looking for a cozy project to take up your days or something to show off at your next party, Hue Shift Afghan Crochet is the perfect choice.
This hue shift Afghan crochet pattern is worked in a continuous round from the top down. The chevrons are created by alternating two colors, knitting one color while purling the other. The result is a series of checks that alternate between the two colors. This pattern can be worked in any weight of yarn, but it’s especially beautiful in soft DK or light worsted weight yarns.
(multiple of 8 stitches + 2)
Rnd 1: With A, ch 4 (counts as first dc), work 2 dc into second ch from hook and each ch across; join with a sl st to first dc.
Rnd 2: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), work 1 dc into each of the next 3 dc, *dc into next 4 sts, rep from * until end of round; join with a sl st to first dc.
Rnd 3: Ch 1 (does not count as stitch), sc into each st around; join with a sl st to first sc.
Rnd 4-7: Rep Rnd 2. Fasten off A.
Afghans are one of the most popular crochet patterns, and for good reason. They’re easy to make, and can be made in any size you need. The Hue Shift Afghan is a perfect example of an Afghan that uses color changes to create a unique design. This pattern is worked in the round, starting with a band of color A, followed by a band of color B, and so on. The final round is worked in color C, using only the colors A and B. This creates a beautiful shift effect as the colors change!
This is a chochet crochet stitch, which is also known as the Tunisian crochet stitch. You will need to know how to do basic crochet stitches before you can learn this stitch. The chochet stitch is worked over one double crochet and two single crochets. It’s worked in the same way as the regular crochet stitch, but you insert your hook under both loops of the previous row’s double crochet and single crochet, then pull through all three loops on your hook.
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