Cats Afghan Free Crochet Pattern


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Cats Afghan by Sandra Miller Maxfield will bring the attention of every kid and cat lover around. This blanket will also be an eye-catching addition to any children room. Cute cats will be also a perfect idea for the baby blanket or stroller blanket for spring. For more free designs every day follow us on Facebook. Link to that pattern is below

Skills: Easy to Intermediate       Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver Solids

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Cats Afghan – visit free pattern site.  More details about hook and yarn you can find on Ravelry.

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  1. Could not work out which of the large number of “download” links was actually for the pattern, very confusing 🙁

  2. Between the big green button and the ‘Save this on Pintrest” button are two sentences. The “visit the free jpattern site” is in the first sentence. I had to read the comments and go back to the top, read everything, before I found it. The afghan is really cute and I am glad I found the pattern, just hate jumping through hoops to find it.
    Both my sisters like cats, I am going to try using all my scraps to make one for each of them. Wish me luck!!

  3. Why 166 chains if the graph shows 40 block, each representing 2dcs?That adds op to 80, not 164, which is what the starting chain plus turn 3 is? Am I missing something?

    1. Crochet the pattern twice across. Each square represents 2 double crochet stitches. There are 2 extra stitches on either side of the blanket, making a black border all around. The pattern tells you how many rows to make, in which you repeat the pattern vertically. Good luck!

    2. I noticed the cats are reversed in some of the afghans other people have done and like it better, I reversed the graph but the numbers are backwards. How do you follow the graph for the rows when turning, the colors don’t match up.

  4. Is there a way to make this into a dishcloth? (shrink the pattern?) Beautiful job, I just love this!
    Thank you!

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