Rainbow Afghan Pattern



Finally I found the pattern that I was looking for and is with the step by step. The pattern that I share with you is the Rainbow Afghan, which is a very fun pattern to make and brings me enormous joy.

It is a pattern that reminds me of a rainbow of all colors that is used and for you a curve imitating a rainbow and then the white as if it were the clouds, simply fantastic to see and also to do.

It must be a unique sensation to see the result. Enjoy that this pattern is intermediate level so it is not so difficult to do, but as I always say, nothing that willpower and dedication does not make it possible to make an incredible pattern even if it is not at the level of the pattern.

Default Information

Afghan Size – 48 “wide x 64” long
Yarn weight – Worsted (9 wpi) ?
Gauge – 4 stitches and 4 rows = 1 inch in Each full fan = 15″ wide at widest point x 8″deep from point to opposite edge
Hook size – 5.0 mm (H)

Materials

  • Yarn 4 ply hair weight:
    – 48 ounces white (A),
    – 8 ounces each of red (B),
    – orange (C),
    – yellow (D),
    – lemon green (E),
    – turquoise (F),
    – med. blue (G)
    – lavender (H)
  • Crochet needle
  • Hook specified above
  • Tapestry Needle

Gauge

4 sc = 1 “;
4 lines = 1 “
Each full fan = 15 “wide (at the widest point) x8” deep

This Afghan is composed of 38 full fans and 14 half fans that are sewn after. Let’s start by explaining with the 38 full fans.

Full Fan: making 35 colored and 3 white
Start at the bottom with A, ch 2,

ROW 1: Sc on the second ch from hook.ch 1 turn. From this point on ch 1, it should turn at the end of each line you make, unless otherwise noted.

ROW 2: (right side); 3 sc in sc.

ROW 3: 2 sc in the first sc-inc. did; sc at the next sc, 2 sc at the last sc – inc. made – 5 sc.

In Sinks: 4-11: continue to increase the points on the first and last sc until you have 21 sc.

ROW 12: 2 sc in the first sc * sc in each of the next 4 SC, 2 SC in the next SC; repeat 3 times more – 26sc.

 

ROW 13: Sc on each sc through. Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc of the next line), rotate.

ROW 14: Dc in the first bp and in each bp through the last bp, 2 bp in the last bp-28 bp. Ch 1, turn around.

ROW 15: sc in each dc – 28 sc. Ch 3, turn around.

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2 thoughts on “Rainbow Afghan Pattern

  • 5 de January de 2019 at 17:34
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    I am crocheting this for a ‘rainbow’ baby. Want to make half the size. So 24 by 32. Don’t know how to convert the rainbows to smaller size. Can you advise?

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  • 7 de January de 2019 at 04:12
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    This pattern is so beautiful maybe a tutorial video to help with some of the stitches

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