Afghan pyramid quilt - Afghan Crochet Dots free standard crochet afghan

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Crochet Afghan Pattern:
afghan pyramid


MATERIALS REQUIRED
BEAR BRAND or BUCILLA Zephyr Germantown: 7 Brown balls No. 542, 6 Green balls No. 814, 5 Brown balls No. 540, Tan No. 536, Green No. 818 and 820, Delft Blue No. 446; 4 balls of Delft Blue No. 450; 3 balls Tan No. 532; 1 burnt orange ball No. 909 and yellow No. 806
Celluloid NECKLACE Crochet Hook No. 4.

(Grades)
9 sts = 2 inches 5 lines = 1 inch
The approximate final size of this afghan crochet pyramid is 48 "x 72".
STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS
Squares for this Afghan pyramid
With Yellow No. 806, ch 2, 3 sc in the 2nd ch, ch 1 and turn.
2nd row - 1 sc in the 1st point, occupying the two wires of st below. 3 dc at the next point, 1 dc at the rear end, 1 dc and turn.
3rd career - 1 dc at each point (5 pts), 1 pc and turn.
4th row - 1 sb on each of the 2 sts, 3 sts on the next spheres (middle), 1 sb on each of the last sts, 1 sts and turn.
5th row - 1 st in each of the 3 sts, 3 sts in the center, 1 st in each of the last 3 sts, 1 pc and turn.
6 st row - 1 dc on each of the 4 sts, 3 sts in the center, 1 dc on each of the last 4 sts; cut the wire and draw the end through the loop on the hook.
7th Line - Turn, with tan 532, loop on the hook. 1 sc in each of the 5 sts, 3 sc in the center, 1 sc in each of the last 5 sts, 1 ch and turn.
8 st row - 1 dc on each of the 6 sts, 3 dc in the center, 1 dc on each of the remaining 6 sts, 1 pc and roll (15 sts).
9th row - 1 dc on each m / p, do not increase to 115 sts on right), 1 pc and rotate.
10th career - 1 dc in each of the 7 dots, 3 dc in the center, 1 dc in each of the remaining 7 dots, 1 dc and rotate.
11th lap - 1 dc in each point for center, 3 dc in center, 1 dc on each sts, 1 pc and turn (19 sts).
12th Line - Same as 11th line (21 career points), interrupt the wire and pull the tip through the loop on the hook. Continue adding 6 lines of each color; increase, making 3 sts in the center of each row, except in the 3rd row of each color; there will be 5 sts more on each side of the center at the end of each track. Use colors as follows; 6 lines (13 to 18) tan 536, 6 brown lines 540, 6 brown lines 542, 6 green lines 820, 6 green lines 818; break and dance on all ends.
Make 20 of these squares ("green" squares) for this pyramid afghan.
Using burnt orange No. 909, follow the direction for the first 6 rows of green square, then work 6 rows each of tan 532 and 536, brown 540 and 542, blue 450 and 446.
Make 15 of these squares ("blue" squares) for this pyramid afghan.
Triangles for this Afghan pyramid
With burned orange No, 909, ch 2, 2 sc in the 2nd point, 1 ch and rotate, 2 sc in the 1st point, 1 sc in the end of pax, 1 ch and rotate.
3rd row - 1 dc on each of the 3 career sts below, 1 pc and turn.
4th row - 2 dc on 1st point, 1 dc on each of the remaining 2 sts, 1 pc and turn.
5th row - 1 dc on each of the first 3 sts, 2 dc at least, 1 ch and turn.
6th row - 2 sc in 1st sc, 1 sc in each of the remaining 4 sts, split yarn and finish washer through hook.
Seventh row - With 532, loop on hook, 1 dc on each of the first 5 sts, 2 dc on the last point, 1 pc and rotate.
8 lap - 2 dc at 1st point, 1 dc at each point to finish, 1 pc and turn.
9th Line - 1 dc in each st to the end of the line, thus omitting the increase, ch 1 and turn.
10th row - 2 dc in first point, 1 dc in each of the 7 sts, 1 pc and turn.
11th line - 1 sc on each st, ch 1 and turn.
12th lap - 2 dc at 1st point, 1 dc at each point to finish, finish and pull the end through a turn on the hook. Continue this way to increase only one side except the third line of each track, which is even worked. Use colors as follows: 6 lines each of tan 536, brown 540, 542, blue 450, 446.
Make 5 of these triangles; they are all to one side of the blanket. Make 5 triangles also to the other side, with the slope in the opposite direction.
First 2 lines - Ch 2, 2 sc in 2nd point, 1 ch, rotate, 1 sc in 1st point, 2 sc in 1st point, 1 ch and rotate.
3rd row - 1 dc in each st, ch 1 and turn.
4th row - 1 dc in each of the first 2 sts, 2 dc at least, 1 pc and turn.
5th row - 2 dc on 1st point, 1 dc on each of the remaining 3 sts, 1 pc and turn. Continue in this way to have the slope at the opposite end to the slope of the first triangles (when the right side of both are up); use the same colors on all triangles.
Joining the parts of the Afghan pyramid
With the number 814 green and from the wrong side of the last row of a green square, drill 1 dc on each sts (35) for m / p, 3 sts in the air. 1 dc on each of the 35 sts on the other side to profile on each of the 35 dots on another green square, 3 dc on the upper rail, 1 dc on each of the 35 dc on the other side; continue this way until 4 green squares are joined.
2nd row - Ch 1, turn, jump 1st st, 1 dc on each of the 35 sts, work 2 dc at the most, 1 sts on each of the 35 sts, skip 2 sts (the remaining first st of the next slope); repeat from 2 sts at the end of the row, skip 1 st, 1 st on the last stitch.
3rd row - Ch 1, turn, jump first point, * 1 dc at each point up to 1 m from the end of the first square (omitting the raise at the top, as in the 3rd row of all squares), skip 2 sts (1 of each square); repeat from 2 sts at the end of the row, skip 1 st, 1 st on the last stitch.
4th row - Ch 1, turn, jump first, 1 dc at each point, 3 sts at 1m from each point, jump 2 sts between squares, jump next to last point, 1 dc at last point.
Work 2 more lines in the same way as the fourth line and stop. The right side of the last line is the right side of the job. Cursed in every purpose.
Similarly, crochet all green squares, in separate sets of 4 (5 sets, in all). Sew 3 blue squares on each set of green squares as follows (see illustration): place the last line of a blue square with the wrong side up along with the end of the lines on the left edge of a green square and sew -the ones with blue thread No. 446, taking the threads of the threads and the two threads of the blues. Take sts together, but be careful not to leave seams drawn.
Sew the 5 strips of green and blue squares as shown in the illustration, and then stitch the 5 triangles on each side.






Small Squares in the Upper End of Afghan Pyramid
Follow the directions for blue squares in the first 18 lines and stop. Make 3 of these small squares and make 2 triangles to the sides, following the instructions for the first 18 rows of the large triangles. Place as shown in the chart and sew them together.
Light Green Stripe in Lower Pyramid Slam Dunk
With the number 814 green, 285, jump first, 1 sb on each of the 35 sts, 3 sts on the next sash, * 1 sb on each of the 70 sts, 3 sts on the 1st sts; repeat of * twice, 1 dc in each of the last 35 points.
2nd round - Ch 1, turn, jump in half, 1 dc on each of the 35 sts, * 3 sts on the next pbx (center of increase on next row), 1 dc on each of the 35 sts, skip 2 sts ; repeat from 2 sts at the end of the row, skip 1 st, 1 st on the last stitch.
3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Rows - Follow the instructions for these lines by joining the green squares row. Sew this green band on the bottom edge of the blanket.
Small Squares in the Lower End of Afghan Pyramid




Follow the instructions for the first 18 rows of large squares, but use the colors as follows: the first 6 rows brown No. 542, then 6 green rows 820 and 6 green rows 818; break up.
Make 4 of these small squares and sew them in place (st to st) as shown in the afghan pyramid figure.
Sharpening for this Afghan pyramid
With 542 brown and from the right side, make 1 dc on the first 18 sts on the lower edge of the pyramid, 18 sts on the edge of the next square (1 m / s for each row), 1 m 17 sts on the other edge of the workpiece, 18 sts on the edge of the first slope of the next stitch, 2 sts on the wrong side, 18 sts on the other slope; repeat from the end, 3 sc in the corner of st; Continue on next row to the Afghan pyramid, with 13 sts on each 12 rows, 3 sts on the next corner, 1 sts on each sts, 2 sts on the sts, 3 sts on the corner, 13 sts for each 12 careers on the other side; Join with a st of slip, but do not turn.
2nd lap - 1 sc in each of the 5 sts, draw a loop on the next stitch, loosen the threads and, with brown 540, pass 2 turns on the hook, 1 sc in the next 5, pass the brown thread 542, draw a loop at the next point, loosen the wire and draw 542 brown through the 2 loops on the hook, 1 dc in each of the next 5, working on the brown wire of 540; repeat from * around, thus making 6 sts of each color and always keeping the yarn out of use inside the sts.
Join with a slip point at the end and close.
You just made the crochet of this vintage pyramid pyramid.



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