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Chain Reaction Afghan Project

In times of strife and in times of joy, crocheters come together to turn individual squares or strips into a group afghan, a collaborative expression of their affection for others. Often, crocheters come together to make an afghan to give away to people they don’t even know, people in need of the comfort only an afghan can provide. Tell us your stories of how your group has come together to make an afghan.

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