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  • Re: The Official Chain Reaction Afghan Project CAL

    Hello Marci, It appears to me that there is a minor error in the directions for the border of Circles Squared. The printed directions for border rounds 2-5 call for one round each of D (orange), E (purple), D (orange) and B (cream). However, the picture seems to show that round 4 should be worked in...
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project by bimshire68 on Oct 13, 2014
  • Re: The Official Chain Reaction Afghan Project CAL

    If you are new to crochet this project will be almost impossible to complete. I started it two years ago. I was so frustrated by the awful instructions that I had to stop working on it for several months and have paid my LYS for help with completing the project.My LYS has been conducting a yearlong class...
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project by mdessent1 on Aug 17, 2013
  • Re: Chain Reaction Afghan Questions

    Hi, I can't seem to find the button to make a new post so I'll just reply to this one...I have almost finished my chain reaction afghan but I do have a question...When it comes to the border the pattern doesn't say which side should be facing you when you put the border on....I may have it...
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project by Amabbott927 on Mar 20, 2012
  • Re: The Official Chain Reaction Afghan Project CAL

    Don't you love Kathy Merrick's Circles Squared block? It's a little fiddly, sure, but I rather enjoyed it. I like to have some focused work among some of my more straightforward crochet. I took a bunch of pictures while I was working on this square, to show the joins. Let's take it from...
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project by Marcy Smith on Oct 26, 2011
  • Circles Squared pattern from Chain Reaction Afghan Project

    Hi, I just discovered the Chain Reaction Afghan and think it's fabulous! However, I missed the crochet-along. I have started the Circles Squared pattern and am not happy with my joins, they're very messy looking! I'm obviously doing something wrong. Not sure if I'm holding it facing the...
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project by angelwing on Jul 19, 2011
  • Baby Blanket

    I used the Picture Frame Square in alternate rows of Pink and Vanilla to make a baby blanket for my boss's new baby girl. It turnd out quite nice. Everybody loved the pattern and It got me a comission to make another baby blanket for a little baby boy. I will have to find a different square more...
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project by raeann48 on Nov 1, 2010
  • The Official Chain Reaction Afghan Project CAL

    Welcome to the Chain Reaction Project Crochet-Along! If you joined us earlier to start the squares, you'll notice that this is a brand-new introduction. If you're just joining, welcome aboard! Here is the Chain Reaction Afghan, all put together, as seen in the Summer 2011 issue of Interweave...
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project by Marcy Smith on Oct 22, 2010
  • Autumn Interwoven - Chain Reaction Project Voting Page

    This block is made of 12 strips in 6 colors that are woven and then connected by a crocheted-on edging. I crocheted it in Naturally Caron Country. I LOVE the colors in this block--the beautiful autumn colors and the pop of that blue. I love how the strips woven together make a double-thick block that...
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project - Vote Now by Toni Rexroat on Aug 11, 2010
    Filed under: Chain Reaction Afghan Project
  • Bright Garden - Chain Reaction Project Voting Page

    I saw this color combo in a flower arrangement and I've always liked it. Vanna's Choice Terracotta, Brick, Magenta, Olive, Kelly Green, and Pea Green.
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project - Vote Now by Toni Rexroat on Aug 11, 2010
    Filed under: Chain Reaction Afghan Project
  • A Summer's Day

    I wanted to borrow from the quilting world to see if I could crochet a 'landscape' scene. I also wanted to avoid having to return to the project to add clouds & flowers--these are all stitched (in a variety of crochet stitches) as you go 'from the ground up'!
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project - Submissions by AnnMaire on Aug 3, 2010
    Filed under: 12 inch block, chain reaction afghan project, worsted-weight
  • Borders in a Square

    Various crocheted borders on a square.
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project - Submissions by Bryee on Aug 3, 2010
    Filed under: chain reaction afghan project
  • A Colorful Filet Rose With Leaf

    This was a tricky square to work out since you have to have several colors connected at once but after I got the hang of it it worked up pretty quick without frustration on my part as long as I left it in one place so my yarn didn't get tangled. But I think the way it looks when it's done is...
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project - Submissions by Jessica Elisabeth on Aug 3, 2010
    Filed under: square, block, crochet, 100% cotton yarn, 12 inch block, 12" Square, filet crochet, Comfort, pink, white, chain reaction, afgan square, yarn, afghan square, 12 inch, 12 inch square, chain reaction afghan project, 12-inch Square, contest, design, worsted-weight, colorful
  • Broomstick Lace

    12-inch squares provide the perfect opportunity to try a new technique without making a big commitment! Used a 50mm knitting needle for the "broomstick".
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project - Submissions by DebS@12 on Aug 1, 2010
    Filed under: chain reaction afghan project, 12-inch Square, Broomstick Lace
  • Blanca's Blocks

    This patterns was created by working two colors (Caron Simply Soft in Chocolate and Pink) at the same time. It is a sample of the baby blanket I am making for my neice. I have already used this pattern for my son (baby blue and off white) and daughter (pink and varigated pink and yellow) in other colors...
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project - Submissions by jerel on Jul 28, 2010
    Filed under: chain reaction afghan project, blocks, two color
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