Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Camo Afghan

You might recall the afghan I shared in this particular post.  I made this for my son for Christmas. He, of course, didn’t know I was making it and when he was in town on Black Friday he couldn’t get the item he was after…but he did come across a great sale on yarn.  So he brought home six big skeins of camo yarn so I could make him an afghan.  LOL  Well, about two weeks ago I asked him if he still wanted me to make an afghan using that yarn since I had made him an afghan for Christmas. He said, yes, it would be nice. So I got busy, and this is what I made.  A simple granny square camo afghan, with a dc, sc and shell edging.  I love how this one turned out.  Should have skipped the other one and just made one like this!  LOL


A close-up for you.  :)



  1. Turned out great. Sometimes the simpler patterns are the nicest. Great job.

  2. My son would love that. I have often thought about making him one made out of camouflage. Good job.

    1. Thank you! :) I loved how quickly it worked up. I am impatient when it comes to bigger afghans, but this one zipped right along. LOL

  3. I love this and would like to make it but cant seem to down load the pattern. Can you help? Thank-you! Tami Rockwell tkrockwell@outlook.com

  4. I love the afghan. Where can I get the pattern?

  5. Anonymous...there is no pattern for this particular afghan. I just did a basic granny square and did a shell edging. :)