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Caron International, All Rights Reserved

(Posted with Permission from Caron International)
Please visit the Caron Website as a thank you for their graciousness.

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Baby's ABC's Baby Afghan Crochet Pattern  - Free Crochet Pattern Courtesy of - Reposted with permission from Caron International

NOTE: The above information does not list the size skeins of Caron Simply Soft.
I use Bernat Baby Coordinates which is a Size 3 yarn:
with a size G hook. I weighed the last afghan I made and
it weighed 1lb 5-3/8 ounces
(so that one took 22 ounces to make using Bernat Baby Coordinates).

<< Lisa's Tips for making this afghan >>

Here is a larger copy of the graph:
Inside each square (between the puff stitch dividers) is 27 stitches tall x 27 stitches wide.
Each letter is 13 stitches tall x 7 stitches wide.

I’ve made this pattern many times.
I like working the border as I go instead of adding it later... therefore I add
4 more stitches to my foundation chain in order to incorporate two extra stitches on each side of the afghan... placing puff stitches to form the edges.

I add two additional rows to the beginning and two additional rows to the end.
To begin I work Row 1 all single crochet... then Row 2 I work the same as Row 28.
For Row 168 I work the same as Row 28 and then finish working Row 169 in all single crochet.

To read the graph you begin where it says “start” (unless you work the border like I suggest).
Read Row 1 from Right to Left.
Read Row 2 from Left to Right.
Continue reading all ODD rows from Right to Left and all EVEN rows from Left to Right.

Watch the Video:
How to Crochet - Tips about Baby's ABC's

Watch the Video:
How to Crochet - Baby's ABCs Afghan in Multiple Colors

Baby's ABCs Afghan in Multiple Colors
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Use the following graph if you want to add hearts in the corner blocks:




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