Click for the Crochetnmore home Page

Free Crochet Patterns from Crochet N More

Free Newsletter
Four New free crochet patterns each month. Delivered twice a month.

Enter Email Address to subscribe to our Newsletter:

Patterns we Sell
Our Newest Patterns
Free Pattern Directory
Our Blog
About Us
Crochet Basics
Crochet Tips
Crochet Links
Crochet Supplies
How to read a pattern
Help Me Crochet
Knitting Links
Buy our patterns
Newsletter Archive
Our Amazon Books
Crochet Resources
Message Board
Visit our T-Shirt Shop
Craft Books
Our Videos

Donate to CNM

Check Out

The Dog House
The Scratching Post

Jesus First
My Testimony
Prayer List
Bible Trivia
Do You Know Jesus?
Ten Commandments

Help Us Out

Donate to CNM
Link To Us

CE Links
Charity Links
Cool Links

Privacy Policy
Contact Us
Site Map

On Sale Now at 

Crochet Patterns | Afghans | Air Fresheners | Baby | Bath | Bookmarks | Coasters & Doilies | Dolls & Accessories
Hair & Fashion Accessories | Holiday | Kitchen | Knit Patterns | Miscellaneous | Pets | Religious

Follow Crochetnmore on Twitter Follow us on Facebook


Row Count
Afghan Square
Crochet Pattern

Crochet pattern courtesy of Crochet 'N' More
Click below to learn more about CNM:
Tisa Enterprises, All Rights Reserved

November 15, 2013

To print a new copy visit:

Row Count Football Afghan Square Crochet Pattern

Measures 7-1/2" x 7-1/2"

The following pattern is my original design.
Please only copy or print this pattern for personal use.
Please contact me if you find any errors.


Red Heart Super Saver-4ply worsted weight
Abbreviations for colors:
     White (MC) - less than 1 oz
     Brown (CC) - less than 1 oz

Hook Size G
Yarn Needle

Stitches: ch, sc, sl st.

Pattern specifies how many single crochet stitches to work for each color.

Difficulty:  MEDIUM

R1: With MC, ch29. Sc in the 2nd ch from the hook and in ea rem ch. (28sc)

R2: Ch1, turn. 28MC

R3: Ch1, turn. 28MC

R4: Ch1, turn. 28MC

R5: Ch1, turn. 4MC, 7CC, 17MC

R6: Ch1, turn. 15MC, 9CC, 4MC

R7: Ch1, turn. 4MC, 11CC, 13MC

R8: Ch1, turn. 11MC, 13CC, 4MC

R9: Ch1, turn. 4MC, 14CC, 10MC

R10: Ch1, turn. 9MC, 15CC, 4MC

R11: Ch1, turn. 4MC, 16CC, 8MC

R12: Ch1, turn. 7MC, 16CC, 5MC

R13: Ch1, turn. 5MC, 17CC, 6MC

R14: Ch1, turn. 6MC, 17CC, 5MC

R15: Ch1, turn. 6MC, 16CC, 6MC

R16: Ch1, turn. 5MC, 17CC, 6MC

R17: Ch1, turn. 7MC, 16CC, 5MC

R18: Ch1, turn. 5MC, 16CC, 7MC

R19: Ch1, turn. 8MC, 15CC, 5MC

R20: Ch1, turn.5MC, 14CC, 9MC

R21: Ch1, turn. 11MC, 12CC, 5MC

R22: Ch1, turn. 5MC, 10CC, 13MC

R23: Ch1, turn. 15MC, 8CC, 5MC

R24: Ch1, turn. 28MC

R25: Ch1, turn. 28MC

R26: Ch1, turn. 28MC

R27: Ch1, turn. 28MC

R28: Ch1, turn. 28MC

BORDER: With MC, Ch1, turn.
Sc in ea sc and in ea row end, placing 3sc in ea corner.
Join with sl st.

Fasten off.


Thread two 30" strands of MC into a yarn needle. With all strands folded you will have four strands to work with at once. Using the photo as a guide, add laces to the center of the footall by sewing through the square to form the laces.



Back to the free crochet patterns directory

For stitch abbreviations and instructions please visit our Crochet Basics page:
Please email me for information on stitches that are not included on that page.



Free Crochet Patterns About Us separator    Our Blog Twitter   Our Site Map   Contact Us Facebook

Copyright 1998-2010 Tisa Enterprises / Crochet N