Hello my loves! How are you? I hope you are managing to take advantage of all the tips and making the patterns that we share with you.
I know it’s a lot, but we like to bring you options. Not everyone pleases everyone, so the more options the better, right? Today we are going to learn Around the Bases.
This is that pattern for you to turn a center block into a beautiful afghan.
With this model you can use both rectangle and square and use any type of yarn. Here on the blog we have already brought several models of granny squares, one more incredible than the other, and they can be the center of your afghan.
Colorful and with many details, these afghan are great options to renew the decoration of an environment. You can combine them with new pillows and decorative items.
In addition, giving gifts to loved ones is much easier when we learn to make our pieces. You can do it according to the taste of each one and even publicize your work to the closest people.
And if that’s your goal, start selling and have an extra income. Around the bases we have a mix of different stitches. They each complete a round before moving on to the next stitch.
Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Keitopalette
With that in mind, you can use yarn left over from other projects. If the goal is to make a colorful piece, it is even easier to reuse them.
I like to try to keep the same thickness between the yarns, to have a more equal piece. A round, there in the middle of the piece, made with a different thickness can give an interesting touch to the afghan too. Remember that here we are sharing an idea.
You can choose some stitches and intersperse between the rounds, as well as vary in all of them. Take the opportunity to abuse your creativity, I’m sure beautiful things will come out. Ready to get started? Come check out the pattern in Keitopalette. And tell us what you think here in the comments. We really enjoyed this exchange of experiences and interaction. We are here to help each other. Come on, let’s crochet!