KCACOUK CAL 2015 | CAL Statistics and Afghans YOU’VE made!

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So I thought I’d share some facts with you –  in our CAL we have…

  • Worked through 24 new patterns – way to go everyone that had never read a pattern before!
  • Used 31 different kinds of stitches –  I think we’ve all learnt something new whilst doing this CAL, I know I certainly have!
  • Learnt to be crochet bi-lingual by following both UK and US crochet terminology – just think how useful that will be in the future!
  • Used several techniques including working in back loops, front loops, around back posts and front posts, learnt how to extend to rows already worked, crochet several stitches together, work Jacobs ladder, a larks-foot stitch, a spike stitch, tapestry crochet, overlay crochet, basket-weave, made 3-D elements and also how to crochet backwards – some seriously impressive skills to be proud of!

And now I want to share some of the amazing finished Afghan’s that I have had the kind permission of the owners to share!  So without further ado here are some unbelievably gorgeous Afghans to feast your eyes on!


Made by Crafty Ridge

By Debbie WellsBethel

By Debbie WellsBethel

Made by Jennifer W

Made by Jennifer Wilson


Made by Tish Wilson

Made by Shelia-Utton-Robbins

Made by Shelia-Utton-Robbins

Made by Danielle Morrell

Made by Danielle Morrell

Aren’t they just all stunning! Thanks again to everyone that has shared their beautiful work with me! I love seeing your finished Afghans x

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