Crochet these Navajo Afghans using Worsted Weight Yarn

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Are you ready to crochet a traditional Native American Style Afghan? Navajo Afghans by Katherine Eng includes patterns with bold geometric shapes, shells, strips and granny square designs. Each project is crocheted in bold colors of worsted weight yarn. Read my full review below and enter for a chance to win your very own eBook copy of the book Navajo Afghans.

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Title: Navajo Afghans
Designer:
Katherine Eng
Publisher: House of White Birches, 1997
Available at: Annie’s Craft Store

Navajo Afghans Review

Navajo Afghans by Katherine Eng includes 6 Native American Style Afghan patterns crocheted in warm desert hues using medium weight yarn. The patterns included in this 13-page eBook range in difficulty from Beginner to Experienced.

Each pattern is written in U.S. (American) Crochet Terms. Titles, subtitles, the row and round numbers and special instructions are provided in bold font making it easy to scan the pattern to locate the information you are looking for. Gauge is provided and varies for each design. Additional pattern notes are included where they are needed within the written pattern in italics.

The images included inside the eBook are in black-and-white and the instructions are written as one long article using paragraphs and indented lines for each Row and each pattern note included.

The designs included are beautiful and make use of bold geometric shapes, shells, strips and granny square designs.

The following patterns are included:

  • Navajo Diamonds & Stripes (pictured on the front cover – left). Difficulty: Advanced. Size: 43.5″ by 65.5″. Created with 33 squares, panels and strips. Hook: 4 mm (G)
  • Navajo Quilt (pictured on the back cover bottom right). Difficulty: Intermediate. Size: 45″ by 67″. Created with 15 blocks. Hook: 4 mm (G)
  • Navajo Diagonal Squares (pictured on the back cover top right). Difficulty: Intermediate. Size: 49.5″ by 63″. Created with 20 squares. Hook: 4 mm (G)
  • Navajo Shell Ripple (pictured on the back cover top left). Difficulty: Beginner. Size: 45″ by 59″. Created by working in rows. Hook: 4 mm (G)
  • Navajo Granny Square (pictured on the back cover bottom left). Difficulty: Intermediate. Size: 45.5″ by 67″. Created with 54 granny squares. Hook: 4 mm (G)
  • Navajo Triangle Strips (pictured on the front cover top right). Difficulty: Intermediate. Size: 45″ by 64″. Created with 7 strips. Hook: 4 mm (G)

The Stitch Guide includes the abbreviations used, yarn conversions, metric conversions chart and a stitch guide. The Stitch Guide includes written instructions and diagrams illustrating some of the stitches used in the patterns. You are also provided with a link to a more complete free resource online from Annie’s for further reference.

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My favorite projects are:

  • Navajo Triangle Stripes
  • Navajo Diamonds and Stripes

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25 Comments

  1. These are stunningly beautiful. So colorful and a variety of skill levels. 🙂

  2. I think these would be great to make using stash yarns or interchanging textures.

  3. I would do love a copy of this book! The designs are Bestival and unusual! Can’t wait until I purchase or win to start!

  4. So many beautiful Afghans so little time – how does one choose which one to make first?

  5. I love the designs in this book. It sounds like the author covers every piece of information that you need to make the pattern of your choice.

  6. I’ve been intrigued by the native American afghans lately and I’m excited to check out this book

  7. This book truly speaks to my native American heritage. I want to create every design available in this book.

  8. I picked Sweetheart Bedroom to be reviewed. What a great gift for a little girl. Wanted to know how easy or hard this bedroom would be to make. Thanks for the giveaway.