Greyhound Afghan, C2C Crochet Pattern

Greyhound C2C Graph with Written Word Chart
Greyhound C2C Graph with Written Word Chart

Greyhound Afghan, C2C Crochet Pattern


Thank you for considering one of our Corner to Corner (C2C) crochet graphs and instructions. All of our graph patterns are delivered in a pdf format that includes a full size graph, a graph scaled down to print on one page, a color coded row by row word chart, a black and white word chart and basic instructions for the C2C. So whether you prefer to work from a graph or hate the counting and like it written out, this pattern has both. 

Pattern also has a page that gives additional measurements and yarn requirements for Sport or Baby #2 yarn using either hook F, G or H - Light Worsted Weight Yarn #3 using either hook F, G or H - Medium Worsted Weight Yarn #4 using either hook G, H or I so you can find the right size for you.
There are also a couple of great video links showing how to use bobbins when doing a corner to corner (C2C) and some suggestions on different borders if you choose to add one.

If you need assistance with understanding part of the pattern, please feel free to contact us, we are happy to help!
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Thank you and Happy Crocheting!

What you need:
• Medium Worsted Weight #4: Blue 37oz, Beige 19oz, Tan 10oz, Light Gray 10oz, Gray 4oz, Black 3oz, Dark Gray 2oz and Dark Tan 1oz
• Hook = size I
• Yarn Needle
• Yarn Bobbins

Size: 67” x 70”
Gauge: 10 Rows = 9”
Blocks: 74 x 78

Greyhounds were originally bred as hunting dogs to chase hare, foxes, and deer. Canines in this dog breed can reach speeds of 40 to 45 miles per hour, making them the Ferraris of the dog world. Not surprisingly, Greyhounds made a name for themselves as racing dogs and are still used in racing today. They also participate in many other dog sports, including lure coursing, conformation, obedience, and agility. Beyond their grace and speed, people love them for their sweet, mild nature.

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