The old is new again and classics abound.
Undoubtedly, there is something so timeless and comforting about afghan squares. Indeed, they are so ubiquitous that you will find them in a myriad projects. However, don’t for a moment think that this makes them cliche. Without a doubt you will find an afghan square to suit your taste and project, regardless of how many variants you have seen in the past. Moreover, because you can modify and customize them, their possibilities are absolutely endless. Truly, each one can be your own.
Pimlico Afghan Square
To begin with, here is a square with a beautiful, layered central rosette that offsets the dense, varied border. Indisputably, this will be a great building block for larger projects.
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However, this afghan square is absolutely perfect if you want something a little more airy, with voided out shapes.
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Aurora Square Blanket
Finally, the aurora afghan square takes the whole void idea to another level. Overall, this is a spectacuar building block that will work in any color combination you choose for it.
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