The Vintage Wobble Afghan pattern debuted last fall, and it was a very special pattern to share – be sure to read the story behind this great stitch HERE! And one of the many awesome things about this pattern is that it’s a one row repeat! All the variation is in the colors, so it’s super easy to memorize, and it makes a fantastic stitch buster. However, the stitch placement on that one row can be a little tricky… so at your request, here’s a tutorial for how to crochet the Vintage Wobble Afghan!
Vintage Wobble Afghan Video Tutorial
In the video tutorial I’ve used Red Heart With Love and US-J, 6.0 mm hook made by Craftwich Creations. The pattern uses a multiple of 12 stitches, plus 7, plus 2 for the starting chain. And yes, I did miss the second to last stitch in the very last row in the tutorial – but I think you get the idea!
I can’t really do a photo tutorial for this stitch, since it’s just one row, but I’ve included the closeup picture from the pattern below, as well as the chart (hand-drawn by yours truly). If you remember that each row is a new color here, you can see where the stitches go within the pattern. There’s a full repeat represented in both the photo and the chart! And of course you’ll find the full written instructions on the original pattern page.
Easy enough I hope! This is such a great stitch pattern – easily memorized and perfect for passing down to your own grandchildren – you’ll be able to tell them how you learned it on the internet back when people had to use computers and tablets and phones to connect! I hope you’ve enjoyed the Vintage Wobble Afghan tutorial – let me know what other stitch tutorials you’d like to see here on Moogly!