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Stashbuster afghans are always a favorite for me. In Grovers Corners afghan, I paired my multicolor yarn scraps with some solid neutral colors to tie them all together. Mitered squares are a great alternative to granny square motifs for something different and unique. They are loads of fun to experiment with too - try arranging them in different ways to see if there’s some way you like better than what I came up with!
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Use any #4 yarns: color A - 2160 yds, color B - 750 yds, color C - approximately 775 yds assorted scrap yarns (Shown in the photo: color A is Bernat Worsted in Clay, color B is Vanna’s Choice in Dark Grey Heather)
Also needed: size J crochet hook (or size needed to obtain gauge), scissors and yarn needle