Okay, I have to be honest, I am proud of this afghan! It turned out so much better than I anticipated when I started it. I had such a strange conglomeration of colors that I was concerned it would look like a mess. Happily, the black yarn offers enough division to keep the colors from running together and to really make them pop. I had to go out and buy 2 skeins of Red Heart Super Saver in black. The remainder of the yarn scraps were all either worsted acrylic or wool. ( I know, I know, I shouldn’t have mixed them but I wanted to use up those scraps!) I also ended up doubling the Caron Simply Soft because it was too thin. I cut the individual colors after I was finished with them but I carried the black yarn along the side and then simply crocheted over it when making the edging. The other yarn tails all had to be woven into the work but in the end I believe it was worth the trouble. This is one beautiful afghan! Oh, the pattern is here. Obviously, Kim Guzman only used two colors when making her version but you can actually use any colors you like.
My “Stained Glass” Scrap Afghan