Presenting an interactive CD to help you, Mary Beth Temple shares her easy technique for interpreting quilt patterns into crocheted afghans. It's all possible without drawing a multitude of squares or cutting and arranging templates. Each afghan is constructed by using a combination of elements. These include small one-color and two-color blocks, large blocks, panels, and edgings. The system even lets you represent color values and orientation for each square. Design possibilities are endless. Photos and complete instructions are given for 8 examples worked in medium weight yarns: Double Diamonds, X Marks the Spot, Sumptuous Sashes, Dashing Diagonals, Star Crib, Flying Geese, Checkerboard, and Kitchen Sink.