American Pride Afghans

SKU: LA3469


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Handmade crochet afghans are a great way to show your American pride and give you something warm to cuddle under on those cool summer nights. If this is how you feel, then check out the American Pride Afghans book for six fantastic crochet afghan designs that will catch your attention. Freedom is a beautiful thing, and so are these crocheted salutes to Old Glory. Red, ecru, and blue worsted weight yarn imparts a look of instant history in all six of the patriotic afghans. These special creations, designed by Kay Meadors. are sure to become beloved heirlooms. The finished afghan will look fantastic no matter where you choose to place it. Think about making one of the afghans for a veteran of military family that you know.

Each of the six crochet afghan designs in the American Pride Afghans pattern booklet have a creative, yet different look. There is no doubt that one or more of these designs will catch your eye and make you want to start crocheting as soon as you can. All afghans are made using a worsted-weight yarn in the patriotic colors of red, white and blue. You can't go wrong with making any one of these designs. The finished afghan will look 4th of July festive draped over a chair or bench on your front porch, or in a sun room with plenty of light. Take the afghan with you to sit on during a holiday parade or drape it over your lap during a cool night of watching fireworks.

Reviews for American Pride Afghans
5 out of 5, based on 2 reviews
Rita Martinez from N/A on May 29, 2013
I love looking at Maggie's crochet web site she has the most beautiful crochets to crochet. I saw American pride afghan and knew I had to have it. What I love about Maggie's web site is that she has different pattern.
Karen Pena from N/A on Nov 07, 2011
These afghans are BEAUTIFUL, and make me quite proud. The one that is exactly like a flag, though, (and it really does) should be treated as a flag, with all the respects due it.