English Garden Afghan and Pillow Crochet Pattern

SKU: PA878 - 01

$8.50

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  • English Garden Afghan and Pillow
  • White pillow with purple flowers
  • Purple Flowers
  • Rose flowers

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Design By: Maggie Weldon

Skill Level: Intermediate

Size: Afghan 45" x 57" Pillow: 14" without border.

Materials: Worsted Weight Yarn:
Afghan: Soft White, Purple, Green(Med. Celery), Blue (Med. Teal), Burgundy(New Berry), Pink (Lt. Raspberry), Gold (Honey Gold), Bright Yellow.

Pillow: Soft White, Purple, Green, Blue, Bright Yellow. 14" Pillow Form.

Crochet Hook: Size I-9 (5.5 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge

English Garden Afghan and Pillow Crochet Pattern

Add some English flower garden charm to your home without all the work of planting and maintaining the plants. English Garden Afghan and Pillow Crochet Pattern is all you need to bring the garden indoors. Everything about this afghan and pillow is lovely, from the luscious violets and roses to the flowing ribbons and delicate scalloped border. Use the colors recommended in the pattern for the beautiful image, or mix in your favorite colors with the easy to follow pattern. The finished crochet afghan creates a long lasting garden fresh bouquet that requires no water. The center of this delicate crochet afghan design is worked in color changes, or you can choose to cross stitch the design onto the plain background color. Finish the afghan with the elegant lace border crocheted around the outer edges of the inside panel.

English Garden Afghan and Pillow Pattern is an original design by Maggie Weldon. The delicate stitches and brilliant flower colors are sure to add beauty to your home. The afghan is the perfect size to cover your lap on a cool evening or as a throw over the back of a chair. Add the coordinating crochet pillow for the perfect accent to a chair or couch. This intermediate skill level pattern will add delicate beauty to a sun room, front porch or sitting area. Lay the afghan over the bed in a guest room to great your visitors with charm. English Garden Afghan and Pillow Pattern has options to use a cross stitch technique for the floral design if you are uncomfortable with crocheting color changes. That is one more reason not to pass by on this afghan pattern.

 

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Intermediate Crochet skills? This afghan crochet pattern is for you!

Reviews for English Garden Afghan and Pillow Crochet Pattern
5 out of 5, based on 1 reviews
Darlene Heichelbech from N/A on Oct 26, 2009
I bought a boook about 10 or maybe 15 yeqars ago and fell in love with this afghan. My ex sister in law who stood by me when her brother walked out on his family. I had to do something with my mind to keep from losing it so I finally got to make thissssssss beaty. Jan just loved it She is very spiritual and an allaround good person plus she apreciates my handmad gifts not everyone realizes how much work goes into these It will take more than a couple evenings. oIt took me 3 mon ths of sticking with it and working on it day and night. Everybody tried to talk me into giving it to them Id only give this to someone I triuly loved. Not people who made fun of me being a granny setting in my rocker. I dont own one but wish I did. MAke this for compliments that never end from the person you love.I bought a boook about 10 or maybe 15 yeqars ago and fell in love with this afghan.