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Reversible Irish Garden Afghan    http://www.freepatterns.com/detail.html?login=1=FC00921_id=298    How gorgeous, and what a lot of work!

Reversible Irish Garden Afghan http://www.freepatterns.com/detail.html?login=1=FC00921_id=298 How gorgeous, and what a lot of work!

V-Stitch Ripple Afghan: free pattern -  Finished Size: 45-1/2" x 60" (115.5 cm x 152.5 cm) MATERIALS: Bulky Wt Yarn [6 oz, 106 yards (170 gr, 97 meters) per ball]:   Hook N/9mm Black - 6 sk, Green - 3 sk, Lt Orange - 2 sk, Orange - 2 sk, Lt Green - 2 sk, Red - 1 sk,

V-Stitch Ripple Afghan: free pattern - Finished Size: 45-1/2" x 60" (115.5 cm x 152.5 cm) MATERIALS: Bulky Wt Yarn [6 oz, 106 yards (170 gr, 97 meters) per ball]: Hook N/9mm Black - 6 sk, Green - 3 sk, Lt Orange - 2 sk, Orange - 2 sk, Lt Green - 2 sk, Red - 1 sk,

Christmas Quilt Crochet Pattern Download from e-PatternsCentral.com -- Panels of vibrant blocks of holiday colors are crocheted together and finished with a deep shell border to make this festive afghan.

Christmas Quilt Crochet Pattern Download from e-PatternsCentral.com -- Panels of vibrant blocks of holiday colors are crocheted together and finished with a deep shell border to make this festive afghan.

Start with 3 colors. Each "block" is 9 stitches so for however wide you want the blanket, count in 9 to get your foundation (and always make it an uneven number of "blocks) eg: 19 blocks(makes it about 5' long) 19x9=171 stitches then add 4 =175 sc for the foundation row. Row 1-2:Sc, switch to next color Row 3: sc 2 stitches,* front post double crochet(look it up), sc, until you have 5 posts, sc 9, then repeat post pattern(5 posts, 4 sc=9)(9sc), 2 sc (there is 2 sc at each end) Row 4: sc…

Start with 3 colors. Each "block" is 9 stitches so for however wide you want the blanket, count in 9 to get your foundation (and always make it an uneven number of "blocks) eg: 19 blocks(makes it about 5' long) 19x9=171 stitches then add 4 =175 sc for the foundation row. Row 1-2:Sc, switch to next color Row 3: sc 2 stitches,* front post double crochet(look it up), sc, until you have 5 posts, sc 9, then repeat post pattern(5 posts, 4 sc=9)(9sc), 2 sc (there is 2 sc at each end) Row 4: sc…

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