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Ravelry: Project Gallery for African Flower Hexagon pattern by Lounette Fourie & Anita Rossouw

The pattern is originally from an Afrikaans South African magazine, called Sarie. Link to the original pattern in Afrikaans

Ravelry: Project Gallery for African Flower Hexagon pattern by Lounette Fourie & Anita Rossouw

The pattern is originally from an Afrikaans South African magazine, called Sarie. Link to the original pattern in Afrikaans

Ravelry: Project Gallery for African Flower Hexagon pattern by Lounette Fourie & Anita Rossouw

The pattern is originally from an Afrikaans South African magazine, called Sarie. Link to the original pattern in Afrikaans

Verbrauch: 420g

Strickangi's African flower hexagon Polster

The pattern is originally from an Afrikaans South African magazine, called Sarie. Link to the original pattern in Afrikaans

Ravelry: Project Gallery for African Flower Hexagon pattern by Lounette Fourie & Anita Rossouw

The pattern is originally from an Afrikaans South African magazine, called Sarie. Link to the original pattern in Afrikaans

Ravelry: Project Gallery for African Flower Hexagon pattern by Lounette Fourie & Anita Rossouw

The pattern is originally from an Afrikaans South African magazine, called Sarie. Link to the original pattern in Afrikaans

Ravelry: Project Gallery for African Flower Hexagon pattern by Lounette Fourie & Anita Rossouw

Ravelry: Project Gallery for African Flower Hexagon pattern by Lounette Fourie & Anita Rossouw. ------ saved especially for color scheme!

Ravelry: -tangledYARNS-'s African Flower Blanket

Ravelry: Project Gallery for African Flower Hexagon pattern by Lounette Fourie & Anita Rossouw

Afghan crocheted wool african flower motifs by CozyCappuccino, $520.00

PDF Crochet Pattern - African Flower Crocheted wool Afghan, Blanket, Throw, White, Lilac, Fresh Green Colors,DIY

Afghan crocheted wool african flower motifs by CozyCappuccino

Ravelry: Project Gallery for African Flower Hexagon pattern by Lounette Fourie & Anita Rossouw

The pattern is originally from an Afrikaans South African magazine, called Sarie. Link to the original pattern in Afrikaans

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