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"Wrap up With 25 Afghan Patterns from Red Heart Yarn" eBook

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Homemade afghans are the perfect project for those who love yarn. Made in a variety of colors, stitches and layouts, afghans provide innumerable decorating choices to fit your home. Afghans are also a practical necessity in any home, allowing you to wrap up and stay warm all year round. Red Heart Yarn presents this FREE collection of 25 afghan patterns for your enjoyment. With 4 afghan knitting patterns and 21 afghan crochet patterns, you are sure to find just the right afghan for your next project.
 

Red Heart Afghans eBook

 

 

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Included in this eBook:


Crochet Afghan Patterns

Neutral Cluster Lapghan (page 21)- Made in neutral colors, this lovely lapghan would match any room's decor.

Blush Rose Afghan (page 25)- Feel the love and the warmth under in this romantic blush rose crochet afghan.

Snuggle Afghan with Sleeves (page 38)- Lounge in comfort under this warm crochet afghan with sleeves.

Country Flowers Afghan (page 43)- Use popcorn stitch to create colorful flower squares with texture in this crochet afghan pattern.


Knit Afghan Patterns

Bright Circle Throw (page 11)- Knit this colorful throw in a bold design for an intermediate knitting challenge.

Earthtones Throw (page 17)- Use circular knitting needles to create a knit afghan in natural colors.

 

Red Heart Afghans eBook

 

 

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Apr 11, 2013

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Jan 12, 2013

Trs intreesant merci beaucoup.

 

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Sep 23, 2012

I 'm coming back as soon as I gather all my yarn and needles together.............it's that time of year to start crocheting..............although I still have a couple of hammocks to finish............wish I could find my pattern from years ago either in Family Circle or Woman's Day.............it's an awesome hammock and I've made several.......just need to get the finishing touches back.............it's a constant double crochet with #36 twine................I've got several almost finished.............just can't figure out how to get them hung up............anyone know the pattern I'm talking about........it was in a 70's mag.

 

May 21, 2012

Having trouble deciding which to try first! Love the patterns and can't wait to get started. Thanks so much for the patterns. :0)

 

May 17, 2012

What do you think?I think this is great

 

May 1, 2012

nothing turns out as suppose to

 

Apr 1, 2012

I like your sight but I can not down load any of your books . I wish that you could just make it so we could print them out on our printers. Is there any way you could do this

 

Sep 18, 2011

I just updated my PDF & still nothing.

 

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