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Poppa Square Baby Aghan
Pattern Number: 80855AD
Rating: *****
4.3 (based on 4 reviews)
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Poppa Square Baby Aghan Reviewed by Gail Reyne on 2010-03-10 *****
This is a cute pattern. A new person to crocheting showed me. I found rows 2 and 3 are the same and it didn't work to do both. So I skipped row 3 and it worked great. She is so excited to create a afghan.
Thanks Lion Brand for all the wonderful patterns.

Poppa Square Baby Aghan Reviewed by Ashton Bryson on 2009-12-10 *****
I made this baby blanket for a family member who is due in January. It only took me three days working only a couple of hours a day. It was so easy and quick! The weaving wasn't that bad if you do it right away and not all at the end. I have included three pictures showing my steps and then the finished blanket.

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Poppa Square Baby Aghan Reviewed by K Tack on 2009-11-19 *****
Right after learning to crochet, I started on this afghan. I wanted it to be for my grandfather, so I bought 10 balls of each color and went to town. I ended up with a roughly queen size afghan and enjoyed every minute of it. He enjoys it too! Yeah, switching the colors and weaving a bazillion ends is a pain, but I think it's pretty traditional with a granny style afghan. I wouldn't let that stop you though!

Poppa Square Baby Aghan Reviewed by dennaweber@hotmail.com on 2009-11-18 **
Lovely! But too much changing back and forth with yarn colors. pattern could be rewritten to still look woven, I think.

 
 
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