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Chevron Scarf Afghan
Pattern Number: 90547AD
Rating: *****
5.0 (based on 3 reviews)
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Chevron Scarf Afghan Reviewed by Lauren Pendley on 2013-02-01 *****
Great blanket! It's quick and easy. I did mine in all browns (Espresso, Taupe, Taupe Mist, Barley, Oatmeal, and Grey Marble) and added fringe to the ends. It's lovely!

Chevron Scarf Afghan Reviewed by Bunnie Haughton on 2010-07-03 *****
I made this pattern because I loved the colors in the picture. But alas, the true colors are really ugly. If you pick out 6 colors you really like that go well together, you'll really enjoy making this afghan. It is extremely easy, almost mistake-proof. It's a good one to "take-along" on visits, fun to see how the colors blend in together to make the chevrons. I'd like to see pictures of other reviewers who make other color choices. It was rated Intermediate, but it really is VERY EASY!

Chevron Scarf Afghan Reviewed by Carlyta Smith on 2010-06-09 *****
Great idea, Vanna!! I used a scarf design to make an afghan. One Christmas I made scarves for all the girls (ages 4-6) in my family. I like the stitch design so much that I used it to design an afghan. I call it my "comfort afghan." I started crocheting it after my good friend and mentor passed away in a boat fire (fin. 1/06). Crocheting and designing this afghan helped me get thru this loss. And it is so warm!!(see pic)

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