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Beginner's Delight Afghan (Crochet)

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Pattern Delivery This pattern is available as a digital download only; no paper versions are available. Please save this pattern to your computer or mobile device before starting your project.
Designer Kaz
Craft Crochet
Yarn Used Mandala Yarn - 525
Pattern Yarn Weight 3 Light
Skill Level Level 1 - Beginner
Pattern Gauge 14 dc = about 4 in. (10 cm).
Project Type Afghan
Pattern Size Options One Size
Dimensions About 44 x 60 in. (112 x 152.5 cm)
Beginner's Delight Afghan (Crochet)

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  • Beautiful

    I did make this pattern. It came out beautiful. Everyone that saw me working on it loved the way the colors went through the Afghan. It was a little time consuming but it was worth it.

    5/7/2018 By Mila

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