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Neutral Cabled Afghan Pattern (Knit)

Item # L32161

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Neutral Cabled Afghan (L32161) is a Knit pattern. This pattern is rated as being Intermediate (Level 3). Finished size is About 42 x 52 in. (106.5 x 132 cm)
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Neutral Cabled Afghan Pattern

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Designer Irina Poludnenko
Craft Knit
Yarn Used Hometown USA - 135
Yarn Weight 6 Super Bulky
Skill Level Level 5 - Experienced
Type Afghan
Size One Size
Dimensions About 42 x 52 in. (106.5 x 132 cm)
Neutral Cabled Afghan Pattern (Knit)

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  • Very pretty BUT SO heavy......

    I have just finished this afghan. Not terribly difficult and you can see the cables well in the finished product. One drawback is that it becomes SO HEAVY when you are working on it. The neutral color scheme is very attractive

    3/18/2017 By Sharon

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