Knit Kit - Elayne Afghan

SKU: B71515

The Elayne Afghan is all about those fall and winter snuggles. It is meant to be big enough to curl up on the couch with a partner or enjoy all of its' coziness yourself. The Elayne Afghan uses easy to intermediate knitting techniques to create a lacey arrow design complimented by beautifully textured columns.

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Pattern Designer Information
Dani is the hands, brains, and heart behind The Purly Gates. She has been crocheting for 7 years and knitting for 3. She is the wife to a soldier and mama to three young babies who spends her days creating and comforting. Dani started The Purly Gates as an extra income to support her yarn addiction and stay at home mom lifestyle.
Skill Level
Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Project Type
Afghan
Yarn Used
Hue + Me - 617
Pattern Gauge
6x4 inches = 13 stitches x 14 rows
Pattern Size Options
One Size
Pattern Yarn Weight
5 Bulky
Dimensions Detail
50 inches X 62 inches
Pattern Craft
Knit
Made For
Home

Customer Reviews

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Quit working yarn that is soft

It took me awhile to get into knitting this blanket. Note this is a personal preference of mine. I knit blankets as a meditative practice, but this blanket took more attention than I wanted to give.

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STEPHANIE SPANN
Hue

I love hue yarn. I will eventually make this afghan. I have so many afghans in the pipe line with lion brand yarn. As a recent retiree, I have plenty of time to make afghans.

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Quit working yarn that is soft

It took me awhile to get into knitting this blanket. Note this is a personal preference of mine. I knit blankets as a meditative practice, but this blanket took more attention than I wanted to give.

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STEPHANIE SPANN
Hue

I love hue yarn. I will eventually make this afghan. I have so many afghans in the pipe line with lion brand yarn. As a recent retiree, I have plenty of time to make afghans.