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Sea Shells Afghan

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This Sea Shells Afghan is like a trip to beach! One look at this free easy crochet pattern and you'll be ready for sun and fun. All you need is a Size H hook and Worsted yarn to get started.

Sea Shells Afghan
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Easy

Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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May 1, 2014

how do I print the pattern

 

Apr 28, 2014

I appreciate the beautiful free patterns, however, I am leery of adding all the download requirements of some of these patterns, namely this one. Thanks for listening!

 

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Jul 20, 2013

My sister made me this afghan, loved it so much I wanted to try it. We couldn't find the pattern and last week, like a miracle it showed up on your site. Tell me, how in the world do you call this easy? I'm stuck on row nine now and will need to go to a yarn shop for instructions. You have to REALLY pay attention to your stitches and counting. Macvoyager: I have the afghan right beside me and couldn't figure out row nine.

 

Jul 14, 2013

Another beautiful afghan to do!! When shall I find time to do all the lovely things you post here? This is very lovely and I can't wait to do this one. Thanks to the person who said she did it with sports weight yarn and it turned out. I appreciate this web site very much. Thanks for all the work you do to get all these lovely pattens out to us. ps. When you had the category of "Challenging Afghans", one of them was the "Tree of Life" afghan. Challenging was hardly strong enough to describe this one, but I did it. It turned out beautifully. My great niece now wants one for her room. Thank you again

 

Jun 30, 2013

I've made 2 of these afghans and am working on a third. I love this pattern, and using sport yarn makes a lovely afghan too. It's also an easy pattern to memorize so I can work on it while I watch TV.

 

Mar 27, 2013

Can anyone help explain row 9 to me? I'm stuck after the second tr...I am not sure what the following instructions mean...are the 2 dc stitches I'm supposed to doc into one row below or not? Either way, the two doc stitches are so far apart, and the instructions after that are hard for me too. I really want to make this for a special friend, but it is NOT easy. I've been crocheting since I was 4 (am now 43) but this is only the second afghan I've made that wasn't granny squares.

 

Aug 2, 2012

Looks beautiful! Can't wait to finish what I'm working on to start this. Thanks for posting!

 

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