Baby Lazy Wave Afghan


This Baby Lazy Wave Afghan is one of the prettiest baby crochet patterns you'll find online! This particular pattern uses Bernat Baby Coordinates in Pink Parade, making it perfect for a baby girl. Plus, the variegated yarn gives it a nice, artistic look with little effort.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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The comments say this is easy to make but I would probably change the color should I decide to do this project. Looks drab but of course some crocheters want it in its original color.

This pattern is so simple and sweet. I really like it. == assorted-designs/789-baby-wave.html Found the pattern - hope this link works!

I found the pattern and tutorial by clicking on Michael Sellick at the top of the page.Very easy pattern to follow.

I would really like to make this, but I can't get the pattern

I would like to make it too, but it says pattern not found!!

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Link is still broken

It won't hive me the pattern! :(

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I can't get the pattern. I click the link and it just takes me to another site, NO PATTERN THERE!

Link is dead

After seeing the comments, I'm wondering if changes have been made to the written pattern. I would really like to try this -- though I am a pre-beginner and probably wouldn't know if I was doing it wrong. lol Thank you.

I am having a difficult time with the continues to grow in width! I have eliminated the 2nd "2 DC in the next 2 chains" and have started over twice! What am I doing that makes to afghan keep getting wider? Thank you

Cute idea but the pattern is horribly written. there are missing stitches, and the pattern says to repeat steps 2 and 3, but step 2 is the foundation row which includes skipping first 3 chain stitches. Luckily I can manage to recreate the pattern in an easily understood fashion - but wow that was a lot of work to fix it!

I am a beginner teaching myself to crochet and I was wondering if you could tell me what directions were when all was fixed by you. I admire anyone that can make their own patterns or understand where there is a mistake. I wouldn't even have a clue how to fixed let alone tell there was something even wrong with it!! Thanks... OregonCaro aka Carolyn


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