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Blush Rose


Updated August 09, 2016
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Popcorn roses give this Blush Rose afghan irresistible texture and depth. This is a sweet blanket made from a free crochet afghan pattern that would make a great gift... for yourself!

Blush Rose
Blush Rose
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Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

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


Love this pattern? This afghan makes a great Mother's Day gift as well and you'll love our collection of 14 Crochet Afghans for Mother's Day Gifts!

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You might want to give this to your mom or sister on Mother's Day. It's very dainty,it's classy and one of a kind gift. Here's the link to the pattern so you don't have to click anything on this page http// == rochet/pages/TCNL2208patt2.html

Very Very Lovely, but a bit too stark white for me. To better frame those lovely flowers, I think that once the white edging is established, that last row around each square will be done in black. This will then "picture frame" each square and when they are put together will allow the pink to just pop out and look absolutely gorgeous.

It SORTuhv is like KInduh irrelevant, w/me belonging to a web site, such as this but back in the yngr. yrs., of my mother, she was an ABsoLUTE ACE, w/ AMY crochet pattern that dhe'd come across & she made me my dream patterned blanket, 'boutuhhhm 20 yrs. ago & my/the blanket is STILL, in one piece but 'tis obviously, old & becoming more & more worn out, tired. Iyam SIMply, lookin for one-ANYone to have a gander, look @ it & make arrangements, w/ meto reMAKE HER MASTERFUL PIECE OF WORK. unFORtunately, I am not of the knowledge of how to forward you a pic of this blanket. DOUGHHHHH!!!!! Please, e-spond. Thanx!

Hi Townsendjesse7. Can you send me a pic of that blanket you're talking about? I would like to see if I can reproduce it. Thanks.


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