Cuddly Sleeved Afghan


Cuddly Sleeved Afghan

Why spend money buying expensive ready-made counterparts to this Cuddly Sleeved Afghan when you can make it yourself and add your own special touches? This simple crochet afghan pattern is a must-have this winter.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

What do you think of the "blanket with sleeves" trend? Would you make your own version of this pattern?

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I love the idea of this Afghan with Sleeves. I think this pattern could use a few more pictures showing how to sew the thing together. Has anyone made this and if so can you share how you put it together for the ones questioning? I haven't had the time to make it, but I'm thinking of making a child size one first to just try it. All in all I do like the stitch pattern used in this one. Thank you for sharing this one. Looking forward to seeing how it comes out.

This is a great pattern to find. Store-bought blankets like this are nice, but they often are not the right length or width. Making your own also give you control over the materials used. This pattern comes in two sizes, and it is easy to adjust it if you need to.

Oh yes I would make this Cuddly Sleeved Afghan! It would be so much better to sit in my chair and crochet with this on then fighting with my afghan trying to keep it over my shoulders or worse yet, using a lapaghan and a shawl to stay warm. I have saved this one and I am looking forward to making this. So happy to see there is a child and adult directions for this.. Thank you for sharing this free crochet pattern..

Yes, I have been searching the internet for months trying to find the right pattern. My thirdteen yr. old wants me to make him one, but I don't think he relies that it going to fit like a hospital gown. Does any one know where I can find a bath robe pattern for a tall male?

Yes I would definitely make this and I think it would be very comfortable.

No, because we bought a Snuggle one and the back is wide open and doesn't keep your back warm. Reverse the back to the front and make it where it closes in the front.

I would definitely make this for someone, It would probably be better than the advertised "snuggie" from television. The use of yarn instead of fleece would have less of a "static" effect I believe.


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