A Blanket of Roses Afghan


A Blanket of Roses Afghan

This crochet flower pattern is from 1984, but A Blanket of Roses Afghan is timeless. Add a touch of femininity to your decor with one of the best free vintage crochet patterns around. Different sized crochet motifs coat this blanket in style. Learn how to crochet a flower like this by following the simple tutorial. You can achieve a vintage chic look by making this vintage crochet pattern for your home. Everyone will be fighting to snuggle with this comfy afghan.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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


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This is a lovely pattern, but I'm looking for another one of the same name. The February 22, 1994 issue of Woman's Day (10 years after this pattern) included "A Blanket of Roses", similar to this one but different. Somehow when I cut the pages out to save the pattern, I didn't get page 103/104. Has anyone heard of this other pattern? Thanks for any help in getting the missing page. - Janice M. Sellers, Gresham, Oregon, janicemsj@gmail.com

https//www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/blanket-of == -roses-afghan

Mediterranean look. I want to do this beautiful afghan. Here's the link to the pattern http//megan.cc/RosesBlanket/pattern.html. I've pinned this afghan.

can't find pattern

Hi taylorvera17, if you click the link above, there is another link on the following page to the pattern. The link on the Spinrite site in directly below the image of the pattern. Happy crocheting!

I made this afghan in 1996 when I was recuperating from surgery. I made it big enough to fit a full-size bed like a comforter. I have gotten so many compliments on it since then and I still LOVE it! It is a lot of fun to make.

I think this is just stunning! I normally don't like motif crocheting because of all the whipstitching that needs to be done when the motifs are finished, but for this pattern, I'll tough it out. It is absolutely beautiful! This will be gorgeous in our living room when finished. I'm planning on taking my time so this will not be too frustrating and getting it done just in time for the cooler weather in November. I want to enjoy it for the holidays - our holiday colors are cobalt blue, victorian rose and emerald green with white - should be a lovely accompaniment to our holiday - and then springtime decor!

I just finished this afghan in red and it is absolutely beautiful! It is time consuming with the two different types of blocks then sewing them together, but it is well-worth the time you are going to put in it. It took me about 1 month to complete it. Everyone that see's it has got the "WOW" factor.

I did not realize that I have had this pattern and the yarn since 1984!!!! It's one of those patterns I fell in love with, purchased the directions and kit, and have not gotten around to crocheting yet. It is VERY HIGH on my to-do list though, and I'm sure I will be getting to it before too much longer!! :O)

I made this afgan for my soon to be daughter-in-law for Christmas! It was very time consuming, not diffucult, and this has got the be the most beautiful afgan you have ever seen!!!!!!!


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