Native American Blanket


Native American Blanket

Native American Blanket
Native American Blanket

Shades of tan, red, blue, and amber make this vintage crochet afghan reminiscent of Native American culture. The Native American Blanket is made entirely in short double crochet rows. The repeating triangle pattern in this crochet afghan will bring an element of geometric and tribal design into your home. The beautiful combination of colors, plus a wonderful vintage crochet feel, makes this afghan truly one-of-a-kind. This unique crochet afghan will be the perfect complement to any home.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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I like this Native American Blanket for its simplicity and for its being laid back. I didn't know the American Indians like this kind of blanket.

Wow, what a beautiful Native American Blanket! I have been crocheting for 25 years now and this one looks easy enough to crochet. I love the color choices in the pattern. I do have one question though. Where do you find the AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY "DAWN" KNITTING WORSTED yarn? Is there another yarn that can be used, or is it thread? I want to make this blanket, but not sure what to use?? Any help would be great. Thanks for this beautiful pattern.

I have a Great Aunt who had made this afghan when I was very young!! What a shock to finally see the pattern!!! And, ironic because she was the one who taught me to crochet 47 years ago (she is long since passed). I am so happy that I can make one now!!!

I have been wanting to find an American native indian pattern..this is so pretty..It might be a little complicated and time consuming but very well worth the finished product...

Beautiful,. Thank you so much. Going to make this first and will try to figure out how to enlarge the Native American Blanket to make a matching Bedspread for a Queen Size Bed. Looking forward to more of the projects on Native American in crochet. Happy New Year in 2011 God Bless to ya'l


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