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That 70s Afghan

By: The Designers from freevintagecrochet.com

Step into a time machine with this crochet blanket pattern! That 70s Afghan is both groovy and comfortable. The chevron ripple crochet pattern that adorns this blanket makes it easy to crochet and infuses it with a mellow vibe. Its orange and brown color scheme screams classic seventies and will give any room a vintage twist. An adorable pompom border completes the look. This blanket will take you straight to your parents' basement!

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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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Looks like a Navajo indian design but it's nice. I like the color combination. I am a child of the 70s but I don't know why this is called 70s afghan. Flower power, flower people were the symbols of the 70s but this one, I cannot connect. Anyway, still a good project to try.

Wow talking about memories, Who went into my mom's living room and took her afghan? LOL I grew up with this "That 70's Afghan" on our sofa. I loved the warmth of this afghan and the colors reminds me of fall. I always wanted to make one just like this but my mom miss-placed the pattern. I can't wait to call her and tell her I now have the pattern. The pom poms were the best to mess with while watching t.v. . So happy to have this and now I can have this in my home.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

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