Thursday, August 6, 2020

Macaroon Blossom Afghan | Crochet Pattern | Published

The Macaroon Blossom Crochet Pattern
has been published!

You can find it by clicking on the following
Apple Blossom Dreams Shops:


Clicking on the above photo will take you directly to the Etsy listing, as well.

You can crochet this lusciously delicious and colorful Macaroon Blossom Afghan. This instantly downloadable pattern will teach you step-by-step how to complete the JAYGO (join-as-you-go) method with blossom circles and leaf squares. The 24-page pattern includes over 100 step-by-step photos and charts, as well as, several links to exclusive videos for extra added assistance. 
Additionally, you'll find a three-page abbreviated version of the pattern.

The pattern is written and verbalized in US crochet terms.

This afghan was crocheted with Scheepjes Stone Washed Yarn.
I love, love, love this yarn and those colors make me swoon!
The common name colors are indicated in the pattern 
so you can substitute your favorite yarn, if desired.

Scroll for more photos of the most fun I have ever had designing an afghan.
A big thank you to those of you that have been patiently waiting since last spring for this pattern.

Can you imagine the delight in gifting this to a loved one?
Perhaps, that loved one can be yourself!

Thank you for your interest and now I am off to participate in
some additional
Warmly,

Astri


4 comments:

  1. hi!!
    how can i get this amazing crochet pattern? I would love to learn how to make one for my girl :)
    this is my email: albomiki@gmail.com

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    1. Thank you for your interest in the pattern! And thank you for the nice compliment. There are links in the blog post that will take you directly to where you can purchase the pattern.

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  2. the crochet throw you have created is totally stunning!! I have just spent a couple of hours trawling through pictures for ideas for throws and this one has left me speechless, the choice of yarn,the beautiful colour arrangement and now l can reveal l have just learnt to crochet, but when a am a fulley grown crocheter this is what l want to make

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