Sunday, February 14, 2021

Macaroon Blossom Afghan Kit | Jimmy Beans Wool

 Joy of Joys!!!
I am pleased to announce that 
Jimmy Beans Wool 
has "kitted" the Macaroon Blossom Afghan!

Clicking here will take you directly to the listing.

There are a couple of colors that are back-ordered but are on their way and will be available soon.
In the mean time you could get started on making the blossoms
 with the colors that are in stock at this time.

The pattern can be found by clicking on any of the following shops:


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


I can't even begin to tell you how excited I am to be associated with this top-notch yarn retailer.
My yarn bowl runneth over...way over!

A great BIG thank you, from the bottom of my heart to all the friendly folks at 
JIMMY BEANS WOOL!!!

and to you, my faithful crochet friends!

Warmly,

Astri Elisabeth


5 comments:

  1. Hi there! I Just started the macaroon blossom. But I do not know what kind of crochet i should use? What is G AKA 6?what does this means ? A 4 / 4,5 mm seems to big
    I am affraid I will have not enough yarn if i crochet with The wrong crochet
    Kindly,
    Marleen

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    2. Hello! I use a 4.0 mm to achieve gauge. But if you crochet loose try a 3.5-3.75 achieve gauge.

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  2. Hi, I perchased the macaroon Afganpack. There are 23 skeins. 6 Canada jade , 2 baryl inclusief. Do I have to order 2,3 skeins extra colours for the 6 rnd border? I DO´NT have stash. And what is the best colour then. Of course I will use my blanket colours left overs first.
    Regards Marleen

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    1. Hi Marleen, I apologize that I do not have another way of contacting as your comment was left as "Unknown." You are welcome to email me any questions at astri.bowlin@gmail.com.

      Thank you so much for purchasing the pattern and the kit! The 23 skeins should be enough to finish the afghan with the pictured border if your gauge matches the gauge in the pattern. When I stated you can use leftover yarn for the border, I meant the yarn leftover from the blanket. If you want a solid color border, I think Canada Jade is best.

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