Friday, April 21, 2023

Macaroon Blossom Afghan | Scheepjes Stone and River Washed Colour Pack Version

 Did you know that there's a 
Scheepjes Stone and River Washed Colour Pack Version of the
 Macaroon Blossom Afghan?
You can make this afghan with one Colour Pack and
an additional 2-3 50 gram skeins of Scheepjes Stone Washed yarn.

The Colour Pack is available on *Amazon by clicking here.

If you are in the US, you will be receive your yarn quickly. 
additional 50 gram skeins of yarn for the border are also available on *Amazon
by clicking on the desired color below:
 Canada Jade (Sage Green)
Carnelian (Redish)
Yellow Jasper (Yellowish Beige)
Deep Amethyst (Dark Muted Purple)
Peridot (Lime Green)
Turquoise (Turquoise)
Boulder Opal (Light Brown)

*Apple Blossom Dreams may receive small commissions
 on purchases made via these Amazon affiliate links, 
however, it is at no additional cost to you.

The below-pictured blanket which includes two rounds of the border,
 utilizes one box of Scheepjes Stone and River Washed Colour Pack
 without the additional skeins:
This is how much yarn was leftover:

You can find the pattern with the supplement for this Colour Pack version by clicking on the following
Apple Blossom Dreams Shops:
Clicking on the above photo will take you directly to the Etsy listing, as well.

This is how the listing reads:
Crochet this lusciously delicious and colorful Macaroon Blossom Afghan using 27 skeins of 50 gm Scheepjes Stone Washed yarn or a yarn of your choice. 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 29-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 a three-page abbreviated version of the pattern, as well as, a five-page instructional guide on how to adjust the pattern to utilize one Scheepjes Stone and River Washed Colour Pack and 2-3 50 gm skeins of Scheepjes Stone Wash yarn. 
The pattern is written and verbalized in US crochet terms.

Have a happy day my friends, thank you for your interest and



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