Monday, April 8, 2024

Amanda Quiltghan | Crochet Pattern | Yarn Packs at Wool Warehouse

Yarn packs for the Amanda Quiltghan 
are now available at
The packs come in three different types of yarn:
(Clicking on the yarn type will also take you to the yarn pack.)

You can also find the pattern at Wool Warehouse by clicking here.

The pattern is also available at the following shops:

This is how the listing reads:

Amanda Quiltghan Crochet Pattern - Instant Download

Transform your space or the space of a loved one with 
this modern take on a crocheted quilt. 
It's a fun and happy design, reminiscent of bunting or confetti.

Pattern Details:
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner
Language: English (US terms)
Instant Download: Yes
Format: PDF
Step-by-Step Instructions: 26 pages of detailed guidance with 164 clear, 
high-quality images, a four-page abbreviated version, 
and exclusive links to nine videos 
to ensure success, even for those new to crochet.

Materials Needed:
Cotton fingering (#1 Super Fine) yarn. 
A chart for DK weight (#3 Light) yarn substitution is also included.
Crochet hook size: 3.5 mm for fingering yarn and 4.00 mm for DK yarn.
Yarn needle for weaving in ends
Stitch Markers
Steamer (optional)
Sewing machine and sewing machine thread (optional)

The finished blanket measures 70 in x 70 in (178 cm x 178 cm).
A finished block with border measures 17 in x 17 in (43 cm x 43 cm).

Instant Download:
You will receive a link to download the PDF pattern instantly upon purchase. 
Print it out or keep it on your digital device for easy access.

Note: This listing is for the crochet pattern only, not the finished product.
Begin crafting your Quiltghan today. 
Download now and warm your world with happiness!

This blanket was inspired by “The Birdling Quilt” by Amanda of Prairie Quilt Co. 
Permission was given by Amanda Loewen.
Please see Amanda’s beautiful designs, especially if you are a quilter.

Thank you for your interest!

Wishing you lots of colorful and 
Astri Elisabeth

1 comment:

  1. Oh, that is adorable. Great interpretation of the quilt in crochet, and congratulations on the yarn packs!

    There was a story on NPR the other day about Norway being one of the happiest countries as rated on a happiness index. It made me think of you. :)