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IW30944 Crocheted Afghans

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Complied by Amy Palmer.  This book is in word and symbol crochet and contains works from famous designers.  The Doris Chan lacy throw in shells is very feminine and the pattern can be adapted to make a scarf or stole, the Edie Eckman Painted Turtle afghan worked in back post treble hexagons, or the Kristin Omdahl dots blanket where the outer rows of each motif are loops that are joined together with your fingers (that is different), and the Victoria Thornton reversible blanket is worked on the diagonal and the border is feather and fan crochet.  More fun with Jodi Eucher who has designed a beautiful cabled baby blanket and there are 3 designs of cable to choose from, or perhaps the Mary Beth Temple granny square, afghan viewed through a kaleidoscope, is more you.  The magic carpet blanket cleverly uses squares with back and front post stitches and lots of colour, while the Lisa Naskrent afghan uses blended colours with hexagons, octagons, squares and triangles to create her masterpiece.  Rhonda Davis cleverly uses Tunisian stitches to create her starfish and net design and also a striped Tunisian rug with an entralac border is her other masterpiece.  30 pages.

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