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A great, fun afghan for a a small child
I made this afghan for my stepdaughter who is almost 4. From point to point the afghan is about 4ft, a total of 500 stitches all the way around by the end. I used a black center star and alternated between light blue and dark purple. I used Red Heart Super Saver, medium worsted yarn. It was a bit complicated at first, taking me about 2 weeks to figure it out and took me about a week to finish working about 5-6hrs each day.
I'll get the pattern up as soon as I simplify it as best as possible :)

Posted by RosaLea V. from El Cajon, California, United States • Published See RosaLea V.'s 5 projects »
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Aurora A.
Aurora A. · Dansville, New York, US
My teen daughter wants one badly. I was wondering if you have simplified the patten yet? I cant wait to make my daughtersHappy
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Aurora A.
Aurora A. · Dansville, New York, US
I was wondering if you ever simplify the pattern? I found one on line but I cant understand her directions... My teen daughter wants me to make her one
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Gone Neko
Gone Neko · Milan, Lombardy, IT · 29 projects
It looks very cute, I think your stepdaughter will love it!
I'll be waiting for the pattern!
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Gone Neko
Gone Neko · Milan, Lombardy, IT · 29 projects
It looks very cute, I think your stepdaughter will love it!
I'll be waiting for the pattern!
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Carol S.
Carol S. · Indian Head, Maryland, US · 133 projects
This is truly amazing. Great work!! Happy
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