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I just finished up this afghan today and just in the nick of time! The wedding is this weekend!

 

The pattern is from Fisherman Crochet Afghans Leisure Arts Leaflet 250 (designed by Anne Rabun Ough). I used Wool-Ease and both an I and J hook.

 

The gift is for my husband's niece and her intended who tie the knot on Saturday. I hope they will enjoy some quality snuggle time using the afghan. (At least early on....my husband and I each have our own afghans now!) :lol

 

This was a challenging project, but, it was fun doing all the different stitches.

 

If you'd like to see more photos, this link will take you directly to my blog post about the afghan. http://heather-thegoodlife.blogspot.com/2011/06/fisherman-wedding-afghan-tale-is.html

 

Thanks for looking and happy crocheting! :hook

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Just beautiful! I made that one years ago and it took me forever! I never got around to putting the fringe on so I just use it without. I'm sure the happy couple will love and appreciate it!

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What a beautiful afghan I love the pattern you used.

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Very beautiful!

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Beautiful afghan! I'm sure it will be a family treasure!

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wow. That is absolutley stunning!!!!!

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I love it!! Is that pattern in a book?

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I just finished up this afghan today and just in the nick of time! The wedding is this weekend!

 

The pattern is from Fisherman Crochet Afghans Leisure Arts Leaflet 250 (designed by Anne Rabun Ough). I used Wool-Ease and both an I and J hook.

 

The gift is for my husband's niece and her intended who tie the knot on Saturday. I hope they will enjoy some quality snuggle time using the afghan. (At least early on....my husband and I each have our own afghans now!) :lol

 

 

 

 

 

The afghan is really beautiful, your niece is going to love it; a lot of love and dedication went into it, you should be proud!

If you'd like to see more photos, this link will take you directly to my blog post about the afghan. http://heather-thegoodlife.blogspot.com/2011/06/fisherman-wedding-afghan-tale-is.html

 

Thanks for looking and happy crocheting! :hook

 

Beautiful, you should be really proud of it and your niece will love it!

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:tup Looks GREAT! :cheer Is this worked all in one piece, or is it panels that you join later? :think Too bad I'm not half the happy couple... ;)

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Thank you all for your nice comments. I'm on cloud 9...:c9

 

I've never seen this particular pattern in a book, just the leaflet. Actually a nice lady on Crochetville gifted me with the leaflet a few years ago.

 

The afghan is done in one piece worked lengthwise.

 

Thanks again! :manyheart

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Oh Heather! How beautiful...I've been following your progress on your blog....it's wonderful!

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Beautiful work Heather!!!!!!

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So, so gorgeous, I'm sure they will love it! What a great gift to this young couple!

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