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amount of yarn needed

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So I have the pattern for this afghan in my stash.   I know I got it from a free site.

But the amount of yarn needed is missing.  I check Red Heart yarn free patterns and it's not there.

Don't have a 'name' for it otherwise it would be easy to find.

Anyone come across this at all??

Thanks in advance   :)

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That looks so familiar, i know i have seen it but i can't quite place it.....

Does your copy include the designers name? That would help in searching.

Edited by magiccrochetfan

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OK, seriously, this is driving me crazy!!!  I know I have seen that and I cannot find it!   

 

I guess from what you said that it uses Red Heart yarn, right?  Does it give the specific yarn name?  

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16 ounces of each color.  It's really not clear is it?  One Pound (812 yards of each of the 4 colors.)  It looks like light weight yarn, but I don't know of any that comes in one pound so it must be worsted weight, especially if it uses a size K needle.

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Caron One Pounders are a worsted weight 4 acrylic yarn. I would put on the heavy end of the 4 scale.  I use them quite a bit when I can get them on sale. 

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Ah, that's what it is Caron 1 pounders!  Hi Bailey4 from MA from me in MA :)

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I found it odd for the K hook suggested for the pattern since all the Caron- One Pound labels in my stash recommend a H hook. Must be a very loose stitch. It is a beautiful afghan though and is on my To-Do List.

Edited by ReniC

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OH thank you! greyhoundgrandma!!    :clap   that's it!!  For the life of me I can't remember where I saw the pattern.  And to be able to read it,

I might have copied and pasted to 'word' to make the font larger to read and missed the amount of yarn needed.

Thanks again!!

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