“Heirloom Afghans” is a crochet pattern book with 43 different amazing blanket projects. This book is a compilation designs from many different designers. Here are just a few of my favorites.
Amanda Whorl is by Rosalie Johnston. It’s made in readily-available Red Heart Super Saver.
This one is also made in Red Heart Super Saver. It’s designed by Anne Halliday and is an absolute stunner!
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Here is one that I did. It’s called Buttercream Afghan. i wish you could see a better photo of that border. It’s extraordinary!
Lime Lace is by Christine Walter. Remember there are 43 designs in this book. It’s quite a collection.
Please note that this book is from my personal library. It’s in good condition, of course, but it’s not new and sparkly.
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