I’ve featured Heather of Mama’s Stitchery Projects here before. She really does such beautiful, intricate work.
Since a lot of her work can be a bit of a challenge, I was thrilled to find this one row repeat on her website to give beginners a chance to create one of her extraordinary afghans.
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Note that, when you get to her website, the photo of the project will look like this one below. I colorized the one above to show you how pretty it will look in a different color.
I would really like to turn this into a baby blanket for a baby girl in that gorgeous orchid.
Heather has given five different starting chain counts to suit whatever size blanket you would like to make in this stitch pattern. I *love* that she has options like this. Really nice.
You can pick up your free pattern at Mama’s Stitchery Projects HERE.
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