Be a Deer C2C Afghan by Jess Coppom

Be a Deer C2C Afghan

Crochet
March 2017
Aran (8 wpi) ?
4.5 stitches and 4.5 rows = 4 inches
in C2C using double crochet stitches
5.0 mm (H)
2040 - 3230 yards (1865 - 2954 m)
Baby blanket: 38.5” x 42.5” Larger Throw: 44” x 55”
US
Flag of English English
Free Pattern also available for free: info in notes
This pattern is available for $6.99 USD
A free version is also available.
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Hello ombre! This corner to corner crochet deer afghan will be a hit with your favorite baby, hipster or hunter! This ad-free, printable crochet pattern includes the pixel graphs to crochet two different sized blankets--a baby afghan or a larger throw.

Also included is a row-by-row written pattern for both blanket sizes, which is very helpful in keeping track of where you’re at in the graph (and avoiding mistakes!)

If you’re new to the corner to corner crochet technique, this 21 page PDF walks you through all the basics with step-by-step photo tutorials so you have a good understanding of how to make your ombre deer afghan!

This pattern originally appeared on Make & Do Crew.

Skill Level - Intermediate

Sizing/Measurements -
Baby blanket: 38.5” x 42.5”
Larger Throw: 44” x 55”

Downloading - This listing is for the Be a Deer C2C Blanket CROCHET PATTERN PDF only. Pattern PDF will be available for instant download upon payment.

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Return Policy - As this is a digital product, I do not offer returns.

If you’re new to the corner to corner crochet technique, I have tutorials that walk you through all the basics with step-by-step photos so you have a good understanding of how to make your ombre deer afghan!

The free pattern and full blog post can be found on MakeAndDoCrew.com.