Winter Blizzard Afghan by Michael Sellick

Winter Blizzard Afghan

Crochet
December 2015
Aran (8 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 5 rows = 2 inches
5.5 mm (I)
2800 - 2989 yards (2560 - 2733 m)
55" x 60"
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This pattern is available for free.

Winter Blizzard Snowflake Afghan

This timeless Crochet Winter Blizzard Snowflake Afghan designed by Daniel Zondervan is the cat’s meow for the winter season.

Daniel’s inspiration was a combination of two major elements at the time of his designing. He was inspired by the Crochet Igloo Exhibit where snowflakes were varied in designs realizing that snowflakes can be limitless. The second major element was playing with the Jacobs Ladder technique for the corners. He pictured looking at the blizzard through a window realizing that usually ice crystals usually form near the window pane, so you will see crocheter’s choice for spiked half double crochets that tips each motif from being cool to amazing.

Daniel’s afghan design lends itself to being able to be changed in shape or size with the interconnecting hexagonal motifs. The border instructions given that will surround the afghan will have easy to follow instructions for being able to change the shape of the afghan and keeping the border looking amazing.
Afghan Details

Shown in the design as Daniel has it. The sizing change be easily changed by adding or subtracting motifs out.

55″ wide by 60″ long.
19 Motifs
Each motif is 13″ diameter across points. 11.5″ across the flat sides.
The motifs work together like a honeycomb.
Border is an additional 2″ thickness around.
New Sew Joining. Join as you go.