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Coconut Baby Afghan

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Updated May 04, 2017
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This Coconut Candy Baby Afghan is such a cute design and reminds me of a sand dollar. Free baby afghan patterns like this are nice because extra yarn is used allowing baby to be nice and warm. Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn is used for extra softness.

Coconut Baby Afghan
Coconut Baby Afghan
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Crochet Hook: J/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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The first time I saw a circular baby pattern I was hooked with the idea. Now this one has a textured design element and considered an easy pattern. This pattern is going to rise to the top of the to-do list as the designer used Pipsqueck Yarn. I love that yarn.

I am looking forward to working with the Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn. I hope it is still readily available. It looks so soft and plush, but it does look like a difficult yarn to work with because of the fuzziness. Saw several comments on the bloggers site that the video didnt match the project, but I found that it did so maybe it has been updated to show the corrected tutorial.

Such a gorgeous little blanket for a new precious one! And it is rated Easy too. Love the really cuddly cozy look of the afghan too because we are heading into winter in South Africa so little ones will need all the snugness they can get. With the arrival of several precious little beings into our world in the past few months I had better get crocheting.

Might want to change the name of the pattern. Coconut is entirely different than coconut candy, which is what it really is. It is inventive, unique in shape, and has this thing where the stitch pattern used does not make for a flat blanket, and that is the whole point. Nicely done!

This is excellent as the pattern and a tutorial are provided. This helps so much because although incredibly soft this yarn is hard to crochet with as it is hard to see the stitches. The tutorial is the way to go with this. Mikey is a thoughtful teacher and you can't go wrong. This is a different look for a baby afghan so it will be a special gift all the way around. Coupons or a good sale will come in handy for this project! This will be a beautiful prop in newborn photos too.

Love this pattern fuzzy yarn! Could you start this afghan with a magic circle? Thanks in advance!

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