Midnight Garden Crochet Afghan

Midnight Garden Crochet Afghan


Midnight Garden Crochet Afghan
Midnight Garden Crochet Afghan

"As this pattern has lots of popcorn stitches it is very warm! The pattern is easy to remember. I decide to do a full-size adult blanket, but it can be made any size."
This comfy and cozy crochet afghan pattern features a gorgeous wavy lace pattern in varying shades of blue. You can make this crochet afghan as big or as small as you want, depending on your preferences. 

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet GaugeGauge doesn't really matter. Just make the starting chain as long as you would like the width of the blanket.

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This Midnight Garden Crochet Afghan is beautiful. I just wish the whole pattern was on one page. You have to click on a link to get the wave pattern. Then you have to know what size you want because it really doesn't tell you how many to chain to start.. So I'm sorry to say that even though I love the look of this one, I won't be making it, too many pages to flip to for one blanket.

This pattern seems to be a hodgepodge of techniques put together to create this beautiful midnight garden afghan. From the waves for the body of the afghan to the edging, this is a beautiful afghan. Thanks for sharing.

This midnight garden crochet afghan is really stunning. Look at all the detail to this project. The designer took the time to include an edging just as beautiful as the afghan itself.

This is a gorgeous afghan, and I am so glad that the designer gives credit to the original designer. The intricate central wave pattern comes from the link here https//mypicot.com/0033.html What the designer did was to add a finishing row around the entire afghan before concluding with the Shell borders. The designer is rightthat mypicot.com site deserves a lot more attention!

This is a very pretty afghan except for the black. I think the black color should be left out because it does nothing to enhance the blanket and actually takes away from the way the blues blend together. The pattern for the body of the afghan is actually on a completely different site than where your link takes us because it is not her pattern, she got it from another site then added her border.

I am the original commenter. I emailed the owner of the website and she graciously emailed me the chart so I am good to go. Starting the project today!! Very pleased at her responsiveness.

Too bad! I agree with Mary KS that it is not worth the effort. Hoping you will be able to post the pattern in one place that is easy to access. It should not be necessary to be a computer whiz to get these patterns.

The reason the stitch pattern is not on my blog is because I followed the original copy right. If you have problems downloading the chart send me an email (either from my blog or too hobbycrochetknitting@gmail.com) and I'll be happy to send you a copy.

This is an absolutely gorgeous pattern which is so difficult to get it is almost not worth the effort. There are three sites to go to when you get there, one must download the .pdf reader. I cannot copy and paste (which I have done with patterns before). Worst of all, there is apparently a script or something running in the background, because my computer slowed to a crawl and had to be rebooted. It's too bad--I had already made this in my head...


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