Ocean Tranquility Afghan

Ocean Tranquility Afghan

Use this free crochet pattern to make this beautiful Ocean Tranquility Afghan. There are three different sizes to choose from to fit your needs. Make one for yourself, or make one as a gift.

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Another nice afghan to make. I love the color and the stitches used.

I have to admit that I was a bit surprised in that I expected to see an afghan in blue appear. After my surprise settled I began to see the beautiful shells in the pattern. Then the title made perfect sense! I've never seen a blue shell ) LOL This is such an exquisite pattern! I'm not at the intermediate level yet, but I will definitely keep this in my "looking forward to" file!

After downloading this pattern and reading it, I think it will come out really nice. I like the shells and bars this pattern makes. I'll be making a baby afghan size first and see just how it like it. If so, I'll be making a larger one. I have a Ravelry account so there was no problem getting the pattern, but it should be easier to get the pattern. Thank you so much for this free crochet pattern.

I have had problems on just a few occasions with my computer thinking that the link provided was a virus or led to a malicious site. This one was ok though. I had no problem following the link to its home base on Ravelry or downloading the free pattern there. All you need is a free Ravelry account.

When I click to the pattern on Ravelry, I didn't have any issues with malware. There is a picture on there of it in several different colors of yarn. I really like the stitch pattern, and I really like it in the variety of colors. I'm always looking for stashbuster patterns. It seems no matter how much I use, I still have more.

I feel really excited when I see white or off white afghans like this afghan here. It is a vintage piece and it looks elegant when used appropriately. Here's the link to the pattern http//www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/ocean-tranq == uility-afghan.

My computer blocked the pattern saying that it contained malware

reyesdar has the ravelry connection to the pattern. I had no problem with that one. Chrys123, that might be why you coudn't get the other one. Try ravelry. :o)

My anti-virus said the Ocean Tranquility Afghan pattern, through Anastaciaknits has malicious malware. So everybody beware! :o(

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/ocean-tranquility-afghan This is the link I used to download the pdf of this pattern

I am working on it now as a baby blanket but I used 153 stitches........in "orange" cotton........it is working up lovely

I would like to get the pattern, but when i click for the pattern it doesn't come up.

I got the same thing and could not access the pattern. I did a google search and found it. try doing a google search or any kind of search and you will get it.

Beautiful! Going out tomorrow to buy yarn to make it! richardscindy23 4663247 don't see why you can't use a bigger hook. I always use a bigger hook in making things that aren't form fitting ie afghans, scarves. - makes the project go faster & supposedly you don't need as much yarn (?).

Where did you get the pattern for Ocean Tranquility Afghan? It won't come up for me.

I believe the designer thought the shell pattern was a reminder of the sea. You can always use a variegated blue/white/green/tan yarn for the ocean coastal colors.

This is a beautiful pattern, whatever it is called. I can't wait to start one. But I wish it was made with a bigger hook.

That must be the most misnamed afghan I have ever seen. The only way it brings to mind the Ocean is that it looks like a fish net. I was expecting something in blue tones and waves. Very disappointing.

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