Winter Blizzard Crochet Afghan

Winter Blizzard Crochet Afghan

Winter Blizzard Crochet Afghan
Winter Blizzard Crochet Afghan
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"This timeless Crochet Winter Blizzard Snowflake Afghan designed by Daniel Zondervan is the cat’s meow for the winter season. A playful approach to winter with creating a snowflake inside a hexagonal motif that utilizes the Jacobs Ladder Technique to kick it over the top."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Finished Size55" x 60"

Materials List

  • Bernat Super Value Yarn

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This winter blizzard crochet afghan is stunning. Each round of crochet adds another level of texture and design and the final motif measures to approximately 13 inches. The promised video is now available and I enjoyed all of the tips and the simple directions.

Just passing by and I glimpsed this crochet pattern and I have to say I think this will be my next crochet project. This finished design is a really nice size and it is an odd shape because the motifs are a hexagon. Because of the blue colors this is a beautiful winter design but by selecting a combination of other colors this could be an afghan to compliment you home decor.

This Winter Blizzard Crochet Afghan is so beautiful, it looks like a winter wonderland. The color looks so real, it's like you're playing on ice and enjoying the cold just like Elsa singing Let it Go. Let it go, let it go, let it go.....

Oh wow! This is so pretty. I love the way the white and blues blend together. The white between motifs is nice too. I think I might like black or navy for mine, make it a night time snow scene. I am just not sure whether or not it will reduce the vibrance of the blues.

Ive seen several other snowflake themed afghans, but this is by far the most striking. I love the little spikes, but the Jacobs Ladder at each point really makes it stand out. Ive worked Jacobs Ladder in tatting but not crochet. Thank goodness the designer posted an instructional video because the crochet version uses a completely different technique. Many thanks for this beauty!


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