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Blue And White Afghan



The Blue And White Afghan is a great choice for knitters who enjoy a vintage style.The two-toned knitting pattern can add a colorful flair to any room in the house. This gorgeous blanket is perfect for a little boy's room or any room that needs a pop of sky blue. The Blue and White Afghan is a modern classic that will look great wherever you display it.

Blue And White Afghan
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Knitting Needle Size: 10.5 or 6.5 mm

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


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Mar 30, 2014

Utterly gorgeous. I can't wait to make this one, winter is coming up in June so I've got a good couple of months to finish it, perfect timing. :D


Apr 25, 2011

@ leanorrose 2534212: The (4) stands for the yarn weight. On many commercial yarn labels, yarns are numbered according to weight. Worsted or aran yarns are generally labeled #4. Hope this helps! -- Editors of AllFreeKnitting


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Apr 23, 2011

LIKE THIS PATTERN i don"t understand what the four (4) means. How many yards of yarn does it take. I would guess more than four skeinsbr Thanx.


Dec 26, 2010

The print in the pattern is so small that I can't read it. How can I cut and paste to enlarge it. I'm pretty technology illiterate on this Windows7 lap top. I do have Office 7 with micro word or works.


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