2010 Cross-Stitch Crochet Afghans (4 patterns) Crochet Book
Item 340141
Beautiful crochet afghans with cross-stitch embellishments are simply unforgettable. Each pattern includes detailed instructions and easy-to-follow diagrams.

Herrschners® 2010 Award-Winning Cross-Stitch Crochet Afghans book contains four winning patterns from our 2010 National Afghan Contest. Cross-stitch crochet afghans include Rosebud Medley Afghan (easy), Viking Ship Afghan (intermediate), The Tradition Afghan (intermediate), and Autumn Afghan (intermediate). Color photos and concise patterns make stitching easy! Softcover, 24 pages.
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
3.75

(based on 3 reviews)

December 01, 2015
2.05
"I WAS DISAPPOINTED THAT THE PROJECTS WERE VERY INVOLVED. I HAVE DONE A LOT OF CROSS STITCH AFGHANS AND THESE WERE TOO INVOLVED AND THERE WAS NOT A BIG SELECTION FOR THE PRICE I PAID"
November 27, 2014
5.05
"Excellent Unique, beautiful and clear instructions - love this pattern book"
January 24, 2014
4.05
"Cross Stitch Crochet Afghans (2010) Wish we could see all the afghans and not just the front cover. Otherwise nice designs. Looking for the 2007 Award Winning Juvenile Afghans. Can't find it on the web site. "