Herrschners® 2017 Award Winning Baby Afghans Book
Item 340036
Make a memorable baby gift with this collection of four winning patterns from our 2017 National Afghan Contest. (Three knit and one crochet pattern.) Color photos and concise patterns make stitching easy!
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
3.05

(based on 2 reviews)

March 05, 2018
1.05
"I have never been so disappointed with a publication put out by Herrschners. There were errors in the directions for all 3 block types. I asked for and received an errata sheet, but it also contained errors and I had to make a second request for an errata sheet to the errata sheet. I bought this booklet as part of a kit last fall. Now I see the booklet is for sell as a stand alone. I hope the booklet has been reprinted with all corrections included."
By Christine
LaGrange, OH
September 07, 2017
5.05
"This is a great book with four unique designs. I have already completed and presented the Lullaby Lambie-Pie afghan that appears on the cover. I enjoyed crocheting it and my nephew and his girlfriend were thrilled to get it for their first baby girl. It is not for a beginner, though. I consider myself an accomplished crocheter, but there were a couple things I had never done before so it was quite challenging. I plan to make another one soon for my niece's latest addition due next year."