Herrschners® Bewildered Baby Blanket Yarn Kit

Item 244748
An expert use of texture and color makes this mandala-inspired design truly breathtaking. Kit includes Herrschners 2-Ply Baby Yarn and intermediate crochet instructions. 40" dia. (102cm dia.). Imported.
Requires US size H-8 (5mm) hook to complete.
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 6 reviews)

March 26, 2021
"I am giving this pattern 4 stars because it is such an interesting pattern, especially because both sides, though different in appearance, are equally appealing. However, though I have made dozens of afghans, I have never seen a set of instructions with so many errors. Some are minor & obvious; however, most of the errors contribute to confusion. Stitch counts at the end of all rounds would help, but really the pattern needs to be completely rewritten."
March 06, 2021
"I really love this pattern, but some of the rows are very confusing. I have had to tear out rows and redo because the following row doesn’t match up to the previous row. One row will come out right and the next doesn’t. Had to finagle to make it come out right. Has anyone else have or had this problem?"
March 03, 2021
"absolutely beautiful the colors are great for boy or girl , pattern is not difficult i strongly recommend this , what a great gift and now you have pattern to switch up the colors to what you want"
January 28, 2021
"The pattern is difficult in my opinion it is for the "advanced" crocheter. I had no prior experience with doing all of these complicated crochet stitches FPsc, FPdc, BPsc, BPsc, V-stitch, FPsc4tog. Every row has been a struggle. I would suggest that Herrschners create a Video that people like me can view online to help with this pattern. I"
January 17, 2021
"I question the use of an H hook with 2 ply yarn....I worked 10 rows and became flustered with the big hook...I tore it out and moved to a G hook and it is !much ! Better..."