Herrschners® Stormy Skies Plaid Blanket Crochet Afghan Kit

Item 205696
Hook yourself some plaid with this four-color beauty. Easy crochet kit includes Herrschners 2-Ply Afghan Yarn. 47 x 59" (119 x 150cm). Imported.
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Herrschners® Stormy Skies Plaid Blanket Crochet Afghan Kit
Item 205696
$49.99

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.85

(based on 19 reviews)

January 27, 2018
4.05
"As someone who is a complete newbie, it took awhile to get going. The kit could have used more detailed instructions. For example, I had no idea what a whip stitch was or how to keep straight edges. If you’re offering kits to beginners then also include tutorials for the basics."
September 13, 2017
4.05
"I like this project, easy to do and directions are well written and easy to follow. My only complaint is the picture of this blanket is more blue than the yarn that is sent. The yarn is teal and gray tones. "
July 23, 2017
5.05
"I loved making this afghan. It's been my favorite out of all the things I've made."
By Cathy Allen
Green Bay, WI
April 28, 2017
4.05
"Very beautiful afghan. Easy to crochet and nice yarn. Only thing I had trouble with was the pull-out skeins, as some of them were tangled up inside and could not find the starter piece of yarn to pull out, and had to roll the yarn into balls to use."