Herrschners® Zebra Print Afghan Crochet Afghan Kit

Item 200051
Show off your wild side when you crochet and display this distinctive afghan. Kit includes Lion Brand® Vanna's Choice® yarn, clear vinyl storage bag, yarn needle, a label for personalization, and easy crochet instructions in afghan book with three additional designs. Approximately 46 x 64" (117 x 163cm). Imported. Designed by Dorothy Warrell of Granville, OH.
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 2 reviews)

December 24, 2018
"Just finished making this afghan, but used beige and obsidian colors (still Lion Brand Vanna's Choice). It really turned out beautifully but was very time consuming!! In addition to the first comment regarding crochet hook size, you should be aware that there's an error on Row 1 of the border. It says to have the WS (wrong side) facing up, but it DEFINITELY SHOULD BE RS (right side) FACING UP or else you're making the border on the back side of the afghan."
July 28, 2018
"I'm working on this pattern now & it's working up really beautifully. However, there are several errors in the pattern. First off to achieve the gauge recommended you need to use a J (or in my case a K) hook, definitely NOT the H shown in the pattern. If you check the gauge on the yarn itself it recommends a J. Also the photo shown is a reverse image of the pattern as written, so if you look at your work it's the reverse of what's shown. That should be corrected!"