For our May Crochet Pattern Review and Giveaway, Carol Hegar from Shady Lane Original Crochet Designs has gifted us a copy of her Crochet Picket Fence Afghan ePattern. This ePattern will be given away to one of my lucky readers!
eBook: Crochet Picket Fence Afghan
Designer: Carol Hegar of Shady Lane Original Crochet Designs
Current Price (*subject to change): *$7.95 USD
Crochet Picket Fence Afghan ePattern
The Crochet Picket Fence Afghan ePattern can be crocheted in 3 different sizes simply by changing the yarn and the hook you use with the pattern.
This design features an outdoor scene with a picket fence, butterflies, bunny rabbits, flowers, clouds, flying boards and a shining sun.
Adult, Child and Baby Sizes
Adult | 60 inches X 47 inches | 4 mm (G) hook | Medium Weight Yarn 
Child | 53.5 inches X 41.75 inches | 3.75 mm (F) hook |Sport Weight Yarn 
Baby | 48 inches X 37.5 inches | 3.50 mm (E) hook | Baby Weight Yarn 
The pattern is written in US Crochet Terms. Optional graphs are provided on pages 9 and 10, for those who prefer working from graphs. Abbreviations used and special instructions are included on page 2. The information you need to work from the graphs is included at the bottom of page 8.
This afghan pattern is crocheted with just single, double and double crochet bobble stitches.
You make the single crochet stitches in the back-loop of the stitches and then you will work double crochet stitches in the remaining front loop of a stitch, 2 rows prior in specific places to create the design.
The effect is similar to Mosaic Knitting (or Slip Stitch Knitting) but using crochet stitches instead. This technique is like the one used to create the old-time vintage Native American Navajo Afghans.
Only simple stitches are used to make this afghan, so I feel a determined beginner would be able to master the pattern. You will only need to understand where to find the front loops and back loops of your stitches, single crochet, double crochet and slip stitches.
Carol has prepared a video to help you master the technique too. Watch the video here.
The Crochet Picket Fence Afghan ePattern is available for purchase from Shady Lane Original Crochet Designs. The current price (which is subject to change) at the time of this post being written is $7.95 USD.
If you would like to get your own copy today, you can use this coupon to receive 15% off: OOMB and the coupon can be used on any of the patterns on her site.
If you win the raffle and you have already purchased the booklet, Carol will be happy to substitute another Shady Lane ePattern of your choice from her designs!
Would you like to win a PDF copy of the Crochet Picket Fence Afghan ePattern?
Here’s how you can enter for a chance to win!
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This Giveaway is open worldwide where allowed by law.
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Start Date: May 9, 2020; 12:00 am ET
End Date: May 16, 2020, 11:59 pm ET
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If you are not the lucky winner of the giveaway and you would like to purchase your own copy of the Crochet Picket Fence Afghan, you can get it directly from Carol’s site. Be sure to use this coupon code for 15% off (for a limited time!) any of her patterns from her shop! Browse her patterns here. Coupon Code: OOMB
Please note: refunds will not be given for incorrectly applied, or the failure to remember to apply the coupon code before purchase. Please double check and message us if you have questions about using the coupon code. We are happy to help resolve issues that arise before you complete a purchase! Thank you for your understanding, Rhondda
I’d like to thank Carol Hegar for providing me with the review copy of the Crochet Picket Fence Afghan ePattern and for the giveaway copy for my readers!
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