Features: Dahlia Afghan | Doll Skirt and Jacket Set | Raised Rib Baby Hat

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This week at Wednesday Link Party 350 we feature a lovely Dahlia Afghan, an Our Generation Doll Jacket and Skirt Set and a pretty Raised Rib Baby Hat. Each of these projects was crocheted using a free pattern!

Check out our 3 featured projects, their patterns and their posts at the links below the Collage Image.

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Wednesday Link Party 350 Features Dahlia Afghan Doll Skirt and Jacket Set and Raised Rib Baby Hat

This Week at Party 350 we feature projects from My Bijou Life, Craft Attic Resources and Kylie Crochets!

  1. Dahlia Afghan | My Bijou Life
  2. Our Generation Elizabeth Skirt and Summer Jacket | Craft Attic Resources
  3. Raised Rib Baby Hat | Kylie Crochets

 You may also enjoy these featured projects:

Featuring a Triple Strand Necklace Crochet Pattern(Opens in a new browser tab)

Featuring a Free Pattern for Pretty Facial Scrubbies, a Baby Penguin Square and a Lovely Tote Bag!(Opens in a new browser tab)

6 Great PINS to add to your PINTEREST board!

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♥ Rhondda (Oombawka Design Crochet) & Amy (The Stitchin’ Mommy)

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Wednesday Link Party 350 Features Dahlia Afghan Doll Skirt and Jacket Set and Raised Rib Baby Hat PIN
Dahlia Afghan | My Bijou Life

Dahlia Afghan | My Bijou Life

I love the colors used in Michelle's Dahlia Afghan! She followed a free crochet pattern from Attic24 for this and she has included the link in her post.

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Our Generation Elizabeth Skirt and Summer Jacket | Craft Attic Resources

Our Generation Elizabeth Skirt and Summer Jacket | Craft Attic Resources

This adorable skirt and summer jacket were crocheted using a free pattern. You can make a set too 🙂 just visit Craft Attic Resources for the link to the pattern.

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Raised Rib Baby Hat | Kylie Crochets

Raised Rib Baby Hat | Kylie Crochets

This pretty crocheted baby hat can be made with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5.5 mm (I) hook. The free pattern is available from Kylie Crochets.

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