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  • Tonya Sissel

    2 Sided Baby Afghan ~ free pattern Oh my goodness! This is the first baby blanket I ever crocheted. That was in the early 90s.

  • P L

    Ravelry: 2 Sided Baby Afghan pattern by Janet David - free crochet pattern

  • Deborah Eaddy

    2 Sided Afghan ~ free pattern. This is one of my old standby faves! My first time using this was a kit from Lee Wards. No designer name is known, but kudos to the person who created the design.

  • Laura Twiss

    2 Sided Baby Afghan ~ free crochet pattern - looks thick and warm! - love free patterns!!

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  • Dayna Holt

    I was given a green and white one for my son when he was born. Beautiful.

  • Sara McEachern

    I have one that my great grandmother made for me in 1974 :)

  • Kathy Rosado

    I have been looking for this kind of pattern forever! My great aunt made my daughter one when she was born. My daughter is going on 35 years old. Thank you!

  • Belinda Yakel

    I originally got this pattern over 21 years ago at Leewards and made it for all the babies in the family. No two are alike. First one was for my daughter who will be 21.

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Quick Crochet Stripes Baby Blanket. My current project. Such a fun pattern, super easy!

Vintage Wobble Afghan - free crochet pattern on moogly! easy stich but textured look!

So adorable. Sweater cocoon Idea for crochet instead of knit, open on both sides so much easier to use?