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Blackhawk Afghan

by Pamela Grennes from Crochet Parfait
Show your love for Chicago's favorite hockey team with this Blackhawk Afghan. This free crochet afghan pattern is made using a crochet chart and worsted weight yarn. It's a perfect homemade gift idea for the hockey fan in your life. This crochet blanket will definitely keep you warm whether you're c...
  • Randa Hiemke

    Crocheting Using a Grid Pattern Crochet Parfait: Chicago Black Hawk Afghan

  • Helen Arnold

    Blackhawk Afghan / advanced / FREE CROCHET pattern

  • Anabel Carcana

    Chicago Blackhawk Afghan - Show your love for Chicago's favorite hockey team with this Blackhawk Afghan. Pattern is made using a crochet chart and worsted weight yarn. The graph measures 149 squares wide and 135 squares long. You'll definitely want to learn how to crochet a blanket with this one. Go Hawks!. (ADVANCED)

  • Ramey Weaver

    Ravelry: Chicago Black Hawk Afghan pattern by Pam Grennes

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