Herrschners® Mermaid's Dream Baby Blanket Crochet Afghan Kit
Item 205533P
Suggested Retail: CAD 33.74    
Our Price: CAD 20.24
Create a precious gift for baby, destined to be treasured for years to come and handed down for generations. Intermediate crochet kit includes Herrschners® 2-Ply Baby Yarn, clear vinyl storage bag, yarn needle, a label for personalization, and instructions. 37 x 37" (94 x 94cm). Imported.
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 3 reviews)

By debi hall
Butte, MT
July 09, 2016
"The instructions were a bit complicated initially - but this is an intermediate pattern. There are only 3 stitches used - ch, slp st, dc and by the 3rd time doing the foundation (ladder) and the scales, I no longer needed the pattern. The blanket works up nice and the yarn supplied with it is pretty (although it tries to split when working). Simply because of the VAST number of stitches, this blanket is NOT a fast work up. It's worth it but plan for extra time."
April 09, 2016
"I agree that the directions were hard to understand and I Think that it would have been much simpler if there were a few illustrations to explain the directions. I think that some patterns could even use a video to help explain the pattern."
By Karen Madrigal
San Bernardino, CA
December 23, 2015
"It is very hard to understand the instructions and I have been crocheting for about 17 years but I'm going to sit down in a quiet room and try to figure it out"