I was wondering if anyone has the Lee Ward's reversible shell crochet afghan pattern. I would so appreciate having it. I made it about twenty-five years ago for someone and would love to make it for my daughter. She has had five miscarriages and has been blessed with a very special little girl who is due in July. I would just love to make it for her. Thank you so much.
By Rachel from La Grange Park, IL
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By Vivian Berlane02/23/2011
I have the reversable shell stitch afghan pattern #06-3662
By mcw 04/10/2010
I must be running a lucky streak on search engines. I logged onto Google, copied and pasted your request on their search engine. And then found the website with the crocheting pattern you were looking for. Would you believe it that a thriftyfun member posted the website.
I hope this is the right pattern you were looking for. There's no photo posted but gives all of the instructions. Give my love to your daughter! Happy Crocheting!
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Here's the pattern I am trying to track down:
Lee Wards Creative Crafts Center
Shell Stitch Baby Afghan
Art. No. 06-36662
Finished Size: 36 X 48
I need the pattern or kit for this baby afghan. It was made with the following yarn colors: White, pastel green, pastel yellow, pastel lilac, baby blue, and baby pink.
The pattern was sold at Lee Wards from 1975 till the 1990s. I have eight months and counting down.
Could someone please help me find this?
There are plenty of shell patterns available, just alternate your colors, using white as a primary and you'll have a one-of-a-kind gift. (03/28/2005)
Maybe one of those are close. (03/29/2005)
I found it here: freepatterns.com You have to scroll down the page a bit, but it's called the "Opposites Attract Table Set" I've examined the pictures that come with the pattern and it looks exactly the same a the original afghan I received as a gift when my daughter was born. The pattern calls for crochet cotton, but I'm hoping to replicate it in DK and scale it up to afghan size. Hope this helps others who have been searching for the same pattern as I had. (06/16/2008)
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