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Hey Neicee... this is totally my style. Love it. I think I may need to try this one soon. I'll be keeping my eyes peeled for this one. And I'll be back to see if you have found it. But, forget that ebay price.
Thanks Kate..Ill let you know.
This is so cute. I'll be on the lookout, hope I can find it. I would love this as well! Have a great weekend.
I JUST pinned this on Pinterest yesterday!! Let me go see what I can dig up!!!!I love it too.....soon as I saw it!
Well, never mind....now I see that you repinned my pin, and already tried to hunt it down. Sorry. Let me know what you find out.Kris
I know the girl who it tracks back to does not even have on her site! She does not look like she crochets even! I follow you on pinterest! Ill let you know if I find anything out.
The pattern was printed in Crafting Traditions magazine, May/June 2004. I found the magazine on ebay also, but it is also $14. People suck. I've emailed a lady that I know had it at one time. We'll see if she emails me back. Maybe she'll trade me the flower afghan pattern for it or just outright give it to me. Someone gave it to her.
OOOO Awesome! I love you Pammy Sue!
Oh wow, I love it and I want it too!!!!!!!!!!! It's so cute. Well I hope Pammy Sue can help you find the pattern.Groetjes, Monique
I let you know Monique
It's so cute!! Hope you find the pattern!!! Have a great weekend!www.myhookonlife.blogspot.com
very cute! just perfect for summer.:o)
Oh what a fun afghan/blanket! And how rotten a price for the pattern! I bet if ya played around with a hook and yarn for awhile you could figure it out.Susanne :)
I've only seen the ebay version of this as well.However, couldn't you take a basic crochet ice cream cone pattern (such as the free one from CrochetSpot: http://www.crochetspot.com/crochet-pattern-ice-cream-cone/) and just make a bunch of them and connect the motifs?
You can right click on the pic with your mouse and save the pic in your downloads, then when you click on the download you can also enlarge it by using the + feature. It can then be printed to get a bigger view of this afghan so you can pick the pattern right off of the saved pic. It should actually print it on a full page of your printer paper. That $14.99 Ebay price is ridiculous, heck you can invest in a whole book of patterns for that kind of price.Susanne
There are some independent sellers on Amazon with the magazine for $1.65 + about $3 shippinghttp://www.amazon.com/Crafting-Traditions-Magazine-June-2004/dp/B002NEL3KW
Odd- even though it says May/June 2004, when I click on it, it is a different year. :(
Adorable! If you find, please let me know. Maybe several of us would like to go in together (through paypal) to purchase the pattern? I would be willing to donate a couple of bucks. firstname.lastname@example.orgMelissa
It was in Crafting Traditions May/June 2004
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