Kerry Aran Afghan Crochet Pattern
A fun texturized blanket!
Finished size: 45" x 62"
Designed by Melissa Leapman.
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July 12, 2023
This pattern is getting the better of me, I've crocheted for over 30 years, so glad I'm not the only one that is having problems with this. I wish there was a video for this one, it sure would help! Regardless I'm determined to finish this as I purchased the whole kit and I really love the blanket, hope mine looks like that lol. As suggested below I'm going to look up Bonnie Barker and each stitch to figure out placement. I will finish!
August 18, 2022
I was extremely disappointed in this pattern!! I thought it was poorly explained. I have been crocheting for 53 years. I marked and counted everything. I took out rows multiple times to double check my work. I rarely give up on anything, but after 2 days of rereading and retrying, I gave up!!. The center panel part was just too difficult to figure out.
February 7, 2021
The pattern is hard to start but once you get the flow it makes sense. I found writing the pattern out on paper made it easier. I wish there was a graph I am more of a visual person so I think a graph would be helpful. I have ripped out a few times but I think I am on my way to success.
January 29, 2021
This pattern came out beautiful! It was a little hard to follow at first, but once I figured out where each "panel"┬Ł started I made markings on the pattern to help know where each began. This helped me a lot and made it go very smoothly. I hope this idea helps others, because it really is a gorgeous Afghan! I made it as a gift, now I want to make one for myself:)
October 4, 2020
I loved making this afghan and it came out beautifully. I'm on my second one for a Christmas gift. I don't understand the other reviews that claim its hard to follow. One row at a time. I did Google Bonnie Barker and each stitch for a video just to be sure that I had it right. The celtic is difficult at first but. Once you learn the pattern and understand how the stitches go it was a breeze. I work the celtic all from the front side just the opposite way on 2nd row. Would highly recommend and if you are new to crochet have patience as its worth the effort.