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Pineapple Afghan Squares, Chain link Afghan, Hand Warmer Scarf, and Hooded Cape Crochet Patterns [Kindle Edition]

Lisa Hamblin
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Four crochet patterns you can add to your collection today.

The Handwarmer Scarf - perfect to keep your neck and hads warm. This projects finished size is approximately 12" x 53"

The Child's Hooded Cape pattern is sized for a 2 year old.

The Pineapple Afghan Square - you can use 2 to make a pillow or use six of the squares and make an afghan. When you match the colors of the yarn with the decor it makes any room better.

Dad's Chain Link Afghan measures 60" x 53" Long. Perfect for a couch or on top of your bed.


Product Details

  • File Size: 347 KB
  • Print Length: 22 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BTMTCAM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #843,572 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Nothing Special March 15, 2013
By Katie H
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This book contains four patterns. I would only consider the Pineapple Afghan square worth money. It is a pretty square and the pattern (though I haven't tested it yet) looks very sound. I got this book for free and I really wouldn't pay for anything listed here. The scarf is extremely simplistic and any beginner could figure it out without a pattern, and there are a million patterns like this for free online. The pictures for the Chain Link Afghan were awful and I cannot tell what it is supposed to look like when it is done. And finally the baby cape is cute, but again you could find something similar for free online. The pictures aren't very good, but other than that the formatting for the book is okay. In the end I wouldn't have paid for this book, but if you get the change to get it for free go ahead.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Lisa Hamblin Crochet Patterns May 19, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I love Lisa's book. I have followed her website for several years now and am always impressed with her expertise. Her patterns are well-written and quite clear--even I can understand and execute them. I am such a happy girl!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Loved the scarf May 4, 2013
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Nice idea on the hand warmer scarf. Pictures were just okay. Thanks for sharing your patterns. I love scarves and Afghan.
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More About the Author

My name is Lisa Hamblin. My husbands name is Tim, and we have one teenage daughter named Haley. We have two dogs: a four year old miniature schnauzer named Sawyer who says "mama" all the time and a two year old yorkipoo named Khloe who is always into something and likes to smile and go for rides in the car. I have been blessed to be a stay at home mom for the last 16 years. I am blessed beyond measure... God is good!

Crocheting has been a passion of mine for many years. My earliest memory of crocheting was in the late 1970's. I was in seventh grade and I can remember crocheting chains that were endless. I would carry big purses so I could take my crocheting with me to school. I loved the classes I had where I could put my purse in my lap and sneak in a few stitches.

When I was a child I remember watching family members crochet. My Aunt Brenda was working on an afghan one Christmas Eve and she let me try making a half double crochet stitch. She was almost out of yarn and when I finished the skein she let me rip out stitches just so I could make them again. I was "hooked".

I used to watch my cousin, Donna, make all sorts of things. She made hotpads and the prettiest crocheted cheerleader dolls I had ever seen. I was so intrigued at how she could look at a crochet pattern and know what she had to do to make an item. I had to learn this!

Mom and Dad would take me and my sister to K-Mart and let us by "one thing" each. I always ended up in the craft supplies and sometimes they would let me buy "two things"... yarn and a crochet hook. I would sit for hours trying to make things. I bought my first pattern book thinking I could make the sweater that was pictured on the cover. Boy! I was wrong. There was way more to this crocheting thing than I thought. After years of trying I finally made my first afghan (without a pattern) for my Mom. It ended up measuring at least twice the length of our couch and was only two or three feet wide. But Mom loved it! She would wrap it around her shoulders and tuck the ends beneath her feet. She would tell everyone that was her favorite blanket because she could wrap up in it. I was proud.

I hope you can find as much enjoyment from crocheting as I have?

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