Crochet Christmas Dusty Snowflake Afghan Pattern

Crochet Christmas Dusty Snowflake Afghan Pattern

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Dusty Snowflake Throw

Dusty Snowflake Throw

Crochet Christmas Dusty Snowflake

The Crochet Dusty Snowflake Afghan was one of the first tutorials we did many years ago. It’s a combination of two different types of motifs that are really hard to tell when looking at the picture on its own.

There are overlaying effects on the main large motif that do the outward spokes of the snowflakes. The small motif is pretty simplistic.

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What sells this afghan to me is the usage of the variegate blue yarn used. It reminds me of a snowy evening.

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5 thoughts on “Crochet Christmas Dusty Snowflake Afghan Pattern”

  1. El says:

    In the original photo there are different shades of blue. However in your tutorial it is a solid blue. Would you be able to tell me what yarn/colors the original was done in?
    Thank you. I look forward to hearing from you.

    1. Mikey says:

      Stand by. I have to open the pattern that is linked.

    2. Mikey says:

      The pattern stated: RED HEART® “Super Saver®”: 2 skeins 311 White A
      and 5 skeins 984 Shaded Dusk B.

      1. Lindsay Link says:

        What color do you use in the tutorial? I like the solid blue.

      2. Mikey says:

        This was filmed so long ago. I don’t recall and it appears I didn’t mention it. I’m sorry.

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