Crochet Twilight Shells Throw Pattern

Crochet Twilight Shells Throw Pattern

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Crochet Twilight Shells Throw

Crochet Twilight Shells Throw

Crochet Twilight Shells

I just recently came back from the Knit & Crochet Show in Manchester New Hampshire. I joined my team at Red Heart at this show. On display was this gorgeous Twilight Shells Throw.

I was really taken by this afghan as it’s really simple. It appears to be waves that are ever so slight but it’s shells that are offset from each other to give it the visual effect. I said to a fan, I bet this afghan would look amazing in so many other great colours too!

It’s a brand new pattern by Red Heart. Do you want a free pattern? It’s called the Twilight Shells Throw.

Good Luck and if you do this pattern, don’t be shy to post it on our Facebook. We always love to see your ideas and more.

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Crochet Twilight Shells Throw Pattern

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