I thrifted a great little crochet afghan pamphlet
recently, and I wanted to share with you
the drool worthy images and patterns that
all of you "Grannyites" adore.
It isn't dated, but it looks like it could
be from the late 50's to early 60's.
It was only 29 cents. Those were the days.
See what you think.
I have high hopes of making one of these in the Fall.
I'm forced inside due to weather conditions
and it will be the perfect time to dive into a new crochet project.
Here is is.
Isn't the blanket on the cover amazing?
The color combination is striking.
I have a similar version, in white and orange.
It is a smaller lap type quilt.
Isn't it gorgeous?
The pattern in this pamphlet is called,
'The New Charleston Garden'.
There are lots of different versions
of this rose/flower out there.
At the end of this post- I will put pictures up of
this pattern if your interested in trying this original pattern.
Check out this beauty.
Flower Garden is a fitting name.
I think I want to try a small version of this pretty.
The "Mesh Diamond" is a pretty classic pattern too.
A few more pretty styles.
Ok- not sure about the tiger one.
Especially because of how they styled it here..eek
The Ripple is a great pattern though that I see lots
of gals re-creating
I actually thrifted a couple below.
This pattern is crazy gorgeous-
and it is a "Flower Fountain".
Here they show you the layout and colors by chart.
Here is a nautical themed child afghan.
It would look amazing in a boys vintage theme nursery.
This piece would be perfect for that man in your life....hehe
Hope you had fun seeing these patterns.
I will keep you apprised of my future projects
from this pamphlet.
Pattern for the 'The New Charleston Garden'.