Apache Tears Afghan [Free Crochet Pattern and Video Tutorial]



Wonderfully finished, charming and interesting! I’m writing about the strikingly hypnotizing Apache Tears crochet design. It’s not complicated, so let’s start on it right away! It is a wonderful pattern based on the zigzag stitch and can be used for many of your projects like blankets, scarves or many more. You can easily customize this pattern. Don’t hesitate to use any colors you want, to mix them or use a different color in each row. See our favorite realization. The link to the free pattern and video tutorial are below.

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Apache Tears Afghan [Free Crochet Pattern]


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  1. I so love this pattern. I am trying to get enough courage to try it. I live in Apache Junction Az. you do fantastic work.

  2. Planning to use this pattern to make a temperature blanket. One row each day based on the high temperature of the day.

  3. Misspelled last name should be Martinez. Always looking for challenging projects. Enjoy crocheting for my children and grandchildren to include afghans, baby layettes, Barbie doll clothes and other projects they select for me.

  4. How much yarn would I need to make a King size blanket? This pattern is beautiful. Thanks for the tutorial!

  5. I enjoyed watching your video but you speak too fast, can be confusing when describing how you are counting and moving the zig zag to the different directions. Slow it down, and try and use less words because so much talking makes it more confusing and it doesn’t have to be. I hope you take this suggestion to make a more concise and clear tutorial. Very pretty.

  6. Can you send me the Apache afagan pattern.
    I’m having a hard time with the video?
    Please, I really would appreciate it; really!
    Thank you so much,

    1. Hi, thank you for your comment. A link to the free pattern is under the NAME of the pattern at the end of the post or there is a name of a pattern + visit a PATTERN SITE”.

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