A crocheted afghan with purple and blue stripes.

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This is a blanket that is made up of rows, but the work is from the front for some rows, and from the reverse for others, alternating as you please. This blanket may be made to any width and length that is needed, merely by adding more foundation dc’s in the leading row. The stripes can go horizontal or vertical, just by adjusting the number of dc’s in the first row. The link to the free pattern is below.

Skills: Upper beginner    Designer: Johanna Lindahl

Northling Blanket Free Crochet Pattern



The full article about this pattern is here:

Northling Blanket

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14 Comments

  1. I am having trouble getting the link to the pattern for the Northling Blanket.

    1. Link to the pattern is always at the end of the post. Thank you 🙂

  2. Julie Terrell says:

    Good morning. I selected the link for your pattern and got a “404 Not found” message. Could you please help me with accessing your pattern? It is a stunning piece!

    1. Thank you. Try now please.

  3. You really need to work on making your patterns more accessible. I understand putting the link for the pattern to click on another post gives you more ad views, but the link you’ve provided leads to a hat pattern and the link you’ve provided for saving to Pinterest pins an Ewok pattern. This pattern looks great and I’d love to try it, but if we can’t find the pattern really a bummer.

    1. Link was broken indeed and lead to wrong pin, We fixed it. Thank you for letting us know!

  4. SuzAnne Albrigh says:

    I am also not finding the pattern. I am getting the 404 error message. The blanket looks lovely! I would really like to try it.

    1. “The free crochet pattern is here”

    1. A link to a free pattern site is at the end of the post.

  5. This company wants you to keep clicking on choicessothey can getyou on mailing lists. BUT! U derthe secondpicture of the afghan are four ovals (Crochet PTtern Free), (Comforter Sets), etc. Right under those ovals it says “The Free crochet pattern is here”. Click on the blue word here.
    I hope this helps.

  6. The link is still not working. Would like to get this wedding present underway! Thanks

  7. CraftyGal says:

    I CAN’T ACCESS IT EITHER!!!

    1. Please skip to the sentence ‘go to the pattern’ followed by its name and click on it. (Optionally it may be „the free crochet pattern is >here<").

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