The Afghan in Its Natural Habitat

Work on the hexagon afghan continues. I have stitched together a few more rows and added them to the blanket, with a few on stand-by waiting to be attached. I also managed to take a photo of it in the new home of my mother, the intended recipient.


I think it will fit right in when it’s all done.

4 thoughts on “The Afghan in Its Natural Habitat

  1. Hi there. Your afghan is just what I’ve been looking for! Where did you find the pattern? It seems simple enough, but I am still novice enough to need direction 🙂 But haven’t found this particular pattern in any books or the internet (yet.)
    If you have a chance to send me in the right direction I would really appreciate it! Thanks, Amanda

  2. If you are looking for a pattern for this afghan, I would happily share my “formula”. Leave a comment and I will send you the directions I used.

  3. Hi Cheryl,
    Your photo of your afghan is BEAUTIFUL!!! I just started searching for a pattern like this after seeing the Haverhill afghan (VERY EXPENSIVE) in the Garnet Hill catalog. Would you mind sharing your pattern with me? I would really appreciate it. Thank you! Stephanie

  4. Hi Cheryl – I am picking up on a thread of so many who were haunted by the Haverhill afghan in the Garnet Hill catalog – I had saved a picture of it in my computer – I was obsessed with it! Seeing the photo again, I am back on the quest and it must be said, your pattern is extremely close!

    Would you mind sharing it with me?

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