Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Afghan Crochet and Knitting Patterns

Making your own afghan is fun and easy, even a Sandyspider can do it. Years ago as a Christmas present, I received an afghan kit. The yarn came in colors of different shades of brown to orange. This afghan had the perfect earthy colors to go on my living room sofa and give it a little extra style.

This was my biggest crochet project. I had learned to crochet from my mother, who learned from her mother. Therefore, it was a family tradition. In my own family, it stopped with me. My daughter had shown no signs of interest in it.

It has been awhile since I have crocheted and I am sure I will need some refresher courses in it. But thankfully there are step by step pattern instructions for crochet and knitting.

Below are some fun crochet and knitting afghan patterns from bookdrawer, in the Kindle format (who is also a follower here).

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Sandy Mertens, (also known as Sandyspider, sandyspiderbite and SandyM online, plus a few others not listed). Began online as an internet marketer and soon found a passion for writing. An online writer and researcher who enjoys photography, art, graphics art, web design and working on blogging.

Looking for a change of career, Sandy opened up her first website . With a premade template, she soon used this as a guide to learn HTML and create all her websites from scratch. The eBook site does not look anything like the original one.

A website directory was created to show where to find Sandy, This directory is a work in process and has only a portion of where she can be found.

Discovering the creative side, she opened up several CafePress shops. A year later opened up her first Zazzle shop. She now has two shops:

Her designs can also be found on under Sandy Mertens on 3Drose.. These designs are on Amazon. Type in the product listed from the website or her name in Amazon to find these products.