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Re: Fisherman Crochet Afghan
Posted by: Carol ()
Date: March 09, 2010 09:55AM

Anonymous User Wrote:
> I am looking for fisherman afgans. I made one
> called "fisherman ripple" for my sister years ago,
> and I cannot find the pattern anywhere. If anyone
> has this pattern please send it to me. One lady
> said it was an old Herschner's pattern # 5306 -
> but I cannot find that either. Please let me
> know. If you just have regular fisherman afgans
> those would be great also. Thanks in advance!!

My mom actually pulled out a copy of this when I last visited her. I am a beginner, and she thought it would be something easy I could start with. Anyway, I have scanned the copy in to make a pdf file and can share with anyone who would like it. My e-mail address is cmv3@buffalo.edu.

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Re: Fisherman Crochet Afghan
Posted by: Nancy ()
Date: March 16, 2010 08:29PM

Please email me the pattern 5306, my dog eat part of my pattern.


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Re: Fisherman Crochet Afghan
Posted by: Bonnie B. ()
Date: April 10, 2010 10:43PM

Hey Everyone,

In the next month or so I have a new publication on Aran afghans coming out with Leisure Arts. I'll let you know as soon as it comes out. I'm also working on putting together a web site that specializes on Aran/Fisherman/Irish Isle style crochet. Stay tuned.

Resting in His grace,

Bonnie B.

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Re: fisherman star crochet pattern was in a kit from National Yarn crafts--pictured in NEEDLECRAFT winter 1991
Posted by: Irene ()
Date: June 18, 2010 10:28PM

The fisherman star afghan was in a kit and featured in NEEDLECRAFT Winter 1991 magazine. Does anyone have this filet crochet pattern. The pattern looks like a tulip shape in each of the four corners with a circle in the middle. I also have many crochet books if anyone is looking for some old patterns like crochet skirt and matching sweater, broomstick scarf, doilies.

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Re: crocheted Aran Afghan
Posted by: Karen N. ()
Date: July 05, 2010 09:28PM

I am delighted to have found others interested in Aran Afghan patterns. I would like to share information to get a free copy of the pattern I have been using. Go to priscillascrochet.net. Under free pattern index look for Aran Afghan. I hope you like it as much as I do. I have rec'd very positive comments on the pattern. I use Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick yarn in wheat color. It takes 18 skeins but the result is wonderful.I use an 'N" hook.
I'd like to hear what others think of this pattern.

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Re: Fisherman Crochet Afghan
Posted by: BONNIE ()
Date: July 18, 2010 07:50PM

I would love a copy of the fisterman crochet afghan. I have a copy but I can't read it. Could email me a copy to bbredwagon6@gmail.com

Anonymous User Wrote:
> I have a readable copy of the Herrschner's
> Fisherman's Ripple Afghan. I'd be
> glad to share it. I made mine in the eighties,
> and have made four more lately.
> I've even made smaller versions in white as
> christening blankets. They turned out
> really nice. My pattern doesn't have any "puffs"
> as described in the last comment.
> It is a combination of regular single crochet
> ripples and then lacy ripples.
> Just contact me at the above e-mail and we'll
> figure out how to get a copy to you.

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Re: Fisherman Crochet Afghan
Posted by: myrna ()
Date: October 26, 2010 11:16AM

id love to find a way to get a copy of this pattern as well... thanks for any help anyone can offer.. i am willing to pay any expenses to get it.. the one i had orig came in a kit and i have since lost the instructions ... thank you

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Re: Fisherman Crochet Afghan
Posted by: Lois ()
Date: November 08, 2010 11:37AM

I recently discovered that Herrschner's Vintage Ripple afghan is virtually the same as their #5306 Fisherman's Ripple afghan. The only differences in the pattern is they've changed the size (was 45 x 62, now 33 x 56) from 15 points to 12, going from 9 sc instead of 8. They also did some re-wording so an inexperienced crocheter wouldn't notice the difference; however, when the afghan is worked, in one color, it is the exact same afghan, just smaller. The Vintage Ripple afghan also uses the exact same 2 oz. afghan yarn.

Hope this helps anyone looking for the old Herrschner's Fisherman Ripple.

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Re: Fisherman Crochet Afghan
Posted by: Kathy ()
Date: January 10, 2011 10:34PM

Hi the Fisherman ripple afghan pattern that I am chasing has front and back post trebles in a ripple pattern. Just wondering if anyone has a copy of this pattern??
Could you let me know as I would love to get a copy

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Re: Fisherman Crochet Afghan 5306 per 2005 posting
Posted by: Clancey ()
Date: January 18, 2011 06:29AM

Fisherman ripple afghan Herrschner's #5306

Saw your 2005 posting. I have a very marked up copy I could scan and send to you if you still need it.
Love this worked in Lion Microspun –so soft & great for gift.

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