Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Finished Harley Davidson Afghan

Rose S has finished the Harley Afghan.  Didn't she do a fantastic job!  She added an orange outline which looks quite nice.

Rose says that she carried some of the threads that were close and used bobbins for the rest of the yarn. It took 2 days to tie in the ends.

If you would like the free chart for this afghan you can email me at  Here is the original post.

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  1. That is just amazing!!! My nephew was the one I wanted the pattern for, now if he sees this he's going to expect a finished product asap!!! Fantastic job!!!

  2. Fantastic. So amazing! Sarah

  3. All I can say is WOW, totally amazing and absolutely beautiful. I wish I was good enough at crochet to make this blanket. Did she carry all the colors or did she drop them? There is so many different colors to work with. The most I have ever worked with is three and I always cut the yarn and pick it back up when I need it, I always have a lot of ends to weave in, lol. I can't imagine having to weave in all the ends for this afghan, lol.

  4. This is fantastic - would you please send the graph or directions? Thank you very much!

    1. Email me at and I'll send it to you.

  5. is this pattern still available? I would love to make it for my husband if so please email me at thank you so much

  6. Great job! I would also love this for my son ...please email me at -

  7. I would love to have the pattern for the Harley my email is

  8. What a awesome job! My daughter loves Harley and would love to make her this blanket. Would you please send me this pattern to Thank you so much.

  9. This afgan is so awesome. My husband loves everything Harley Davidson. I would love to make this for him. Can you please send me the chart or pattern. My email is you. And you did such a good job.

  10. Is this pattern still available? I would love to make for my husband.

  11. Would you please send me the pattern to I would like to do a counted cross stitch picture for my cousin and her fiancé for their wedding in September this year.