I’m finally done! The animal print afghan that I have been working on for a couple of weeks is finally finished. I am so in love with it. The finished product is so lovely, it surpassed even my expectations
There is a lovely animal pattern bordering the blanket, complete with giraffes, elephants and lions.
I have had many requests for this afghan pattern, Unfortunately, the pattern is not mine so I can not post it due to copyright. But head on over to my Etsy shop and you can order the finished product!
Where can I get the animal print baby afghan pattern? It is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you! I love it as well. I got the pattern from the book ‘A Year of Baby Afghans’ from Leisure Arts. It’s the August pattern. But there is no specific author listed. I hope this helps!! If you can’t find it, let me know and I can scan the pattern and send it to you… Just send me an email (email@example.com)
Thank you so much!! I have 2 books a year of baby afghans book 3 and book 5 neither one of them have the pattern. I would love to have the pattern. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. I appreciate it very much!!!!!!!
Check your inbox.. I sent the pattern today 🙂
Thank YOU so much!!!!!!!!! I really appreciate it very much. I am excited to start crocheting it soon. Thanks again
You’re very welcome. Send me a pic when you’re done and I’ll feature it on the blog 🙂
We recently welcomed a new baby girl into our family and I would love to make this blanket for her. Her Mom and Dad have decorated her room with jungle and zoo animals. This blanket would be perfect. I’m hoping I’m not to late in requesting this awesome pattern from you and I wait anxiously to hear back from you.
Thank you & Happy Hooking!!
Check your inbox 🙂
Thank you very much Vanessa!!! I cant wait to get started on this new project!! Have a GREAT DAY!! 🙂
Hi Vanessa, your afghan is very beautiful, thank a lot for sharing it.
Very beautiful. Would also love the pattern. Thanks
Finish the full border and you will love it even more! Also, I added a mane fringe by fastening a few layers to the neck of the lion. It gives it clarity and depth as well as having something to play with.