[Free Pattern] Captivating And Fascinating Apache Tears Crochet Pattern

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These colors just pop out at you! The mesmerizing Apache Tears crochet pattern by Sarah London makes you use your imagination a lot and think of creative ways to use the stitch. How about some beautiful, textured, colorful blankets or placemats or rugs? Once again, the possibilities are endless. You can use the basic crochet pattern on the site to make a beautiful blanket using this gorgeous stitch.



Beautifully textured, captivating and fascinating!

I’m referring to the strikingly mesmerizing Apache Tears crochet pattern.

I’ve had quite a few enquiries in regards to this pattern, so today I thought I’d share my tips and technique with you. It’s not a complicated pattern so let’s get started!

The pattern may also be customized to your own preferences, producing a dense fabric!

When it comes to customizing it all boils down to… the spacing… you can choose to customize your blanket.

Written in UK terminology. (Source)

[Free Pattern] Captivating And Fascinating Apache Tears Crochet PatternImage source: Sarah London

Thanks to Sarah  for the article inspiration and featured image

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39 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] Captivating And Fascinating Apache Tears Crochet Pattern”

  1. @[1472545983:2048:Lois], where it says : The mesmerizing Apache Tears crochet pattern by Sarah London … please click the words: Apache Tears. The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

  2. This is my favorite pattern for a quilt with double skeins. I love this pattern, because it’s a tight yet thick stitch where my toes don’t go through it !! I remember getting this pattern from a “Yarnmart”, 20 yrs. ago in Buena Park, California… Thanks to my Grandma Dietz!!! And her patients at teaching me !!

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