Crochet Celtic Dream Afghan
We transformed the Chrysanthemum Square to have additional rounds and a completely new join. The concept was by Mary Keys and provided me with the transforming write up on how she transformed my original square into this beautiful masterpiece. Introducing the Crochet Celtic Dream Afghan.
Mary reduced her hook to a 5 mm / H Hook. Reduction of hook and recommended yarn she used changed the size of the afghan to 53″ x 63″. It is still using 20 squares in total.
Mary changed the main flower so that 10 squares had denim flowers and the other 10 had Pastel Blue flowers. You can see in the main picture how she laid out the squares.
If you recall, this is part of our Crochet Flora Afghan Series where Mary has gone above and beyond.
The tutorial I have provided is to round 13. Mary than when a step further for Rnd 14, 15 and 16 A or 16 B. Those are not covered in the tutorial as this design concept was a fabulous afterthought.
Nancy Elliott also took a different approach to the same centre flower and really gave it a boost. This is the Crochet Flower Power Afghan.
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Just love the colors of the Celtic Dream Afghan. Have a couple of comments. I found in order to make the afghan look like the original, had to make a couple of revisions. Rnd 8 – used either B or C (whichever is not the color used in Rnds 3-7; Rnd 9 – use D rather than A color yarn; Rnd 12 use either B or C color, same color as used in Rnds 3-7; Rnd 13, use B or C, same color as used in Rnd 8. Rnd 14 on, use color A. At the end of round 16A, do you fasten off A? On the other squares, crochet Rnds 14-16B and then continue to connect the squares together? Thank you so much for your help in this.
Let me circle back. I may need to pull down this free pattern if there are too many revisions. Thanks for letting me know. I will try to circle back and pull apart the pattern to see everything that is wrong.
I love your work, tutorials and behind the scenes videos. Thank you for sharing your talents with the rest of the world! Keep up the great work and keep being your awesome self!
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