Daffodil Afghan Crochet Pattern is a really beautiful pattern with distinctive colors and most interestingly a work that can really make a difference especially in what we like to do which is crochet. Let’s talk a bit about this pattern and what you can do to decorate your home even more with it.
Daffodil Afghan Crochet Pattern
Daffodil Afghan Crochet Pattern let’s look closely at the image above. If you looked closely you must have observed every detail of the pattern and the stitches that the author used to make this beautiful crochet piece.
But besides being beautiful we can see the practicality of this pattern that when combining the green and yellow colors reminds us, at least for my conception, of a beautiful green grass with yellow daisies on top.
Of course, this is just my imagination when I look at this Daffodil Afghan Crochet Pattern, it is what it reminds me of, but in fact the author must have been thinking of something else when making this beautiful crochet work.
But how can we use it in our home? For my use I will use it in 3 ways, of course, I will make 3 of these, but with different colors, because one I want in my room and another I will adapt to use as a table path and a third I will use as a blanket for my husband’s chair.
About the colors Daffodil Afghan Crochet Pattern I will make one exactly in the colors shown in the picture, and then I want to make another in black with red and yellow and the third I want to make in shades of dark blue and light blue for my husband’s lounge chair.
It’s amazing what this pattern gives us to work with, and all thanks to our design Nazanin Fard (Daffodil Afghan Crochet Pattern) who stopped her time, used her love for crochet and created this beautiful pattern that really gifted us with beautiful work.
And do you have crochet works that you would like others to be inspired by? I’m sure you do, and soon here on our site you will be able to have this wonderful option of putting your pattern up for sale or for people to download!
42 x 70 inches plus tassels
Spinrite Bernat Silky Soft yarn was used in the sample project.
5 dc = 1 inch – Check gauge to save time.
Pattern Notes: Weave in loose ends as work progresses. Sl st to join each rnd in indicated st. Ch 3 at beg of rnds counts as first dc.
Well, these are just a few details that I put above for you to have an idea even of the pattern, but of course you should download now pattern so you can then start to make your own and use at home.
Download pattern 01 – Note that I leave to you about this pattern and any other is that if you want greater durability in any of this or any other crochet work is good to always use resistant and reliable lines.