This is a pdf pattern of The Turkish Delight Afghan, it is not an actual product.
If you want to use the same yarn and colourway that I did, you will find a yarn pack over at "Wool Warehouse".
The Turkish Delight Afghan is worked in the mosaic crochet method, with the pattern being mainly in chart form, which comes with associated keys and is written in UK terms. This pattern is suitable for people who have completed one or more mosaic crochet projects or for the more experienced crocheter.
Turkish Delight is a fantastic stepping stone from your first mosaic crochet creation and again uses those two easy stitches you will be familiar with from your first foray into the mosaic crochet world. In this design, you learn another stitch in pattern three, which adds to your mosaic repertoire. This stitch is just as easy as the rhythmic stitches you are so familiar with.
The version of Turkish Delight pictured above is worked in Drops Alaska which is an Aran/worsted weight and uses a 5mm hook. You can of course choose to work in whatever yarn you wish, though that may change the finished dimensions of your afghan. I used one base colour with five contrasting colours but of course you can go off piste and work in as many or as little colours as you wish.
Enjoy your beautiful Turkish adventure, this will be one of those projects you want to prolong the enjoyment of working on.
Included in the pdf file:
- A 12 page pattern booklet
- Links to video tutorials from the Mosaic Sampler pattern.
Dimensions of afghan 122cm x 170cm (48 inches x 67 inches)
Total Yarn amount for Aran/worsted weight: 4970 meters
Colour A: 2520 meters
Colour B: 350 meters
Colour C: 420 meters
Colour D: 420 meters
Colour E: 980 meters
Colour F: 280 meters
Please note that this is a downloadable PDF pattern only! This is not a kit. No materials will be mailed to you.
I am happy for you to sell any items made from this pattern, however I would appreciate if you credit daisyknots for the design with a link to ether www.daisyknots.co.uk or @daisyknots if posting on Instagram.
Images and pattern © daisyknots