Starlight Crochet Afghan Pattern
Have you seen the spectacular Starlight Crochet Afghan Pattern by Carole G. Wilder?
Peppermint candies? Christmas? Lovely!
This pattern was originally published in Leisure Arts Leaflet number 3067 – Contest Favorites 40 Afghans to Crochet.
It is now available as a digital download from Leisure Arts:
Starlight Afghan, Carole G.Wilder
The pattern is worked with a 5.00 mm (H) crochet hook and worsted weight yarn (1250 g, 2485 yards). There are 2 motif designs provided in the instructions; you will complete 61-motifs in total to make the Starlight Afghan. The finished blanket shape is hexagonal (6 sided) and the motifs are assembled in a join as you go type method – with two side or three side joining methods. You begin in the center and work clockwise in rounds as you make this masterpiece.
The pattern is written using U.S. Crochet Terminology. The written instructions include stitch diagrams, placement diagrams for each motif, general instructions, abbreviations, definitions (with diagrams of the stitches used) and a basic stitch guide.
This Crochet Afghan will make a lovely gift – or keepsake item.
If you would like to see the fantastic projects created with this pattern, you can see them here:
I would like to thank Leisure Arts, Inc for providing me with a copy of this ePattern to review AND for offering one copy to one of my readers!
In order to receive your copy if you are the randomly selected winner, you will need to have a Leisure Arts. com account, or be willing to set one up. The account is free!
This Giveaway is open worldwide where allowed by law.
Start Date: Today! September 16, 2015
End Date: September 23, 2015; 11:59 pm ET.
For extra entries please leave a comment on one of my review posts. Please ensure the comment explains what you like (or dislike) about the book/pattern – or your favorite design in the publication, etc. 🙂 Thanks!
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Would you like to purchase your own copy of the pattern? You can purchase your own copy of the pattern directly from Leisure Arts, Inc.:
Starlight Afghan, Carole G.Wilder
I’d like to thank Leisure Arts, Inc. for providing me with a review copy of the Starlight Afghan and for the giveaway copy for my readers!
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Hi Kathie, I’m sorry, you would need to contact Leisure Arts for support for this as the pattern is owned by them. I am unable to do a tutorial or explanation of how to crochet it as it isn’t my pattern. If you contact their customer service area they may have some additional details they can provide to you by email. I hope this helps, Rhondda
I love this pattern. I am making one for myself. I am having trouble figuring out the edging when I am finishing the afghan. I have watched tutorials, but no one shows how to do the final edging. Can you explain it a little easier than the pattern does?
I would love to modify this for a tree skirt! Great pattern! I doubt I have enough time to add it to my project list for Christmas now though…next year 🙂
I think this afghan is perfect for Christmas!!
I enjoy reading your reviews and I love your patterns.
I am crocheting this afghan now! It is actually fun to do and works out so beautiful!!
I love this afghan, it reminds me of childhood and things past..it makes me smile. Thank you!
The throws worked in the round book looks really good.
I’d love to see you review either Baskets or Toddler Blankets!
I think the totes and bags book would be interesting. I’ve never crocheted a bag before.
Urban Edge Crochet!
This would be a great one for your next review : Father Christmas Free-Standing Crochet Doll ePattern
Love the starlight. Would love to see you review the Fillet Afghans.
Please review: Totes & Bags next!
I love your Learn A New Stitch offerings and am using them on an afghan.
I love this pattern, and would love the opportunity to win it. Thank you.
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This is on my to do list!! As my confidence grows as a crocheter I will tackle this project!
This is the first picture that has made me start to look forward to Christmas.
I love this pattern….looks so Christmasy to me!! Thanks for the chance to win it!
I’d like to see a review of Urban Edge Crochet. Thanks!
Love your page Have pinned several of your patterns and can’t wait to make them I follow you on facebook and now on pinterest Thanks for all your post
Elegant Beaded Bags looks like it needs a review…lol!
I love the starlight pattern, reminds me of candy canes. I would like to see review on baskets
Thanks in favor of shring such a good thinking, parwgraph is good, thats why i have
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