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The Tree of Life Afghan ~ please this pattern is for experienced crocheters! It’s free though!

The Tree of Life Afghan pattern comes in one size, 44 by 56 inches or 112 by 142 cm but can be adjusted. It’s also used to create a matching crochet pillow case below and looks brilliant. We have lots of popular Crochet Blanket Patterns on our site covering different skill levels and have added some below

What you need for Tree of Life Crochet Afghan Pattern

Crochet Hook – Size H-8 (5 mm)

Crochet Hook – Size J-10 (6 mm)

Large Eye Blunt Needle

Stitch Markers

15 Balls of Yarn

The stitches used in the pattern are shown below. As always with any Crochet project, it’s important to check your gauge – it should be stitches + 14 rows = 4 in. (10 cm) over pattern stitches. If it takes you fewer stitches and rows to make a 4 in. [10 cm] square, try using a smaller size hook or if you need more stitches and rows, try a larger size hook. We’ve added a guide to measuring gauge and other crochet tips below.

Be sure to save this chart, it will come in handy for all your crochet patterns.

The pattern starts by working the Trees in multiples of 48 stitches. It’s well laid out and easy to follow with step by step instructions plus stitch diagrams and charts.

The Tree Of Life Crochet Afghan Pattern shows the RS (Right Side) rows in the stitch diagrams in red and WS (Wrong Side) rows in black. The RS rows on the diagram are read from right to left, and WS rows from left to right.

Link to pattern – the tree of life afghan pattern



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