Lotus Moon Tiles
This bright cheerful afghan with large floral motifs is a show stopper. It is rich in texture, character, and possibility. Endless color combinations can be used to create different floral effects. The gentle cupping of the petals adds subtle dimension and interest, and the framing of the individual motifs gives a tile-like effect.
The pattern document is full of photos, details, and explanations for every step. Color placement planning sheets are included for each motif and for the entire afghan, as well as detailed yarn usage by color and motif so that you may more easily plan your own afghan.
For information on the original colors used in the sample afghan, please visit everytrickonthehook.com and see the blog post about yarn planning.
Please note: This pattern, Lotus Moon Tiles, includes everything you need to make the afghan made of octagon motifs as shown. The pattern has complete instructions for the octagon, 6 inch square, 6 inch triangle, and border.
Pattern is available in the following languages:
- English (US terms)
- Coming Soon: German
A complementary 12 inch afghan square pattern can be found here: Lotus Moon 12 inch afghan block pattern, but is not required to make the Lotus Moon Tiles afghan.
CAL with Polly
The Lotus Moon CAL will run 9 weeks, from August 15 to October 16th, and Polly will be making a whole new Lotus Moon Tiles afghan right along with you. There will be weekly scheduled parts, or you are welcome to work at your own pace. Feel free to stop by to share your pictures, get help, talk color palettes, or share your Lotus Moon journey. Join the Facebook CAL group or visit Polly’s Place here on Ravelry for the CAL forum thread.
Square Motifs: At the beginning of the pattern for the filler squares it states to make 8 for the 12 octagon version of the afghan, but should say to make 6.
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