Beautiful Rose Twists Afghan


Beautiful Rose Twists Afghan

This is such a lovely and dainty crochet afghan pattern for you to put together. Girls will especially appreciate the white and rose motifs and eyelet design used to create this beautiful afghan. Follow this crochet pattern to create this pretty blanket for your living room, bedroom, or summer house. This intermediate crochet pattern is made using worsted weight yarn and an H hook.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)


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This rose twists afghan is a beautiful finished project. It is piece work that requires making thirty of the same square. This is a perfect take along project because you can work on the squares whenever you have a few minutes. Using a size 5 mm hook will yield an eight inch square so this project should work up quickly.

This is such an easy project. It is a motif design that uses the same motif in two different colors in this design. The pale pink and white make a pretty afghan but if the colors are not to your liking they can easily be changed to suit your needs. The method of joining the motifs not not clear so I guess that is up to the individual. The edge applied gives it a finished look.

Beautiful Rose Twists afghan is a simple afghan with very light colors, it can be used as baby blanket.

The name tells it all. It's gorgeous. And it's very easy to make. That's two of my three requirements of a DIY project. My friends going to be a first time grandma to a girl. I have two months to get this done so it will be done wY ahead of time. Thank you for offering it.

Made this for my adult daughter, and she loves it.

A lovely classic pattern that, in whatever colors one prefers, would look beautiful in any setting. Pink and white are not really my thing but I am definitely going to be making this just as soon as the family have decided on the colors. With so many opposing color choices I fear that may take a while, lol!

This is a very pretty afghan and would look great in a young girls room. I am guessing that the beautiful rose twist gets its name from the rose color of the yarn used because there is a lack of roses or a rose pattern in the blanket. Down to basics afghan made up of squares sewn together.

I made this for my not-yet-born grandchild, and it turned out beautiful! I used a varegated brighly colored yarn for half the squares, and contrasting solid color for the others. I trimmed it with a scalloped edge, and it really turned out nice! I wish the instructions would have included connecting the squares together, but I used the method from another source for this and also for the border. I'm so happy with the end result! Alot of the patterns on this site leave alot of questions, and the pop ups are rediculous!

I made this afghan according to the directions and it turned out horrible. The blocks would not lie flat even after blocking, the chain 3's showed on every row and marred the look of the block, and even using the correct yarn and hook, the blocks came out smaller than indicated (and I keep a medium tension). What a disappointing pattern and waste of yarn. Look up "Solid Granny Square" by Moogly to learn how to do this block correctly.

I agree with 'Believer'. I am sick and tired of all the pop-up screens asking me to sign up, log in, re-direct, etc. THAT IS IT WITH ME. I will not return to this site. AND, I have found A LOT OF ERRORS in your crochet instructions (I have over 35 years of crochet experience.) DOES ANYONE TEST THESE PATTERNS????

I am not sure i understand the link / association to fave-crafts but when i take the time to sign up for one blog i don't like the bait and switch that directs me to another place to register and be concerned (yet again) about my email, name etc going all over creation. Please advise if this is absolutely necessary or if there is some way to post these patterns, ideas, helps on THIS site (all free crochet).

What is Aran yarn. .?

Aran yarn weight is categorized in medium-weight yarns along with worsted-weight yarn. However, the two are not exactly interchangeable, especially in the U.S. Aran actually weighs slightly more than worsted yarn. Some knitters and crocheters even refer to Aran-weight yarn as heavy worsted. I've used both and Aran yarn is definitely thicker than worsted but not by much. I don't recommend using both in the same project.

What roses?

I like this one the best - I just don't care for "heavy" afghans. Think this would be nice for a bridal gift or a smaller version for a baby.

I love the rose twists--it is soft and cheery

I love the rose twists! My 90-yr-old mother is in a nursing home three states away from us. Visiting is difficult. I am trying to keep her connected with my world. Crochet keeps her busy, is "real" work and produces something we all want, encourages social interaction, is admired by staff and other residents (for real!), etc. Before she became so ill, she was an incredibly good hand-quilter but now can "manage" (sort of) crochet, so I am supplying her with projects. This one is something she can do in a wheelchair and, when completed, will look sort of like a quilt! Hard to believe, as good as she was, that I am now sewing in her ends because she just cannot do it anymore...this will make her happy I am sure, and I will cherish the final results! thanks for providing it!

I like this one the best because it looks like it would make a beautiful family heirloom. It really looks beautiful the way this pattern is. I really hope that made sense. :)

I like this one the best because it is so dainty looking....

This is precious looking and could be used as a family heirloom.

its great

I crocheted an afghan which was used as a christening blanket. I didn't have a pattern but was given verbal instructions. The design was a diamond shape which was done individually and then sewn together. I embroidered tiny rose buds and leaves at each point where these diamonds were sewn. I have forgotten how to start these diamonds. I would appreciate it if someone can please email me the pattern or written instructions so I could make another afghan to be used as a item for my church craft show. I would like to donate it. Thank you for any help.


Check out the Lilly website - the pattern is available for free and there is a diagram for color placement. With a quick look I did not see instructions about what stitch to use to connect the squares - I would imagine single crochet.


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