Tree of Life Afghan (Knit)

SKU: 70122AD

The Tree of Life Afghan is a knit afghan pattern made with medium weight yarn that has an expert level of difficulty.

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Skill Level
Level 5 - Experienced
Project Type
Afghan
Yarn Used
Wool-Ease - 620
Pattern Gauge
18 sts + 28 rows = 4 in. (10 cm).
Pattern Size Options
One Size
Pattern Yarn Weight
4 Medium
Dimensions Detail
About 48 x 58 in. (122 x 147.5 cm)
Pattern Corrections
No
Pattern Craft
Knit
Made For
Home

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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Gina D
My third Afghan in this pattern

I am making these in different colors for the women in the next generation.
This shipment of yarn did NOT include a printout of the pattern for me to bundle with the gift.

Fortunately, I still have my first printout, together with my notes. This pattern can be confusing, even the third time through, and I’m doing a lot of tinking (unknitting). Also, the chart has at least one error. But it is worth the challenge as it comes out beautiful! Photo is of one I just completed, the second in the series.

Hello Gina - what a beautiful afghan! As you've noticed, we are no longer including printed patterns in orders, but the Tree of Life pattern is free to download from lionbrand.com at any time. If you believe you've found an error in the pattern please contact us at supoort@lionbrand.com so we can review and make changes if necessary.

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Jane Oliver
Well Worth the Effort

I just started my second Tree of Life Afghan, not counting the smaller version baby blanket. The first project was just about ten years ago, and I am SO glad I kept my notes, because they came in handy! Some of the directions were confusing, but I'm glad I persisted after several bouts of "tinking," (a new term taken from another reviewer. :)) So this was probably not the best choice for a project after several years of not knitting, but, eh, when it's announced that your first grandchild is on the way, what are you gonna do? I think this afghan pattern will be repeated several times.

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Carole Wheler
Beautiful

made this afghan years ago, it was challenging at first, but well worth it. the young girl dragged this afghan with her everywhere she went. I have been called and asked to come over and do repairs. It was well worth the knitting project, I'm so happy she uses it every day. Her mom informed me that she sits by the washing machine when it needs a washing.

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Bonnie Jaillet
Using it as the center of a bedspread

This pattern is beautiful! I made this years ago, and only have the main panel done. I decided to make a queen bedspread as the panel as the center. I will then finish the leaf border around the whole thing. It will be warm and elegant on the bed!

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Janet Ammons
lovely, gorgeous, challenging at first

challenging at first, but worth every stitching moment... i love a challenge that will have such a beautiful and elegant outcome... kudos to all who make this masterpiece. I have made 10 of them and continue my mission to make more...lol

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
83%
(5)
17%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
G
Gina D
My third Afghan in this pattern

I am making these in different colors for the women in the next generation.
This shipment of yarn did NOT include a printout of the pattern for me to bundle with the gift.

Fortunately, I still have my first printout, together with my notes. This pattern can be confusing, even the third time through, and I’m doing a lot of tinking (unknitting). Also, the chart has at least one error. But it is worth the challenge as it comes out beautiful! Photo is of one I just completed, the second in the series.

Hello Gina - what a beautiful afghan! As you've noticed, we are no longer including printed patterns in orders, but the Tree of Life pattern is free to download from lionbrand.com at any time. If you believe you've found an error in the pattern please contact us at supoort@lionbrand.com so we can review and make changes if necessary.

J
Jane Oliver
Well Worth the Effort

I just started my second Tree of Life Afghan, not counting the smaller version baby blanket. The first project was just about ten years ago, and I am SO glad I kept my notes, because they came in handy! Some of the directions were confusing, but I'm glad I persisted after several bouts of "tinking," (a new term taken from another reviewer. :)) So this was probably not the best choice for a project after several years of not knitting, but, eh, when it's announced that your first grandchild is on the way, what are you gonna do? I think this afghan pattern will be repeated several times.

C
Carole Wheler
Beautiful

made this afghan years ago, it was challenging at first, but well worth it. the young girl dragged this afghan with her everywhere she went. I have been called and asked to come over and do repairs. It was well worth the knitting project, I'm so happy she uses it every day. Her mom informed me that she sits by the washing machine when it needs a washing.

B
Bonnie Jaillet
Using it as the center of a bedspread

This pattern is beautiful! I made this years ago, and only have the main panel done. I decided to make a queen bedspread as the panel as the center. I will then finish the leaf border around the whole thing. It will be warm and elegant on the bed!

J
Janet Ammons
lovely, gorgeous, challenging at first

challenging at first, but worth every stitching moment... i love a challenge that will have such a beautiful and elegant outcome... kudos to all who make this masterpiece. I have made 10 of them and continue my mission to make more...lol