Loop-N-Lace Irish Roses Afghan Crochet Pattern
You asked us to bring this Annie's Original technique back, and here it is. If you think Mile-A-Minute afghans are quick and fun, just wait 'til you try the Loop-N-Lace method! This beautiful Irish Rose Afghan works up in easy-to-carry strips, and you lace them together in seconds using Annie's Original Loop-N-Lace technique. The lacing forms a lovely cable pattern that adds to your afghans beauty!
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December 23, 2020
The pattern has some pictures and is really easy to understand. My favorite part about this pattern is most of the stitches are done in the spaces (for the main panels) so you can do it without looking! The roses are another story.. it is been a year and I haven't finished them. Still lovely without them.
March 29, 2020
I have Loop n Lace patterns from when they came out years ago. Pretty sure I have this one too. When I made Wedding rings (my favorite), I extended the braiding so it went around the entire afghan. I think I will do that with this one too, eliminating the tassels. I love this pattern but I've never been a fan of tassels on afghans.
March 20, 2020
This is a beautiful design. I found a few snags where the directions didn't quite make sense, but that's been a few years ago and it's possible the pattern has been updated. Very beautiful and pretty easy.
October 31, 2017
I love this pattern. I have used it many times! Changing the colors for different occasions!