Fire & Ice Afghan (Tunisian)

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Fire & Ice Afghan (Tunisian) Pattern


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Fire & Ice Afghan (Tunisian) Fire & Ice Crochet Afghan (Tunisian)

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should know how to crochet, able to learn afghan or tunisian stitch which is included in the instructions and able to follow a graph.

Pattern Description:

If you love afghan stitch or tunisian then this project is for you. This beautiful stallion comes to life as you work your way up the easy to read black and white symbol graph.

We include the easy instructions and diagrams to make the afghan stitch.

You will be amazed at how simple this afghan is to make. Note that you will be working with 9 colors at once but it's really easy to do.


15 sts= 4 inches (10cm); 13 rows= 4 inches (10cm)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 38" inches wide x 64" inches high (96.5 x 162.6 cm)


  • Size J/10 (6.5mm) Afghan Hook
  • Size J/10 (6.5mm) Crochet Hook
  • Red Heart Super Value 7 oz -198 grams
  • 1 ball each of:
  • 776 Dark Orchid
  • 385 Royal
  • 347 Light Periwinkle
  • 381 Light Blue
  • 332 Ranch Red
  • 319 Cherry Red
  • 390 Hot Red
  • 2 balls of 378 Claret
  • 9 balls of 312 Black

You Will Also Need:

  • Needle to secure tails on back

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Any worsted weight which offers a close match to the required colors.

About Designer

About Designer

Dyan A on
Craft Supplies 4 U
by Dyan A
Northern Ontario, Canada
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I am an avid crocheter and lover of all things yarn, fabrics and color. I spend all my waking hours working with my hands, creating something that brings me joy.

I LOVE to design.

To love what you do every day! That is the life I live.

Welcome to my wonderful world of crafts.

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