Dragonscape is an overlay mosaic crochet pattern.
Dragonscape is a full fantasy afghan. This isn’t from any movie or television programme. This is purely from my imagination, although my friend said it looks like the town of Stirling in Scotland, near to where I live. Perhaps it is a little bit. Perhaps I was inspired by Stirling Castle, Stirling Bridge and the mountain ranges beyond.
Of course, there are no dragons in Stirling – not anymore ;)
But this is your blanket – it can be whatever and wherever you want it to be. That’s the joy of fantasy.
This pattern has all the charts and written instructions you need to complete the blanket.
Three PDFs are available - one using US terms, one using UK terms and a separate full chart PDF that is compatible with Knit Companion if that’s how you prefer to work.
Otherwise, you can use the charts in the main PDF, either by printing them out and taping them together or viewing them on your mobile/tablet/laptop.
The main PDF has 20 easy-to-read charts (with Xs for DCs) and corresponding written instructions.
You can use any yarn and corresponding hook you like for this pattern; just remember high contrast colours are better for mosaic crochet.
This design looks great either in two colours, or you could go for it and go full mosaic tapestry with many colours. The choice is yours.
Please note that this pattern does not give instructions or yarn stats for mosaic tapestry crochet.