Free Crochet Afghan Patterns

 

Do you feel quite intimidated when it comes to crocheting afghan patterns? Turn down your fears and stitch out these perfect projects that can take away your fright and worries! Crocheting afghans is one of the most relaxing and satisfying task one could ever take. And aside from learning the craft even better, you can experiment in a series of shades, creative design and eye-catching styles that you’ve been wanting to stitch. Besides, these crochet afghans can be that perfect present you’ve always wish to give. Read on and pick the most ideal afghan pattern that suites your taste.

 

 

Image and pattern by Sarah Zimmerman of Repeat Crafter Me

1. Favecrafts Crochet Afghan

Pleasing to the eyes! Want to stitch out something sweet and charming? Take a look at this lovely project which had a beautiful cause as well. The designer of this pattern created this blanket for FaveCrafts’s charity drive to warm up the homeless. Isn’t that so heart-warming? With this afghan’s aesthetic shades of pink and teal, anyone who’s going to snuggle with it will surely feel warm and blessed.

 

 

Image and pattern by Crochet Dreamz

2. Knit Look Chunky Afghan Crochet Pattern

Don’t believe what your eyes say! Thinking this is something knitted? Check it out and find out this isn’t. The designer used a chunky yarn and a jumbo hook to stitch out this knit-looking blanket. In less than 6 hours, this project has already been finalized and polished. Aside from the quick work, this crochet afghan is also warm and squishy. If you slip stitch tight, a video on how to slip stitch loosely has also been provided by the designer.

 

 

Image and pattern by Yarnspirations

3. Caron Crochet Tilt-A-Whirl Afghan

Stitch out a big graphic blanket! With this afghan’s eye-catching design and aesthetic style, anyone who’s going to use this finish project will surely feel warm, enchanted and enticed. Besides the good looks, this crochet blanket will not just be something alluring for the eyes, it can be something appealing for the heart too, when you stitch this out for someone who needs to feel warm.

 

 

Image and pattern by Hooked on Homemade Happiness

4. Easy All Half Double Crochet Afghan

Want to crochet a huge blanket? Look no further! This Easy All Half Double Crochet Afghan is 70″ x 95″ in size you’re going to love snuggling all you want. But other than that, if you’re not into giant blankets, this pattern can be made in any size. The designer of this pattern used half double crochet stitch for the entire afghan and this project is just an easy one row repeat so any crocheter out there can try to make one.

 

 

Image and pattern by by Moogly

5. Moroccan Tile Afghan

Shoo the cold away! Wrap yourself with warmth with this crochet pattern that isn’t just a treat for the eyes. This project is a fast V stitch pattern in a variety of colors that will definitely make your nights cozy and warm. Besides, once the first few rows of the pattern is established, you can just watch some movie and just crochet all you want. Also, the designer of this pattern has included guidelines for blankets in 6 different sizes so you can pick one that suites your size.

 

 

Image and pattern  by Crochet Dreamz

6. Ripple Afghan

Can’t get enough of the beauty of the classic? Check out this Ripple Afghan pattern that will treat your eyes with its classic charm together with its modern vibes. Just pick the perfect shades that will go together and you’ll definitely see its beauty thrive in glory. Apart from that, the granny squares that go with this afghan add a lot of cheer to this blanket’s design and gorgeous style. 

 

 

Image and pattern by by Maggie Weldon on FreePatterns.com

7. Floral Fiesta Aghan  

Splash a scent of beauty to your home! This Floral Fiesta Afghan is a real charmer anyone can easily get allured. With its eye-catching style and gorgeous design, any dull space can definitely light up and have a glamorous vibe. Besides, this lovely project can be that perfect gift idea you want someone to own. And with this afghan’s beauty itself anyone’s eyes can easily get captivated and lured.

 

 

Image and pattern by Mama In A Stitch

8. Winter Chunky Ribbed Afghan

Drive the chilly air away! Feel the warmth with this Winter Chunky Ribbed Afghan that looks so cozy and lovely. The designer of this pattern used a wool blend yarn in creating this project but when your allergies are triggered, any super bulky yarn is a perfect alternative. Besides, you may pick all the colors in this world that suits your taste. Using the half double crochet herringbone stitch with a twist, this crochet afghan has such a wonderful texture one could ever see.

 

 

Image and pattern by Kristine in Between

9. Simple Granny Stripe Afghan

Visually pleasing! Stitch out this crochet blanket that will not just warm your icy nights and chilly days. This Simple Granny Stripe Afghan looks definitely arresting with its fabulous style and exquisite design that can catch one’s eyes in any minute. Though there might me be a slight challenge in making this pattern out, this project is fairly easy to stitch. Besides, with all the beauty it bears, every minute is all worth the make.

 

 

Image and pattern by Rohn Strong

10. Sand Dollar Afghan

Bring the scent of the beach inside your home! Pull the summer vibes inside your house with this Sand Dollar Afghan that looks so aesthetic and delightful. The designer of this pattern has worked this project out in just four rounds making this creation an easy crochet pattern for you to work out. Aside from being easy and simple, the visuals of this pattern can surely satisfy the eyes!

 

Crocheting afghans is one of the most amusing and satisfying projects one could ever stitch out. And even if it takes us a little bit of time to finish a pattern, hitting the last days could be the most exciting part. And other than all the aesthetics and visuals, crochet afghans is a functional project we will definitely love to give out. A handmade gift with all the effort and the heart.

Make your crochet hours a lot more fun and comfortable. Use a light-up hook to see your stitches clearly and grab a yarn holder to keep your yarn straight and tangle-free!

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