Find easy crochet afghan patterns, including crochet ripple afghans, granny square afghans and more. Learn to crochet afghans for every room of your house.

Road Trip Throw


Inspired by iconic drives down Route 66 with the top down, this blanket recalls the colors of the era, as well as the need to keep warm when it gets chilly. You’ll whip this up quickly thanks to the join-as-you-go design, and it’s easy to adjust the size by adding or subtracting hexagons.

View Project

Book Club Afghan


Worked lengthwise, this simple lacework paneled afghan is reminiscent of Aran fisherman style but with a more contemporary feel. The panels are worked alternating the three lace designs as well as varying panel widths from narrow to wide. Added fringe adds to the older feel of this design.

View Project

Secret Garden Throw


We love spring and this colorful throw reminds us of cherry blossoms and new leaves. The main body is worked back and forth with three colors of yarn and the border is worked in the round. This throw will look great in many color combinations.

View Project

Rose Trellis Afghan


This afghan is crocheted in square motifs which are sewn together from the back side using the front loops only. There are solid cluster stitch squares and rose squares that alternate between orchid and soft pink.

View Project

Chrysanthemum Throw


The chrysanthemum is a flower that always has shared the sentiment of friendship and is a fabulous addition to any household. Shells folded upon themselves create a fascinating flower shape in this stunning motif. These simple squares can be worked using the join-as-you-go method or seamed together, creating an easy take along project while creating a stunning show piece. 

View Project