Afghans

Find easy crochet afghan patterns, including crochet ripple afghans, granny square blanket patterns and more. Learn to crochet blankets for every room of your house and easily amp up your home’s style with these easy-to-make designs.

See how you can learn to crochet patterns of all sizes, colors and construction. Learn how to combine individual crochet granny squares into a granny afghan and even learn how to crochet a mermaid blanket for your little one (or for yourself)!

Afghans can be intimidating because they’re so big, but there are many ways to make a quick blanket, from only making baby blankets and lapghans to using super bulky yarn to make your stitches as big as possible. If you have the skills and the patience, you can easily work up any afghan design you want – just be sure to work on it!


Ocean Waves Criss Cross Shells Throw 

The ever-so-popular Criss Cross Throw from February 2015 gets a fun update! Now featuring shades in bright blue, teal and gray, the dainty shells in this bluesy crochet shells throw really pop. Throw it over the couch or use it as a throw for a bed, this pattern is perfect to use all winter long.

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Nutmeg Trail Afghan

Nutmeg Trail Afghan

Richly painted with spicy autumn colors, four striped rectangles surround a center square, using the Hdc V-st to add texture and interest. When arranged into larger blocks, the overall pattern is reminiscent of a lovely afternoon strolling down colorful nature trails.

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Suncrisp Appleghan

Inspired by bright colored apples, sunny autumn days and crisp fall air, this Appleghan captures the essence of Autumn without being drab. Made up of different squares, each week you’ll learn how to do a different motif for this amazing afghan.

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Yorkshire Throw

The main body of this moody throw is worked back and forth with crossed double crochet and green yarn. Thick enough to provide significant warmth, but still elegant with a gorgeous, lacy border, this must-have pattern is just what you need this season.

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