These are some of the most gorgeous crochet afghan patterns! This collection has smaller throws like the Sand Dollar Throw and larger afghans such as the Waltz of the Snowflakes Afghan. Crochet blanket patterns for all sorts of skill levels and seasons, this collection is an excellent selection of designs.
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. Read More
This granny-square-based afghan in jewel tones is designed to mimic the majestic look of stained glass windows. Watch the compliments flood in as you proudly display this piece in the center of your home. Read More
This is playful log cabin-style baby blanket that uses a traditional quilt pattern to highlight the importance of family and community. The red of the central square, typically used in quilts of this type, symbolizes the hearth. The two stitch patterns used for the strips add texture to the geometric layout and resemble true patchwork. Read More
Deeper fall shades and a slight zig-zag design come together to form this Autumn Zig-Zag Throw. This intermediate pattern features a straightforward pattern repeat that will look striking on any couch this fall. Read More
This intermediate granny-square afghan is worked up in beachy shades of tan, white and jade to make a throw reminiscent of sand dollars on the beach. Perfect for an on-the-go project, this afghan is a great way to bring the sandy shore into your home. Read More
Wrapped up in this cozy afghan you’ll be able to enjoy the waltzing snowflakes from your warm home. Complete with cross-stitched snowflake and floral designs, this afghan is a gorgeous addition to your holiday home. Read More
A half slice of pink lemon adorns this baby throw for a contemporary, whimsical feel. Perfect for any baby or toddler, this fun blanket is ideal for family car trips this summer -- little ones will stay toasty warm even while you blast the air conditioning! Worked first as a half circle, stitches are then added to create a rectangle shape to make it into the full-sized throw. Add a bit of surface crochet to define the lemon segments and you’ll be ready to roll! Read More