Are you looking for a crochet pattern to make an afghan? Stop right there. This post is it!
I rounded up some free blanket patterns including color blocked blankets, chevron blankets and blankets that use unique stitch combinations that I think you’ll love.
These seven free afghan crochet patterns come in many sizes, shapes, and designs. One of which will hopefully be your next project!
If you are planning on crocheting even more patterns look no further! I can help! Explore the crochet pattern archive to find more free crochet designs.
I can’t wait for you to explore this fun collection of afghans!
Happy Blanket Making!
Easy Afghan Crochet Patterns That You’ll Want to Start Crocheting Today!
These blankets are easy to work up and use basic beginner-friendly crochet stitches. Most of them are worked up in single crochets, half double crochets and double crochets. Learn more about these crochet stitches below.
Crochet stitches you’ll want to know:
- Single Crochet Written Lesson
- Single Crochet Video Lesson
- Half Double Crochet Written Lesson
- Half Double Crochet Video Lesson
- Double Crochet Written Lesson
- Double Crochet Video Lesson
These crochet afghans come in a variety of sizes and are perfect for making as a gift, as a throw for your home, or made into a baby blanket to give at a shower. The possibilities are endless.
I hope you enjoy these seven afghan free patterns that I picked. After you take a look at the patterns please let me know which ones you would make!
The Yarns That are Perfect for Afghans
I love using all types of yarn for blankets/afghans, but probably my few favorites all happen to be Lion Brand Yarn!
I recommend trying out Vanna’s Choice, Hometown, Wool-Ease Thick & Quick, and my new love Feels like Butta! Each pattern listed will have more detail about what exact yarn to use so be on the look out for that information.
You can click the images below to them out a bit more if you’d like.
Ready to Get Started?
After you get a chance to scroll through the afghan patterns and gather your yarn, then you are good to go. If you do make one, please share it with me on Facebook or in the Easy Crochet Facebook group!