In this post, you will see crochet afghan patterns.
Creating a stunning crochet afghan is a great way to make something that you can snuggle up with when the winter comes.
The beautiful patterns in this round-up can be made in a variety of yarns and colors depending on your personal taste.
Make A Crochet Afghan
Get into the afghan-making spirit with a beginner pattern or something more intermediate.
All of these blankets are perfect for naps, traveling, and just general coziness!
Plus they can make excellent housewarming gifts or baby shower gifts.
The easy afghans are all available from various crafters and use various yarns, including Lion Brand yarns – the yarns are listed in each post.
Crochet Afghan Patterns
If you are a beginner crocheter and want to practice there are many easy and free patterns on my website, just take a look at my crochet pattern library, with patterns for women and the home.
There are many blanket designs out there for you to choose from, including; square blankets, ripple stitches, baby blankets, and chevron blankets.
Here is a roundup of free crochet afghan patterns sourced from various craft bloggers and designers.
Grab your crochet hooks, and yarn and choose your next crochet project from the patterns below…
1. Simple Striped Crochet Afghan Pattern
Make a simple striped afghan with this free crochet pattern from Kristine In Between.
The super soft and squishy throw has been made with cluster stitches, which are just 3 double crochet stitches in one space, and then the border is 3 rows of SC all the way around, joined at the end with a slip stitch.
Take a look at the easy beginner crochet pattern and make yourself a treat this weekend!
2. Crochet Granny Blanket
Make a crochet granny blanket with this free pattern from Daisy Farm Crafts.
The blanket is easy to follow for beginners and even has a video tutorial to help you.
There are a few colors used in this afghan blanket, so you can choose your own favorite yarn color for each stripe.
3. Super Chunky Crochet Blanket Pattern
Make a super chunky crochet blanket with this free pattern from Bernat and Yarnspirations.
The pattern is available as a free download and is perfect for beginners as the skill level is easy.
A great blanket to update your living room decor.
4. Striped Crochet Afgan Pattern
Make a crochet blanket to keep you warm and cozy during the colder months with this free pattern from Hopeful Honey.
This awesome blanket uses Lion Brand Yarns.
5. Crochet Throw Blanket Pattern
Make a chunky super soft beautiful crochet throw with this free pattern from Rescued Paw Designs.
The blanket has been made with chunky yarns and looks like the perfect make for winter.
6. Crochet Chunky Blanket Pattern
Make a super chunky crochet blanket with this free pattern from Make it & Love it.
The pattern is really easy to follow for any beginners and uses Big Twist Natural Blend yarn.
7. Crochet Tassel Throw
Make a super chunky crochet tassel throw with this free pattern from Caron and Yarnspirations.
The super cozy blanket has been made in a single color with Caron yarns and looks easy to make for any beginners.
8. Crochet Cabled Afghan Pattern
Make a stunning cabled afghan with this free crochet blanket pattern from All About Ami.
The pattern uses Lion Brand yarns and has a step-by-step photo tutorial on how to achieve the cables.
This lap blanket will show off your creativity and shower you with warmth on cold days.
9. Heirloom Crochet Blanket Pattern
Make a cozy crochet blanket to keep the winter chill away with this free pattern from Mama in a Stitch.
The pattern is easy to follow for beginners and uses Cascade Yarns to make up.
The blanket which features stripes would make the perfect gift for a loved one.
10. Mod Granny Stitch Crochet Afghan
I just love this afghan throw, the color schemes and the tassels look so great!
Made with Lion Brand Yarns, this afghan has plenty of texture.
Make one of your own with this free pattern from Make and Do Crew.
I hope you have enjoyed this roundup of easy crochet afghan patterns and that it has inspired you to make something new.
Let me know which one is your favorite in the comments below.