Make great designs with crochet afghan free patterns

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I like to use all kinds of yarn for blankets / afghans, but probably my few favorites are Lion Brand Yarn!

Each pattern listed has more details on which thread to use. Therefore, pay attention to this information. If you’d like, you can click the images below to see more.

Once you have a chance to scroll through all of the free Afghan crochet patterns and collect your yarn, you’re good to go.

Hope you like this seven plus afghan free form that I chose. After looking at the samples, please let me know which ones to make!

Alissa Easy Crochet Blanket Pattern

Skill Level: Easy

Materials:

Red Heart Soft Essentials Yarn or any bulky (5) yarn. See chart below for yardage.
J Crochet Hook Size 6 mm
Yarn needle
Scissors

Gauge
10 sts x 6 rows = 4″
Gauge Pattern: Chain 6 +5 and follow the first 6 rows

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Color Blocked Stripes Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Skill Level: Basic

Materials:

Lion Brand Yarn Vanna’s Choice in Dusty Blue, Charcoal Gray, and Linen.
The exact amount needed will depend on the size blanket you wish to make or you can use any worsted weight (4) yarn. You can use the EC blanket resizing calculator to determine how much yarn you will need.
Size J Crochet Hook 6.00 mm
Yarn needle
Scissors

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Willow Chair Crochet Throw Blanket Pattern

Skill Level: Intermediate

Materials:

10 mm Crochet Hook
Lion Brand Hometown Yarn in
New York White = 162 yards (2 skeins)
San Diego Navy = 243 yards (3 skeins)
Dallas Grey = 81 yards (1 skein)
Madison Mustard = 162 yards (2 skeins)
Tampa Spice = 162 yards (2 skeins)
Charlotte Blue = 243 yards (3 skeins)
Scissors
Large yarn needle

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Chevron Crochet Blanket Pattern

Skill Level: Intermediate

Materials:

To make the lap size version you will need.

Five skeins of Lion Brand Yarn, Vanna’s Choice Yarn.
I used (2) dark grey heather, (1) oatmeal, (1) grey marble, and (1) barley.
Size J crochet hook 6.00 MM
Scissors
Yarn needle

Finished Size:
38” x 24” as written

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Lakeside Throw Crochet Afghan Pattern

Materials:

8 skeins worsted weight yarn, approx. 2,000 yds (shown here in Caron Simply Soft Tweeds in Off White)
US I-9 / 5.5 mm hook
yarn needle and scissors for finishing

Notes:

To customize size, chain a multiple of 3 + 2.
I found that this stitch pattern results in nice and neat edges without the need to add a border. If you do prefer to add a border, you can use the simple single crochet edging pattern as I did in the Textured Dishcloth Crochet Pattern.

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Happy Hexagons Free Crochet Afghan Pattern

Materials:

“I Love This Cotton” in colors: Bright Teal, Ivory, Orangeade, Pewter, Dove (1 skein per 7 hexagons you will crochet + extra in whatever border color you plan to use)
size h hook (5 mm) (I’ve been loving this affordable set)
tapestry needle
scissors
blocking board

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The Hawthorn Afghan Pattern

Materials:

About 1600 yards of Size 6 Super Bulky Yarn. I used All Things You Acrylic and Wool Blend in Pewter Light Gray (10 balls), Spearmint Green (4 balls), Clematis Purple (2 balls), Goldenrod (1 ball), and Fleece White (1 ball)
Size N (10.00 mm) Crochet Hook
Scissors
Finishing Needle

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Crochet Modern Moss Stitch Blanket

For this new version I used Caron One Pound yarn which is great for beginners as it is easier to keep the tension more even and to undo it if you go wrong. I love using moss stitch with this thread because the seams aren’t too punched but the seams still keep the thread loose and give the blanket a really nice cover.

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Crochet Modern Hatch Lines Blanket Squares

Materials:

Finished size approximates 25 x 31 inches
6 skeins of Patons Alpaca Blend in Butternut (click for yarn specifics)
1 skein of Patons Alpaca Blend in Birch
Size J, 6mm hook
Tapestry needle
Scissors

Gauge: 12 HHDC and 10 rows = 4 inches

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Fields and Furrows Crochet Afghan

Materials:

About 1900 yards worsted weight yarn (5 Caron Cakes). Sample used 3 cakes in Pistachio Fudge and 2 cakes in Pistachio. You may wish to buy a 6th skein to use for planned color changes and the border (see notes).
US H8/5mm crochet hook Did you know you can purchase my go-to hooks on Amazon?)
Tapestry needle and scissors

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Cluster Panels Crochet Blanket

Skill level: Easy

Create waves with this crochet blanket! Create vertical stripes of different textures using double crochet and single shell stitches. Starting and finishing with a series of single crochets completes the whole thing. Make it in your favorite shade from super soft and soft Bernat blanket yarn.

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Celtic Afghan Crochet Pattern

Three classic cable stitch patterns add plenty of character and style to this crochet project. Don’t be afraid of crochet cords, these are really just a matter of sewing after you have crocheted from the front and back.

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Daydream Simple Striped Tunisian Crochet Blanket Pattern

This Daydream blanket is a striped Tunisian crochet blanket with an easier color change than its cousin Sunset Stripes Blanket. This makes it a great starter crochet project for anyone new to Tunisian crochet. The blanket uses Tunesian Simple Stitch from head to toe. This stitch is one of the loosest stitches in Tunisian crochet stitches, but you still need to go up a few sizes in your hook to make sure the stitches don’t come out too tight. You want the Tunisian crochet blanket to be nicely covered while you experience that soft, comfortable feeling.

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