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Free Crochet Afghan Patterns Online

Updated on June 7, 2016
Crochet yourself an afghan.
Crochet yourself an afghan. | Source

Cuddle Up With a Soft, Warm Afghan

There's nothing more cosy than cuddling up with a soft, warm afghan. If it's homemade you have the warmth, softness ,and the love. How great would it be to able to give an afghan that you made with you own hands to someone you love. Just imagine their surprize when you hand a gift that came from your heart. It always means so much more when you have taken your time to made something homemade.

There are many patterns out there of every shape, size, color, and difficulty. I have included a wide variety of styles and taste for you. Each crafting level contains a great variety for you to choose from. Look thorough these patterns I found that it would be difficult to not find one that is just perfect. And the best thing about these patterns, well, maybe not the best but pretty close to it, is that they are FREE. Yes, each and everyone of them are free. So, what are you waiting for. Get online and get busy.

When you visit this website they invite you to sign up for free patterns. It's well worth the few minutes it takes to fill out your little bit of information. This site has free ebooks that included many, many free crocheted afghan patterns. One is 25 Afghan Patterns and the other is 8 Free Crochet Afghan Patterns.

The ebook titled 25 Afghan Patterns (above) includes, but is not limited to, such afghans as:

  • Neutral Cluster Laphgan
  • Blush Rose Afghan
  • Snuggle Afghan with Sleeves
  • Country Flowers Afghan

The patterns in this ebook offer a variety of stitches and crafting levels. There is a pattern for each style and level of expertise.

The ebook 8 Free Crochet Afghan Patterns (below) includes the patterns for:

  • Broomstick Afghan
  • Arrow Stitch Crochet Afghan
  • Blue and White Crochet Afghan
  • Granny Square Afghan
  • Crochet Ripple Afghan
  • Crossed Panel Afghan
  • Ocean Crochet Afghan

The patterns in these ebook contain easy to follow instructions. The website has a Beginners Guide to Crochet available along with how-to videos. Altogether it's a great website for both those who are beginners and those who have reached that intermediate level.

 This wesite is also perfect for the beginning crocheter.  The instructions are easy to understand and easy to follow.  While it is a good site for beginners, the more experienced will find a plethera of pattern choices for their level.  They offer a wonderful variety of beautiful afghan patterns along with a variety of stitches and levels.

Some of the afghan patterns offered on this site are:

  • Dragonfly Dreams
  • Colonial Charm
  • California Ranch
  • Autumn Chevron
  • Siesta
  • Americana
  • Flower Garden
  • Highland Home
  • Candy Cane
  • Cape Cod
  • Charleston
  • Chinese Screen
  • Crochet Ripple
  • Crocheted Zig Zag
  • Flower and Fruit
  • Harlequin
  • Herringbone
  • Jacob's Ladder
  • Mexicana
  • Lollipop
  • Mardi Gras
  • Navajo
  • Peacock
  • Pennsylvania Dutch
  • Star Stitch
  • Wigwam

There is a rainbow of colors to choose.  Pick one that is perfect for you.
There is a rainbow of colors to choose. Pick one that is perfect for you. | Source

 Another great website offering free crocheted afgans is the knitting crocheting website.  They havwe a large selection of crochet and knitting patterns for afghans/  They include many different stitches, styles and crafting levels.  Some of the patterns they offer are:

  • Basket Weave
  • Candle-light
  • Corn on the Cobb
  • Grandmother's Fan Quilt
  • Indian Motif Multicolored
  • Mount Vernon
  • Navajo
  • Northern Lights
  • Pinwheel
  • Scrap of Beauty
  • Spring Awakening
  • Trail of Tears
  • Windmills and Stars

Beautiful example of a granny square afghan using various patterns.
Beautiful example of a granny square afghan using various patterns. | Source

 I love this website, they have so many interesting things in it.  You'll have to pay them a visit.  They have some of the prettiest crochet afghan patterns on the web.  They, like the others, offer a wide variety of styles, stitches and crafting levels.  Some of their afghan patterns available are:

  • Curicular Ripple
  • Hearts and Squares
  • Hills and Valleys
  • Old Glory
  • Priscilla's Stadium Blanket
  • Rainbow Waves
  • Round Afghan
  • Sheila's Laprobe
  • Technicolor Heart Blanket

Ripple Stitch Crochet pattern
Ripple Stitch Crochet pattern | Source


 As with the others, this website is a gem.  It offers up a wide variety of beautiful afghan patterns in a wonderful selection of styles.  It also has a wide varitey of levels, from beginner to intermediate, that include many different stitches.  Some of the patterns available are:

  • American Star
  • Basket Weave
  • Berry Garland
  • Fast, Easy, and Pretty
  • Cascade
  • Country Star
  • Angel
  • Ripple
  • Big Block
  • A Blanket of Roses
  • Game Day
  • Chocolate Squares

Would you try one of these free patterns?

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      Susan Haze 7 years ago from Sunny Florida

      CollB, there are so many great ones you'll have a hard time picking one. Thanks for stopping in, reading and commenting.

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      CollB 7 years ago

      I'm looking forward to looking at the large selection of patterns!

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      Susan Haze 7 years ago from Sunny Florida

      RTalloni, there are so many beautiful patterns I just know you will find one you'll love.

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      RTalloni 7 years ago from the short journey

      Oh wow, what a wonderful group you have put together in this hub! Thanks so much -- I can't wait to look at some of these patterns!

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      Susan Haze 7 years ago from Sunny Florida

      rmiller0410, I agree free is nice. It becomes costly to buy patterns for every project.

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      rmiller0410 7 years ago from ohio

      Thanks for the article. I am always looking for patterns. Free is always nice.

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      Susan Haze 7 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Thanks Pamela. There are some really beautiful patterns on these sites. I'm sure your friend will find one that is just right for them.

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      Pamela Oglesby 7 years ago from United States

      I will pass this hub along to someone who is very good with all types of needle work which happens not to be me,but I think you did an excellent job with the great selection of supplies.