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8 Free Crochet Afghan Patterns

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A homemade crochet afghan brings cozy warmth to any sitting area. Use these free crochet afghan patterns to create ripple afghans, block afghans, granny square afghans and more. Free crochet patterns are a great way to decorate your home. We even have a section just for babies.


If you are new to crochet, the free easy to crochet afghan patterns are perfect for beginners. Check out the five-part Beginner’s Guide to Crochet for how-videos of crochet techniques.


We also have afghan knitting patterns if you’d prefer to pick up the needles!


Table of Contents:

Our Favorite Crochet Afghan Pattern

Free Easy to Crochet Afghan Patterns

Other Free Crochet Afghan Patterns

Baby Afghan Crochet Patterns

More Crochet Pattern Pages
 


Our Favorite Crochet Afghan Pattern

Broomstick Afghan Pattern

Broomstick crochet is a unique crochet technique worked with a crochet hook and a broomstick or giant knitting needle. The giant needle means this broomstick afghan works up quickly and easily.

Materials:

  • Crochet Hook size K or size needed to obtain gauge
  • 1" diameter broomstick, dowel or giant knitting needle.
  • Yarn: Lion Brand Homespun Yarn: 54 to 60 ounces

Skill Level: Intermediate

Finished size
: Approx 60 X 48

Gauge: 2 1/2 sts=1"

Stitch Notes: Broomstick St (br st):

Read the full pattern instructions for the broomstick afghan here.

 

Free Easy to Crochet Afghan Patterns

Arrow Stitch Crochet Afghan Pattern Arrow Stick Crochet Afghan

Blue and White Crochet Afghan Pattern

Check out the matching pillow!

Blue and White Crochet Afghan
Granny Square Crochet Afghan Pattern
Granny Square Crochet Throw

 

More Crochet Afghan Patterns

Crochet Ripple Afghan Pattern Crochet Ripple Afghan Pattern
Crossed Panel Crochet Afghan Pattern Cross Panel Crochet Afghan
Ocean Crochet Afghan Pattern Ocean Crochet Afghan

 

Crochet Baby Afghan Patterns

 Baby Afghan Crochet Pattern  Crochet Baby Afghan
 Diamond Bobble Baby Afghan Pattern
 Diamond Bobble Crochet Baby Afghan

 

More Crochet Pattern Pages


Free Crochet Patterns for Babies

 

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Ratings & Comments (11)

Jun 12, 2013

wonderful these patterns are just what I've been looking for.

 

Dec 7, 2012

i need lessons in video, can't reed pattern thank you

 

11 Ratings

Apr 19, 2012

wonderful variety of patterns

 

Apr 27, 2011

I am looking for a pattern I found and have misplaced. Im not sure of the name, but I think Someone had modified it and put it out there. It has 6 rows of crochet, then a row with holes in it. another row of crochet and then another with holes--then starts back over with 6 rows. All i can find left is use H hook chain 151 turn rows 1-7 sc 150 ch 1 turn, but I do not have the rest to show me how to do rows with holes. Anyone could help I would sure appreciate it Thanks

 

Sep 17, 2010

I am new 9less than 24 hours0 and I simply love your site its better than any one Ive subcribed to by far.

 

Aug 19, 2010

I am looking to make a 45x70 popcorn stitch afghan for my granddaughter but I cannot find a pattern. It will be in shades of lavender/purple. How many total skeins of yarn and what size hook??? If anyone can help me, I would really appreciated it. I am going to use 4 oz worsted weight yarn.... Thanks :) Replies can be sent to me at MarilynInMiamiFL@aol.com

 

May 21, 2010

I am finding it very tedious in your search box not being able to find even with exact name of project, your project. What's that about? I really enjoy your site and all of your yarn gang too. It takes too much time to find anything, though. jcm

 

Mar 19, 2010

My mother and I took turns crocheting a broomstick afghan 35 years ago. That afgan has been used by every member of my family and is currently on the bed in my spare bedroom an still looks great! It is one of my favorite possessions and carrys many memories, expecially of my mother who has been gone for several years now.

 

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