Two Color Easy Afghan Crochet Pattern


Two Color Easy Afghan Crochet Pattern


Two Color Easy Afghan Crochet Pattern

Sometimes it can be difficult to choose what color yarn to use for an easy afghan pattern. You don't have to choose between your top favorite colors with Two Color Easy Afghan Crochet Pattern. It is totally fine if the colors are very different, because it will give the finished piece an aesthetically pleasing and attention grabbing effect. This easy afghan crochet pattern is perfect for beginners and it even edges itself, so there's no need to create a border when you are done. Make this afghan for a friend or bring it to a baby shower.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size28" x 32"

Materials List

  • Red Heart Solid Light
  • Red Heart Solid Dark
  • J Hook

How to Crochet the Two Color Easy Afghan Crochet Pattern


This pattern works up in an interesting striped pattern lengthwise by making rows of alternating colors. It self edges.

  1. Ch 101 in MC

  2. Sc in 2nd ch, ch 1, skip 1, *sc, ch 1, skip 1* repeat ** to last 2 stitches sc in last 2 stitches. Change colors, ch 1

  3. Sc in 1st sc,*ch 1, sc in ch 1 space*, repeat ** to last 2 stitches sc in last 2 stitches. Change colors.

  4. Repeat row 3 to desired width ending with MC.

  5. I did 2 rows of hdc on each end, leaving the long edges self-edged by the pattern.

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are you tying off after each color change?

Hi Christina, I would guess that this pattern does involve tying off after each color change. It doesn't look like the tails are being carried along the back, and it would take double the yarn to carry the tails through. I hope that helps!

I'm afraid I cannot work this out. It looks very effective but how does it "self edge". If each row is a different colour then you will end up with all the tails on one side to work in at the end.

Hi there, I believe this means the pattern produces a nice edge but you do still need to weave in the ends. In other words, you don't have to crochet an additional border all around the afghan. I hope that helps!

Mine is not perfect but i think instruction 4 should read Repeat row 3 to desired width ending with MC. But i could be wrong

You're absolutely right! Thank you for commenting and for sharing your photo. I've made the adjustment to the pattern. Have a great day!

Wow the afghan in the pictures sure doesn't look like what I have thought it should with the stitch pattern. The afghan pictured looks like it has had a stitch done over the green not made while crocheting the stitches. Am I wrong? Has anyone made this one and does it turn out like pictured? I did a swatch and can't figure it out, but like the stitch pattern that the written pattern gives. I am wondering what I'm doing wrong? Thank you and I'll be looking to see what comes of this one.

This is super cute! I wonder if it's above my skill level, though? I'm interested to hear what others think. Did you try it? Was it difficult?

has anyone actually tried the directions here and at Ravelry AND had it come out looking like this???

Pattern is on Ravelry as Deer Tracks by Amy Long http// == -2

Pattern is not there! Can i have the link please?

@genealogymamasan 0 932420 the instructions are listed just below the photo above. Thanks -Kaylee, Editor of FaveCrafts

How can I access the pattern?

@quakermomx3 the instructions are listed above right under the photo. Hope that helps! -Kaylee, Editor of FaveCrafts


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