This Easy Log Cabin Afghan is all you could want in a crochet blanket. It's traditional yet modern, understated yet colorful, and definitely cozy! When you use self-striping yarn, you can avoid the messy color changes and weaving in countless ends. Whether you're bringing this blanket out to your family cabin or you're using it in your home, you won't be disappointed by its versatility and warmth. Everyone in your family and your friends will all want one, and you can give each person one because it's that easy!
This crochet blanket design is reminiscent of popular log cabin quilts. Grab all your leftover worsted weight yarns and crochet yourself this easy to make blanket. Done entirely in HDC, this simple but elegant stitch pattern creates a squishy texture that you want to snuggle up in, and it's reversible. The log cabin pattern starts in the center and works outward, allowing you to create a blanket any size you want.
Monochromatic colors come together to create this modern looking afghan. The 21st Century Log Cabin Afghan will look right at home in any minimalist-style living room. It's an easy crochet pattern to make that is quick to work up-- even for beginners. It's crocheted all in one piece, so there is no need to sew blocks together at the end. Log cabin afghans like this are normally knit, so this crocheted version is definitely a keeper if you appreciate clean and simple designs.
The Log Cabin Arrow Crochet Afghan Pattern may look very intimidating, especially to a beginner, but in reality it's an easy crochet pattern to work up. With 11 crochet colors involved you'll find yourself mesmerized as your work up the afghan. 24 squares are worked individually with the log cabin style and then joined together following a diagram. This is certainly one easy crochet afghan pattern you'll want to display in your home for all to see.
Looking to make your home interior feel more rustic? Well, now you can with this simple Brick Stitch Country Vibes Crochet Afghan that evokes a comfortable, log cabin atmosphere. After completing this pattern, you can easily spread your crochet blanket over a bed or couch to brighten up a room. If you're looking to improve your crochet skills, use this free crochet throw pattern to practice the brick and modern granny stitches. You'll love the elegant, country feel this crochet throw has, and wait until you find out how easy it is to make!
While I was working up the sample of my Griffin Shawl, I knew I wanted to come up with a similar design for a crochet afghan pattern that was worked in the round. Beginners and seasoned crocheters alike will love that the Centaur Mandala Afghan pattern uses simple crochet stitch pattern repeats to create the textured design, making it perfect for those days when you need to sit, crochet and decompress. Pair this crochet blanket pattern with Lion Brand Yarns Mandala, a self-striping yarn, and all of the colorwork is done for you making this a perfect crochet project for binge watching your favorite TV show. And I don't know about you, but my favorite part of self-striping yarns is that I'm not left with a bunch of ends to weave in!