Free Crochet Patterns

Fall Foliage Afghan

The Fall Foliage Afghan was inspired by the colors of the falling leaves in Autumn! You can use this gorgeous and warm blanket all the way through Thanksgiving. Or customize it with whatever colors you wish. This stitch pattern creates a solid and thick fabric, perfect for fighting off that Autumn chill. For the majority of the blanket, you will use only half double crochets and double crochets. The staggered stripes create visual interest and because of the four rows per stripe pattern, all of your ends are on one side of the blanket.

Fall Foliage Afghan

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Waves and Leaves

  • Designed by: Yarnspirations Design Studio

This beautiful autumnal blanket made by Yarnspirations Design Studio is the ultimate fall project. What's more, the design truly resembles falling leaves, doesn't it? The finished size is 48 x 62″ (122 x 157.5 cm), however you can adjust it to any size you want. The warming tones and cost textures are just the dream.

Waves and Leaves

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Cosy Stripe Blanket Free Crochet Pattern 5

This blankie is a true classic - flowers, squares and stripes in one project, could you wish for anything more? It's a very delicate blankie, so it won't irritate the delicate baby skin, in conclusion, it's a must have in every parents closet!

Cosy Stripe Blanket Free Crochet PatternThe full article about the free pattern and the photos are here. More info on raverly can be found here and more about this version is here

Bobble Stripe Baby Blanket

"Enter the Bobble Stripe Blanket! It features stripes of alternating bobbles in blue and purple, separated by a rows of half double crochet in a classic medium grey. After finishing the baby blanket's body, the whole thing is wrapped in a single crochet border with even more bobbles! This pattern uses an I 5.5 mm hook and three four colors worsted weight yarn (I used Caron One Pound in Purple, Ultramarine, Robin's Egg, and Grey). It also features a video tutorial for the bobble border. "Bobble Stripe Baby Blanket

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Quickest Granny Stripe Crochet Afghan

It's stashbusting time. Leave your stash lighter and get your craving for craftiness satisfied quickly with the Quickest Granny Stripe Crochet Afghan! Using a Q/15mm hook and four strands of yarn held together, you'll create a fabulous crochet pattern in no time.
The subtly colorful pattern will soon become your favorite out of all your crochet afghan patterns to snuggle up in at night. Crochet patterns as fast to make and as cute as this one don't come around often so get your hooks ready.Quickest Granny Stripe Crochet Afghan

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Falling Petals Afghan

Do you love texture in your crochet blankets? Then you will absolutely love this afghan with a 3d stitch. I named it Falling Petals afghan since the stitch looks like petals are falling in a line. The stitch is a variation of the shell stitch and is easy to work up. I used 3 colors for this afghan but I think it will be gorgeous in a single color with some tassels attached to the end as well. Try it and make it your own.Falling Petals Afghan

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