Christmas is just around the corner and I have a quick and easy blanket pattern for you to make this holiday season: Christmas Snowflakes Afghan. You can adjust the size of this afghan and turn it into a bed spread or baby blanket by simply crocheting more or fewer hexagons. For this pattern, I used the granny snowflake hexagon for the blanket and a modified version of the dot border. I designed the blanket using aran (worsted) yarn and so it works up in no time. Change the colors to match any theme or color palette.
This geometric crochet lapghan can serve as a small blanket for the couch or the car, and it can also function as a decorative rug. High contrast streams of bobbles accent a simple base of double crochet to bring a modern aesthetic to this easy project. I am obsessed with the uneven striping and lines of bobbles in this blanket!
Although this piece is really meant for the home, I saw so many wearable blankets on the runway this season, and I can definitely see myself sporting this over a sweater while social distance dining outdoors as the temps start to drop!
- Designed by Lois Olson
This gorgeous afghan by Lois Olson has amazing added half - motifs on the sides, which creates a super modern and fun effect. What's more, the snowflake - inspired pointed border and snowflakes in the center of each hexagon makes this blankie on the pictures below just the ultimate winter throw. The colors look super cute, however if you don't like such colorful blankies, go for single color!
If you love crochet hexagons, then this Adorable Hexagon Blanket is the perfect crochet pattern. Different colored hexagons come together to make a cute blanket you can use as a stylish throw. This multicolored blanket is perfect for any room in your home and the hexagon pattern adds a fun geometric touch. Your friends and family members will be wowed when they see this crazy cute crochet blanket and they'll probably ask you to make one for their own home. Join the crochet hexagons as you go and finish off the pattern with a pretty edge. You will be so pleased with this beautiful crochet pattern.
Instead of the typical granny square afghan pattern, check out this Granny Hexagon Afghan, which uses hexagons instead of crochet granny squares. The fun shapes and patterns create an eye-catching design that will brighten up your home. Use this crochet afghan as a throw on your couch or for the warmth you desire in the winter around the fire. Keep it laying around during the spring months, too, since the hexagons create a floral look that is a reminder of the new life in springtime. This crochet granny square afghan would look stunning in any color scheme you picked.
Using different shades of blue, green and orange, you can work up this amazing Colorburst Granny Hexagon; you can choose your own crochet colors as well. The double crochet stitch is going to allow you to make these pretty hexagons. Here's the thing, you can join your hexagons to make a crocheted blanket one of two ways: you can join them once they're all complete or you can join as you go. The join-as-you-go method is discussed in the pattern as an easy method to choose. Either way, you're finished crocheted afghan is sure to look stunning and make heads turn when it's displayed in your home.