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Medallion Afghan

Different from most afghan crochet patterns, the Medallion Afghan features colorful medallions, lace and a zig-zag border. Use your yarn scraps and try your skills at this bright, intriguing afghan pattern.

Medallion Afghan

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Zig Zag Classic Ripple Afghan

This Zig Zag Classic Ripple Afghan calls for two sizes of crochet hooks and uses medium worsted weight yarn. Mix and match the yarn colors to complement your home decor. It's incredible how much a simple afghan can transform the look of any room, especially when it has such a trendy chevron look. This crocheted afghan will look lovely draped over the living room sofa or loveseat. Cozy blankets like this are also a nice housewarming gift to new homeowners.Zig Zag Classic Ripple Afghan

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Mini Medallion X-Stitch Motif

Scroll to the bottom of the free pattern page to watch the YouTube how to tutorial video for learning this motif. The free pattern includes charts for learning the beginning X stitch as well as the regular X stitch. This mini medallion motif would be cute as a coaster, earring, or trivet. Join them as you go to create a beautiful afghan or shawl. The pattern features Be So Brave Yarn, 100% USA made American Merino Wool, worsted weight.

Mini Medallion X-Stitch Motif

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Bright Chevron Borderless Blanket

"The Bright Chevron Borderless Blanket features a very modern and graphic look - and the pattern includes all the sizes! Make this blankie, lapghan, throw, or afghan with the free crochet pattern on Moogly! The Bright Chevron Borderless Blanket features one of my favorite wavy crochet stitches! And I love how it looks without a border! And when it’s done… it’s done! That said, it’s also ready for you to add whatever border you like - feel free to make it your own!"Bright Chevron Borderless Blanket

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Multicolored Scrapghan

Take those small leftover scraps of yarn you've saved from previous crochet projects for this colorful crochet afghan. This Multicolored Scrapghan uses all your discarded yarn scraps and incorporates them into a solid-colored background to make a colorful patchwork afghan. The more scraps you want to work into your afghan, the more skeins of solid yarn you'll need. Make this blanket as long as needed so that you can finally use up all your yarn scraps for something warm and cozy.Multicolored Scrapghan

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Hairpin Lace Baby Blanket

"This pattern uses hairpin lace and links to a free photo and video tutorial for creating and joining the strips of lace. It's a show-stopper! It is sized for a baby blanket, but could easily be expanded to a larger afghan, if desired. You'll need a hairpin lace loom, a size H crochet hook, and 3 skeins of Caron Simply Soft yarn to make the baby blanket size. This hairpin lace technique is easily my most-often complimented crochet work! "Hairpin Lace Baby Blanket

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