The weather so far this December has been so temperamental that I don’t even know what to do. One day it’s almost 60 degrees and blindingly sunny, the next it’s raining and damp enough that even a jacket doesn’t keep out the chill. I’m usually the kind of person that loves being outside, but not when I need to bring along a coat, umbrella, sunglasses, and gloves just to take a walk!
If you want to experience nature this winter without actually, you know, going outside, these 9 crochet afghan patterns are all inspired by the great outdoors. These are some seriously great free crochet patterns for beginners, and best of all, once you work one up you can cuddle up with it all winter long. Using all the colors of a walk in the woods, these easy crochet patterns will remind you of days when the trees still had leaves and the weather was still enjoyable! It’s the perfect time to pick up a new project since the holidays are over, so look through these free, easy crochet patterns and find your inspiration.
Woodsy Chic Lapghan – This fun spiral afghan incorporates all the colors of the woods for a stunning effect.
Redwood Waffle-ghan – The deep red color of this crochet afghan will look gorgeous as an accent to any room.
Woodcliff Throw – Use up your scraps to create the motifs for this unique afghan.
Woodland Fern Afghan – Deep greens give this crochet afghan the look of dense foliage.
Into the Woods Ripple Pattern – This gorgeous ripple afghan uses different shades of green for an earthy look.
Dogwood Afghan – The lovely flowers on this crochet afghan give it a decidedly feminine vibe!
Forest Ripple Crochet Throw – A dash of purple gives a vibrant flair to this green-toned afghan.
Green Meadows Throw – This bright green afghan will have you feeling like spring is in the air.
Which season is your favorite for being outside?
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