Let’s face it, crochet afghans are a really great project to make (if you’ve got the time and the yarn, that is.) They make great gifts and fabulous home decor, they’re often repetitive enough that you can work them up in your sleep, and there’s always a sense of accomplishment from finishing such a large project. The problem is that after a while, crochet afghan patterns tend to start blurring together. One ripple looks a lot like another, and it can be tough to get inspired when you’re checking out the same types of patterns over and over again. But have you ever made a plaid afghan before? You’ll want to when you see these free afghan patterns!
While they might not be actual plaid, these fun afghans all have unique patterns that are sure to spice up your crocheting life – and they’re not any harder to make than your typical afghan! If you’re looking for a fresh design to get you out of your crochet rut, you’re going to love these free, easy crochet patterns. Find your perfect one below!
Pink Plaid Picnic Throw – Nothing says “picnic in the park” like an adorable plaid blanket!
Contemporary Plaid Crochet Afghan Pattern – A modern rendition of the traditional plaid pattern that’s super easy to work up!
Homey Plaid Crochet Blanket – This comfy plaid afghan pattern would look right at home in a cozy cottage.
Highland Home Afghan – You’ll feel transported to the green fields of Scotland when you work up this afghan.
Raspberry Plaid Blanket – Bright, bold colors make this fruity afghan stand out from the crowd.
Patchwork Plaid Baby Blanket – This twist on the plaid pattern makes for a perfect baby blanket.
Neutral Plaid Blanket – Plaid doesn’t have to be in-your-face – this neutral take on it would look perfect in any room.
What type of pattern would you like to see on an afghan?
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