Riding the Color Wave: Seascape-Inspired Crochet Patterns

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As summer approaches, most people start to think about how they’ll spend time outdoors. A day at the beach filled with sunshine, sand, and seashells sounds good to me! If you love the ocean as much as you love crocheting, you’ll just adore these amazing Seascape-Inspired Crochet Patterns. The soft blues, deep greens, pastel purples, and dark […]

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Chevron Crochet Baby Blanket

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I just love chevron, don’t you? This Chevron Baby Blanket from 1 Dog Woof uses a corner-to-corner technique to work up these beautiful chevron stripes. ChiWei, the pattern’s creator, originally made this as a baby blanket and it would look so cute done up in baby pastels! However, I love the look of these bold […]

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Fancy Floral Afghan Square

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This groovy crochet granny square is the pattern you need if you want to make a fun and funky afghan! The Floral Kaleidoscope Afghan Square from Gleeful Things combines a delicate floral motif with a bold color scheme that all comes together in a truly unique way. You could alternate the order of the colors […]

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Free Pattern Friday: Feisty Fox Blanket from Yarnspirations!

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For today’s Free Pattern Friday, we have this adorable fox crochet blanket pattern from Yarnspirations! This is the perfect crochet baby blanket pattern because it has a little hood on it – perfect for cuddling up. If you need any baby shower gift ideas or have any baby birthdays coming up, this free crochet pattern […]

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Free Pattern Friday: Rainbow Afghan Pattern from Red Heart!

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Happy Free Pattern Friday! Today’s pattern is this adorable rainbow baby blanket from Red Heart Yarns. The pastel colors make it perfect for spring, and we love the creative stitching! If you want to make a truly unique crochet blanket this spring, this is definitely the one you need. Free Pattern Friday: Rainbow Afghan Pattern […]

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Free Crochet Afghan Patterns: Granny Rectangle Throw

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How cozy is this Granny Rectangle Throw from Crochet Again? While this example is worked up in fall colors, I think it would look gorgeous in springtime shades as well! There are two versions of the pattern offered in this tutorial – one for the afghan with the colored border and one with the textured […]

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Free Pattern Friday: Sugarplum Cables Afghan from Yarnspirations!

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Happy Free Pattern Friday! Today’s pattern is a bold and beautiful afghan pattern from our friends at Yarnspirations. This afghan is the perfect project to work up this time of year – the cozy, chunky yarn says “winter,” but the bright colors say “spring!” Let yourself get carried away with this colorful knitting pattern – […]

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Your Perfect Plaid: 8 Crochet Afghan Patterns

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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 […]

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