Today we thought it would be fun to feature patterns from each letter of the alphabet. Learning the alphabet was one of the most important things we all learned as a child. A pattern for every letter? I think so!
A is for ABC Baby Blanket – Might as well start out with the alphabet right? This baby blanket will features all 26 letters in individual blocks and makes learning the alphabet fun.
B is for Baby Owl Granny Square – This is one of my favorite squares! Owls are super trendy right now so this square will make a pretty spring blanket too.
C is for Caribbean Hexagon Blanket – Instead of making mini hexagon motifs, crochet a large hexagon afghan. Using ocean blues, you’ll feel just “beachy” in no time.
D is for Dreamy Diamond Ghan – Sweet dreams! This crochet bedspread is light and cozy.
E is for Eureka Flower Square – Eureka! Finally, a flower square in six easy steps. We love the bright and fun colors in this springy square.
F is for Fairy Tales Baby Blanket – This is a sweet pattern for a baby blanket that will help you use up your scrap yarn!
G is for Green Granny Ripple Afghan – No need to be green with envy, this pattern is as easy as a granny square.
H is for Hairpin Lace and Popcorn Afghan – This pattern uses a unique technique to create lace an popcorn bobbles in the same afghan.
I is for Ice Cream Cones Square – I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! This crochet square pattern definitely heard you calling because it has not one, not two, but four ice cream cones to crochet!
J is for Jewel Box Crochet Throw – Soft green lace makes this throw perfect for spring.
K is for Kata Square – This granny square is another one of our favorite patterns. Start by crocheting clusters and you will be able to get the hang of this pattern quickly.
L is for Lazy Daisy Afghan – Bright and sunny flower motifs make this vintage pattern great for a lazy day.
M is for Monkey Motif Afghan – Monkey see, monkey do! Crochet this afghan for a child and they will love it! The mouths of the monkeys stick out from the motif which makes this afghan positively adorable.
N is for Neat Ripple Afghan – Isn’t this pattern just neat? It’s bright enough to cheer up your day and it’s one of our most popular patterns!
O is for Off-Center Square – Off your rocker? You might be crazy enough to try this asymmetrical granny square for your next crochet project.
P is for Polka Dots & Frills Baby Blanket – Talk about trendy! Polka dots are popping up everywhere these days – literally! Using the bobble stitch, you can create this cute pattern easily.
Q is for Quick and Simple Afghan – Seriously, this is the easiest crochet pattern you will ever see! Perfect for quick gifts.
R is for Raspberry Plaid Blanket – This blanket is done in three steps to create the crochet stripes needed to make plaid – super fun tutorial.
S is for Sizzling Bacon Blanket – Now this is what I call yummy crochet. There are plenty of bacon lovers out there that would love an afghan that looks like bacon.
T is for Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Baby Blanket – Shaped like a star, this blanket looks great on top of a child’s bed.
U is for Umbrella Spiral Blanket – You’ll be singing in the rain if you crochet this pattern!
V is for Victorian Afghan – Bright red roses make this vintage pattern just gorgeous.
W is for Wiggles Square – This square has a unique method to create 3D wiggles on the square to create a fun and funky texture.
X is for “X” Marks the Spot Square – Like finding the treasure on a treasure map, this pattern will lead you to amazing places in your crocheting endeavors! It’s lacy “X” design is perfect for spring projects.
Y is for Yellow Diamond Square – It’s a square inside a square, just angled to look like a diamond – how clever!
Z is for Zig Zag Ripple Afghan – Orange and gray make this zig zag pattern modern and classic all at the same time.