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.
So, what did you think? Which pattern of the alphabet do you want to try?
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