Here at AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns, we love our designers! We wouldn’t be here without them and we appreciate all of the wonderful crochet patterns they create. Today I’m going to feature three of our designers and a pattern from each so you can check out their profiles and see their other patterns too. Enjoy!
bobwilson123 – She started crocheting in 2001 and loved to crochet in her free time. In 2009, she started teaching crochet through YouTube videos. Since then, she now has over 100 videos on her channel (wow!) and continues to enjoy crocheting and teaching others. This is one of her patterns, the Lovely Shell Afghan and it’s quite lovely, isn’t it? We love this pattern because it’s great for beginners even though the resulting afghan looks very intricate. This free pattern is also versatile in that the panels alone can be made into scarves instead. Can’t finish the afghan in time? Don’t worry, you’ll be able to make scarves instead! Be sure to check out bobwilson123’s other patterns and tutorials!
Donna Collinsworth – Donna has been designing crochet patterns since the early nineties and has worked for Annie’s Attic, House of White Birches and The Needlework Shop. Her patterns published in several magazines and book collections and we are so grateful for her to share her talents with us! Her free patterns are classic, cute, and certainly adorable. One of our favorites is the Baby Shell Afghan with Ribbon. By using a small shell stitch, you’ll be able to crochet this baby blanket with ease. See more of Donna’s designs here.
Berta Gilholm – Berta lives in sunny Florida and learned to crochet when she was just four years old. Ever since, she’s been crocheting and creating patterns in her retirement. She loves to share her patterns for free and pass along the joy of crocheting. We especially love her baby blankets and her Neapolitan Baby Blanket is one of our faves. The crochet baby afghan is perfect for a baby girl, but feel free to substitute the pink stripes if you’re making this blanket for a baby boy. Be sure to check out Berta’s other free patterns here!