When I think winter, obviously the first thing that comes to mind is the cold. And the snow. And maybe peppermint mochas. However, if you’re about to embark on a new crochet project and you’d like to capture that wintery feeling, these themes are a little abstract to translate into the form of, say, a crochet afghan. Instead of focusing on the more popular aspects of winter, why not focus on something a little less well-advertised, like the evergreen? Beyond just being used for Christmas projects, evergreens stay, well, green throughout the winter and are often the signature pop of color on a barren landscape. They make me think of ski lodges and mountain retreats, and they smell so fresh and distinctive that a whiff of anything evergreen-related immediately puts you in a wintry state of mind!
Today’s post is dedicated to the lovely evergreen and to capturing a little bit of that wintry beauty for yourself. These 11 crochet afghan patterns, in various shades of green, will put you in a calming and natural state of mind. Freshen up your living space with a cool green afghan, and it’ll keep you warm all winter long!
These gorgeous green afghan patterns are the perfect way to bring a little color into your home this winter. Whether you’re planning to throw one over the couch as a decoration or cuddle up with one beside the fire, these free crochet afghan patterns will help you spice up your space!
Green Crochet Granny Squares
Not ready to commit to an entire afghan? You can still get in on the evergreen fun with these crochet granny square patterns! You can use them as part of a more colorful afghan or create a series of gorgeous greens—either way, it’s a great way to incorporate the evergreen trend into your current projects.
What’s your favorite color to work with this season? Let us know below in the comments!
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