One of the first crochet patterns I ever attempted when learning how to crochet was a scarf. Although scarves are one of the easiest to work up, especially when just beginning, I had a tough time. My rows were off and my finished product looked like an hour glass where it increased and decreased throughout the entire design. And don’t even get me started on black yarn, that was interesting. Since then I have become quite the scarf-maker and I’ve even graduated to crocheted afghans. That’s right! I learned how to crochet a blanket just by teaching myself through free crochet afghan patterns and YouTube videos. I’m currently in the process of making a Blackhawks afghan which so far has been proven to be way above my skill level.
The patterns that are more up my alley came from Lion Brand. Together with their efforts, AllFreeCrochet and AllFreeKnitting have come out with an awesome eBook: The Most Popular Patterns for Afghans: 16 Knit & Crochet Afghan Patterns from Lion Brand. In this eBook you can find 16 crocheted afghans and knit afghans that you’re sure to fall in love with. Each of the afghans are a beautiful blend of crochet colors and knit colors. However, you can choose whatever colors you wish. From chic and stylish to effortless crochet designs you will be wow’d with how great these patterns are.
Whether knit or crocheted, homemade afghan patterns can really set the mood to a room. These designs can make a room pop with color and be the perfect accent you’ve been looking for. From the Bright Stripes Baby Afghan to the Crochet Squares Throw, you won’t be disappointed. If you’re just learning how to crochet or you’ve been crocheting your whole life, you will find a pattern to work on. This eBook from Lion Brand is for all skill levels and can be downloaded right now!
If you love curling up on the couch to make a crocheted afghan or even a knit afghan then download this book today. The Most Popular Patterns for Afghans: 16 Knit & Crochet Afghan Patterns from Lion Brand will keep your hook happy for many months to come!
Do you prefer to knit afghans or crochet afghans?