It’s time to think outside of the box. Now, don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love a classic square afghan, but sometimes I get a little bored with the all-square patterns. I’ll switch up the stitches or type of pattern, but there are times when I just need something fresh and new.
Whenever the old tricks don’t work and I need to really switch things up, I turn to the always interesting and beautiful round afghan patterns. Whether you do a classic round afghan or a 12 or 24 point afghan, there are so many options to crochet. Check out the awesome round afghan patterns below!
Round Afghan Patterns
- 12 Point Round Ripple – This is one crochet afghan that will be loved by all.
- Lollipop Baby Blanket – What an incredibly sweet baby blanket!
- Hypnotize Me Blanket – Your eye will be going round and round just like your crochet hook.
- Raspberry Sherbet Round Ripple – This pattern is deliciously fun!
- Layered Circles Round Afghan – Full of wonderful texture.
- Kew Gardens Afghan – I absolutely love the color scheme of this crochet pattern.
- Beginner’s Round Ripple – The perfect pattern for summer!
- Ferris Wheel Baby Blanket – Rounds of pastels makes this pattern light and eye-catching.
- Down in the Valley Afghan – The ultimate way to add a splash of color to your home!
- Spiderman Round Ripple Afghan – The perfect pattern for any comic book or super hero nut!
- Circle Lapghan – Get ready to have one cuddle-worthy lapghan.
- Shell and V-Stitch Round Ripple Blanket – This afghan has everything, literally.
- Garden Gate Afghan Crochet Pattern – Hello, perfect spring afghan pattern!
- Skipping Stones Circular Afghan – I’m absolutely in love with this round afghan, you have to check it out!
- Pink 24 Point Round Ripple – If you’re a fan of pink, then you’ll LOVE this pattern.
- Umbrella Spiral Blanket – This pastel afghan is mesmerizing.
- French Country Round Ripple – Talk about a b-e-a-u-tiful afghan pattern.
- Tiffany Blue Round Ripple – How can you not love this lovely light crochet round ripple afghan?
Crochet Thought of the Day:
What type of patterns do you love?