I have had several crocheted afghans in my life. Some were made as a gift when my mom was pregnant with me and I still have them and others were ones given to me by friends who have awesome talent or ones I bought at garage sales and thrift stores. Crochet afghans are incredibly durable and hold their shape pretty well. They are amazingly warm and easy to wash. Just like with other crochet pattens, there are so many ways you can make them as well. If you are looking for a new and exciting pattern to work on this winter, here are 10 free crochet afghan patterns to get you started.
10 Free Crochet Afghan Patterns
Free Crochet has a nice pattern for a Neapolitan Throw that looks like it would look classy in a variety of colors. The pattern says it is Intermediate skill level.
For a twist on a classic granny square pattern, Shiri Designs features a nice Circles to Squares Afghan pattern from Lion Brand Yarns.
Red Heart has this really cute Square Upon Square Throw that looks delicate and would be great for a nice sophisticated area of your home.
I cannot get over this awesome and unique Mouth-Watering Delight Throw from Free Patterns. It would be perfect to make for your favorite Oreo lover!
This Basketweave Twists Afghan from Bernat Yarns (on Fave Crafts) is very nice and almost doesn’t look crocheted. It could be mistaken for Knit!
This Sand Dollar Dream Afghan from All Free Crochet would look lovely in a beach house or in a room with a seaside theme.
Speckless has this beautiful Vintage Daisy Motif Throw that really appeals to those that love the look of anything vintage. I love the delicate look of it!
Another great pattern from Red Heart is this Flower Throw. If you are a beginner, this is a great pattern to try.
If you are looking for another great easy pattern, check out this tutorial and pattern on how to crochet a blanket on Crafts Ideas for Kids.
This Matalasse Afghan pattern from Priscilla’s Crochet is complicated and quite a challenge, but if you are up for it, it will be absolutely beautiful when completed!
I hope you have fun creating these beautiful free crochet afghan patterns! Which is your favorite?