Crochet Afghans Patterns
Stacked Bobbles Cat Afghan
Date Added: June 1, 2015
This afghan is a perfect afghan for beginners to make! It introduces the 3dc bobble. You can adjust the size to what ever you want. No need to make it for just kitty cats!
Bedazzled Baby Blanket
Date Added: March 20, 2009
This afghan is a direct result of a request of a member to create an afghan based on the pattern stitch used in the Spring Fling Toilet Tissue Cover. The resulting look is dazzling hence the name. Each of the 2 strands of yarn are carried up the side, and not cut, as you work and change colors after every 2 rows.
Caleb's Baby Afghan
Date Added: February 3, 2008
This crocheted baby afghan uses a variation on the linked trebles stitch. I called a side linked double treble stitch. It is a fun afghan to make and one where once you get used to doing the stitch, you can sit in front of the TV and absent mindedly work on it.
Joanna's Pillowghan Square
Date Added: July 5, 2007
This crochet afghan pattern was first introduced as a stitch along project but now it has been all put together into one file for everyone to enjoy. There are 2 different square designs that are put together into a pillowghan.
Bobbles-n-Shells Kitty Blanket
Date Added: April 26, 2005
This blanket is easy to make and is basically a large granny square and you can end at the end of any round to make a small granny square for use in any large afghan made up of squares.
Kitty's Thick Blanket
Date Added: May 17, 2004
This blanket it made with 2 strands of yarn held together. One is acrylic and the other is cotton. It works up quickly and your cat is bound to love it. Of course you can keep going and make a full size afghan if you like.
Will's Puff Stitch Granny Square Afghan
Date Added: August 17, 2002
This afghan is named for the newest member of my family. My nephew William born on May 31, 2002. I designed the squares just for this afghan. You can use the squares in any project however.
Linked Chains Baby Afghan
Date Added: August 8, 2000
This afghan is made with a new pattern stitch I thought I developed. I call it chain links. But it is actually called trellis stitch. Priscilla Hewitt came up with this stitch pattern before I did. I just did not know it until after I posted this new pattern. This afghan takes time to make so if you need an afghan in a hurry, you should consider another design. But if you have plenty of time before the baby is due, go ahead and make this one. It is well worth the time and effort it takes. Also it is suitable for either a boy or girl depending on the colors you use.
V-st Baby Afghan
Date Added: July 2, 1999
This afghan is a gift for a friend who is expecting a baby soon. It combines v-sts with sc to form a unique look. It is easy to do but you need to be prepared to weave in a lot of ends and to read a lot of repeats of rows.
Thermal Stitch Preemie Afghan
Date Added: January 29, 1999
The stitch pattern used in this pattern resembles the look of those wonderfully warm thermal blankets you can buy. This stitch could also be used in large afghans and would be very warm. The way the thermal pattern is made makes it really thick.
Date Added: December 5, 1998
This afghan is made for my son Joshua when he was 13 years old. I started the squares about 5 years before that and put it away until early in 1998. I decided to make an afghan out of the squares in June of that year and I just started to put them together on the first of December. It was finally finished on December 5, 1998.
Emma's Baby Afghan
Date Added: July 8, 1998
This afghan was designed for little Emma. My cousin's first baby born on July 4 1998. I knew a little girl was on the way but she decided to arrive about 3 weeks early. She weighs 5lbs 14oz and is in very good health! I have named this pattern in her honor.
Progressive Pattern Stitch Afghan
Date Added: June 25, 1998
This afghan is made starting at one corner and working outward to the desired width then to make it longer I added more rows to just one side of the afhgan. At first It ends up as a large square and lends itself well for making a great afghan for any charity where you make afghans for.
Julie's Marathon Baby Afghan
Date Added: April 1, 1998
Well I finally got the pictures back of the baby afghan I made in a hurry for a baby shower I was going to go to. I made this afghan in about 8 hours the day before the shower. I had pictures taken of it wrapped it and got it ready to go just 30 minutes before the shower was to begin. It is a simple and easy pattern to do and the colors can be changed to suit a little girl.