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Easy Crochet Afghan Pattern

Let’s make this easy crochet Afghan using this free pattern together! The purple bloom blanket is the perfect project that pairs up with binge-watching movies and crochet.

My yarn stash has unused colors with no perfect projects to make, and then the thought of making an easy crochet Afghan came up! This is a perfect stash-busting project, that can be made into a coordinating Afghan or color block Blanket.

Made by SASSCrochetDesign

This quick crochet Afghan pattern is a mindless project that can be made while watching a film with loved ones. You do not need to count stitches, and nor do you need to keep your mind following the pattern.

The favorite part of this easy crochet Afghan pattern is that you can not go wrong with your color choice(s), a minimum of 2 colors would make this Afghan pop beautifully.

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Made by Joriesyarn

This easy Afghan crochet pattern is made using 2 different techniques to archive a beautiful look with detailed texture. The pattern has step-by-step pictures to make working up your own purple bloom blanket.

Sizes available for this easy crochet Afghan pattern

Blanket Size Chart for Baby, Toddler, Twin, Queen, King sizes.

This pattern is written and tested in 4 different sizes – Infant (Toddler, Twin, Queen, and King) sizes.

Another great thing about this pattern is that you can work your own purple bloom blanket in any weight of yarn. The prototype was made using worsted weight yarn but double-knit yarn can also be substituted. Instructions are provided in the pattern.

Supplies needed for this easy crochet Afghan free pattern

Stylecraft Special Aran, #4 lightweight (100% Acrylic, 322 yards/295 m per 3.5 oz/100 g Ball)

6(8, 17, 19, 23) Balls, Prototype made in Purple (A), Lilac (B), Pink (C), Emperor (D) and White(E).

Estimated Total Yardage

1800 (2500, 5500, 6000, 7500) yards

Hook and other Materials

– US Size H/8 (5 mm) Crochet Hook

– Darning needle

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Construction Note for your own easy crochet Afghan project

  1. The pattern is worked in 2 different sections, the first is the Filet and the second is chains, which are then threaded through the mesh (Filet) made.
  2. Section 2: Weaving in your chains after Row 2 of section one, you can skip to section 2 and Weave your chains through first
    rows of filet made and continue this way.
    You can also decide to make a few rows of filets and weave in the chains instead of weaving after every row.
    Or You can decide to complete the first section and then weave your chains through. This last option might become very tasking and stressful.

Instructions for this easy crochet Afghan free pattern

Section 1: Filet
Row 1: With A, ch 153 (163, 229, 307, 367) dc in next st, dc in each st across, turn. 151 (161, 227, 305, 365) dc

Row 2: Ch 4 (counts as dc + ch 1), skip next st, dc in next st, *ch 1, skip st, dc in next st, rep from * to end, turn. 76 dc, 75 ch 1 sp (81 dc, 80 ch 1 sp, 114 dc, 113 ch 1 sp, 153 dc, 152 ch 1 sp, 183 dc, 183 ch 1 sp)

Row 3: Ch 4 (counts as dc + ch 1), skip next ch sp, dc in next st, *ch 1, skip ch sp, dc in next st, rep from * to ch 4 sp, ch 1, skip first ch sp, dc in next ch, turn. 76 dc, 75 ch 1 sp (81 dc, 80 ch 1 sp, 114 dc, 113 ch 1 sp, 153 dc, 152 ch 1 sp, 183 dc, 183 ch 1 sp)

Rows 4 – 81 (105, 166, 183, 183): Rep Row 3.
Join new color(s) as desired.
Repeat Row 3 till your desired length.

Row 82 (106, 167, 184, 184): Ch 3, *dc in next st, dc in ch sp,
rep from * to last st, dc in last. 151 (161, 227, 305, 365) dc

Fasten off

Section 2: of this easy crochet Afghan pattern

Interlocking Chains/Weaving

• Leave a tail of 5”, Ch 153 (163, 229, 307, 367)
(Note that this would be used for the first row, you would need to chain Ch 153 (163, 229, 307, 367) for each row.

• To make counting easier, you can place a stitch marker after the first 153 (163, 229, 307, 367) chains and check the length against subsequent chains instead of counting every row.

• Thread the beginning 5” through a darning needle, pass the darning needle *below 1 dc and over the next Dc, repeat from * to the end of the row, and continue to weave in this sequence till the end of Row 82 (106, 167, 184, 184).

To secure the chains, sew the 5” left to the end of the panel.
Secure the other end of the chain.

Sew in Ends.

Here are some helpful tips for weaving your crochet Afghan

  1. Make sure not to skip more than 1 dc.

The finished look has straight lines of dc.

This prototype was made with long chains weaved through the row as such, there are only a few ends to sew in.

You could also weave each row separately with ends left on either side, this can be used as fringes or sewn in, this method
would leave you with lots of ends to deal with.

Make sure not to have a very tight pull after each row of threading to avoid shrinkage.

Keep similar tension while Weaving to have a uniform shape of blanket, you might find placing stitch markers at the end of each row.

There you have it, your stash-busting easy crochet Afghan. I would love to see your version!

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