30 Beautiful Afghans to Inspire Your Next Project ...

Eliza

Whether you crochet or knit, you're probably always on the lookout for your next project and afghans are a fun and fairly simple thing you can make. They make fun gifts for everyone, so check out this list of afghans and you'll probably be ready to head to the yarn store and stock up. Don't you just love a cozy, warm blanket?

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Single Color

Single Color Via stitchandunwind.com
Some of my favorite afghans are the ones that are a single color. This pink is fantastic, but you can choose any color you love best.

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This single-color afghan is a great choice for those looking for a quick and easy project. The pattern is simple and straightforward, making it a great choice for beginner crocheters. The afghan is made with a soft and luxurious yarn, making it a cozy and comfortable addition to any home. The pattern works up quickly and the color options are endless. Choose your favorite color and create a beautiful afghan to snuggle up with. You can even add a few extra embellishments to make it even more special. With the right supplies and a bit of creativity, you can make a one-of-a-kind afghan that you can enjoy for many years to come.

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Scalloped Edges

Scalloped Edges Via Crochet Granny Triangle Afghan
Aren't the scalloped edges on this afghan absolutely gorgeous? And I love the colors so much too!

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Warm and Cozy

Warm and Cozy Via Aran Quick Cable Knit Afghan ...
I can imagine wrapping up in this cozy afghan on a cold winter afternoon and watching movies with my kids.

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Lacy Edge

Lacy Edge Via redheart.com
A fun and interesting lacy pattern around the edges of an afghan makes it look feminine and beautiful.

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Chevron Crochet

Chevron Crochet Via Pass the Cereal: Chevron Blanket
Chevron is huge right now so this afghan is a masterpiece. I love how there's one stripe in a different color.

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Arrowhead Striped Afghan

Arrowhead Striped Afghan Via Arrowhead Striped Afghan - Patterns ...
The pattern is great and choosing neutral colors allows you to toss your afghan on any chair or bed in your home.

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Zig Zag Stripes

Zig Zag Stripes Via Items similar to tiffany blue ...
The color palette on this afghan is stunning, but it's fun how the strips zig and zag instead of being straight.

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For a Little Girl

For a Little Girl Via Repeat Crafter Me: Crochet Daisy ...
What little girl wouldn't love to have this lovely afghan?

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Complicated Pattern

Complicated Pattern Via Pyramid Afghan - Crochet Afghan ...
If you're an experienced knitter or crocheter, you would have a lot of fun creating this masterpiece.

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Spiderman Afghan

Spiderman Afghan Via Harris Sisters GirlTalk: Spiderman Afghan
For all those superhero loving little boys and girls comes this adorable Spiderman themed afghan.

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American Flag

American Flag Via A Piece of Home - ...
I really wish I could work with yarn so I could create this wonderful blanket.

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More Stripes

More Stripes Via ABC Knitting Patterns - Lace ...
Thick stripes are just as much fun as thinner ones and create this really cool effect.

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Lots of Color

Lots of Color Via made: vintage fan ripple blanket ...
Don't be afraid to load your afghan up with color. That way it matches any surface you want to put it on. And it's so much fun to look at.

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Embrace the rainbow of possibilities when it comes to your creation. Bright hues and bold patterns can turn a simple afghan into a vibrant statement piece that injects life and energy into any room. Experiment with different color combinations that reflect your personality or mimic the changing seasons. Whether draped over a sofa or nestled on your favorite chair, a colorful afghan can be the perfect way to refresh your living space with flair and creativity. Remember, more color equals more joy in every stitch!

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Matelassé Crochet Afghan Pattern

Matelassé Crochet Afghan Pattern Via Matelassé Crochet Afghan Pattern Collection-Etsy
Isn't this one of the most beautiful afghans you've ever seen?

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Nursery Afghan

Nursery Afghan Via Plymouth Yarn F013 Dreambaby DK ...
What an adorable little afghan to create for a baby on the way.

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Squares

Squares Via Stitch Sampler Afghan in Scraps ...
The pattern of squares is a great way to use up all the leftover yarn on the skeins you haven't finished. I love this!

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Red, White and Blue

Red, White and Blue Via Let Freedom Ring
This patriotic afghan would be a great gift for anyone on your list.

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Expertly crafted with a harmonious blend of crimson red, creamy white, and deep blue yarns, this afghan exudes an air of steadfast warmth. The iconic colors come together in a beautiful symphony of stripes and stars, reminiscent of an American flag billowing in a noble breeze. Whether you're nestled on the porch swing during a cool summer evening or wrapped up by the fireplace in winter, this blanket will not only keep you cozy but also fill you with a sense of national pride. It's a truly timeless piece that celebrates heritage and comfort in every stitch.

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Striped Colorful Bobble Stitch

Striped Colorful Bobble Stitch Via Striped Colorful Bobble Stitch Crochet ...
This is so cute! It has so much texture and color. I'd love to have this on my bed. How about you?

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Repeating Pattern

Repeating Pattern Via allfreecrochetafghanpatterns.com
This pattern is a bit more complicated, but the fact that it repeats ties the entire afghan together.

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Lacy Shell Afghan

Lacy Shell Afghan Via Lacy Shell Afghan
The yarn used to make this afghan is lightweight enough to be perfect for cool nights without making you too hot.

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Reversible

Reversible Via Sweetheart Ripple pattern by Kim ...
This stitch allows you to create a reversible quilt with waves on one side and hearts on the other.

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Baby Afghan

Baby Afghan This sweet little afghan would look great hanging over the side of your baby's crib.

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This Baby Afghan is an adorable addition to any nursery. It is made from soft, warm yarn that will keep your infant cozy. The pattern features a simple yet elegant design of intertwined cables. The finished size of the afghan is approximately 39 inches x 58 inches, making it the perfect size for a crib. It is easy to make and is suitable for beginners. This project is sure to be a hit with any new parent. With its beautiful colors and timeless design, this Baby Afghan is sure to be a treasured part of your baby's nursery.

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Peacock Afghan Pattern

Peacock Afghan Pattern Via Peacock Pretty Blanket pattern by ...
This is beautiful! An entire afghan that looks like a peacock's feather would be a sight to behold, don't you think?

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Square Blocks

Square Blocks Via Crochet Pattern Leaflet AMAZING STAR ...
The square blocks on this afghan are reminiscent of a quilt. It would look wonderful on a bed.

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Color Blocks

Color Blocks Via Items similar to Knit afghan ...
Here's another great example of how you can crochet or knit something that looks like a quilt.

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Orange and Grey

Orange and Grey Via 22 Quick and Easy Crochet ...
The colors that make up this quilt are so perfect!

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Ring Toss Afghan

Ring Toss Afghan Via Ringtoss Afghan pattern by Barbara ...
There are a lot of words to describe this beauty. Awesome, beautiful, stunning. What else can you add?

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Ribbon Afghan

Ribbon Afghan Via Gramma Rita's Crochet, Etc.: Afghan ...
I love how the colors all blend so wonderfully together.

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Tiny Pieces

Tiny Pieces Via Floral Fiesta Afghan
It would be a lot of work to get all these pieces connected together, but it would be so worth it.

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Ripple Pattern

Ripple Pattern Via Granny Ripple Afghan pattern by ...
This pattern is wonderful and I love the color combo.

Do you like the look of an afghan on your furniture? I still have one my grandma made for me before I was even born. They are so cozy and homey! Which one of these is your favorite?

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#22 is there a link for this.

Nearly all are crocheted. Guess I've gotta put down the knitting needles for awhile!

#22 Where do I get this pattern please.

Some seriously beautiful pieces. Agree Pat, time to pickup the crochet needles. I'm sometimes in conflict if I want to knit or crochet. Lol!

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