Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Afghan Free Patterns

Colder weather always makes us think of warmer projects. I have started searching for some afghan patterns to share.


Angular Granny Throw

Autumn Evening

Autumn Log Cabin Throw

Blue Ridge Throw

Blushing Grannies

Bright Nights

Butterfly Throw

Building Blocks Throw (Lego Inspired)

Carousel Throw

Crayon Ripple

Crochet Pattern Central

French Country Throw

Graphic Grannies

Heirlooms Stitch Throw

Kaleidoscope Afghan

Medallion Circular Throw

Our House Quilt

Pennsylvania Dutch


Post Stitch Throw

Purple Kitty Scroll Down


Rectangle Granny Square

Rainy Day Ripple Throw

Rosebud Throw

Round Ripple 12 Point

Round Ripple Bedspread Queen Size

Skipping Stones Circular Afghan

Spectrum Throw

Spider and Cobwebs Throw

Swirling Fans Throw

Wavy Blanket Scroll Down


Winter Skies Throw


Greek Key

Knitting Pattern Central

Nature's Inspiration

Northern Motifs

NYC Skyline

Plum Mosaic

Purple Kitty Scroll Down

Scrapper's Stripe Afghan


Simple Afghan

Check out the Holiday Blogs and Special Event Blogs for More Patterns:

Baby Blankets




Toy Themed Afghans


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Unknown said...

I would please like to have the pattern: the cat heads afghan. My email address is lanctotdr@gmail.com. Please let me know how I can get this pattern.
Thank you so very much
Diana Lanctôt

Sheltie Times said...

If you are talking about the cats head afghan project I posted about, I got the pattern from November/December 1997 Hooked on Crochet magazine. I mentioned that in the posting I did about the project.

Sheltie Times said...

I'm not sure what you mean by it's not available anymore. I've never seen a digital copy of the pattern, but if it did exist and it is now gone that isn't how I got the pattern to begin with and you can still find it, but it requires searching and a willingness to pay for the pattern. I got the pattern from an old magazine listed above. My suggestion is you search sites that sell old crochet magazines to find it. That is how I found it and made it originally. I was not a crocheter in 1997. However people do frequently sell out of print patterns and magazines if you search for them.

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