Beautiful and eye-catching crocheted afghan patterns, now a days, play a great part in home decor ideas. Different items of daily use at home are also made with crocheting. These items may include bed sets, Table covers, baby blankets, hats and many others. There are thousands of inspiring ideas for crocheted afghans which are also available online to help crocheting lovers. You can either crochet an afghan baby blanket or a beautiful shawl for your mother this winter. There are number of websites which, through video tutorials, help a great deal to the crochet lovers so, no matter, if you are looking for basic afghan patterns or advanced ones a complete guideline and help is available online for your help.

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This beautiful crocheted afghan is perfect for the children. The color combination is very beautiful and mostly light colors are used in this design. The yellow horse is a cute design on this afghan. This 360 granny square pattern afghan is perfect to give you a timeless feeling of warmth and comfort.

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I recently finished this 360 granny square afghan for our 13th grandchild.  Beanie Yakel-Obermier

This crocheted star afghan is a display of excellent crocheting skills. This multi-colored star afghan has a real vibrant look. This will surely be a splendid addition in to your home decor stuff. This crocheted star afghan is a great item if  you are still wondering what to gift your best friend or close relatives on their special occasion. Go ahead with this and be appreciated for your unique choice!

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This is my completed star Afghan  Lisa Dawn Goldsbury

This bed cover is another demonstration of excellent crocheting skills. The very first look of this gives a feeling of  coziness and comfort. Color combination is very decent and red color is giving it a velvety look. Caron Cakes Yarn is used perfectly to crochet this beautiful pattern. I just remember my favorite velvet chocolate while looking at this yummy crocheted pattern.

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We are looking for ideas for a name for my latest afghan. It’s using Caron Cakes Yarn… the colour is Red Velvet. I don’t want to name it the same thing as the ball color. I need something that it so simple that people remember that name? Any thoughts?
I am looking to launch this pattern possibly by Sunday. Pattern and tutorial will be free, of course.  The Crochet Crowd

Wendy N Larry Wells has done a super cool crochet work to make this afghan. This afghan has bright, vibrant colors and the patter is also equally ey-catching and graceful. The afghan has been rightly named as a Lakeside Afghan because of its color combination and pattern. 

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Afghan I just finished. I love it. Can’t find a link to the pattern. It was in Crochet World magazine easy afghans “Lakeside Afghan“. I tried to take a pic of the pattern for anyone who was interested.  Wendy N Larry Wells

 

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Finally finished my sparkly fairy afghan. Has taken a couple of months. Quite pleased with it.  Kendra Cohen

 

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Created & Shared by:  Deanna Causey

 

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Created & Shared by:  Renee Rupp

 

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Created & Shared by:  Tara Barsley

 

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Finish my virus afghan, love doing this pattern. Used Caron Cakes, Key Lime. I absolutely love this yarn.  Donna Coombes

 

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Afghan I made for bed in our cabin.  Sarah Urfer Heck Grice

 

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Afghan for my husband for veterans day.  Mary Menice Szydlowski

 

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Afghan I just finished.  Karen Foltz

 

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I started crocheting back when I was a teenager and really never learned to read patterns. The most I could do was afghans. It was this year on my bucket list that I decided to learn other things with the help of this website and the tutorials. I have recently finished two crochet patterns which I absolutely love.  Deb Brown

 

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Just wanted to share my finished afghan. I have procrastinated about finishing this for many years, but finally finished! Catherdral Rose Window Afghan purchased at Mary Maxims in Port Huron Mi. It is pictured on my Double sized bedLinda L Beaudry-Duncan

 

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Created & Shared by:  Ruth Fortescue

 

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Finished my Scrap Afghan.  I used 2 Caron One pounders of Cape Cod Blue through out and another strand of scrap yarn for 2 rows of each color. Chained 100 and used Half double crochet stitchTina Hill

 

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Created & Shared by:  Cheryl Phillips-Shatto