Amazing Afghan Blocks with Free Crochet Patterns

Whether you’re an experienced or beginner crafter, you will find these crochet patterns for Amazing Afghan Blocks inspiring. These colorful squares can be your stand-alone projects such as coasters or potholders. Also by adding another few rows of edging you can create a stunning cushion or a placemat. Beautiful afghans will be more challenging but also very satisfying. In addition, you can mix and match solid and multi-color blocks too. Definitely think of the effect you want to achieve and choose your combinations carefully. Moreover, these squares are a great opportunity to learn new stitches and be more creative. Check out these patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!



If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Cheery Tapestry Crochet Squares and Dazzling Mandalas.

Stop and Smell the Flowers Free Crochet Pattern

Although this square uses only basic stitches, you can surely create a beautiful design based on it. It has a great texture, and the center flower pops if you use a contrasting color. Marie Segares is so creative, isn’t she?

Level: beginner Author: Marie Segares

The original pattern and the photos are on Underground Crafter here. More info on Ravelry here.

Ariane Free Crochet Pattern

This afghan block looks like a fiery sunset! It will certainly change the character if you use different color combinations, so don’t hesitate to get creative with this one. Diana Krenz is known for her wonderful talent!

Level: intermediate Author: Diana Krenz

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here

Bubble Fins Square Free Crochet Pattern

There is a variety of textures in this design, evidently. We can’t stop admiring it! You can show them all off by using a single color as well as making each row different. Felling a bit lost? Follow the instructions by Teresa Lynn!

Level: upper beginner Author: Teresa Lynn

The original pattern is on Ravelry here. Info about this version by Bjornsen and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Lola Bean Free Crochet Pattern

Another happy block with variety of textures. Such flowery design will definitely be a great addition to a bigger project.

Level: upper beginner Author: Shelby Shea

The original pattern is on Ravelry here. Info about this version by melama02 and the photos are on Ravelry here

High Tea Floral Block Crochet Pattern

If you feel creative and are a pretty experienced crocheter, this paid pattern will be such a joy to make, without a doubt. Its intricate design will certainly delight everyone and bring big smiles to their faces. Jen Tyler rocks!

Level: intermediate/advanced Author: Jen Tyler

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Iris Twins Afghan Block Square Free Crochet Pattern

Oh, wow! We love this one so much! It`s an intricate but also delicate design for seasoned crocheters. Changing for darker colors will certainly alter its character. Margaret MacInnis will show you how to create some magic.

Level: advanced Author: Margaret MacInnis

The original pattern is on Ravelry here. Info about this version by adowney and the photos are on Ravelry here

Simbelmynë Free Crochet Pattern

You will certainly enjoy making this square because it`s easy and quick to crochet. This cheerful design looks like a kaleidoscope with symmetrical patterns and different colors. Polly Plum never fails us, undoubtedly!

Level: beginner Author: Polly Plum

The original pattern and the photos are on Every Trick on the Hook here. More info on Ravelry here

Goose Meadow Block Square Crochet Pattern

This inexpensive pattern will make a delightful stand-alone project as well as a part of an afghan. It looks pretty in solid shades as well as in multi-color designs. Margaret MacInnis loves floral motifs, right? So do we!

Level: intermediate Author: Margaret MacInnis

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here

Encompass Me Afghan Square Free Crochet Pattern

This simple yet interesting design has a delicate texture. Chose your favorite color combination to create the desired effect. Sky is the limit here! Heather C Gibbs will show you how to mix and match colors. She is an artist!

Level: upper beginner Author: Heather C Gibbs | Keep Calm and Crochet On UK Blog

The original pattern and the photos are on Keep Calm and Crochet On U.K here. More info on Ravelry here.

 

Casablanca 12″ Square Free Crochet Pattern

An overlay technique creates dimensions and extra depth in this design by the one and only Maria Bittner. Using only two colors gives the square a vintage look. Is this the effect you are after? Get creative!

Level: intermediate Author: Maria Bittner

The original pattern and the photos are on Pattern Paradise here. More info on Ravelry here.

Roots the Square Free Crochet Pattern

This square design is spectacular! We love floral motifs in all shapes and forms, obviously, but this one is special! Both simple and very eye-catching, right? Master the pattern with Heidi Hovi. You will enjoy it so much!

Level: upper beginner Author: Heidi Hovi

The original pattern and the photos are on The Virkkuumania here. More info on Ravelry here.

Malachia Granny Square Free Crochet Pattern

Raffaella Tassoni never stops amazing us with her crochet patterns for squares! Isn’t this one breathtaking? We love how great it looks both in single shades and in multicolor. What project will you use this wonder for?

Level: intermediate Author: Raffaella Tassoni

The original pattern and the photos are on Raffamusa Designs here. More info on Ravelry here.

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