Eye-Catching Afghan Square Free Crochet Patterns

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Explore today’s collection of patterns for Eye-Catching Afghan Squares in order to expand your library of inspiring, multi-use designs! These beauties can be a decoration on their own or become a central point of a beautiful afghan. Structural or not, colorful or pastel… There are many options to choose from here. Get inspired by the exemplary patterns we have found a start your own creative journey. After all, summer is the time for creativity, right? Obviously! Different styles, different color palettes, brilliant authors. Doesn’t it sound super exciting? We surely think so! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Summer Charm Squares and Mandalas.

Textural crochet afghan block free patterns

Fancy squishy square

If you’re into pinwheel-inspired crochet squares, this design by Fran Mori will blow your mind. The simple circular center is an entryway to the complex textural pattern. This pattern is definitely a challenge but you’ll learn everything you need with the help of a video tutorial.

Level: intermediate Author: Fran Mori

photos by Fran Mori / ravelry.com

Find the free tutorial on youtube.com, or read more on ravelry.com.


Shapeshifter Square

Pia’s afghan block design incorporates all basic geometrical shapes – a triangle in the center, then a circle, and a square. You can play with the textural elements of this project by using colors to enhance particular parts. Will this block be a start of your new project?

Level: upper beginner Author: Pia Thadani

photos by Pia Thadani / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on stitchesnscraps.com, or read more on ravelry.com.


Albuquerque Square

What an unusual combination of colors and shapes! Aren’t you hypnotized? If you are looking for something truly one of a kind, this afghan square by Jessica Wifall will certainly be of interest to you! Wouldn’t it make your patio look even better? Without a doubt!

Level: intermediate Author: Jessica Wifall

Afghan Square

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.

Joy Trellis Square

Simple but stunning, isn’t it? The little floral center always works in afghan squares! Multiuse and super charming, this square designed by Joanita Theron deserves a place in your collection. What colors will you go for this time? Are you a fan of neutrals?

Level: upper beginner Author: Joanita Theron

Crocheted Square

The original pattern and the photos are on the Creative Crochet Workshop. More info on Ravelry.

Eye of the Beholder

This wonder by Joanne Jones is an absolutely beautiful piece with a circular center. Aren’t you already excited about all the possible color combinations? We are! The mix of violet, yellow, and cream in the photo below is so attractive. Will you go this way?

Level: intermediate Author: Joanne Jones

Crocheted Square

The original pattern is on Ravelry. More info on this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

Jenga the Sled Dog Square

Post stitches, shells, and floral center. What a wonderful combination! If you are looking for the ultimate classic in the world of flower-based afghan squares, this pattern by Beth Western is just the thing for you. Aren’t you so into the pastels on the photo below? We are! They’re so delightful!

Level: intermediate Author: Beth Western

Crocheted Square

The original pattern is on Ravelry. More info on this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

Flower Trellis Square

What do you love the most about this square? Have the colors conquered your heart? Or maybe the floral motifs are making your soul sing? If you are planning to start working on a new afghan, you should certainly incorporate this square by Carolyn Calderon in your project.

Level: upper beginner Author: Carolyn Calderon

Flower Crochet Square

The original pattern and the photos are on The Purple Poncho. More info on Ravelry.


A precious crochet square pattern by Black Sheep Creations! Whether you would like to use it to spice up your single-color blanket or construct a hypnotizing bedspread, the final effect will surely be amazing. Pick the colors wisely!

Level: intermediate Author: Black Sheep Creations

Crochet Square

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.

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