Lovely Afghans in Bright Colors – Free Crochet Patterns

Hello there, lovely people! How is your summer going? If you have no plans for the following weeks, we have got you covered. You won’t believe the crochet afghan patterns we have found, without a doubt. Yes, these Lovely Afghans in Bright Colors are everything! Have you ever taken part in any event organized in the online community of crafters? If you haven’t, grab your hooks and join the awesome community of crochet-along lovers ASAP! The two authors we want you to meet today designed beautiful adventures for all of us. We are so grateful! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!



If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Polka Dot Blankets and Baby Rattles.

On the Horizon CAL Free Crochet Pattern

Hypnotizing squares and girly colors. What a lovely combination, right? We are certainly into it! These candy pink shades will make the hearts of modern princesses beat faster. You can follow the original color scheme by Crochet Sanity Sanctuary or come up with something new. So exciting, isn’t it?

Level: intermediate Author: Crochet Sanity Sanctuary

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

Better Together Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

What a stunning combination of stitches! Jeanne Steinhilber and Michael Sellick are such wonderful artists, evidently. If you are looking for a summer challenge, this pattern is certainly a must-have in your repertoire. What colors will you go for? Crochet patterns for afghans are rarely that intricate!

Level: intermediate Author: Jeanne Steinhilber and Michael Sellick

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

Calming Comfort Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

We certainly feel much calmer! And much more inspired to crochet beautiful afghans, obviously. Jeanne Steinhilber has released one more wonderful pattern for us to try. Will you add it to your to-try list? It is so worth the effort!

Level: intermediate Author: Jeanne Steinhilber

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

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