These free crochet patterns for Heart Afghan Squares deserve a place in your library, without a doubt! We know that we are nowhere near Valentine’s Day’s craze, but we strongly believe that love sharing is a full-time job and it needs to be done all year round. If you want to learn interesting new techniques and make yourself a heart-covered accessory, these brilliant designers have got you covered, undoubtedly. Follow their lead! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on our Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’ Afghan Square
Do you agree with this beautiful saying? We certainly do! It has inspired Wilma Westenberg, the author we all know and adore, to create another heart-warming design. Will it inspire you to make an afghan that will keep you comfy during chilly spring evenings?
Level: intermediate Author: Wilma Westenberg
Snuggled Hearts CAL
Follow all parts of this crochet-along and make your own version of this beautiful design. Snuggled Hearts CAL is a structural blanket made with squares, in which the star-like center slowly evolves into more complicated rows of decorative stitches. Use a delicate pastel palette or go for something more vivid!
Level: intermediate Author: Joanita Theron
Do you feel love at the beginning of January? With this awesome pattern in your library, you certainly will! And so will the person you gift a handmade afghan to, obviously! You can experiment with colors and sizes here. Sky is the limit! Oh, we love heart afghan squares with free crochet patterns.
Level: intermediate Author: Ineke Mooijenkind
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.
Hearts & Love Granny Square
What a delightful idea for granny squares! If you have been a part of the online community of crocheters for some time now, you are surely familiar with the work of Raffaella Tassoni. Will you use these cute squares for your next blanket?
Level: upper beginner Author: Raffaella Tassoni
Stitch-a-thon Square 7 – Heart
The season for hearts is close! If you are planning to crochet an afghan for a loved one in February, you certainly need this pattern by Lee Sartori from Coco Crochet Lee. Do you know what colors you need to use to win this special person’s heart?
Level: upper beginner Author: Lee Sartori