Tag: afghan square

Colorburst Afghan Square

Anyone who has purchased my patterns, or been around here for a while, will know that I love clusters. If you’re knew to my blog….I love clusters! I try to incorporate them into many of my patterns. So, when it came time for me to 

Flower Cluster Baby Afghan Set

It’s Wednesday! Usually my WIP is a secret, for fear that the recipient will see what I’m making, or even that it is for a publisher and I can’t show you. So, I was super excited when I realized that this week I can show 

Spider Stitch Afghan Square

My spider stitch tutorial is one of my most popular, so I thought I would actually create a pattern using that stitch.  The square was made for the Baker’s Dozen Group on Ravelry and is 12″ square. Finished Size:   12” square Materials Used: 3 oz. 

Wattle Stitch Afghan Square Free Crochet Pattern

Finished Size – approx. 12″ square Materials 2 oz. worsted weight yarn (I used Bernat Super value) “H” hook ch42Row 1:  (sc, ch1, dc) in 3rd ch from hook, skip next 2 chs, * (sc, ch1, dc) in next ch, skip next ch, repeat from * 

Beautiful Stained Glass Afghan Square

I have been so overwhelmed with half finished projects lately, that I decided my next afghan square needed to come from a pattern. I just don’t have the time to come up with my own right now. So, when I saw the “Stained Glass Afghan 

American Beauty Afghan Square Free Crochet Pattern

I decided I wanted to design a floral afghan square for the April M.O.M. in our Baker’s Dozen group on Ravelry.  I picked a rose, and added some leaves. It still wasn’t big enough, so I added some granny square rounds. Here is my free pattern. 

Mountain Ridges Textured Afghan Square Free Crochet Pattern

I love textured stitches, especially post stitches.  It can add so much depth to your project.  So, for this months square I decided to see what kind of design I could come up with using post stitches.  This square went to the March M.O.M. for 

Moss Stitch 12″ Afghan Square – Free Crochet Pattern

Two days ago I posted about finding a stitch combo that looked like the knit moss stitch.  And, as promised, here is a free pattern for you to try it out.  I made it as an afghan square, but you could easily use it as 

Basketweave Afghan Square Crochet Pattern

I love the basketweave stitch.  It is so versatile and can be adjusted to be bigger or smaller weaves.  I had to make a 12″ afghan square for my Baker’s Dozen group on Ravelry, so I decided to make one using the basket weave stitch. 

8-Petal Flower Afghan Square

A while back I was part of the Baker’s Dozen group on Ravelry.  Every month we would make a square to send to the M.O.M. (Member Of the Month).  October’s MOM said she wanted a square that had meaning to the giver, color didn’t matter.  This