12 Seasonal Crochet Afghan Patterns to Crochet a Year of Afghans

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Crochet Afghans 12 Seasonal Afghan Patterns to Crochet for a Year of Afghans

A Year of Afghans 12 Season Afghans to Crochet
A Year of Afghans 12 Season Afghans to Crochet

Crochet afghans for every month of the year with these fun crochet patterns!  These easy to crochet afghan patterns can be made with your favorite colors of worsted weight yarn and the right crochet hook for the pattern. Make an afghan for January featuring Espresso Textures, February includes Hearts aplenty, March is filled with Colorful Breezes, April provides us with the Granny Plaid Afghan, May is springing up Daisies, June has Interlocking Rings, July gives us a Patriotic Ripple afghan with gold stars, August has us crocheting a Spice Garden, September is filled with Gingham Dreams afghan, October features a Halloween afghan to crochet, November provides us with an Autumn Leaves afghan, and December is giving us a Christmas Bouquet afghan to crochet.

Greet you favorite month with each one of these 12 Seasonal Throws to Crochet and make one for your favorite time of year.  Most are easy skill and require medium weight worsted yarn.  These afghans can keep you warm all year round and make easy gifts to crochet for family and friends.  There’s a variety of patterns from florals to checks, stripes, and hearts to crochet. Plus each pattern is detailed with beautiful photos to help you create your unique crochet afghan for any season of the year.  12 Crochet afghan pattern to make.  Get started with your next project for the year!

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Some of our favorite seasonal afghans can be crocheted in A Year of Afghans Book 17

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