Circle of Love Afghan

Circle of Love Afghan

Surround yourself with love! The Circle of Love Afghan is a beautiful red and white circular afghan with little red hearts all over it. Make this crocheted afghan with love and give it to someone extra special. Use this free crochet pattern to celebrate Valentine's Day, or you could even make it in honor of American Heart Month, which is every February. A few different shades of red are needed to complete this crocheted afghan. The circle shape makes it extra fun to crochet. Grab a few skeins of worsted weight yarn and get to work on this unique afghan today.

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I normally shy away from most afghans but this is just spectacular! This throw has several things going for it, the least of all being a Moogly Blog project. Its also available to print out or downloadable. There arent any photos but the pattern is so easy and repetitive that the finished project photo is enough to guide you. If youve never worked anything by this creative designer, dont be afraid to start with this!

I'm going to try this in shades of green. My boss lost his 10 year old daughter to a brain aneurysm in October, and she loved hearts and the color green. She was also an organ donor, and the color for organ donation is green! I'm going to attempt this and if it turns out I'll give it to them.

I can not get the pattern to download, how did you get the pattern?

Hi cj, To access the pattern, simply click on the link above that says Click Here for Crochet Pattern. Then just scroll down a bit until you see the pattern text. Hope that helps! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

What a lovely tribute. We lost our eldest son in an accident many years ago, and it gave us a lot of comfort to know he was an organ donor.

I've always liked the look of circular afghans, but I've been too intimidated to try making one. This looks really straightforward, though! Can't wait to try it.


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