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Easy Crochet Angel Cloud Afghan

Updated February 23, 2019
Easy Crochet Angel Cloud Afghan
Easy Crochet Angel Cloud Afghan
This image courtesy of primecp.com

Cuddle with a cloud when you work up this warm and fluffy crochet blanket pattern, crocheted with a super soft yarn. This free crochet pattern is crocheted up with bulky yarn, making it a fast project that you can make in one afternoon. Check out the full tutorial for step-by-step instructions and photos.
From the Designer: "This afghan is crocheted using a granny ripple pattern with Lion Brand Homespun Thick and Quick yarn. Its super make up a thick luxurious blanket!"

Easy

Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Finished Size57

Materials List

  • Lion Brand Homespun Thick and Quick in color Dove
  • 9mm crochet hook
  • yarn needle
  • scissors
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I like that angel cloud afghan. It looks so immaculate and very soft. The stitches used look so easy to do. Since I'm crazy about whites, ecrus, and off-whites, then this is really beautiful to me.

Wow! I'm sooo excited! My mom has given me several nice-sized crocheted afghans in the past that she has made. Now I think I'd like to make one up for her! Since this one is labeled "easy" it should make up easily for me. I've never worked with the heavier yarns and I welcome the newness. I think the Granite Stripes color would fit well with her decor! Thanks for the free pattern!

can hardly wait to start!

I am really considering making this afghan in a dark hue instead of the off white shown here by the designer. I know the pattern name is angle cloud and lends itself to be "light" but my dear husband is not the neatest man in the world. I think a darker color will hide those spills better.

What a well written pattern. Everything is explained and shown in pictures. I like the detailed instructions. Plus it's so pretty. I know it will be soft, having used this before. I think I will make it just a tad smaller to fit a crib for a friends baby who is due in October in a cold climate. I may make one for myself but it would just be for a house decoration as I live in Florida so I really wouldn't use it. Thanks for sharing.

This Angel Cloud Afghan is just stunning thank you for the pattern! It looks so soft and cuddly warm that I simply have to make it for our upcoming winter here in Southern Africa. A close friend has a birthday coming up soon so I will probably be making one for her too because, like me, she can also never have too many afghans, lol. The pattern seems really easy too and with chunky yarn and a 9mm hook it should not take very long at all too make.

I guess the type of yarn used here is what gives this afghan its soft to the touch appearance. Anything "granny" is one of my favorites. I think I will place this one on my to-do-list. Thanks for the detailed pictures that you provided in the directions.

Very pretty afghan and the instructions for this easy crochet angel cloud afghan look easy enough because of all of the great step-by-step picture instructions. I am just wondering if this yarn is difficult to work with. I have worked with a similar yarn and it was almost impossible to work with.

this is so cute!

Hello, cozy! I want to snuggle up with this afghan. Adding to my list!

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