Quick and Easy Afghan Pattern


Quick and Easy Afghan Pattern

Quick and Easy Afghan Pattern
Quick and Easy Afghan Pattern

If you are looking for a pattern to try and crochet your first afghan with this Quick and Easy Afghan Pattern is a great place to start. Like its name, this is a fantastically quick and easy afghan pattern that you can put together without very much thought or instructions.

As an extra bonus for visual learners, the video tutorial makes this a truly great crochet pattern for beginners because it shows you exactly how you can crochet this afghan. Try this crochet afghan pattern today and fall in love with it! 

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Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook, N/15 or 10 mm hook

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

Finished Size48 x 60”

Materials List

  • 10 skeins of yarn | Featured in this Video: Premier Yarns

    Deborah Norville Serenity Chunky 100% acrylic Bulky #5 yarn - shade Red Ochre
  • Crochet hook

Quick and Easy Afghan Pattern

To adjust the width with this yarn or substitute yarn, chain to desired measurement. This includes a different weight yarn, such as a weight #4.
To adjust length, continue pattern until desired measurement.

Easy Afghan Pattern

Tip: The beginning ch 3 will be the first dc.

  1. Chain 82.

  2. Row 1: Dc in the 4th chain from the hook and in each chain across. (80 sts)

  3. Rows 2: Ch 3, turn; dc in each stitch.

  4. Repeat Row 2 until desired length.

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I'm working on the Bernats Bricks afghan but I don't like how only one side is pretty so I'm contemplating pulling it all out and starting this pattern.

When they say easy afghan, they sure mean easy afghan! It is all double crochets. That's it. A beginner who wants to spend the time and make something more substantial can work on this for a couple weeks. Work on your gauge and your turning chains. Feel good when you finish it!

I would always see this pattern but did not give it a second look but now that I've seen the stitches, I became interested because they are very easy to do. Can't wait to do this project in another exciting solid color.

This is such a simple afghan but the kind that would look wonderful in anyone's home. It would make a great housewarming gift!

I just love afghan patterns that are cozy and snuggly looking just like this one. We have winter approaching very fast here in South Africa and are beginning to use our throws and afghans on the sofa while spending family time or watching TV. There is always room in our home for more afghans though (lol!) and this one is definitely going to be a welcome addition.


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