Afghans

Find knitting afghan patterns, including knit ripple afghans, granny square knit afghans and more.


Richmond Graphic Blanket

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The blanket is comprised of four rectangles, each bisected into a black and a white triangle, created by a simple intarsia technique. Using increases and decreases along the diagonal, you get a nice smooth line at the color change. The blanket is worked in two pieces for ease of handling, and these are sewn together at the end. It’s knit in a cozy bulky weight yarn for the maximum in warmth.

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Winter Garden Gate Throw

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This throw is inspired by the twisted lines and spirals of wrought iron ornamental work often found in garden gates. Knit in one piece with a moss stitch border, cables galore, and in a super soft yarn, this is the throw you’ll enjoy spending time on.

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Block Party Afghan

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This beautiful afghan is worked in different colored blocks in the garter stitch. The joining of the blocks creates the eye-pleasing effect of this lovely design. Since each block is worked separately, it is a perfect project for on the go.

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Summer Reading Blankie

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This is a knit take on the classic Zig Zag Crochet afghan that’s a perfect cozy blanket for air-conditioned days. Two coordinating colors are enhanced by narrow sections of white reverse stockinette stitch.

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Flower Ring Throw

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Whip up this throw in no time using a bulky weight yarn. This throw is knit from the center out and incorporates several different patterns. Try working each section in a different color for a more colorful piece!

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Purple Seaside Blanket

Purple Seaside Blanket

Blankets are always a hit, especially in the winter when the cold weather makes them a necessity. The Purple Seaside Blanket features a seamless square pattern in a soothing grey with pops of warmer, bold colors that will definitely warm up any room.

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Faux Modular Afghan

Faux Modular Afghan

This striking throw seems much more complicated than it really is, but the secret is in a simple stranded stitch pattern which looks different on each side. Worked up in one piece, this afghan is the perfect accent piece for any couch.

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