Afghans

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


Stadium Lapghan

It only takes 16 large squares to make this easy, striped lapghan! The self-striping yarn changes color on its own so you won’t have loose ends for each new stripe. If you’re a fan of a different team, there are other color options to choose from. Designed by Julie Hines.

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Mirage Blanket

Inspired by the colors of the desert and geometric shapes, this beautiful throw is the perfect accessory for at home or on the go. Wrap up on chilly nights or sit on the grass and have a picnic. Using basic colorwork skills and knit back and forth, this pattern is sure to be a fun knit.

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Bonfire Plaid Blanket

Don’t be intimidated by a bold, plaid pattern! This Bonfire Plaid Blanket is surprisingly simple to create. Using an easy rectangular shape, watch as slip stitches and horizontal garter stripes come together to create a delightful plaid pattern right before your eyes.

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Winter Garden Gate Throw

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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Arizona Afghan

Channel a southwestern style with this bold afghan. Treat yourself to a single-panel afghan that emulates traditional desert design while you learn to work up this clever combination of linen stitch, stranded colorwork, slipped stitches and a dash of intarsia.

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Corinna Checker Blanket

Corinna is knit flat in two colors and finished off with a fabric backside to neatly hide any yarn strands on the wrong side of the work. Complete with an I-cord edges with a clean finish, the end result is a cozy blanket destined to be a classic piece to add to your reading chair.

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Illusion Knitting Blanket

The illusion knitting method (or shadow knitting) is based on alternate double rows in two colors. The motif is formed in color 1 by the change from garter to stockinette stitch (and vice versa in color 2). The relief structure this creates is only visible when viewed from an angle.

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