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Category: Motif Afghans
Show your Canadian pride with a Maple Leaf Afghan. This free crochet afghan looks great and is anything but traditional. It's perfect for curling up on a cold night. This afghan also looks great when displayed as wall decor.
This Mardi Gras Afghan may be a basic granny square pattern, but its beauty is not basic. Made with bright festive colors that recall the celebration of Mardi Gras, this lovely blanket will be admired by all who visit your home.
The gorgeous embroidered flowers make this Marie Antoinette Afghan truly fit for a Queen! Doesn't this crocheted afghan look like something straight from her living room? The pattern is made with cross-stitch embroidery that's worked over the wide crocheted strips.
This pretty Marigold Star Throw is fun to look at and even more fun to crochet. This intermediate level crochet afghan pattern uses worsted weight yarn and a size K crochet hook.
Hexagon crochet motifs are popular, but have you tried Octagon motifs? The Oceanic Octagon Motif is a pretty and pleasing crochet motif to try. The center is a crocheted circle which then branches out into the eight sides creating the octagon. If crocheted in red, this crochet motif will look like a stop sign which could make a fun afghan for a little boy.
Girly girls will love this adorable crocheted pattern. Drape a Pretty Rose Twists Afghan over a couch and transform your space! This afghan uses rose and white motifs to create a beautiful look.
The colors used in this Stained Glass Motif afghan are reminiscent of a classic stained glass window. Add an instant splash of color to any room of your house with this beautiful crocheted afghan. It is perfect for any season of the year!
Create a sophisticated easy crochet pattern. Day or night, this Star Bright Afghan is a fantastic piece that adds beauty to your home decor.
The Vintage Vibe Crochet Hexagon Afghan reminds us of the nostalgic granny square afghans of the past. Learn how to crochet this pattern in three easy rounds of crochet. Alternate the colors in different ways each time you crochet one of these hexagons to achieve this same vintage vibe. The best part is that you can connect these crochet hexagons with the join-as-you-go method.