[Free Pattern] The Easiest Solid Color Crochet Afghan Ever!

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This afghan is simply beautiful! The Easiest Afghan Ever by Kristine Underwood is not only a gorgeous afghan pattern, but it also creates a functional and sturdy, and warm texture. The relaxing mindlessness of repeating the same stitch over and over and creating such a beautiful single crochet afghan appeals to many of those looking for a simple and easy blanket crochet pattern. With a classic look in the solid color and a very simple pattern to follow, this afghan pattern will soon turn into one of your favorites ever!


The Easiest Solid Color Crochet Afghan Free Pattern

It took me just about 3 weeks to complete this afghan and I used approximately 3-1/2 pounds of white yarn.


[Free Pattern] The Easiest Solid Color Crochet Afghan Ever!
Via Kristine In Between
Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Kristine In Between

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20 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] The Easiest Solid Color Crochet Afghan Ever!”

  1. Dear Kristine
    I love your web site and i came across a pattern but i cannot find the pattern it is the easiest afghan ever. I have broken my arm severely, and i have had 3 surgeries and as part of my healing the Dr suggests that i do knitting or crochet. I would be very grateful if you could direct me on how to get the pattern so i could try this pattern out i have some very basic crochet skills and i would like to do this blanket for 2 new grandchildren one who was born on AUG29,2016 and one who is due in November thanks so much for your help Sincerely Joanne Bachynski

    1. Hi Joanne, please click the name of the pattern: “Easiest Afghan Ever”to get to the pattern’s page.Hope this helps! Congratulations on your grand kids :-)!

  2. The links to this blanket do not work unfortunately. The web page work but noon of the links to “PIN” the blanket or open any instructions anywhere. Is there a way to fix the links?

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