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Free Crochet Pattern: Granny with Radiant Stripes

It’s fun browsing around and discovering something that I must have missed when it first came out. These are definitely my colors. I love the aqua, blue and tan. I also fell in love with a project on Ravelry made in aqua, navy and gray. Really striking! This project is made in five strips. You […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Gingham Garden Afghan

Wow, isn’t this stunning?! This throw is designed by Carol Alexander. I’ve known Carol for 20 years. She and her good friend, Brenda Stratton, were the driving force behind my “learning the ropes” of writing crochet patterns for books and magazines and they introduced me to turning my hobby into a career. Carol Alexander was […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Kumasi Throw

Here is a lovely design by Edie Eckman. This style of random stitch patterns with random colors and sizes of squares is so popular. What a fun project to do this winter! This was designed with a yarn called Naturally Caron Country, which has been discontinued. It was a merino/acrylic blend available in 3-ounce skeins […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Augustine Chunky Throw Blanket

It’s just wonderful to add a new designer to the fold here at Make It Crochet! Michele Costa is the designer/creator at Stitch & Hustle. Love that name! Today’s crochet beauty is the Augustine Chunky Throw Blanket. It’s fabulous and squishy and soft. It’s the perfect combination for today’s modern decor. Michele started with some […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: C2C Diagonal Lace Afghan

I know how much you all love the C2C afghan. Many of you don’t realize that C2C (corner-to-corner) isn’t a stitch pattern; it’s a direction of work. The stitch pattern you see so much is the crazy stitch, also sometimes called box stitch or block stitch or any number of other stitch names. You simply […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Plaid Christmas Blanket

Oh, this is fun! This is one of those projects that looks a lot more difficult than it is. You will love it! You are going to start your project with a mesh background. This really couldn’t be easier. You simply “double crochet, chain 1, skip 1” for the entire afghan. Even without the plaid […] Read more…

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