20 Snuggly Knit Afghan Patterns


20 Snuggly Knit Afghan Patterns

Knit blanket patterns to make every room of your home cozy and beautiful!


Knit Afghan Patterns

There's a reason why knit afghan patterns are such popular patterns among knitters: afghans are perfect for snuggling up in and they also make great decorations. In addition, if you're knitting them by the square, homemade afghans are also an excellent opportunity for learning new stitches and putting them together. 

No matter how you decide to use these 20 Knit Afghan Patterns — whether you prefer to curl up in a cozy knit blanket while reading a book by the fire or if you opt to drape it delicately over the sofa for a pop of color—you'll love the rewarding sense of accomplishment you feel after you finish your first blanket. If knitting for beginners is best for you or you are a seasoned pro, you will be able to choose from the selection of quality knit afghan patterns in the exciting round up below.

BONUS! If you want to make an extra large, extra cozy blanket, check out the video below to learn how to knit using super bulky needles.

Retro Vintage Afghans

Petal Drops Afghan

These knit afghan patterns are just the thing for those who crave all things vintage. The Petal Drops Afghan holds a certain elegance you won't find in many modern-day patterns, with raised petal designs and a great fringe border. 

Add a timeless quality to your home by throwing one of these knit afghans over the back of your couch. Working on one of these knit afghan patterns is sure to be a rewarding experience. It will take you back to days past, when the world was a different place. Vintage knitting patterns are always fun to create and use!

Scrap Busting Knit Afghan Patterns

10 Hour Afghan Pattern

Using up scraps in knit afghan patterns is one of my favorite ways to recycle yarn. You can create the messy, yet stylish, 10 Hour Afghan in only a few hours. You'll be snuggling up under its warmth, which a much smaller yarn stash, in no time.

These knit afghan patterns serve the dual purpose of keeping your stash under control and adding lots of attractive colors to your home. These are some of the coziest blankets you'll find, and you will be proud of how your hard work pays off!

Other Great Knit Afghan Patterns

Knit Lace Afghan

No matter which one of these lovely knit afghan patterns you choose to knit, rest assured that you'll be creating a beautiful addition to your home.  Place these on your bed for added warmth and color, or put them on your couch for ultimate TV cuddling. These knit blanket patterns will not go unused. 

With a variety of styles to choose from, these knit afghan patterns are sure to be a great way to add a subtle element of decoration to your home. From lace knitting patterns to granny square look-alikes, you will find something to grace your home with beauty.

Grab your needles and cast on now!

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Reading over all of the comments on this post, I am both amused and amazed at how many people dont understand how to click the direct links to the free patterns and then either printing the pattern or saving it as a PDF. This is an awesome collection of afghans and definitely one to keep bookmarked.

Knitting blankets is my new favorite thing to do. I'm going to have to bookmark some of these!

Autoplay videos are completely inconsiderate!

Not sure if you are accessing via a computer or a phone, but either way you should find in the settings a way to disable auto play of videos.

This came with my all free crochet newsletter but all the afghan patterns are knitted. What's up with that?

Probably just an error. Was this a one time thing or has it been happening on a regular basis? Be sure to log in to your account of adjust your email preferences if necessary.

Not sure why so many think they cannot get this pattern, but here is the link to the blue and white afghan: http://www.freevintageknitting.com/afghan-patterns/columbia-minerva-742/blue-and-white-afghan

How do I get the Blue and White Afgan pattern downloaded to my e-mail ???

You cannot get it downloaded via your email, but you should be able to click the direct link to the pattern page and either print or save it to your computer as a pdf.

I am not a beginner, all I wanted was to get the free patterns. Please take me off you news letter! Disappointed in your advertisement!

You will need to log in to your account and in the preferences uncheck which newsletters you want to be removed from.

@ slb109 8708013, All you need to do is click on the green underlined links and they will take you to the pattern instructions. Go to the page and highlight the text, then right-click on it. You'll get a window that gives you the option to "copy." Do that, and then paste the text into a word document. You should be able print that document that way. Hope this helps! --The editors of AllFreeKnitting

I can't see how to print any paterns free. Where do I click

Hi Betty - This is an online collection of 9 knit afghan patterns. You do not need to order anything. To access any of the 9 free patterns, simple click on the green underlined links and they will take you to the pattern instructions. I hope this helps! -The editors of AllFreeKnitting

I want to order 9 knit Aaqfghan Patterns 3 more patterns. Can find no way to do it. Can you help me out and tell me how? Betty Doidge

Hi sgarrett45 8191768 - You do not need a subscription to print any of the patterns on AllFreeKnitting. Simply click on the pattern you are interested in and it will take you to that pattern page. There you will find a link that will take you to the actual pattern that you can then print out. Was there a particular pattern that you were having trouble with? -The editors of AllFreeKnitting

I thought I would be able to print out the patterns, but I see that I have to order and start a subscription. This ad was very misleading and I am really disappointed.

That is not true, where are you all getting these ideas? Here's the link to the blue and white afghan: http://www.freevintageknitting.com/afghan-patterns/columbia-minerva-742/blue-and-white-afghan

This is a year later...however you do not need a subscription or buy anything....these patterns are free. Just follow the instructions on how to get them. It's basically clicking on the pattern and copy and paste.


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