Afghans / Blankets / Throws

Fiesta Throw
Fun and light weight, this throw is small and cozy.  Meant to just drape over, it adds a touch of whimsy to any room while giving warmth and comfort.

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Soft Sunshine Afghan
Ripple with a twist this pattern creates a soft wave of colors.  The pattern is intermediate level with an easy repeat.  Worked in one direction, this would be a great pattern to use up scraps or create a rainbow of colors.  Once you get the repeat of the stitches down, the pattern works up quickly to create a warm unique twist on the traditional ripple afghan.

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Puff Blanket
For those cold nights, you need a warm blanket to cuddle under.  The Puff Blanket uses Bernat Blanket fleece making it cold proof.  The pattern is simple.  Using a large hook, this pattern makes up quickly.  

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Loopy Afghan
Made with fleece yarn, this afghan makes up in quickly and is warm.  Light and lovely, it keeps you warm while looking beautiful.

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Broomstick in a Log Cabin Afghan

A 12 hour afghan, this log cabin uses broomstick lace to create a beautiful design.  Warm, fun, and easy, it’s the perfect cuddling blanket.

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Framed Tipped Lattice Afghan
Twelve hour afghan is beautiful, warm, and soft.  The Bernat Blanket yarn creates a lovely combination of colors and warmth while being lacy.  The border creates a frame to the beautiful pattern.  A great project for your nightly crochet sessions, this afghan will be a quick project and a great addition to any room.  

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Arched Squares Afghan

Made with beautiful and varied yarn, this afghan is a simple and fast project. Great for the beginner to learn different stitches, but also fun for the more advanced crocheter. Inspired by the different textures, this afghan works up in under 12 hours to create a beautiful and warm blanket to snuggle under during the cold nights.

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Triple Triangle Afghan
Worked with triple crochets, this works up in under twelve hours.  The pattern is easy for the beginner and makes a beautiful blanket for your home or as a gift.

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Most of the Quick & Easy Throws were made with Bernat Blanket or a similar yarn. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

Quick & Easy Throws
Need a gift in a hurry?  Try these throws which can be made in under 12 hours.  Using a large hook and thick yarn, you create a lovely warm throw which will fit into most décor.  
 
Five throws which can be done in a weekend.  Each of these throws are simple patterns and work up quickly.  Four of them are made with Bernat Bundle Brights and the fifth is made with Buttercream Luxe Craft Mohair Metallic purple, blue & silver.  These make an impact when given as gifts.  They are warm, easy to make, and fit any color scheme.  

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