A crocheted afghan and a crocheted blanket.

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Kathrine

Kate is a designer and content creator, specializing in crafts and textile-related topics. She runs the Crochetpedia website, where she shares her crochet patterns, teaches through video tutorials, and researches crochet techniques. The experience as a pattern designer and education in fashion helped her better understand the world of textiles and handicraft. Kate comes from the family of makers, knitting and sewing from the early age. She lives by the Polish seaside with her partner and a dog.

To bring freshness to your home, you don’t need a big refurbishment. The best way to change the vibe is to play with accessories, add a touch of color, or different texture. Crochet blankets can add a lot to the interior, so don’t underestimate their role! Using one as bedspread can completely transform your bedroom. Today’s collection of Colorful Stripes Crochet Throws focuses on colors and pattern – simplest ones, in fact! These designs are made with scraps of yarn, ombre or multi-color skeins of different colors. Simplest of crochet stitches are used here to create lovely vibrant stripes. What is there not to love? I am sure everybody can find their favourite combination of color and technique. Explore it now and get inspired! Links to free patterns are under the pictures.

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Colorful Stripes Crochet Throws Free Patterns

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Cake Yarn Scrapghan Free Crochet Pattern

Cake Yarn Scrapghan Free Crochet Pattern

This cool scrapghan is worked from the middle, and uses leftover yarn ends. Perfect!

Go to the pattern: Cake Yarn Scrapghan

Peaked Shell Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

Peaked Shell Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

Shell stitch can create amazing stripes, too! This one is also raised a little, so it makes interesting texture.

Go to the pattern: Peaked Shell Afghan

Color Kaleidoscope Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Color Kaleidoscope Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Using two strains of yarn at the time will allow you to create very interesting color combination.

Go to the pattern: Color Kaleidoscope Blanket

Happiest Blanket Ever Free Crochet Pattern

Happiest Blanket Ever Free Crochet Pattern

Using white yarn to separate colorful rows is very clever! Add scalloped edging and you will create lovely baby blanket.

Go to the pattern: Happiest Blanket Ever

V Stitch Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

V Stitch Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Simple v-stitch is great for beginners, who want to make something different, but easy.

Go to the pattern: V Stitch Blanket



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  1. Yes I love all crochet patterns and I like the mixture of what you have…thank you for sharing

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