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Beautiful Autumnal Afghans

 

The blankets for autumn are meant to be colorful, the same as this few months just before winter are. They are inspired by the nature preparing for the next season. The leafs are changing colors from green, through yellow, red, orange to brown, just to lie softly on the ground finally. Everywhere around it’s all covered with that beautiful carpet of many shades of the fall. This is exactly what we we will find on the autumnal Afgans – a mixture of colors and decorations that will bring to mind a calm walk in a park during the fall. Take a look at examples below to check the current trends and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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Autumn Rhapsody Blanket CAL Free Crochet Pattern

This beautiful carpet is like the end of summer and the beginning of autumn – it’s still full of sun, riped fruits and fully opened flowers that will loose their blossom just in a moment. In order to emphasise this aura there are some flowers attached to the blanket and they complete the design perfectly. It will be easy to follow the pattern as there are CAL instructions available.

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  • DESIGNED by Tonya Bush
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

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Autumn Rhapsody Blanket CAL free crochet pattern 1

PHOTOS by Tonya Bush

Go to the pattern: 

Autumn Rhapsody Blanket CAL

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Fall Foliage Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

This Afgan is very easy to make as it has a very simple design. It’s full of autumnal colors and edgy lines, to keep it interesting. The effect is made mostly by the composition of the colors – it’s good to use the contrasting ones, so that all of them are perfectly visible.

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  • DESIGNED by Erica Fedor
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

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Fall Foliage Afghan free crochet pattern 1

PHOTOS by Erica Fedor

Go to the pattern:

Fall Foliage Afghan

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Grandma Spiked My Ripple Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

As you can see, the crochet blankets don’t have to be boring – you can add some spice to the pattern. Even a simple wave can be a bit twisted! The design is wavy but also edgy. It’s a mix of different shades – it’s gradating from bright to dark all over again to create that beautiful throw.

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  • DESIGNED by Darlisa Riggs
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

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Grandma Spiked My Ripple Blanket free crochet pattern 1

PHOTOS by Darlisa Riggs

 

Go to the pattern:

Grandma Spiked My Ripple Blanket

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Autumn Leaves Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

This blanket looks just like a herbarium or a ground with white sand covered with the leafs of all possible colors. Some of them are one colored but others are a combination of shades – just like real leafs in their natural environment. It makes a very unique and comfy design.

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  • DESIGNED by House of White Birches
  •  PROJECT TYPE blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

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Autumn Leaves Afghan free crochet pattern 1

PHOTOS by House of White Birches

 

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Autumn Leaves Afghan

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Falling Leaves Throw Free Crochet Pattern

The blanket’s design is able not to just show a still life, but also a movement. This beautiful throw is a perfect example of the expressive art of movement. The leafs on the blanket are falling down on a wind in a full brightness of a day in order to fulfil their next role in the circle of life.

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  • DESIGNED by Red Heart Design Team
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

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Falling Leaves Throw free crochet pattern 1

PHOTOS by Red Heart Design Team

 

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Falling Leaves Throw

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