Blue and White Crochet Afghan Use this free crochet afghan pattern from Bernat Yarns to create a lovely block afghan in coordinating blues and white. Twelve motifs are joined to create the complete afghan. This is an editorial team favorite of our large hook crocheted afghan patterns. This is a great pattern for beginners and those looking for a fun afghan to make for themselves or a friend. Mix and match colors to create an afghan that’s perfect for your home.
Blue and White Crochet Afghan
This crochet afghan make a fantastic crochet pattern for beginners because, while the design looks relatively intricate, the stitches used are relatively easy. Plus, this afghan pattern will afford any newbie a chance to shine while they hook up their first big and beautiful project.
Use this crochet afghan pattern to decorate your home. Twelve motifs are joined to create this pattern. The blue and white stand out next to each other.
- Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook
- Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Meaning of the color blue and white
Blue… light or dark? As with most colors, the hue influences the feeling it conveys. Light blue gives the feeling of hygiene and freshness, but also stimulates productivity and transmits success. Dark blue is corporate, showing power and confidence. A spirited color that provides people with calm and security.
As neutral as black, white is a pure color, which highlights luminosity, cleanliness, and tranquility. Care in its use ensures a correct interpretation of its intentions, combined with other colors it provides harmony. It suggests purity, transmits the idea of freshness and calm. White is responsible for logical thinking and communicative competence.
Download the Blue and White Crochet Afghan pattern
Now that you know the meaning of the colors, it is very interesting to start making your own, don’t you agree? This pattern is a tutorial that you can access here at favecrafts.com. If you can’t access the pattern then you can use the download button right below.