Afghans in Sections Knitting Patterns
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These patterns are not my designs but links to other designers who have generously shared their patterns. If you have questions about how to knit a specific pattern, please contact the designer directly.
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Free Knitting Patterns
Hawaiian Lacy Fern Throw
Lace afghan worked in 3 panels that are seamed together. 52″ x 64″ (132cm x 162.5cm). Designed by Joyce Nordstrom for Red Heart.
Shoots and Ladders Afghan
This award-winning afghan knitting pattern designed by Susan Kerin is knit in strips of leaf motifs and seed stitch. Winner in Herrschners Knit Afghans 2006 National Afghan Contest.
Autumn Blaze Afghan
This throw knit in panels and seamed features leaf lace and berry stitch texture. Designed by Nazanin S. Fard. Worsted yarn. This pattern was featured in Season 8 of Knit and Crochet Now! and is free with registration at Annie’s
- Get the free knitting pattern with free registration at Annie’s
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- Get the recommended King Cole Comfort Aran yarn at Annie’s
Classic Lace Baby Throw
This baby blanket by Lion Brand Yarn is knit in 3 panels of lace and 2 panels of seed stitch and then seamed. 32 x 35 in. (81.5 x 89 cm)
Chevron Panels Afghan
This easy pattern is worked in chevron lace panels and then seamed. Available in English and French. Approx 54 x 62″ [137 x 157.5 cm].
Summer Garden Throw
Designed by Kathleen Power Johnson for the book Quick Knitted Afghans, this throw is knit with 3 panels of Cable & Leaf Lace and 2 Panels of Fence Post Lace and then seamed. Knit with 2 strands of DK yarn held together. Approx 48 x 60 inches
Frost Flower Lace Afghan
This exquisite lace blanket is knit in 3 panels and seamed. One of 4 knitting patterns in Cozy Knitted Blanket Patterns ebook by Interweave Knits. 3 Sizes: 48″ × 60″ (56″ × 70″, 64″ × 80″) (122 × 152.5 (142 × 178, 162.5 × 203) cm) Pictured project by smokinnw
- Get the free ebook from Interweave
- Get the Berroco Comfort yarn used in the pictured project on Interweave
Nested Boxes Baby Blanket
This throw is knit in 4 sections of 4 mitered blocks and then stitched together. Designed to showcase multi-color or self-striping yarn by Premier Yarns.
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Patterns for Purchase
Aran Heirloom Blanket
Cable afghan knit 5 sections and seamed. Finished Size: About 64″ (162.5 cm) wide and 68″ (173 cm) long. Designed by Deborah Newton. Pictured project by BSR123
- See more pics and get the knitting pattern on Interweave
- Also available in Interweave Knits, Summer 2000
- See more knitting patterns by Deborah Newton
Last Minute Afghans
Made as smaller separate pieces that are joined together later, the knit patterns in Last-Minute Afghans are fun, fast and great for on-the-go knitting. Knit with bulky yarn or two strands of yarn knit together. On sale for only $3.49 at Annie’s. That’s about 58 cents per pattern!
Paneled Cable and Lace Afghan
This throw is knit in 5 strips and seamed. Designed by JoAnne Turcotte, this pattern is one of the 53 patterns in the book Easy as 1-2-3 Skeins.
Cable and Twists Throw
Dreams of Ireland Afghan
This book contains six afghans and a pillow including Aran Textures and Cables Afghan and Pillow, Log Cabin Throw, Zig Zag Throw, Cable Panels Throw, Lighthouses Afghan, and Fall Foliage Afghan. Several are knit in panels and seamed.
Striped Cables Baby Blanket
This baby blanket knit in panels is one of the 9 knitting patterns in the ebook Dreamy Baby Wraps available exclusively from Leisure Arts.
Twisty Celtic Aran Afghan
The pattern contains several traditional Irish knitting motifs – fancy twisted cables, nested hearts, bobbles, and braids. This project is knit in 5 pieces and seamed together at the end for a beautiful bedspread or large throw. Finished dimensions: approximately 50in x 64in
Terry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!