Quickest Crochet Afghan

Here is a pattern for what we think is the fastest Crochet Afghan using homespun yarn.

Quickest Crochet Afghan

What you need

Homespun yarn 6 oz skeins,
6 skeins of each color
(2 colors used)


Size: About 48 x 57″, without trim

Crochet Hook Size Q Or Size needed to obtain gauge.

Note: Afghan is worked with 2 strands held together (1 of each color) throughout.

Gauge – 4 sts and 3 rows = 3″ with yarn doubled in pat st.

AFGHAN: With strand of each color held together, chain 64.

Row 1 (WS): Sc and dc in 2nd ch from hook, *skip 1 ch, sc and dc in next ch; rep from * across (64sts). Ch 1 turn.

Row 2: Sc and dc in first dc, *skip next sc, sc and dc in next dc; rep from * across, skip last sc. Rep Row 2 for pat until 57 rows have been completed or until afghan measures 57″ long, do not fasten off. Ch 1, turn.

Trim: With right side facing, sc in each dc and dc in in each sc along top edge to corner, hdc and sc in corner, then work along side ege * sc into each “bump” of scallp and dc into each “valley” or “ditch” of scallp * to next corner working an extra 2 sc at last st, sc evenly across foundation ch to next corner, hdc and dc in corner, then work along side edge as for other side (from * to *) working an extra 2 sc at last st, join with slip st to beg sc. Fasten off.

beg = beginning
ch = chain
dc – double crochet
hdc = half double crochet
meas = measures (s)
pat = pattern
rep = repeat
sc = single crochet
st(s) = stitch(es)
WS = Wrong Side


  1. Bev Rodriguez says:

    Are there answers or corrections to these questions. Sounds like some people had problems.

  2. i apparently don’t understand what this pattern is wanting me to do. whenever I get to the end of a row the turn around just looks wrong. so yeah, i’m not one to give up, and i’ve given up on this one.

  3. Is there a sc in between the sc,dc in same stitch?? At the end of the line you are going directly on top of the last sc,dc from last line, is that correct?

  4. Nice I made one for myself to work out the kinks/make sure I knew what I was doing. My daughter liked it so much, I made her one for part of her wedding gift.

  5. Nice afghan. Easy pattern. However,VERY expensive if you use the HOMESPUN yarn.

  6. croknitmama says:

    I make projects for the homeless and this one will be a great one to make. Thanks so much for the pattern

  7. This pattern is great. Used it to get rid of scrap wool this winter.
    Whatever I had left I mixed with a solid beige n it looks amazing n was asked by a few friends if they could have it. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  8. Just tried this and it is great! I like that it is so soft and HUGE!
    I get the satisfaction of seeing real progress every time I pick it up.
    I worked on it for about an hour every night and it took me about a
    week. I only used to skeins and it was still quite large. I am a sit
    in front of the TV to crochet kind of person and this was perfect for that
    purpose. Love it! Will do them for Christmas this year!

  9. i didn’t like this pattern sorry. =-(

  10. This is a very good pattern. A beautiful product using basic simple stitches. I modified it by using a P hook and a 76 count beginning chain, so it took me longer than the 4.5 hours. I am teaching my coworkers to crochet. I will use this pattern as our first project.

  11. I made this for my grandson and I used two skiens of baby yarn which made it a little thicker/heavier and still quite soft. Love the pattern and have shared it with others as on of my favorites.

  12. I love to crochet but can never find the time. I saw this and picked a day that I a wasn’t doing anything and worked on this for about 4 1/2 hours. Now it’s done and I love it!!!! thnx!!

  13. Great pattern and the large hook works up fast.

  14. bonbuz1980 says:

    I LOVE this afghan! I of course made the first 1 for myself(to work out any mistakes)&now I’m making 1 for every member of my family for Christmas!!

  15. Great looking afghan. With time being short, this is just what I needed to find. Thanks so much!

  16. hmmm, this looks like something good to try….i’ll print it out and try it, i don’t like spending a lot of time on crochet projects but i LOVE making afghans, they are always so warm and cozy in the winter, maybe i’ll try it

  17. I have made this and I love the pattern!

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