13 Awesome and Stylish Crochet Blanket Patterns ideas
Our topic today will be crochet blankets. I can say that it is one of the most preferred household items, especially by women who have adopted a simple lifestyle. If you live a simple life, blankets are indispensable in your living room. Especially in cold winter days. After choosing the blanket pattern, do not forget to choose the yarn that fits your body. Some threads can really bother some people. It can make you itchy or allergic. That’s why you should know how to choose the right rope and be determined in this regard.
Nautical Stripes Blanket Crochet Pattern
This wonderful crochet blanket pattern uses the crumpled griddle stitch to achieve a subtle, textured design. The griddle stitch is easy to do, using single crochet and double crochet only. Working with Bernat Freesia you’ll do an easy one-row stitch repeat that lets you focus on creating the soothing green and blue stripe pattern which results in a classic nautical-inspired look. The texture of this soft, bulky weight yarn creates an inviting fabric that’s perfect for cuddling, so it’s bound to become a favorite in the family room!
Cable Texture Blanket Crochet Pattern
For this incredible knit blanket, we’ve selected a multi-shaded yarn to create the perfect autumn accent for the home! Stitched in Bernat Symphony, linear textures are worked in horseshoe cable ribbed panels to achieve a soft and squishy blanket. Knitted in one piece, the ribbed cable panels alternate with stocking stitch panels to achieve the overall final design. Customize the yarn color, and this is a blanket you can enjoy any season of the year!
Materials: Size U.S. 11 (8 mm) circular knitting needle 29” 74 cm long , Cable needle
Cambria Ripple Throw Crochet Pattern
Eyelet detailing brings texture to the chevron stripes of this eye-catching throw.
Skill Level: Easy
Size: 40” x 55” (102cm x 140cm)
Materials: Willow Yarns™ Wash Worsted
• 0028 Peanut—4 balls
• 0038 Peach Blossom—3 balls
• 0044 Elm—3 balls
Needle: US size 8 (5mm) 32” circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge: 1.10344827586 repeats in Chevron pattern = 4”
2 repeats in Chevron pattern = 7-1/4” / 18.4cm wide
Extras: Yarn needle, stitch markers
Botanical Garden Blanket Crochet Pattern
Note that the original pattern releases included an earlier draft version of the plot square, which is not exactly the same as the square in the illustration. If you have already knitted this square, I advise you to leave it as is. If you choose to redraw the square, the updated assignment formula is now available in downloadable PDF files.
85 cm wide x 83 cm high when locked
Each panel is 20 cm wide and 19.5 cm high when locked
Needles and accessories
1 pair of 4mm (US 6 / UK 8) knitting needles
3.25 mm (US 3 / UK 10) circular needles with a length of 120 or 150 cm per working edge
Eight folded stitch markers for overcasting the edges
One contrast marker for edging
(Optional) 1 meter of cotton knit and matching polyester thread to support the blanket if desired.
Busy Lizzy’s patchwork blanket Crochet Pattern
The patchwork blanket is made with Elizabeth stitch (AKA mini bean stitch). You can make the blanket as small or as large as you want, and the pattern includes a handy size guide so you know how many square stripes to make.
DK yarn (weight 3). I used “King Cole Pricewise DK” in different colors.
1 square – 15m / 16yd / 5g
1 Border – 23m / 25yd / 8g
Materials you will need
– 4mm crochet hook
– Embroidery needle
– DK yarn
– Stitch markers (optional)
The recommended skill level is easy – intermediate.
The formula is written in American terminology. You will need to know the basic crochet stitches (sc, hdc, dc, tr) as well as the mini bean stitch. Instructions for stitching the mini bean are included. The pattern is 5 pages long and includes photos of progress, meter instructions, and measurements.
Willow Blanket Crochet Pattern
Crochet this beautiful beginner-friendly blanket using basic stitches! The vertical lines and luxurious tassels make this modern blanket a gorgeous touch to any home.
The Willow Blanket uses 8 balls of Wool-Ease Thick & Quick in Lion Brand Yarn’s 2021 Color of the Year called “Terracotta”! A 9 mm hook is used for the body of the blanket and a 10 mm hook is used for the border. Note that this blanket is worked with a very loose gauge to achieve light and airy stitches!
Bingo Blanket Crochet Pattern
Make a charming and colorful blanket in your favorite colors from simple garter stitch blocks.
This is an easy blanket to make with two methods for joining blocks: one knitted and one crocheted, and 4 options for Borders. Video Tutorials are linked to the pattern, to show you exactly what to do.
210 yards/192 m worsted weight yarn in each of 6 different colors.
300 yards / 275 m of white, black or other contrast color for joining blocks and border
US Size 7/4.5 mm 40”/100 cm circular needles, and 2nd circular need (if joining with 3-needle BO)
Rowan Throw Crochet Pattern
Project Type: Crochet
Skill Level: Intermediate
Finished Measurements: 45″ x 52″
Premier® Yarns Puzzle™
1050-23 Solitaire – 3 balls
Hook: US Size J-10 (6 mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle
Gauge: 1 pattern repeat = 3¾” wide x 5” tall
Save time, check your gauge.
Huckleberry Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern
Huckleberry Baby Blanket
ABOUT THIS PROJECT
“The Huckleberry Baby blanket is the perfect design for Tunisian crochet hooks for the first time! Tunisian crochet hook uses an elongated crochet hook to mimic the look of knitting stitches. Combine this technique with a classic grandma’s striped border for a cute gift blanket. ”
You can buy an inexpensive PDF file to support my work, please read below.
ABOUT THIS PATTERN
Crochet your own Huckleberry Baby blanket using this crochet pattern in PDF format.
The finished sizes and measurements are:
25 x 36 inches
This pattern has written instructions in English and uses American crochet terminology.
The printable PDF file has a total of 2 pages including the cover page.
Available as an instant download.
Neapolitan C2C Blanket Crochet Pattern
Snuggle up in another fun quilt-inspired corner and the Divine Debris corner blanket. This easy-to-follow and customizable blanket works great as 3 simple colors, even as a fun storage box, all individual squares in different colors – this makes this design a great option for showcasing or a creative exploration of colors.
You can sell any finished products made of this pattern; however, you may not share, sell or redistribute this design in any way, in whole or in part. I would be very grateful for a link to my shop or this design every time you sell this item online.
Noëlle Blanket Crochet Pattern
Elegant flowers, a comfortable size and rainbow colours make the Noëlle blanket a must-have crochet pattern. This stunning project is designed to work with a Scheepjes Catona Colour pack, which helps you to create this fluid rainbow-gradient blanket.
The pattern is suitable for intermediate crocheters. The written instructions step you through the pattern, while clear diagrams and photo tutorials demonstrate how to put the flower motifs together.
Scheepjes Catona (100% mercerized cotton), 100g/250m:
Colour A: 106 Snow White x 8 balls
Catona Colour Pack (109 x 10g balls of all colours) x 1
Meet Me in the Middle Blanket Crochet Pattern
This fascinating pattern will have you stitching an attractive crochet blanket in soft creamy shades of different textures, and different directions of lines. First, you’ll begin from the center rectangular and build up rows in a metered direction until you reach your desired size. Next, you’ll join 4 similar pieces to create a throw. It’s a simple pattern with stunning results, so imagine the perfect spot to display this textural masterpiece! Instructions include a charted sample of the pattern for more visual learners.
Materials: 6” 15 cm wide piece of cardboard for fringe.
Cuddle Up Throw Crochet Pattern
Cuddle Up is an easy and fun to knit throw or scarf. Simply; two strands of two different yarns are held together in mistake ribbing. There’s only one pattern row; every row is the same. Both pieces use a bulky, hand painted mohair stranded with a self striping, worsted wool which together make a lofty and cozy fabric. These make great gifts!
scarf 8” x 78” (standard throw 38” x 47”, blanket 48”x 60”) this is a very stretchy fabric, pictured above in the throw size
Berroco Artesia (40% alpaca, 40% kid mohair, 20% nylon; 475 yds ea) -1 (2, 3 ) balls, Morning Glory 4801
Berroco Pixel (100% superwash wool; 328 yds ea) -1 (3, 5) balls, Peach 2257 OR Pistachio 2261 (shown in scarf)
Needles: US #13 circular 24” or longer
Gauge: 3.25 sts/in and 4.5 rows/in on #13 in Mistake Rib Stitch with one strand of each yarn held together. Exact gauge is difficult to measure in a stretch fabric. Lay your swatch flat and flatten the rib slightly to measure.