13 Stylish and Lovely Crochet Blanket Patterns
Bear Hooded Blanket Pattern
This is a BEAR-Y special crochet pattern! This hooded blanket is soft, cozy, and cute to boot! The pattern is extremely easy and is a fairly fast blanket to make thanks to the fluffy, chunky yarn used. To top it off – literally – there are little bear cub ears on the hood of the blanket! What a cute idea for kids of all ages!
This pattern is written in standard (American) English crochet terminology. You will need 4 skeins of Bernat Blanket or a yarn of equivalent weight; 1 skein of Bernat Blanket in an accent color; 1 skein of Red Heart Pomp-a-Doodle yarn; Size Q / 15 mm crochet hook; Size K/10.5 6.5 mm crochet hook; yarn needle and scissors. A full list of the supplies and materials needed can be found in the pattern. Exact gauge is not essential to this project. The size is one size fits most; blanket measures about 56” wide by 42” long; hood measures about 34 inches lengthwise from side to side.
Braided Cable Crochet Blanket Pattern
This crochet cabled blanket is a timeless piece that enhances any home setting. The technique is deceptively simple, and works up to an impressive result using your favorite shades of Caron One Pound.
Elementary Baby Blanket Pattern
Here’s an elemental rainbow blanket! I find it almost inconvenient to post this model because it’s ONLY basic, but I think it can be useful for beginners. This is a grandmother’s square using 3 sets of double crochet. I made it in Paintbox Cotton Aran and I have to say that I like the feel of this yarn when it is designed. This is the perfect weight for a summer blanket. You can make it as small or as big as you want by stopping or adding layers so that the gauge doesn’t really matter. (I’ve noticed that lately, my dimensions don’t matter in many of my designs. Hmmm … Could it be that I don’t like making sample samples? Something to reflect on!) Let’s get started!
Finished size: 32 ”x 32”
Materials: Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran 100% cotton yarn. (1.7 oz / 93 yards / 50 g per skein. 4 skeins of # 608 vanilla cream, 2 skeins of # 624 mustard yellow, 1 skein of each of # 637 dolphin blue, # 615 pillar red, # 627 shale green, # 643 tea Rose.
Pink Stripe Baby Blanket Pattern
Are you looking for a soft baby gift? A gift that is soft but not too hard to cook? This Gray & Pink Stripe Baby Blanket model will be a great project to try.
It has only 2 stitches, double crochet and single crochet, which is used to make a box stitch. This is a great quilt for beginners. This super soft blanket is easy to repeat.
I was looking for my next project and wanted to make a soft baby blanket using Lion Brand Feels Like Butta Yarn. I like the soft texture of this tube yarn.
Dainty Dot Baby Blanket Pattern
Are you looking for a soft, light Afghan child? A gift that is soft and modern, but not too hard to make? This easily accessible fine dot crochet baby blanket pattern will be a great project to try a lightweight summer unisex blanket.
It has only 3 stitches, a single, double and even berry that makes a textured square. This lightweight baby blanket works easily with sports weights or size 3 yarn.
I Love Fall Throw Pattern
Are you looking for a soft thick litter blanket? A gift that is soft and practical, but not too hard to make? This handy free I love fallen printed blanket without crochet pattern made of Bernat yarn will be a great project to try.
It has only 3 stitches, a chain, single and double stitches that make a textured square. Also, this thick litter blanket works quickly using very bulky yarn in pretty fall colors.
Suggest names My designs always have a problem. In fact, I collected my own beast, which names most of my crochet patterns. There are always designs that just tell you what they want to name, but there are always those that just won’t tell you their names no matter how nice you ask.
While I was working on this design, I had the idea to design a blanket for each of the women in my family and then name the design after them, but naming the blanket just seemed a little gentle to Emilia. What exactly is Emily? So while I was working, my brain kept ticking during my time: I’m funny at how we always do things to other people and very rarely to ourselves. It’s always for my mom, a friend, or someone I work with. And that, I think, is one of the greatest crochet pleasures, the love we put into something we do for someone else.
Tunisian Sampler Blanket Pattern
For less than a dollar per square meter, you can learn all the basics of Tunisian crochet!
This blanket was intended primarily for teaching the basics of Tunisian crochet. The squares are arranged according to the degree of complexity and start with beginner level seams, which are eventually used in advanced beginner techniques. A sample of each square is available for free on my blog – scroll down to find all the links.
A PDF article consists of 40 pages of 25 squares and is displayed in an increasingly complex order. If you are a beginner, I recommend making them in the order in which they are mentioned in this document.
The sizes of the squares can vary slightly, and that’s fine. The joining technique used to join the squares will mask the difference.
All in the Family Afghan Pattern
Bring joy into a loved one’s life by gifting them this gorgeous crochet afghan. Created by The Crochet Crowd, this intricate afghan pattern is worked up in ultra-soft Red Heart With Love yarn.
Beginner DC Blanket Pattern
If you like to make quick and easy crochet blankets and throws, then this piece of yarn pattern is for you! And the best part? You can find a free article here on the blog or a PDF version of a ready-to-print quilt article in my store!
This super simple pattern consists of only ONE stitch (double crochet) and simple one is used for crocheting with thick yarn! Before you start using this quilt, read on to go over the double crochet seam, find out about the yarn you want to use, and then you’re ready to create your own double crochet litter quilt!
Read on to find a free pattern here on the blog to start crocheting a blanket today or to buy a printable PDF of how to make this beauty in eight different sizes!
Little Leaves All In A Row Blanket Pattern
Simple garter and sock stripes combine with simple color changes to create this textured knitted quilt inspired by trees. Embroidery in the center of Bernat chopped velvet, the central panel is processed from side to side to create long vertical stripes throughout the cover. Horizontal stripes are then taken and knitted along the edges at the end. Finally, with a small i-cord and a few simple yarns rising over the loop, the precious leaves on the front adorn the edges of this delightful quilt. Use it to bring warm, earthy beauty to your home.
Materials: US size 8 (5 mm) round knitting needle 36 ”91.5 cm long. A pair of two sizes of US 8 (5 mm) double knitting needles
X Marks the Spot Afghan Pattern
Designed as a stash buster or scrapghan. However, if you want this planned. You will need 2 balls of the main colour and 5 other colours to play with.
There is layering effects taking place in this. There are stitch diagrams available for each step. The pattern is only in diagram format.
Even though this blanket is made up of mitered squares, there is no sewing involved. All squares are joined as you knit. The blanket is made up of 5 different colors using 1 skein of yarn for each color (total of 5 skeins).
Skill Level: Intermediate
This is a fun project and works up fast.