Crochet blankets for spring!
Spring has sprung, and we’ve found you some beautiful blankets for nippy nights! Crochet them in cool cottons, lovely linen blends or amazing acrylics!
The warmer weather is coming, but there’s still a nip in the air, so it’s time to crochet a cool blanket that will keep you cosy without overheating. Cotton is fabulous for spring and summer blankets – and there are so many fabulous cotton and cotton blends that come in rainbows of colours in 4ply, DK and aran weights. Make up in your favourite acrylic yarn – easy to wash and dry, and great value too!
Deliciously sweet, this Gumball Blanket by Rachele Carmona is a fabulous pattern for beginners! Make it in a cool aran weight cotton for the warm weather – it will look divine draped over your garden furniture!
This clever blanket is full of fun as summer daisies – but can double as a festive Christmas blanket by changing the colourway: make it in red and green to make a perfect ponsettia blanket!
A simple granny stripe is transformed by jaunty colours! This super blanket is inspired by the designs of Cath Kidston, famous for her whimsical vintage style. Crochet in cotton or an acrylic, in any colourway you love!
One of our all-time favourites here at LoveCrochet HQ, Julie Harrison’s Big Heart blanket is a masterclass in how to work the tapestry technique and the pattern contains full instructions and a photo tutorial.
Isn’t this just beautiful? Beautiful flower motifs in raspberry ripple shades with a picot border! This pattern is written for three yarn weights, and you can customise the size you want to make – perfect for cool cottons!
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