7 blanket crochet patterns for a bright home
With winter in full swing, don’t shiver yourself to the bone – make one of these blanket crochet patterns and stay warm until spring.
I am a delicate snowflake who can’t handle hot temperatures – but I don’t like cold feet either. Even though I grew up in Chicago, land of ice and snow, I still turn into a block of ice when I don’t have enough blankets handy. I’ve been on the prowl for some new blanket crochet patterns that will inspire me enough to stock up on (more) yarn. Here’s a few that made the list!
Using a bulky weight yarn like King Cole Big Value Chunky, you’ll have a new blanket in no time at all. With more than 30 shades to choose from, you can make this blanket to match any home decor. Plus, we love that fringe!
This fabulous pattern includes 2 sizes: a baby blanket using Cascade 220 Superwash, and an adult sized blanket using Cascade Eco +. Once you establish the swirl pattern, this pattern is incredibly simple – perfect for relaxed crocheting in front of the tv or to pick up and set down without getting lost.
This unique honeycomb design is created in separate hexagons using Cascade Eco + yarn in 3 different colors, and joined together using a worsted weight yarn. Once you make a couple of the motifs, you’ll be straight out of the gates, zooming along with the pattern safely memorized. We couldn’t think of a better option for on-the-go crocheting!
This might be a blanket designed for a baby, but we think you could make a huge one for yourself. This blanket uses a DK weight yarn, like BC Garn Semilla, and features intermediate crochet techniques like front and back post stitches.
This classic design would look fantastic in the traditional monochrome, or with a pop of color for a funky fresh look. The blanket calls for Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran, a super soft yarn that’s luxuriously scrumptious for a blanket.
This double-sided, reversible blanket is a dream in peacock shades. The double thickness means that you and your loved ones will be extra warm this year – and extra fashionable, too. We recommend Stylecraft Special Aran – it means you can make your (machine washable) blanket for less.
Everyone loves a classic granny square style blanket, and this design is a delicious delight from Amanda Perkins. It’s a great choice for an heirloom blanket, using a sport weight yarn like MillaMia Naturally Soft Merino yarn – and the colors are divine.
What blanket crochet patterns are you inspired by this winter?
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