Crochet Blankets To Keep You Cozy 2021
Have you ever tried a wavy crochet pattern before? what are your impressions? We think pretty eye-catching effects here are easy to achieve, and the look of the final product denies the fact that it doesn’t require much effort to complete these projects. Sounds great, doesn’t it? All in all, squiggly stitches are undeniably fun to work with, which is why most crocheters have a few in their magic tricks repertoire. If you haven’t found your favorites yet, we invite you to take a look at some inspiring examples of Wavy Stitched Blankets. Here you will find the simplest ripples and some very creative variations in sewing. We know one thing for sure – it’s all so inspiring!
This adorable blanket can be both: an elegant bedspread in gorgeous style, or a glamorous baby blanket that every little one will love. It all depends on the colors you choose obviously. The classic wavy stitch is spiced up here with cute little bubbles. Can you imagine how this tissue must feel? This design is the perfect example of a creative reinterpretation of classic stitches. We dig the color that the author of this version used a lot! The link of the free pattern is below the photo.
Everyday Baby Blanket
3 skeins of Lion Brand Cupcake yarn. Possibly more or less depending how big or small you want your blanket to be.
5mm crochet hook
I can finally feel the spring! Here! I really enjoy hot weather. I like to take my kids out and play. Sometimes it can be overwhelming when you try to do something and your kids go crazy for not being able to go out and release all that energy!
The Boho Stripes Blanket
Any worsted weight yarn will do. I would choose one on the heavier side. Think Caron One Pound or Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran. I used Ice Yarns Saver (check out yarn haul video here) for the majority of the blanket and a little bit of Lionbrand Wool Ease for the accent color. You’ll need:
2000 yards (1850m) of your main two colors, 1000 yards each.
150 yards (140m) of an accent color
I don’t knit Afghan crochet hooks very often, but it has a special place in my heart as it was my grandmother’s creation! Whenever there was a big event in the family, a blanket was prepared for him a few months in advance. She always took care to choose colors that matched her recipient’s decor perfectly, and at the time I didn’t know how long her huge, elaborate Afghan crochet pieces lasted.
Warm Hands Baby Blanket
1305 yds light pink worsted weight yarn
US 7 (4.5mm) Knitter’s Pride Nova Platina 40” Circular Needle
2 Stitch Markers
If you’re looking for a charity blanket… the perfect baby shower gift for a friend… or a warm wrap for your little one; This model is for you! This soft baby blanket features an easy-to-work yet eye-catching slide-stitch pattern surrounded by a thick layer of garter stitch.
Elizabeth Zigzag Blanket
1 skein each Lion Brand Wool-Ease in Canyon Sunset (620-003) for color A, Umber (620-026) for color B, Fisherman (620-099) for color C, Oatmeal (620-024) for color D, Flint (620-052) for color E, Thrush (620-025) for color F, Antler (620-021) for color G, and Black (620-153) for color H, or approx. 1576yds/1440m total of another worsted weight, cat. 4 yarn
Size US J/10 (6mm) crochet hook
When the brand new Lion Brand Wool-Ease colors launched this summer in such gorgeous, warm neutral hues, I immediately thought of my Elizabeth Zigzag quilt made a few years ago. Designed for a newborn friend, this blanket is a multicolored striped zigzag dream. This is still one of my most popular quilt designs, but many of the original colors I used have since been discontinued, so this was a great opportunity to upgrade this design a bit – and best of all, it’s now free! Scroll down to see the free template
Sweet Granny Baby Blanket
5 balls of Lion Brand Wool-Ease in Fisherman (MC)
1 ball each of Lion Brand Wool-Ease in Light Gray (CA), Dark Gray (CB), Rose Heather (CC), Dark Rose Heather (CD), and Mustard (CE)
US I/9 5.5mm crochet hook
Wanna hear something funny? Half a year has passed and my friends and family have already announced that six babies will be born before Christmas. So in the fall I will have a new niece or nephew. I secretly hope for my niece and I made a new Sweet Granny Baby blanket to invite her into this world!
Worsted weight/Aran/Size 4 yarn
*this is what I’m using for the new squares pictured below, this is the midnight blue/silver completed blanket
approx. 925 yards for baby blanket
approx. 2200 yards for small throw
approx. 3800 yards for large throw
approx. 5600 yards for full
approx. 7600 yards for king
Crochet hook in size I/5.5mm
I think my friends had a secret meeting and decided to have children at the same time. Now that I’ve finished giving birth myself, that obviously means I get all the baby hugs and newborn scents without the dirty diapers and I need to crochet faster.
HIBERKNIT KNIT BLANKET
Bernat® Blanket™ (10.5 oz/300 g; 220 yds/201 m)
Main Color (MC) Pale Grey (10046) 3 balls or 515 yds/471 m
Contrast A Dark Grey (10044) 1 ball or 187 yds/171 m
Bernat® Blanket™ (5.3 oz/150 g; 108 yds/98 m)
Contrast B Vintage White (00006) 1 ball or 85 yds/77 m
Size U.S. 11 (8 mm) circular knitting needle 36″ [90 cm] long or size needed to
This plain quilt not only looks classic but also keeps it classically warm. Offered in neutral tones, the Bernat Blanket creates a chenille-inspired feeling, no matter what colors reflect your creative spirit. Explore the possibilities and complete a few to brighten up any home decor.
Moon Shadow Blanket
Stylecraft Life Chunky – 75% Premium Acrylic / 25% Wool
Bulky 5 (US) / Chunky (UK)
3.5oz / 100g, 162yds / 148m
13 balls in Grey
Amount of grey yarn used 45.5oz / 1,300g, 2,106yds / 1,924m
1 ball in Cream
Amount of cream yarn used 2.8oz / 80g, 130yds / 119m
Size 7mm crochet hook – my favourite hook brand
Tapestry needle – I use this so I don’t lose them!
Measuring tape – I have one like this
Scissors – I have a pretty pair like these
Blocking mats (optional) – these make blocking easy
A simple modern blanket knitted with one simple loop – herringbone double crochet. The repetition of this stitch gives the fabric a beautiful finish. The project uses short yarn that stitches quickly without creating a blanket that is too heavy or bulky. An inexpensive yarn was chosen for this project from a blend of classic acrylic and quality wool.
Easy Textured Stripes Blanket
I-9 (5.50 mm) Crochet Hook – this is my absolute favorite brand!
2 Skeins Paintbox Yarn Simply Aran in Blush Pink
2 Skeins Paintbox Yarn in Pistachio Green
2 Skeins Paintbox Yarn in Paper White
1 Skein of Stylecraft Special Aran in Parchment
If you’re using a different yarn, you need approximately 800 yards of worsted weight yarn.
A few of my friends are pregnant or newly born. My goal is to gift at least one knitted piece to every friend, although I don’t always succeed when a child is born. Do you know what that means? I need a new simple and fast crochet pattern all the time! Whenever I need a blanket I try to find a simple crochet blanket that looks good. And then you know what I do? I’m making crochet tutorial for you!
Retro Roses Baby Blanket
I think it shows off the seam really well, has something to do with the marbled effect, plus it’s pretty cool to crochet (for a back tear though)!
I also used a 4mm crochet hook and I’m sure you will be asked, so I can tell you that the hook I used in the tutorial is from Pedro on Etsy. It’s not terrific and my new favorite hook is around a million miles.
Woven In Time Blanket
To construct this project, we crochet strips that we will then compile together to form a blanket. This blanket consists of two strip patterns, part one (color A) and part two (color B). You will need the following:
Worsted weight yarn
*Red Heart With Love pictured in Terracotta and Light Grey colorways
This half crochet blanket is a very simple crochet blanket, so if you’re just learning to crochet, it’s a great project for beginners! If you’re a more experienced knitter, this would be a great project to keep a little bit of while watching Netflix, an audiobook, or your family watching a movie or sports on TV. Crochet with us!
Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn:
Color A = Amethyst 142 yards (80 gm)
Color B = Pistache 142 yards (80 gm)
Color C = Mango 142 yards (80 gm)
Color D = Hot Rose 142 yards (80 gm)
Color E = Buttercup 142 yards (80 gm)
Color F = White 312 yards (175 gm)
5.0 mm (H-8) crochet hook or size needed to obtain the gauge
This crochet plaid pattern is perfect to cuddle with a good book on the couch. This pattern uses 6 bright and beautiful patterns, but you can easily swap them out for lighter colors.
COZY TIME FRINGE THROW
RED HEART® Hygge™: 11 balls
Susan Bates® Crochet Hook:
8mm [US L-11]
GAUGE: 10½ sts = 4″ [10 cm];
7 rows = 4″ [10 cm] in pattern
stitch. CHECK YOUR GAUGE.
Use any size hook to obtain
This very soft and draped yarn is twisted with a short pile end and can be rolled into it. There is a wide variety of colors to match your living room or bedroom. Complete with a knotted tassel for a macrame look.