5 Fabulous Crochet Blanket Patterns
Crochet blanket patterns for all abilities that YOU can start today!
Are you thinking of making a crochet blanket and needing some inspiration?
I have found 5 beautiful Crochet Blanket Patterns for you which should get you itching to start today!
Ok, so I would not recommend starting a large blanket for your first one!
I have made one it was a king size blanket which took me 2 years to complete!
Believe it or not but I did finish it though.
I also made a little blanket for my friend’s little boy this only took a couple of months so if you want to start making a blanket something like a lap blanket or something for a child before you start on something big as you can get discouraged very quickly if you are just starting out.
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Start your crochet blanket today with these inspiring patterns.
Some great tools and yarns that I have used include below :
- Stylecraft yarn – is great if you want a cost-effective alternative to wool in some fabulous shades. And if you want great value cotton again Stylecraft comes in at a very good price.
- Rico Design yarn in cotton is another one I use a lot you can find it in Deramores range too so if you want to try it out today check out the website to see what yarn you fancy today and don’t forget to use the 10% coupon from Simply crochet magazines.
- For Hooks check out Amazon here are some of my favourites-
There are some fantastic patterns out there HERE is one of my favourites:
Dedri has some fantastic blanket patterns I have added some of my favourites below:
If you’re looking for a pack for her Summer in Swanage you can buy it from Deramore if you go via this link directly to the page for Summer in Swanage you can find out more about whats involved in this blanket and the yarn pack to buy for it.
Lookatwhatimade has the FREE pattern so if you fancy giving this one a go have a look HERE for the free pattern and information about hook sizes wool to use and the pattern if you don’t fancy buying the yarn pack.
I loved her Cal ( Crochet along) block per week you can find it information about it HERE
I have given it a go and made a few blocks but never went through all the blocks.
It’s beautiful but not for beginners – it won’t be boring as each block is different I love it!
If you want to do something challenging and relatively quick then this is for you!
And also her other blanket Cal -Stunning Sophies Universe Cal which you can get the free pattern HERE.
Her book to get the full pattern is available from for Sophies Universe Cal is available at Deramore and is $22.95 dollars plus approx $7 shipping and if you buy more than $50 dollars worth of items like the packs and book you get free shipping! Don’t worry though if you go to her link above you can get the patterns free on her website too.
You can find a complete Pack of resources from Deramore if you want to buy Sophies Universe Cal wool bundles – the small one is listed if you go for this LINK or if you fancy giving the large kit a go you can see it through this LINK.
Lucy’s page is my ultimate favourite in crochet resources.
She has some marvelous blanket patterns.
Lucy uses a lot of Stylecraft yarn which you can find using my resources list above and also find out last prices by clicking the link to stylecraft. I have used it too and have lots of lovely colours it isn’t my favourite though as I prefer wool or cotton as they are nicer to work with. But if you want to make something for kids or just something that is going to get lots of use and needing laundered more then stylecraft is the way to go.
Her ripple blankets and granny stitch are easy to do once you master the stitch and you can make up a blanket pretty rapidly!
This Blanket from Susan Pinner is just gorgeous from her CAL spinning top blanket you will need some experience to tackle this one!
Susan’s Granny square Blanket is suitable for beginners so if you want to tackle your first blanket then this one is for you.
You can find the pattern here in her 20 Granny squares book.
What can I say she has some fabulous patterns for blankets.
Jane Crowfoot has some fabulous blanket patterns here is one of my favourites.
Her Mystical Lantern Crochet Blanket pattern is gorgeous and you can buy the yarn pack if you go through to Deramore website HERE and the pattern is available through deramore too. Unfortunately you will have to buy Janes patterns her website doesn’t have the full patterns available.
Jane’s Persian Tile Blanket is just beautiful and the pattern can be found at Deramore along with wool packs as well if you want more information on the packs and patterns then check it out via the link below
If you want to buy the wool pack and pattern is also available as a combo HERE.
Such gorgeous colours!
Heather has created this wonderful colourful blanket that is using Granny squares if you are a beginner this will not be too challenging for you to give this one a go so why not buy the yarn pack today and give it a shot. If you are looking for the yarn pack its available HERE along with the FREE pattern HERE.
I love this simple colourful blanket.
If you want to more crochet patterns to try then have a look at my crochet flower posts
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