I’m sharing 14 cozy crochet blanket patterns for you to consider. I don’t know about you, but I love a good crochet blanket pattern. Fall is finally here. That means crisp weather and cozy blankets.
During these colder months that we have ahead of us, you can find me cuddled up on the couch with a good movie on, the fireplace going, and a cozy blanket on my crochet hook.
1. Red Buffalo Check Crochet Blanket
I’m a big fan of the buffalo check pattern. I have to admit, though, I find it to be an intimating pattern to crochet. Thankfully, a video tutorial is included that makes this blanket easy to make and not intimating at all. Get the pattern for this blanket from Daisy Farm Crafts.
2. Bernat Lumberjack Crochet Throw
I was surprised to learn that this was a crochet pattern. This Lumberjack throw has a knit appearance with a skill level of easy. This throw blanket would make a great housewarming gift. Get the pattern for this blanket from Yarnspirations.
3. Bernat Hibernate Blanket
These free Hibernate blanket patterns come highly rated by the Yarnspirations community. If you visit the pattern, you’ll find photos from people who have made the blanket, and I must say, the finished results are absolutely stunning. Get the pattern for this blanket from Yarnspirations.
4. The “One Step Beyond” Blanket
Okay, this blanket is definitely on my list of things to make. What a stunning handmade blanket. While I wouldn’t say this blanket is perfect for beginners, it is written out in a very easy-to-understand manner. This blanket would make a wonderful gift for someone special in your life. Get the pattern for this blanket from Martin Up North.
5. Red Heart Golden Waves Throw
This throw uses a reverse weave pattern. The skill level is listed as intermediate, so if you’re a beginner, you’ll want to take that into consideration before buying yarn for this project. Get the pattern for this blanket from Yarnspirations.
6. Celtic Afghan
One of my favorite yarn companies is Lion Brand. I love their yarn, and their website is filled with great free crochet patterns and awesome kits. I’ve actually ordered quite a few kits from Lion Brand. If you like the look of this blanket, keep in mind that the pattern is ideal for the intermediate+ skill level. Get the pattern for this blanket from Lion Brand Yarn.
7. Simple Crocheted Blanket Go
Mama in a Stitch is one of my favorite crochet blogs. You can’t go wrong with one of her patterns. This warm and cozy blanket can be made in a baby size or throw blanket size. Get the pattern for this blanket from Mama in a Stitch.
8. Midwinter Blanket
Do yourself a favor by clicking through to view this Midwinter blanket. The photo below doesn’t do it justice. This blanket is stunning. The texture is thick and cozy, making this the perfect blanket to cuddle up with on those chilly evenings. Get the pattern for this blanket from Rich Textures Crochet.
9. Crochet Mini Basketweave Blanket
Sewrella is another one of my favorite crochet blogs. I love how thick and chunky this blanket is. A super helpful video tutorial is also included. Feel free to change your hook size and yarn size to give your blanket a different feel. Get the pattern for this blanket from Sewrella.
10. Winter Chunky Ribbed Crochet Afghan Pattern
If you’re looking for a simple and minimalist crochet blanket project, try this Winter Chunky Ribbed crochet afghan pattern. This blanket uses super bulky yarn, so it works up quickly. Get the pattern for this blanket from Mama in a Stitch.
11. With All My Heart Blanket
How creative and cute is this With All My Heart blanket? I have to make one of these for myself. Once I get the hang of the pattern, I’ll probably be making one as a gift too. Get the pattern from The Hat and I.
12. Super Fine Sampler
This crochet blanket is absolutely stunning. I love the pattern and colors used for this Super Fine Sampler blanket. This blanket uses sock yarn, with each stripe taking up one ball of sock yarn. Get the pattern from The Hat and I.
13. Vintage Crochet Afghan
This vintage crochet afghan is gorgeous. This pattern is for a pretty native motif blanket. The skill level is not included; however, I’d say this pattern is for the experienced crocheter. Get the pattern from Past Patterns Palooza (no longer available).
I hope you’ve enjoyed this roundup of cozy crochet blankets. There’s nothing like cuddling up with a blanket handmade with love.
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