A collage of different crocheted diamond blankets in different colors.

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Put a little sparkle in your crocheting.

Diamonds and rhombuses are an excellent alternative to traditional orthogonal squares, and consequently are a great addition to your blanket-making arsenal.  Although they may seem a bit more complex due to their odd angles, they are not any harder. As a matter of fact, they are easy enough that each of these blankets can be attempted by a beginner who’s got a bit of gumption. Therefore, don’t be afraid and please enjoy these beautiful, artistic and fun diamond blanket free crochet patterns.

Velvet (Ribbed) Diamond Blanket

To begin with, this project is made using the Ribbed Diamond Blanket pattern. This pattern is especially interesting, because it mainly uses texture to delineate the constituent diamonds from one another.

Velvet Diamond Blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

Ribbed Diamond Blanket

more info about project photographed here.

Prismatical Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Whereas blankets and afghans are usually made of squares or hexagons, here is a different take on the panelled crochet blanket. Made of diamonds, it certainly is a wonderful piece. Indeed, coupled with color and the intersecting diagonal lines, this blanket is guaranteed to be a hit and a valued decorative piece.

SkillsEasy        Designer Craftling Designs

prismatical blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

Diamond Quilt C2C Graphgan

Lastly, this diamond blanket uses the simple C2C technique to achieve a delicate, disjointed pattern of diamonds on a solid background. What’s more, the intermittent use of hollow diamonds further stresses the solidity of the background.

SkillsEasy        Designer Tamara Kelly

Diamond Quilt C2C Graphgan

The full article about this pattern is here:

Diamond Quilt C2C Graphgan

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