Interesting Crochet Blankets

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Discover Interesting Crocheted Blankets – make a unique home accessory, or start a new family tradition.

Designers love coming up with new ideas for Interesting Crochet Blankets. This category shows various versions, color combinations, and stunning stitches. No wonder it is one of the most popular out there. 

Making a blanket can be a challenge, but it can also be a relaxing activity. You try out new techniques and follow complicated patterns, but you can watch your favorite TV shows in the meantime. 

Either way, the final product is something to be proud of, because time and patience created a unique home accessory. Speaking of which – blankets, throws and bedspreads are my favorite way to spice up the interior! Simply by putting it on the couch, you can evoke more coziness or playfulness.

These accessories will become the heart of your living room and an element of family life. It would be a lovely family tradition to make a blanket and pass it on for generations. Some of you may not remember, but that’s how it used to be in olden times. Check out the examples below and get inspired!

Links to free patterns are under the pictures.

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Interesting Crochet Blankets

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1. Hudson Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

The simplest crocheted hexagons can together create an amazing modern blanket, so be sure to try it. The project you see in the photo is among the best crochet baby blanket patterns. If you look closely, you can see that the border stitches look like tiny puff stitches or bobbles. Such a crochet blanket border fits not only this blanket but is worth saving in the library for future projects.

Hudson Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Go to the pattern: Hudson Baby Blanket

2. Stash Buster Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

This stunning stitch is a version of Apache Tears stitch, which is one of the most interesting geometric stitches. As you can see, this blanket features a new color in every row and still looks amazing! Once you’re done with it, be sure to add an easy border, because it’s all it needs. This blanket is finished with moss stitch edging, but you can use crochet borders and edgings you like.

Stash Buster Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Go to the pattern: Stash Buster Blanket

3. Simply Sweet Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

This lovely stitch is enough to create a sweet baby blanket because it adds both texture and warmth. The size and shape of this project are easily adjustable, but remember to choose the right crochet hook. If you know how to crochet a granny square, this stitch pattern will be easy to learn. Use a couple of colors or ombre yarn and watch the color flow!



Simply Sweet Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Go to the pattern: Simply Sweet Baby Blanket

4. Fruit Cup Fade Free Crochet Pattern

Some free crochet blanket patterns use color as the hero, and this project is one of them. As you can see, the yarn is dyed in an irregular way and creates these great effects. You can easily adjust blankets made with simple moss stitch, so choose blanket sizes you like. Make them as big as throw blankets, square blankets, or tiny baby blankets.

Fruit Cup Fade Free Crochet Pattern

Go to the pattern: Fruit Cup Fade

5. Honeycomb Ripple Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Tunisian honeycomb ripple? It sounds like three different projects in one, but it’s stunning. This free crochet afghan pattern is worth noticing because tunisian crochet is very versatile.

If you’re having problems learning from written patterns, try watching video tutorials. There are tunisian blanket designs that will blow your mind, so be sure to learn more about them.

Honeycomb Ripple Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Go to the pattern: Honeycomb Ripple Baby Blanket

That’s all for today, and we hope that we managed to inspire you. Remember that crocheting your own blanket is not hard, especially if you choose one with a simple stitch. You don’t need more than basic techniques to create a stunning handmade piece.

Think about the people you love and how great it would be to make a personalized blanket for each one of them. Focus on simple designs and heavier yarn to speed up the process, or dive deep into the intricate patterns. Either way, hopefully, your journey of crocheting will be full of joy and learning.

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