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Free Mile a Minute Crochet Pattern Ideas

Colorful Panels Baby Blankets

Whether you need a blanket and accessories for your own baby, or you want to give someone else a beautiful, special gift, this blanket will be a surefire success. While it looks very intricate, the mile a minute crochet pattern is relatively simple and will allow you to work up the blanket quickly, so don’t hesitate! I love the colors, but feel free to change and customize them for either gender. You can choose delicate pastels or make it go with the nursery decor. You may also mix colors to get the desired effect, but remember to stay creative. The links to free patterns are under the photos.

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Mile a Minute Crochet Pattern Ideas

Mile A Minute Chairback Cover

How can you use the mile a minute crochet pattern when you don’t want to make a blanket or an afghan? Here is a great idea for you! Make this nice chairback cover and breath new life into your old furniture. Fine updates with minimum effort. The link to the free pattern is under the photo.

Skills: Easy Designer: Christa Lynn

free Mile A Minute crochet baby blanket pattern

Photos by Christa Lynn / Ravelry.com

Go to the video tutorial: Mile A Minute Chairback Cover. More info here.

 

Mile a Minute Crochet Blanket Patterns

Mighty Mile-A-Minute Crochet Calendar Blanket 2021

The main idea of this blanket is to crochet one color stripe a month in different colors. They will describe your mood or the weather outside your window, and you’ll get a unique blanket as a result. This one is colorful and joyful, but you can use any colors you like. 

Skills: Easy Designer: Jayda InStitches

Mile A Minute blanket free crochet pattern

Photos by kelleyjogirl / Ravelry.com

Mighty Mile-A-Minute Crochet Calendar Blanket 2021

A mile-a-minute stitch stripe is a perfect basis for your creativity. You can choose any color combination and make a unique mile a minute crochet blanket that fits your interior. Here you’ll find a video tutorial that will show you the process step-by-step. The link to the free pattern is under the photo.

Skills: Easy Designer: Jayda InStitches

Mile A Minute blanket free crochet pattern

Photos by nausika-a / Ravelry.com

Mile A Minute

What a beautiful lacy design of a mile a minute crochet blanket! It usually crochets with more bulky yarn, but this variant looks so airy and lightweight! It will be good as a stroller blanket for summer or warm mid-season days. The link to the free pattern is under the photo.

Skills: Easy Designer: Crochet with Clare

free Mile A Minute crochet blanket pattern

Photos by Eniarolretrop / Ravelry.com

Go to the pattern: Mile a Minute Blanket. More info here.

Free Mile a Minute Afghan Patterns

Mile a Minute Celtic Weave Afghan

Crocheting a free mile a minute afghan is a double pleasure as, firstly, it’s free, and secondly, very customizable and open to your creative ideas. This crochet blanket pattern comes with a detailed video tutorial for right- and left-handed people, so there is no chance of not finishing the project. Enjoy! The link to the free pattern is under the photo.

Skills: Easy Designer: Meladoras Creations

free Mile A Minute afghan pattern

Photos by Meladoras Creations / Ravelry.com

Go to the pattern: Mile a Minute Celtic Weave Afghan. More info here.

 

Mile a Minute Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns

Mile A Minute Crochet Baby Blanket

If you’ve never tried to make a mile a minute crochet blanket, start with this pattern. It has a clear description of the process and links to a clear video tutorial on how to join mile-a-minute stripes. You’ll see, it’s an easy project and gets a lot of fun. The link to the free pattern is under the photo.

Skills: Easy Designer: SewMe-Crafts

free mile a minute crochet pattern

Photos by SewMe-Crafts / Ravelry.com

Go to the video tutorial: Mile A Minute Crochet Baby Blanket.

Easy Breezy Mile A Minute Baby Blanket

What is good in a mile a minute crochet baby blanket is the possibility to make it in any desired size, because you can just add more stripes if you need a bigger one. It works fast and is a wonderful stash-buster. The bright colors of this blankie and its cute border with bobbles look very cute, so make sure you save it for the future. 

Skills: Easy Designer: Christa Lynn

Mile A Minute crochet baby blanket free pattern

Photos by Christa Lynn / Ravelry.com

Go to the video tutorial: Mile a Minute Baby Blanket. More info here.

Mile A Minute Baby Afghan

The free mile a minute crochet pattern by Caron Design Team is like a blank canvas for your imagination, so get inspired! Multi-colored yarn adds a lot of character, creating eye-catching, but still harmonic effect. 

Skills: Easy Designer: Caron Design Team

Mile A Minute baby afghan free crochet pattern

Photos by dlthomas53 / Ravelry.com

Go to the pattern: Mile a Minute Baby Afghan. More info here.

Mile A Minute Baby Afghan

This project is a perfect example that a free mile a minute afghan can be very versatile, but still look adorable. Linen, taupe, and rust look so stylish and fit almost all modern interiors. It is a gender-neutral decision, so if you are just waiting for a baby or crochet blankets for sale, take note of this idea.

Skills: Easy Designer: Caron Design Team

free Mile A Minute baby blanket crochet pattern

Photos by jsmommy27 / Ravelry.com

Go to the pattern: Mile a Minute Baby Afghan. More info here.

Mile A Minute Baby Afghan

Check out this mile a minute crochet baby blanket if you like bright colors, or if you are looking for a color palette perfect for a little girl. You can easily make such an afghan with the free crochet pattern by the link below the photo, so start today. It can be an ideal gift for a baby shower, don’t you think?

Skills: Easy Designer: Caron Design Team

free Mile A Minute crochet baby blanket pattern

Photos by cylima / Ravelry.com

Go to the pattern: Mile a Minute Baby Afghan. More info here.

Mile A Minute Baby Afghan

Mix white and blue to get the perfect blanket for your baby prince or princess, because these colors are royal! As you can see, you can join any color with white to get a delightful blanket, and pastels are definitely recommended for nurseries!

Skills: Easy Designer: Caron Design Team

Mile a Minute Baby Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

Go to the pattern: Mile a Minute Baby Afghan

Pastel and White Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

You can mix a lot of colors freely to get a joyful effect, so keep it in mind when working on your next project. A very colorful baby blanket is always a great idea for a baby-shower gift, because it fits most interiors. Here, 10 rows in 5 colors were used to get this delightful effect and it certainly does the job, doesn’t it?

Skills: Easy Designer: Caron Design Team

Pastel and White Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Photos by darestoknit / Ravelry.com

Go to the pattern: Mile a Minute Baby Afghan. More info here.

Soft Shell Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

If you like the Mile a Minute Blanket, check this pattern out as well, because it is very similar. In addition, it’s enriched with an interesting joining between straps which gives us even more possibilities for mixing colors.

Skills: Easy Designer: Marilyn Losee / Caron International Yarns

Soft Shell Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Photos by kginger / Ravelry.com

Go to the pattern: Soft Shell Baby Blanket

Other Colorful Panel Patterns

Rainbow Panels Baby Throw

Although it’s not Mile a Minute crochet pattern, it’s definitely worth the try, because wide panels with subtle openwork create a dreamy baby blanket every little bundle of joy would fall in love with. We love how originally the panels are joined here, so take a look at the photos. The colors look awesome together as well – will you give it a try?

Skills: Easy Designer: Lion Brand Yarn

Rainbow Panels Baby Throw Free Crochet Pattern

Photos by Lion Brand Yarn / Ravelry.com

Go to the pattern: Rainbow Panels. More info here.

 

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15 comments

Lenora Sokal 30 March 2018 at 3:08 pm

I love the pattern.

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Cindy Jackson 18 April 2018 at 6:18 pm

Would love to see the tutorial for this pattern

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Pam 12 July 2018 at 5:50 pm

I just got an email from Pinterest saying that my pin of this was deleted because of copyright issues. So I pinned again to see what happens.

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Janet Fiorentino 14 August 2018 at 7:38 pm

Nice pattern

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Amy Graham 14 August 2018 at 9:30 pm

Je l’aime bien!

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jENNY BOOTHBY 19 September 2018 at 1:24 am

THIS PATTERN APPEARS TO BE SO EASY AND UNIFORM TO MAKE ,,,,BUT IS A BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF WORK FOR POSTERITY!
IT WOULD BECOME A FAMILY HEIRLOOM.

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jENNY BOOTHBY 19 September 2018 at 1:25 am

I AM IN AUSTRALIA AND AM ABSOLUTELY STOKED TO SEE SUCH BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS..

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dan butterfield 19 February 2019 at 9:07 pm

I would like t try this.

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Kayleen 29 May 2019 at 3:41 am

I cannot find the patter any suggestions

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Agyness 4 June 2019 at 7:03 pm

Hi, thank you for your comment. A link to the free pattern is under the NAME of the pattern at the end of the post or there is a name of a pattern + visit a PATTERN SITE”

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Ruth Baker 20 July 2019 at 12:34 pm

Thank you Pinterest for beautiful crochet patterns. I live in Ausralia and I do find it difficult to find the patterns. I am not really tech savvy.

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AE Castleton 9 October 2019 at 3:34 pm

Love the “mile a minute” baby blanket pattern and both this and the pastel colourways. The “soft shell” take on the pattern is also very effective visually. Love the versatility of this group of patterns for baby blankets- so many possibilities. Thank you so much for sharing ??❤️

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karen linkous 9 October 2019 at 3:59 pm

They are beautiful

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Waldfee 9 October 2019 at 9:38 pm

This is a really lovely pattern for a baby. I like the many possible varieties in size and color. Have to find a suitable baby for this : )

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Doreen Caulder 18 August 2022 at 3:27 am

I can’t follow the directions on the second panel. Can you help me or send me a tutorial.

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