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Kate is a designer and content creator, specializing in crafts and textile-related topics. She runs the Crochetpedia website, where she shares her crochet patterns, teaches through video tutorials, and researches crochet techniques. The experience as a pattern designer and education in fashion helped her better understand the world of textiles and handicraft. Kate comes from the family of makers, knitting and sewing from the early age. She lives by the Polish seaside with her partner and a dog.

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Delicate color palettes, soft yarn, and interesting stitches – you will find all of these and much more in today’s collection of free patterns for Subtle Crochet Blankets. These designs will work great in many different versions, such as baby blankets, bedspreads, throws… let your creativity guide you! Be sure to save this collection to your gift idea library, as these will make the bestowed smile from ear to ear. Adding such an accessory to your interiors can seem a minor change, but I assure you – accessories are the key to great decorating! You can easily change the vibe in a room by adding soft and cozy crocheted items.  These patterns do not require advanced crocheting skills, so all you beginners out there, try them! Links to free patterns are under the pictures.

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Colorful Crochet Blankets with Free Patterns

Subtle Crochet Blankets

What a brilliant combination of colors! Isn’t it so one of a kind? We haven’t seen blue mixed with violet and gray in a long time. On top of that, this delightful blanket is decorated with our favorite bobble stitch. The author behind You Should Craft is our new idol!

Bobble Stitch Crochet Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are available on You Should Craft:

Lacy Round Ripple Blanket

The top photo is on @youshouldcraft’s Instagram here.

Polka Dot Blanket

Here is one more absolutely charming example of a bobble stitch crochet baby blanket. If you want to get to know this exciting technique, this pattern by Daisy Farm Crafts should surely become your go-to. Practice makes perfect, remember!

Polka Dot Crochet Blanket

The original pattern is available on Daisy Farm Crafts:

Polka Dot Blanket

The photos are on @clarabell.co’s Instagram here and here.

Lacy Round Ripple Blanket

This simple round blanket is worked from the center to the outside, so try using ombre yarn and you will surely get an amazing, almost hypnotizing effect. Heather Tucker went for neutral and pastel shades we all love. Will you do the same?

Lacy Crochet Blanket

The original pattern is available on Mama’s Stitchery Projects:

Lacy Round Ripple Blanket

Spring into Summer Blanket

The corner-to-corner technique gets even cooler when you are using multi-colored yarn. Well, to be honest, we must admit that everything gets cooler in multicolor, so this blanket is not an exception here. It is exceptionally cute though! Susan Carlson rocks.

C2C Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are available on Felted Button:

Spring into Summer Blanket

Beautiful Shells Blanket

Pastel rainbow is what your room needs, evidently. And if, by any chance, you prefer neutral colors, make this lovely blanket for your children’s bedroom! Anyway, you simply can’t do without this pattern by Lahoma Jayne Nally. It is so beautiful!

Shell Stitch Crochet Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry:

Beautiful Shells Blanket

Hopscotch Blanket

Can you believe that this easy, delicate zig-zag pattern is made using a basic filet technique? How awesome is that? We surely admire Tanya Eberhardt’s creativity and impressive skills. Don’t you? Follow in the queen’s footsteps and crochet your own version of this sweet baby blanket.

Hopscotch Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry:

Hopscotch Blanket

Subtle Throws with Free Crochet Patterns

Granny’s Woven Throw

This beautiful throw can be an awesome baby blanket as well! If you are looking for sweet accessories for your first nursery or for baby shower gifts, you should certainly consider using this pattern. Hev’s Home Crochet made it so easy!

Woven Throw

The original pattern and the photos are available on Hev’s Home Crochet:

Granny’s Woven Throw

The bottom photo is on @hevshomecrochet’s Instagram here.

Alissa Easy Throw

There are many free patterns for crochet blankets out there but some are simply more eye-catching than others. Trust us, we would know! This beautiful stitch is so spectacular thanks to the use of subdued yarn that creates irregular stripes. Krista Cagle nailed it!

Crochet Throw

 

The original pattern and the photos are available on Rescued Paw Designs:

Alissa Easy Throw

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