Two pictures of a velvet crocheted blanket with tassels.

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There’s nothing more cozy than a velvet blanket

Although you can’t use it everywhere, velvet yarn is an amazing material for blankets that are warm, snuggly and (Ha!) velvety to the touch. Consequently, they are highly sought where wrapping up in a comfortable soft blanket is a must. However, if you simply like to have a thick, luxuriant blanket around, there’s simply no better choice. What’s more, there is also a lot of room to customize colors and textures, so you don’t need to worry that these wonderful projects will become monotonous.

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. Combined with the velvet yarn, this is a blanket fit for a king.

Velvet Diamond Blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

Ribbed Diamond Blanket

more info about project photographed here.

Crochet Velvet Post Lines Throw

Cozy AND textured, this velvet blanket is the absolute king of bulkiness and drape. Truly, it’s the perfect companion for a lovely evening, a hot tea and your favorite book.

Crochet Velvet Post Lines Throw

The full article about this pattern is here:

Crochet Velvet Post Lines Throw

Ogee Stitch Afghan

Lastly, don’t you think that the wavy design of this afghan is spectacular? Indeed, straight edges are not the only possibility, and tassels are great way to finish off this amazing velvet blanket. It’s definitely the most decorative one shown today.

Ogee Stitch Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here:

Ogee Stitch Afghan

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  1. The Ogee stitch velvet blanket looks so soft.I’m looking forward to making it!!!!!!

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