12 DIY Projects: Crochet Blankets

My last crochet pattern roundup post. *Sniff sniff*

This edition is all about the blankets or throws. I’ve found some of my favorites on Pinterest and now I will share them with you.

  1. I’m actually in the process of making this blanket. But with different colors. 🙂 via Margo Knits
image source: Margo Knits
image source: Margo Knits

2.  Herringbone throw via All Free Crochet Patterns

source: all free crochet
source: all free crochet

3.  Striped blanket via Felted ButtonI think this may be my next blanket pattern. 🙂

image source: Felted Button
image source: Felted Button

4. Simple color blocked throw via Rescued Paw Designs

Image source: Rescued Paw Designs
Image source: Rescued Paw Designs

5. Ripple Afghan via All Free Crochet 

image source: All Free Crochet
image source: All Free Crochet

6. Beginner Squares afghan via Lion Brand

image source: Lion Brand
image source: Lion Brand

7. Chunky crochet blanket via A Lively Hope

image source: A Lively Hope
image source: A Lively Hope

8. Granny Square baby blanket via Daisy Cottage Designs

image source: Daisy Cottage Designs
image source: Daisy Cottage Designs

9. Lazy Waves via All Free Crochet. I really love the colors in this one. 

image source: All Free Crochet
image source: All Free Crochet

10. Seafarer’s Blanket via Michaels

image source: Michaels
image source: Michaels

11. The Mermaid blanket via The Whoot

image source: The Whoot
image source: The Whoot

12.  Diamond Stitch throw via Happy in Red

image source: Happy in Red
image source: Happy in Red

 

That’s all for the crochet patterns. For now at least. Check out my other posts on, hats, hand warmers, and scarves.

 

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15 comments on “12 DIY Projects: Crochet Blankets

    1. I didn’t think I could but, I taught myself from watching you tube videos on the basics and then asked around for help on the harder things. It’s worth a shot if you really want to learn. 🙂

    1. It’s really easy once you get the hang of it, it’s just the starting part that’s tricky 🙂 I’ve had fun co-hosting with you too!

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