Are you looking for a unique and beautiful crochet blanket pattern? In this post, I have put together a collection of 20 interesting blanket patterns that I love!
This round up explores a bunch of pattern ideas, the blankets are made up of a variety of different techniques and stitches – including filet crochet, overlay crochet, interlocking crochet, Tunisian crochet, blankets that have a lace pattern, and even those made with individual motifs (think granny squares and hexagons!) that a joined together to make a blanket.
They are a good mix of modern, contemporary and classic patterns. You will be able to find a pattern as simple or as complex as you’d like. There are beginner friendly patterns and some that you will be able to challenge yourself with. They feature unique stitches and techniques and show off the creativity of the designers who designed them. I am certain that you will find something you like!
Some of these afghan patterns are available for free while the others can be purchased for a small fee.
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Photo Credit: www.lillabjorncrochet.com
Tatsiana is one of my favorite designers and is a master of the Overlay Crochet technique. This beautiful stained glass blanket uses overlay crochet and is made up of post stitches to create the outline and a beautiful background of any color or colors you like.
Photo Credit: www.tinnacrochet.com
Tinna’s mosaic crochet patterns are the best! I love the little details she includes in her tutorials. Her border technique to hide ends in her mosaic blankets is amazing! This Indiana Afghan is one of my favorite patterns from her collection. It uses a different set of colors for each section so the individual sections stand out!””
The Madhu Blanket uses overlay stitches and Tunisian techniques to create a honeycomb effect. The border is created in sections after the middle is complete. This one looks a lot more complicated than it actually is. There are a lot of fun elements to it so, if you are comfortable with Tunisian crochet, this is a fun project to try!
Photo Credit: https://haakmaarraak.nl
The little Lily Baby Blanket is made of individual hexagons which are all joined using the join-as-you-go method. This can be a great stash buster or if you have one of those color packs that contain tiny skeins of multiple colors, this would be a perfect project to make with them! The pattern comes with a photo tutorial along with written instructions to help you make your own blanket.
Photo Credit: https://nanascraftyhome.com
Made up using post stitches, chain and puff stitches, this lovely blanket has a unique border and tassels are added to give it its final finishing touch!
Photo Credit: https://cypresstextiles.net/
This blanket is made using Granny square motifs with a plain border. The squares are then joined together to make this evergreen blanket.
Photo Credit: https://jototheworld.com
This beautiful baby blanket uses the Lemon Peel Stitch – a combination of single and double crochet stitches. Made using a lightweight sport yarn this blanket is a great blanket for summer packed with texture for interest.
Photo Credit: https://warmestwelcomescrafts.com/
This stripy blanket is made using a modified version of the Trinity Stitch. The pattern comes with detailed written and photo tutorials to help you get the hang of how this stitch is created.
Photo Credit: https://lakeviewcottagekids.com
The Michelle blanket is made using the Suzette / Thicket Stitch. It was created using different color yarns from the designer’s stash and so the stripes are different sizes. You could use your stash in a similar way or plan the size of your stripes with new yarn!
21. (Bonus) Tunisian Sampler Blanket by KnitterKnotter
Here’s a bonus that is one of my most popular Tunisian Crochet patterns. It is a sampler blanket that is made up of different squares which all use a different Tunisian stitch. The pattern is designed to teach Tunisian crochet. You start with the very basic stitches and work your way up to some complex techniques. Each of the 25 squares comes with instructions on how to make them, including written instructions, and photo and video tutorials!
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