I love cuddling up under a warm blanket on a cold evening with some yarn and a crochet hook. And maybe a cuppa tea. If the blanket is hand made, well that’s even better! In that spirit, I’ve collected some great cozy blanket patterns for crocheting on cold nights.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Jacket + Blanket = Janket! by KatyDCreations
As winter comes we find ourselves wearing more and more layers. I really wanted to make something that had multiple uses, and so was born the Janket!”
2) It’s a School Night Night Child’s Blanket by Underground Crafter
“The It’s a School Night Night Child’s Blanket is sized to meet Project Night Night’s donation guidelines. But, of course, you can always use it as a child’s blanket or throw at home, and I’ve included stitch multiples so you can adjust this simple pattern to your desired size.”
3) Nautical Waves Throw by Kim Guzman
Kim never fails to amaze me with her beautiful Tunisian crochet designs. This pattern has links to videos to help you along.
4) Thick and Quick Throw by Posh Pooch Designs
This pattern includes many tips on how to crochet with Homespun yarn.
5) Flower to Hexagon Granny by Jessie At Home
This was the first pattern on my blog, and it’s still one of my most popular. My daughter sleeps with it on her bed to this day.
6) Striped Stash Buster Blanket by Simply Collectible Crochet
“When I started this stash buster blanket, I wanted something handsome for my son’s room. He’d just turned 4 and was ready to graduate from the toddler decor and I was definitely excited about that.”
7) Sweet ‘n’ Sassy by Designs from Grammy’s Heart
For those crisp mornings or late evening snuggles, Sweet ‘n’ Sassy will wrap you in cuddly warmth.
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