A light, cotton yarn paired with a classic crochet stitch makes this the perfect, cottage chic blanket. Light and soft enough to use as a baby blanket, it can also double as a cozy lapghan or throw. Add some farmhouse or cottage vibes to your space with this timeless piece. Easy to make in any size, it's completely customizable.
Spring Vibes Baby Blanket
When I designed this baby blanket, the snow just started melting and the fresh grass shoots were showing up in places. I wanted the Spring Vibes Baby Blanket to reflect just that. The white and grey blanket reminds me of the melted snow and the green, busy edging resembles the fresh grass. For this blanket, I use 2 strands of double knit yarn held together, one strand of white and one of grey, and the granny stripe stitch for the pattern. For the border, I use just one strand of double knit yarn in green and the layered scallops border.
Quiet Ripple Lapghan
I love cosying up under a blanket or throw to read a book, watch an old movie or just have a cup of tea! Crochet this simple, two row repeat, ripple lapghan which is just the right size for keeping warm while curled up on the sofa. Perfect for confident beginners or if you are looking for a simple but classic project. This pattern uses a chunky yarn to make a warm but lightweight lapghan. The use of one colour throughout the project makes for a modern look with a hint of retro vintage. The acrylic yarn chosen is inexpensive but beautifully soft.
Cozy Cotton Crochet Throw
From the blogger: Crochet a cozy cotton throw for the summer time with this easy pattern! This beautiful crochet throw would look cute in any room of the house or use it as a cover up during those chilly summer nights. The cozy cotton throw is made using a simple one stitch repeat and can be made in a day. Grab your favorite soft cotton yarn or any other worsted weight yarn and get ready to make this crochet throw. It's sure to become a family favorite!
Diagonal Ripple Lapghan Free Crochet Pattern
"For the Diagonal Ripple Lapghan, I modified the Diagonal Chevrons Lapghan pattern to create a different chevron or ripple look. Many crocheters love working the classic crochet ripple pattern in BLO to create a neat ridge effect so I gave it a whirl when working on the bias. If you love to work crochet blankets from corner-to-corner (also known as working on-the-bias) and you love crochet chevrons, then you will really enjoy this lapghan pattern."
Westerly Beach Cottage Throw
This beautiful cottage throw in the pictures below was made by the super talented Stacy’s Stitches and it's such an incredible, chunky and warm project! What's more, it breathable, machine washable and dries up so fast! Not to mention how luxuriously squishy it is!
Photos by Stacy’s Stitches / ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on stacysstiches.com, or read more about it on Ravelry