Crochet this loop stitch chevron throw which is just the right size for keeping warm while curled up on the sofa. Perfect for intermediate crocheters or confident beginners looking for an interesting, textured crochet blanket project. This pattern uses a worsted weight yarn held double to make a warm, snuggly throw. The use of one colour throughout the project makes for a modern look while the stripes of crochet loop stitches add a hint of retro vintage. The yarn chosen is a wool / acrylic mix and is inexpensive but beautifully soft and cosy."
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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.
Sofa Sweet Sofa
Use this free crochet blanket pattern to make a fun couch blanket for everyone in the family to enjoy!
From the blogger:"Sofa Sweet Sofa is a cozy crochet sofa throw that is quick to make and oh-so luxurious to use. This blanket is great to nap under, and it can also be shared. The yarn is soft and fluffy, thus making the throw warm and comfy. The giant shells give it a fun look and also make it quick to crochet. In addition, it's perfect for cuddling under with Amir the Elephant, whom I shared with you a few weeks ago!"
Mountain Spring Blanket
The Mountain Spring Blanket features some really easy crochet stitches and is such a beautiful and simple design with bobbles. This is a 4 row repeat but it is actually really easy to follow and to remember and because this blanket pattern is made up of mainly double crochet stitches which makes it really quick blanket to crochet up even if it is done in Aran yarn. For the Mountain Spring Blanket I used scrap yarn in five different colors and then used a white yarn every 4th row and for the border. Perfect for beginners and for the more advanced crocheter.
The Retro Baby Blanket
The Retro Blanket is a beautifully simple take on the basketweave stitch with a textured border to give a pop of colour. It's perfect for either boys or girls for the on trend gender-neutral look at the moment. The Retro Baby Blanket is made in soft, washable yarn and fun retro colours, and this basketweave stitch blanket is a must for any new arrival. Made from a central panel and a cute textured edging, the blanket grows in no time at all.
Moon Shadow Blanket
A cosy night in isn’t complete unless you're snuggled under a big, soft blanket! This simple, modern blanket is crocheted using one simple stitch - the herringbone double crochet. When this stitch is repeated it gives a beautiful woven-look to the fabric. The project uses a chunky yarn that stitches up quickly without creating a blanket that is too heavy or bulky. The yarn chosen for this project is inexpensive and a classic, good quality acrylic / wool mix. Perfect for beginners or if you are looking for an easy and modern project.