Autumn Lattice Throw Knitting Pattern

Welcome fall and hello chunky, snuggly, knit blankets! Today’s free knit blanket pattern features a modern diamond “lattice” stitch pattern and it works up quickly with super bulky yarn and large knitting needles. It’s made with basic knit and purl stitches and it holds your interest as you watch the lattice and seed stitch textures emerge. Yay!

See the full, free pattern below, or you may choose to purchase the printable, ad-free version from Etsy HERE or the kit from Lion Brand HERE. Mamas Maker Members can grab their printable from the library HERE.

Beautiful, snuggly texture on this timeless blanket that works up quickly. Welcome fall!

I guess it’s becoming a bit of a tradition on the blog to make a new, knit blanket for fall and winter. It’s that time of year when we want to curl up with our yarn, our tea, and make something cuddly. It’s the BEST time of year!

You might remember a couple of my autumn blankets, the Fall Cuddler and the Modern Mountains Throw (here). Did you make either of these?

Furry boots, autumn air, and a chunky knit blanket. Life is good.

This year’s Snuggly Autumn Lattice Throw is kind of fun because the stitch pattern is totally modern yet timeless. Much like the previous patterns, this one has a variety of textures to keep you interested, but it’s not so complicated that you’d want to throw it aside. Ha!

While it’s made with basic stitches, I wouldn’t suggest it for total beginners. You do need to be comfortable with counting stitches on some rows. It’s also helpful to understand what the right and wrong side of the blanket is (if you’ve never dealt with that in a pattern). These are simple things, but simple for folks who are comfortable with the basics. If you’re a new knitter, try this one instead.

There are two sizes available for this blanket. You can also make this your own by adding more seed stitch, more lattice, or whatever your knitter heart desires.

I wrote the blanket pattern in two sizes as I know a lot of you like to choose between a smaller version that will use less yarn, and a larger version.

While this one is made with the color cream (one of my fave colors!), you can easily make this in any color that you like. I prefer to use light colors when there’s texture like this as dark colors can often “hide” the texture. With that said, you can certainly use any color you want and make it your own! What color would you use?

If you love this blanket and you’ve never knit, you can totally learn! You can see my how to knit tutorial and video HERE. Once you learn to knit and purl, you can come back and make this blanket. If you want a simpler one, try my Quick & Cuddly Throw HERE or my Native Stripes Blanket HERE.

Let’s hop to the pattern and get our autumn knit on!


Snuggle up this fall with a cozy throw featuring a stunning, modern diamond lattice stitch pattern and lofty texture.  Made with basic stitches, it’s easy enough for most knitters and adds an on-trend look to your favorite chair or bed. Because it uses large yarn and needles, it works up quickly too! Beautifully modern and perfectly timeless, but most importantly – snuggle worthy! Two sizes available.


Small Throw Size:

8 skeins of Lion Brand Yarn Wool Ease Thick & Quick in Fisherman 170 g/skein Kit HERE in several color options

  Pattern uses approximately 1,322 grams

Large Throw Size:

14 skeins Lion Brand Yarn Wool Ease Thick & Quick in Fisherman 170 g/skein Kit HERE in several color options

  Pattern uses approximately 2,250 grams

US Size 15 (10 mm), 36” or longer, circular knitting needles


Tapestry needle to weave in ends

Sizes (approximate):

Small Throw: 42.5” X 46”

Large Throw: 51” X 64”


Approximately 8 sts and 12 rows in 4” X 4” of stockinette stitch

Pattern Notes:

Repeat pattern between the asterisks *  * in rows where they are included.

This fun, textured blanket is made with the stockinette stitch, seed stitch, and a diamond stitch pattern. The diamonds are worked over an eight row repeat. The stitches used are simple, but it is important that you keep track of your rows for this pattern!   If you would like to adjust the width of the blanket, keep in mind that the center pattern must be a multiple of 8 stitches plus 1 extra, excluding the garter stitch edges for the border (6 sts on each side).  This stitch pattern isn’t reversible, so there is a wrong side and a right side.  To adjust the length, simply knit for more or fewer rows while following the stitch pattern (keep yarn needs in mind when changing the size). If you’re experienced, feel free to make this your own by adding more seed stitch, more diamonds, or your own stitch patterns, etc! Finish with the Final Garter Edge. Have fun and get ready to snuggle up!

Abbreviations (US) & Skills:

k -knit

p – purl

st – stitch

sts – stitches

RS – right side

WS – wrong side


For the Small Throw size, cast on 85 sts

For the Large Throw size, cast on 101 sts

Stitch count remains the same throughout the pattern

Repeat the pattern between the asterisks * *

Beginning Garter Edge

Rows 1 – 14 Knit each st across the row.

Stockinette Section

Row 15 Knit each st across the row.

Row 16 Small Throw size K6, p73, k6. Large Throw size K6, p89, k6.

Rows 17 – 24 Repeat rows 15 – 16, working stockinette stitch.

Diamond Stitch Section

Row 25 k6, *k4, p1, k3*, k1, k6. (RS)

Row 26 k6, p1,*p2, k1, p1, k1, p3*, k6 (WS)

Row 27 k6, *k2, p1, k3, p1, k1*, k1, k6

Row 28 k6, p1, *k1, p5, k1, p1*, k6.

Row 29 k6, *p1, k7*, p1, k6

Row 30 k6, p1, *k1, p5, k1, p1*, k6

Row 31 k6, *k2, p1, k3, p1, k1*, k1, k6

Row 32 k6, p1, *p2, k1, p1, k1, p3*, k6

Rows 33 – 56 Repeat rows 25-32, in that order, working the diamond stitch pattern.

Row 57 Repeat row 25.

Stockinette Section

Row 58 Small Throw size K6, p73, k6. Large Throw size K6, p 89, k6.

Rows 59 Knit each st across the row.

Rows 60 – 67 Repeat rows 58 – 59, working stockinette stitch.

Seed Stitch Section

Row 68 k6, *k1, p1, repeat across to last 7 sts, k1, k6.

Row 69 – 72 Repeat row 68, working the seed stitch pattern.

Stockinette Stitch Section

Rows 73 – 82 Repeat row 59 once, then 58 and 59, in that order, working the stockinette stitch pattern.

Next, follow the pattern below according to the size that you’re making.

Small Throw Size Blanket

Repeat rows 25 – 82, 1 more time.

Large Throw Size Blanket

Repeat rows 25 – 82, 2 more times.

Final Garter Edge (both sizes)

Finish the blanket by knitting the last 14 rows in order to match the Beginning Garter Edge.

Cast off and weave in ends. Yahoo! Block to shape and size as desired.

Optional Tassels or Poms:

Add large pom-poms or tassels for a more dramatic look if you’d like.

I hope you liked this snuggly pattern! High fives for fall and all the cozy throw blankets. I’d love to hear if you make one on Facebook or Instagram!



If you liked this, you might also like:

Fall Cuddler Throw Knitting Pattern HERE

Winter Cuddler Throw Knitting Pattern HERE

Thank you to Lion Brand yarn for sponsoring this post! All opinions are 100% my own.

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  1. I would like to see the “wrong” side of the blanket. Can you text or email me a picture?

  2. Your projects are always beautiful. My problem is that I only crochet. I don’t know if I could teach myself to knit now or not. I would enjoy seeing your works of art again. Thank you.

  3. Hi Jessica – loving the blanket. Can I ask if there’s a misprint here – Rows 69-72 – should we repeat Row 68 not 58??

    1. As it’s a seed stitch section, it’s row 68. (Row 58 belongs to a stockinette section.)
      This blanket is so beautiful and timeless it’s absolutely worth making. I don’t like circular needles but this pattern makes me overcome my aversion. I’m going to make it in cream. Or maybe a light grey! Traditional colors.

  4. Hi Jessica Can’t wait to knit this as it is SO beautiful. Going thru the instructions though I am confused. Where it says Row 69 – 72 Repeat row 58, working the seed stitch pattern. Should this not say Repeat row 68???????

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