Forest Lodge Chunky Throw Blanket Crochet Pattern

This “Forest Lodge Throw” is such a great go-to pattern to make, and it’s so warm and cuddly! Using super chunky yarn in the color of your choice, you’ll use an easy, textured stitch pattern to make this rustic, timeless blanket. It’s quick and easy to crochet with a big hook and yarn!

You can see the free pattern and picture tutorial below, or you may choose to purchase the ad-free printable HERE, or the kit (in many color options) from Lion Brand HERE.

Look at that texture, and that beautiful yarn!

The forest is a cozy, peaceful, beautiful place, and this blanket was made with this inspiration. I feel so lucky to live in the forest, and see the beauty of the trees throughout the times and seasons.

The color I chose for this blanket is not only beautifully rustic like the forest, but this color also happens to be right on trend. Apparently in home design there’s a desire for more organic colors. I LOVE this! And while I think your style shouldn’t depend on what’s trending, and should fully depend on what you love and like, I personally think this is a beautiful color to add to any space.

Such a great pattern for anyone – man, teen, girl, lady, friend, family! This is one of my favorite spots in our home. The chair is right next to windows that look out into the forest trees. Heaven!

At the SAME time, you can make this in any color you like! I love the Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick because there are TONS of color options (see them all HERE).

I’m going to share the full, free pattern, but I’m also happy to let you know that I have a video that can help you along with the stitch pattern used in this blanket!

This blanket uses the even moss crochet stitch, and I’ve linked to my picture tutorial on how to do it below. While this blanket is made with a larger hook and yarn, you will work the pattern the very same.

The even moss stitch is one of my very favorite crochet stitches because of it’s clean lines, and nice texture. Sometimes with crochet you get “holes” in the fabric, but this is a nice “holeless” fabric, which I love for a warm blanket. It’s a good one!

The stitch is also just a one row repeat once you get going, which is great to unwind and relax. It’s also totally beginner friendly.

Step By Step Photo Tutorial of Even Moss Stitch used in this blanket HERE:


How To Crochet The Even Moss Stitch used in the blanket Tutorial HERE

Now for the pattern!

Remember that you may also choose to purchase the ad-free, printable PDF pattern from Etsy HERE.

Your new go-to, this stunning, warm, wooly blanket features an all over textured stitch pattern and beautiful yarn. Whether you’re spending your days in a forest cabin or cuddled
up in your living room, it’s the perfect piece to keep you cozy. This blanket works up quickly
with super chunky yarn and a large crochet hook. Easy enough for new crocheters, yet
enjoyable for anyone! It’s simple to adjust the size to your liking, and available in MANY color

6 (10) Lion Brand Yarn Wool Ease Thick & Quick 106 yds and 170 g/skein super bulky #6 in
Kale Pattern uses approximately 1020 (1700) grams (Convenient Kit in many colors HERE)
US size P 11.5 mm crochet hook
Tapestry needle to weave in ends

Size (approximate):
Lapghan: 41” X 30”
Throw: 41” X 50”
Follow directions throughout pattern for the size you are making.
The smaller size is listed first, followed by the larger size. S (L)

Size can be adjusted. See “Pattern Notes” for more details.

Approximately 6 stitches and 4 rows of even moss stitch (used in pattern) in 4” x 4”.

Pattern Notes:
This throw is crocheted from the bottom up using the beautiful even moss stitch. It’s very easy to make this blanket in any size you’d like with some simple adjustments!

Size Adjustments: To adjust the width of your blanket, you will want to start with a longer or
shorter chain in a multiple of 2. To make your blanket longer or shorter, you’ll simply crochet
more or fewer rows until your desired length is reached. Keep yarn needs in mind if you
adjust the size of your blanket.
Have fun!

Abbreviations (US) & Skills:
ch – chain
st – stitch
sl st – slip stitch
hdc – half double crochet

Note the two size options have the same width, and therefore the same starting chain. The
length is different.

Ch 64 (64)
Row 1 Sl st into 2nd st from hook, *hdc into next ch, sl st into next ch; rep from * to end, ch
1, turn.
Row 2 Sl st into 1st st of row, hdc into next st, *sl st into next st, hdc into next st, rep from *
to end making a sl st into the final sl st. (The slip stitches are always worked into the slip
stitches, and the hdc stitches are worked into the hdc stitches)

Repeat row 2 until blanket reaches approximately 30” (50”), or your desired length. Tie off and weave in ends.

That’s all there is to this lovely blanket!

Enjoy your new, forest lodge worthy blanket!



If you liked this, you might also like these other chunky crocheted blanket patterns:

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This post sponsored by Lion Brand Yarn. All opinions are my own.

Forest Lodge Chunky Throw Blanket Crochet Pattern

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One Comment

  1. I’m confused with the pattern.
    On this pattern Row 2 says “Row 2 Sl st into 1st st of row, hdc into next st, *sl st into next st, hdc into next st, rep from *to end making a sl st into the final sl st.”
    And on the page with the picture tutorial it says “Row 2 Sl st into 2nd st from hook, hdc into next st, *sl st into next st, hdc into next st, rep from * to end making a sl st into turning ch, ch 1, turn”.
    So is it the 1st or 2nd stitch from the hook and do you chain 1 or not?

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