Lodge Woven Throw Blanket Crochet Pattern

This Lodge Woven Throw Blanket Crochet Pattern creates a beautiful, lux, modern blanket that is the warmest and coziest. Some crochet stitches are just stunning, and the double crochet moss stitch used in this pattern is one of them!

See the full free pattern below, or you may choose to purchase the convenient ad-free printable pattern HERE, or the kit from Lion Brand Yarn HERE.

Woven Moss Stitch Crochet Afghan

There is nothing better that warming up by the fire with a cup of cocoa and your favorite, warm fuzzy blanket. This throw looks like it belongs in a pretty mountain lodge and adds that same, comfy vibe to any space. Grab your cup of cocoa and get ready!

Double Moss Stitch Crochet Blanket Pattern
Fit for a mountain lodge!

Using a simple pattern repeat, it works up quickly (yay!) with super bulky yarn and a large crochet hook. If you know how to double crochet and make a chain stitch, you are good to go with this fall and winter throw.

One of my all time favorite crochet stitches is the moss stitch (here). It uses single crochet stitches with chain stitches between. But I had never tried out the extended double crochet moss stitch, and figured it could be really pretty when worked with a big yarn. I’m so pleased with how it turned out!

How Do I Crochet The Extended Double Moss Stitch?

This is such a simple stitch once you get the first row or two down. You will literally make a double crochet stitch, then a chain stitch, then another double crochet. You’ll repeat this across the row. For the following row, you will work the same pattern and place the double crochet stitches into the chain spaces.

It makes such a BEAUTIFUL fabric! And it’s especially luscious with this throw pattern using the super bulky yarn and large hook.

What Yarn Do I Use To Make This Chunky Woven Look Crochet Throw?

I used Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick (kit here) which is a super bulky #6 yarn. The variegated colorway adds a lot of interest, but this would look amazing in a solid color as well.

Truthfully, this pattern lends itself to some subtle striping even! Be creative and make this your own.

Okay, let’s get to this double moss stitch gorgeous Lodge Woven Throw!

Remember you can grab the convenient, ad-free printable of the Lodge Woven Throw Crochet Pattern on Etsy by clicking (HERE)!


The look of time honored weaving meets modern comfort with this crocheted, cozy, rich, Lodge Woven Throw.  The ultimate relaxation project, this blanket works up quickly and easily with simple crochet stitches. 

The lofty fabric and variegated yarn add beauty and texture to any space in your home.  Customize your colors, and cuddle up by the fire with your crochet!  Perfect for gifting or keeping for yourself.


8 (11) Lion Brand Yarn Wool Ease Thick & Quick 87 yds and 140 g/skein super bulky #6 in Moonlight Kit available HERE (in many color options)

  Pattern uses approximately 980 (1400) grams

US size P 11.5 mm crochet hook


Tapestry needle to weave in ends

Size (approximate):

Lapghan: 40” x 35”

Throw: 40” x 53”

Follow directions throughout the pattern for the size you are making. The smaller size is listed first, followed by the larger size.

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


Approximately 7 stitches and 6 rows of long double crochet linen stitch used in pattern

in 4” x 4”.

Pattern Notes:

This throw is crocheted from the bottom up using the lovely long double crochet linen stitch.

Yarn amount listed includes enough for tassels or pictured fringe on both sizes (1 skein extra for the fringe is included, although it will use less than the skein)

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

sc – single crochet

hdc – half double crochet

dc – double crochet

Ldc – long double crochet – work a double crochet (dc) in the st one row below the previous row.  The stitch will be worked over the previous row.

Lodge Woven Throw Double Moss Stitch Free Crochet Pattern

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

Ch 70 (70)

Row 1 Dc in 4th ch from hook (3 chs count as the first dc st), *ch 1, sk next ch, dc in next ch; repeat from * to end.

Row 2 Ch2 (counts as 1st hdc), turn; Long double crochet (Ldc) in beg ch below next ch-sp, ch 1,*skip next st, Ldc in skipped ch one row below next ch sp, ch 1; repeat from * across to last 2 sts, skip last st, hdc in last st.

Row 3 Ch 2 (counts as hdc), turn, Ldc in dc below the next ch, ch 1, *skip next stitch, Ldc in dc one row below next ch, ch 1; repeat from * across to last 2 sts, skip last st, hdc in beginning ch2 of previous row.

Repeat row 3 until blanket reaches approximately 35” (53”), or your desired length. Tie off and weave in ends.

That’s all there is to this lovely blanket!

Optional Fringe:

•Cut two strands of yarn approximately 10” long

•Hold the strands of yarn together, and fold them in half

•Pull folded section through the fabric at the end of the blanket so there is a “loop”

•Pull the ends of the strands of yarn through the fold or loop

•Tighten to secure

•Place fringe approximately 1.5” to 2” apart

When finished, trim the fringe neatly so it’s straight and pretty at the bottom.

There are many tutorials that can be found online on how to make fringe by conducting a simple search if you need more help!

I hope you loved making this pattern! Now you get to enjoy your cozy blanket. 🙂

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