Modern Crochet Blanket Patterns

There are so many crochet blanket patterns out there, but today I wanted to share some of my favorite, modern patterns from the blog. Some of these are quicker to make than others, but they each have a unique beauty and style. Crochet blankets have come a long way since the 70’s throws (which I equally love, by the way). Here are some modern, pretty options if you’ve been itching to crochet a blanket. (Simply click the picture to head to the free pattern)

Wintertide Throw Blanket Crochet Pattern

The ultimate sampler blanket, full of texture, stitch work and coziness.

Cabin Stripes Throw Blanket Crochet Pattern

A classic, camp blanket inspired throw that works for gals and guys alike. The gorgeous herringbone stitch makes this almost appear to be knit or woven.

Luxe Bobbles Blanket Crochet Pattern

Bobbles and crazy soft yarn make this awesome for us adults, but perfect for babes and toddlers too.

Chunky Icelandic Blanket Crochet Pattern

One of the most popular blankets on the blog, this throw works up quickly and easily.

Go To Blanket Crochet Pattern

This pattern is indeed a go-to. Perfect for last minute gift giving!

Yellow Brick Road BLanket Crochet Pattern

The granny stitch is hip as ever, and this blanket has a vintage vibe that’s still modern as can be.

Diagonal Diamonds Blanket Crochet Pattern

If you’re wanting to try a new stitch, look no further than the beautiful diagonal diamonds on this blanket.

Vintage Lola Throw

Follow the video tutorial to make a beautiful, vintage style throw.

You might also like my Nora Granny Square Blanket HERE!

Do you enjoy crocheting blankets? While they do take some time and dedication as they are big projects, I think they are super useful and fun. I hope you enjoyed checking out these modern options. Happy blanket making!



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  1. Thanks for posting this collection of crocheted blankets. I love them all! Hubby and I are still self-isolating (eight months now) and I’m afraid that it will go on for a long time. The good thing is that I’ll have time to crochet a couple of those blankets. I see the light at the end of the tunnel, when making beautiful things with hook and yarn. It’s so relaxing. Your patterns are excellent. Thank you. Mila from Sweden

  2. Thank you for the crochet blanket patterns. More time to crochet during stay safe at home, I send them to Soldier’s Angels in San Antonio for our active service and veterans.

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