12 of the Best Crochet Throw Blanket Patterns

Many of us graduated from scarves to crochet throw patterns when we were first crocheting, but the beauty of the throw is that it can be easy or challenging depending on the pattern.

Crochet throws remain a favorite gift for many crocheters, too. They’re lovely for baby showers, housewarmings and any other occasion when you want to create a beautiful family heirloom that will be passed down from generation to generation.

Crochet Throw Patterns

Snuggle up in one of these warm, cozy crochet throw patterns.

We’ve rounded up crochet throw patterns that can be customized to be uniquely you!

Wildflower Throw Crochet Pattern

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1. Wildflower Throw

Use basic lace skills to add a pretty little flower to some of the squares in this throw. A variegated yarn like the one pictured here works well, but feel free to try solid colors, too.

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Throwback Throw Crochet Pattern

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2. Throwback Throw

The zigzag ripple pattern gives just a bit of an update on vintage afghans. Complete the throwback element with an old-school color palette or update it with bold colors to give it a more modern spin.

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Timeless Throw Crochet Pattern

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3. Timeless Throw

Some pattern stitches never go out of style. This throw works for any room and any occasion, from housewarming gifts for the living room to a classic wrap for a new baby. Stick with a neutral color like the one pictured here for a true classic.

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Bejewelled Throw Crochet Pattern

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4. Bejewelled Throw

This throw is gorgeous, sure, but it’s also a fantastic way to use up some of those scrap yarns! Dig through your stash and find a color palette that works well for whatever you’re stitching for, whether it’s a throw to freshen up your living room or a gift for a friend.

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Simply Mad Throw FREE Crochet Pattern

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5. Simply Mad Throw

The colors are the star of the show in this pattern. These colors were inspired by Mexican folk art, but adventurous crocheters might want to create their own inspiring palette.

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Chrysanthemum Throw Crochet Pattern

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6. Chrysanthemum Throw

Don’t fret over stitching all these little motifs together. The pattern uses the join-as-you-go method and includes an assembly diagram, so you won’t be too overwhelmed. Plus, the use of the motifs allows you to easily add or subtract to the size of the original throw.

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Mega-Motif Throw Crochet Pattern

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7. Mega-Motif Throw

Tired of crocheting rectangles? Change it up a little with this hexagon-shaped throw. You can customize the size of the hexagon, too. Just keep following the increase pattern until you’ve reached the size you like.

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Cherry Blossom Throw Crochet Pattern

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8. Cherry Blossom Throw

This throw blanket features little clusters of cherry blossoms that give such an interesting texture. The main body of the throw is simple enough; you’ll quickly memorize the stitch pattern and be able to complete it while chatting at stitch group or listening to an audio book.

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Infinity Squared Crocheted Throw Pattern

Photo via Bluprint instructor Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby

9. Infinity Squared Throw

Crafty’s own Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby, instructor for classes like Crochet Technique Toolkit and Quick & Easy Crochet Cables, designed a throw that’s so cool it can double as wall art. Inspired by the manipulation of geometric shapes and colors, this blanket can be stitched in any color you’d like.

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Monet's Garden Throw Crochet Pattern

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10. Monet’s Garden Throw

Looking for a blanket with lots of texture? This join-as-you-go throw is a great way to use up yarn scraps. Your pretty blooms can fit any room that needs a snuggly blanket, from a living room to a bedroom or even a nursery. 

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Dream Weaver Blanket Crochet Pattern

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11. Dream Weaver Blanket

When someone is celebrating a special occasion like a new baby or home, this blanket is the perfect gift. The designer created this blanket especially for those occasions with customization and durability in mind. Plus, the blanket is stitched with a chunky yarn, so you will be finished in no time.

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Floral Hexagon Afghan Crochet Pattern

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12. Floral Hexagon Afghan Throw

Love the vintage feel? This afghan is made up of floral hexagons that are seamed together to create a blanket of whatever size you’d like. It’s also another great project for using up those small scraps of yarn you’ve been holding onto.

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7 Responses to “12 of the Best Crochet Throw Blanket Patterns”
  1. Navi Pillay
    Navi Pillay

    very disappointed… its easier to get patterns from Google search than on this website with premium membership.

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Navi,

      Thank you for contacting us. Patterns are still getting added onto the site. I apologize for the wait.

      Best regards.

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  2. Makigirl
    Makigirl

    I’m having the same issue as Gail. What’s the point of purchasing a premium membership if you can’t access the patterns? Jean

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Customer,

      Patterns will be added to the site on November 15th. I apologize for the wait.

      Thank you,

      Lindsay

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      • Navi Pillay
        Navi Pillay

        perhaps it should say that somewhere… with a facility for a reminder / link to the download being sent when the patterns are available?

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        • Customer Service
          Customer Service

          Hello Navi,

          Thank you for contacting us. Patterns are still getting added onto the site. I apologize for the wait.

          Best regards.

          Reply
  3. Gail
    Gail

    I would like to print one of the 12 free afghan patterns Under “12 of the Best Crochet Throw Blanket Patterns”
    by Ashley Little. When I click on the link “Get the Pattern” (under ANY of the 12), it simply takes me to your main page of classes. How do I get to the pattern I want? Thank you.

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