Ripple Cozy Crochet Blankets
Autumn and winter are getting closer and closer, so crochet blankets are the basis to wrap yourself up in the evening and feel warm with a cup of your favourite tea in hand. See these beautiful patterns and choose the best blanket for you or your loved one!
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Ripples In The Pond Throw
- Designed by Jessie Rayot
Creating ripple blankets is not hard work, but look at the result you will get! This marvelous throw is made with a free crochet pattern, and the skill level is easy. Its finished size is 44 x 55 inches or 112 x 139.5 cm — big enough to wrap in and relax.
Photos by Jessie Rayot / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on yarnspirations.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
- Designed by Petal71
Ripple blankets usually have a recognizable wavy design that makes them special. But what if to play with them and create something new — make a square, for example? You can carry out this experiment with a free ripple crochet blanket pattern by Petal71— the new look with a well-known stitch. Enjoy!
Photos by Petal71 / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.
Crunch Stitch Ripple Blanket
- Designed by Daisy Farm Crafts
There are a lot of simple crochet patterns that are easy to follow, but you get fabulous results. For example, this free crochet ripple blanket pattern by Daisy Farm Crafts impresses with the texture, but it’s affordable even for beginners. Learn the crunch stitch and enjoy your crocheting!
Photos by @yarnnika87 / Instagram.com
Find the original free pattern on daisyfarmcrafts.com, or read more about yarnnika87’s project on Instagram.
I Didn’t Have The Spoons
- Designed by Lucy of Attic24
The famous free neat ripple blanket pattern can be the source of self-care and self-confidence. It’s a simple pattern with a great result. You’ll crochet a lovely colorful blanket and see that even if you do not have great experience in crocheting, you can do nice things and should continue to develop in your favorite hobby. Enjoy!
PHOTOS by @simchasjewels / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on attic24.typepad.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
- Designed by Carmen Heffernan
This free ripple crochet blanket pattern is much easier than it looks. It uses a combination of two basic stitches and a one-row repeat. When you crochet a few rows, you will say, “Thank you for sharing this fun project!” Not at all!
Photos by Carmen Heffernan / ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on anniedesigncrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Family Size Blanket
- Designed by Ashlea Konecny
If you like spending evenings with your family in front of the TV watching your favorite TV series or show, you will appreciate this free ripple blanket pattern. It describes how to crochet a vast, family-size blanket to cuddle up on the sofa and relax together. There is also instruction for a baby blanket, so don’t worry if you want to crochet a smaller one.
Photos by Ashlea Konecny / ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on hearthookhome.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Double Sweet Ripple Blanket
- Designed by naztazia
This blanket is really sweet! It’s easy to make, works up fast, and gives a lot of room for experimentation with colours. Double Sweet Ripple Blanket uses double stitch to create a ripple effect. It’s perfect for a gift or a stunning centerpiece of your living room.
Photos by naztazia / ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on naztazia.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Ripple Crochet Blanket Pattern No Longer Available 🙁
- Designed by simplycollectiblecrochet
This blanket is very funny and beautiful. It will look fantastic on the bed, so it is not only warm, but is also a great decoration. Wonderful! Choose the colours of the yarn you like the most and make such a beautiful blanket!
Photos by simplycollectiblecrochet / simplycollectiblecrochet.com
Find original free pattern on simplycollectiblecrochet.com- Pattern no longer available.
Fluffy Ripple Blanket
- Designed by Yarnspirations
This blanket is so fluffy and cuddly. I think wrap yourself up in this blanket is the best you can do during bad weather. It’s really thick and fluffy, perfect for winter evenings! It is also an ideal gift idea for a person who loves warmth!
Photos by Yarnspirations Design Studio / yarnspirations.com
Find original free pattern on yarnspirations.com.
Make sure to also check out: Woodland Crochet Blankets Patterns
Modern Ombre Blanket
- Designed by crochetkim
If you like to cover up with a blanket when you’re watching your favorite show, but you’re not a fan of big, heavy blankets, then this Modern Ombre Blanket is perfect for you! This blanket is airy and really awesome. Perfect choice for intermediate.
Photos by crochetkim / crochetkim.com
Find original free pattern on crochetkim.com.
Random Waves Blanket
- Designed by Yarnspirations Design Studio
Such cozy blankets and the one in the pictures below are not only great decorations on your bed, but also a great gift idea! You can create blanket in favourite colours for each member of your family. Not to mention how great it is to snuggle under it after a long day!
Photos by Yarnspirations Design Studio / ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on yarnspirations.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Make sure to also check out: C2C Crochet Afghan Blocks and Blankets
Bean Ripple Blanket
- Designed by nainaimakes
Ripple blankets are simply timeless, don’t you think? Simply take a look at the pictures below, the colorful waves really catches the eye and make the perfect gift idea for your friends or a baby shower! It’s made using acrylic yarn, however feel free to use cotton or wool, to make it maybe a little less chunky, but more breathable.
Photos by nainaimakes / nainaimakes.com
Find original free pattern on nainaimakes.com.
Diagonal Ripple Lapghan
- Designed by Jennifer Renaud
This gorgeous lapghan in the pictures below has the most amazing texture I’ve seen in a while! Jennifer Renaud did such a great job creating this pattern. If you like to work blankies from corner-to-corner and enjoy making chevrons, this pattern will be lots of fun! So make sure to enjoy and let me know what colors did you use!
Photos by Jennifer Renaud / ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on acrochetedsimolicity.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.