There’s nothing better than a new, warm and eye catching blanket for a cold evening. However you can use these fantastic crochet blankets in the pictures below all year long! It will look fantastic on your couch, or just thrown casually at your bed. Look at these amazing crochet CAL ideas and make one for yourself and your loved ones.
Filet Fantastic CAL 2021
- Designed by Heather C Gibbs (KCACO.UK)
This gorgeous, colorful crochet blanket in the pictures below was made by Heather C Gibbs (KCACO.UK). It’s a beautiful, uniquely constructed, large throw, that will be released in 12 parts. What’s more, the best part is, that although filet crochet looks super fancy, it’s really simple to make!
PHOTOS by Heather C Gibbs (KCACO.UK) / ravelry.com
The Old Wool Factory Throw Free CAL Starting 1 April 2021!
- Designed by Debbie Hemsley Kaltenbrunn
This gorgeous crochet blanket in the pictures below will take your bedroom decor to the next level! It’s full of texture and incredible, eye catching design. The CAL will start 1 April 2021, so if you feel like it, definitely check this one out! What’s more, the finished size is 162 x 162, so it’s great for a bed spread.
PHOTOS by Debbie Hemsley Kaltenbrunn / ravelry.com
Fiesta Fantasy CAL
- Designed by Alaina Smith
I can’t get enough of vibrant and strong colours, exactly like the ones in the pictures below! This gorgeous blanket is the fantastic work by Alaina Smith and you can have your own version in just couple of weeks! What’s more, the finished size will be big enough to make a lovely bed cape.
PHOTOS by Alaina Smith / ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on Ravelry.
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Wacky Weave Celtic Knots
- Designed by Hilda Steyn
This fantastic celtic knots blanket in the pictures below is a modular project will just 10 different block designs. So it’s up to you to choose which blocks you like the most and create a blankie out of them. The purple colour with this grey base is gorgeous, however feel free to use any palette you like the most.
PHOTOS by Hilda Steyn / ravelry.com