Warm mustard color has been trending both in fashion and interior design for some time now. This deep shade of yellow looks great in so many color palettes! Mustard goes amazingly well with the ultimate basic trio of black, white and grey, but it also works with all kinds of dark blues and greens. Super versatile, right? And the perfect color for crochet blankets designs, too! Wondering why? Well, because it simply makes you feel warm, on the inside and out. Get to work on the exciting projects under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on our Facebook Page and Pinterest in order to discover more creative ideas!
One Step Beyond Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by: Martin Up North
Here we go with the first example of deep yellow shade’s magic. Just look at how it works with the off-white base and the cold dark blue pattern, making this delightful design complete. Do you already see yourself wrapped in this blanket on a cold fall afternoon?
PHOTOS by Marie1Marie / ravelry.com
Drops of Heaven Chevron Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by:Madeline Kemmis
You can use this beautiful pattern to make a snuggly baby blanket or a stylish throw for your sofa to make it even more pretty and, most important, super comfortable. The mustard shade works it magic here coupled with creamy white and light grey. You will find the pattern here.
PHOTOS by Madeline Kemmis / ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on Ravelry.
” Sofia ” blanket
- Designed by passionatecraft2
This fantastic blankie in the pictures below is worked in 3rd loop of half double crochet, so it’s quite beginner friendly. Don’t worry if you’re just starting out with crochet, the photo tutorials will guide you throughout the pattern. This throw comes in 15 different sizes, so let’s get to work!
PHOTOS by passionatecraft2 / ravelry.com
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Chevron with a Twist Blanket
- Designed by Dayna Perry
I love chevron blankies, because they are so universal, practical and beautiful! You can either use them as a stroller walk, or a lapghan. It’s a perfect throw to snuggle up with on chilly evenings! The finished size is 46″ x 61″, however the pattern contains instructions on how to change the size.
PHOTOS by Dayna Perry / ravelry.com
- Designed by Rachele Carmona
This colorful blankie in the pictures below is a fantastic work by elin_bachog. If you’ve tried making the basic Sierra blanket, this will be a really easy project for you! The clever construction starts with striped triangles, which then continue to form a chevron pattern. The finished size is 38x46in.
PHOTOS by elin_bachog / Instagram.com
Blackberry Salad Striped Baby Blanket
- Designed by: Tamara Kelly
This sweet bobble blankie in the pictures below is just a timeless classic. So if you’re looking for a baby shower or Christening gift, we’ve got you covered! Luckily the pattern also includes information on customizing the blankie on your own, so go for it!
PHOTOS by blankets_and_baskets / Instagram.com
Dizzy Bobble Blanket
- Designed by: Brandi Isham
This gorgeous bobble blanket in the pictures below was made by crochetbyjooles. It’s an easy to crochet baby blankie, that’s the perfect combination of delicate,, subdued colors and great, nice in touch texture. The colors are changed every 2 rows. Enjoy!
PHOTOS by crochetbyjooles / Instagram.com