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New Crochet Blanket CALs 2024 to Spend Time with Soulmates

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If you didn’t try Crochet Blanket CALs last year, you have plenty of opportunities now. Crochet Along projects are known for their ability to create not only works of art, but also communities of crocheters. These patterns give you the opportunity to crochet a piece simultaneously with other crocheters around the globe. If you are already excited, scroll down!

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1. Ipsa Tunisian Blanket CAL

  • Designed by Arunima Goel

A stunning crochet blanket made from 30 crochet hexagons. The designs are super intricate and, therefore, interesting to work on. It’s a chance to take your skills to the next level, so don’t miss out. The first patterns are already released so you can start right away. This crochet CAL is best suited for those who are already at an intermediate level.

A picture of a rug with different designs on it.

PHOTOS by Arunima Goel / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on knitterknotter.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

2. Christmas Mosaic Blanket

  • Designed by Nicole Riley

Blanket crochet-along for those who want to try mosaic crochet. The Christmas motif gives this blanket a winter feel, and if you don’t have one of these, you can make one now. The CAL has already started and will last all year, so it’s going to be an interesting journey. The most important thing is not to be afraid to share your progress and contact with other crocheters.

Two pictures of a girl holding a blanket in the grass.

PHOTOS by Nicki’s Homemade Crafts / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on nickishomemadecrafts.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

3. Astons CAL January

  • Designed by Ashley Laird

A cute crochet blanket for beginners. This CAL has 12 pieces and is actually easy to complete. If you’re just trying your hand at crochet or want to start your blanket CAL journey on a small scale, this challenge is for you. All you have to do is follow the instructions and wait for the next part of the pattern. As far as materials and tools go, any yarn with an appropriate hook will do.

A picture of a lego blanket with a yellow ice cream cone on it.

PHOTOS by Ashley Laird / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

4. Whimsical Birdy Flower Baby Blanket

  • Designed by Joanita Theron

If you’d like to sign up for some blanket CALs but don’t want to make big pieces, consider starting with this baby crochet blanket. It’s not as big as some of the others but still requires concentration and careful work. The project is really interesting to crochet and you will find that you overlook the time going by. Gauge is not critical for this piece and it will be suitable for beginner to intermediate crocheters.

A crocheted afghan with birds and flowers.

PHOTOS by Joanita Theron / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on creativecrochetworkshop.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

5. Annatjie’s Garden Throw

  • Designed by Joanita Theron

A very detailed crochet blanket that will not only improve the atmosphere of your home, but your skills as well. This pattern is a CAL challenge that starts on February 20th. If you haven’t started a CAL yet, this is a good opportunity to do so. The pattern is suitable for intermediate crocheters as well as confident beginners. Just take your time and make sure you’re following the steps correctly.

Two pictures of a truck with a colorful crochet blanket CALs on it.

PHOTOS by Joanita Theron / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on creativecrochetworkshop.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

6. Sarah Crochet Blanket

  • Designed by Iman van der Kraan

This crochet blanket has the vibrant atmosphere of the Middle East. If you love the ambiance of Aladdin stories, you should definitely give it a try. The pattern is offered in 17 parts as a CAL challenge. The CAL starts on March 21, so you’ve got some time to think about it. The pattern will be available in 11 languages and in both UK and US terms.

Two pictures of a crocheted afghan on bricks, showcasing the intricate craftsmanship.

PHOTOS by Iman van der Kraan / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on haaksteek.nl, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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