Patchwork Squares Blankets Knitting Patterns

9 Patchwork Squares Blankets Knitting Patterns for Relaxation


I don’t know about you, but I love patchwork patterns. I associate it with the warmth of the house, moreover, each one is unique. Each separate square can have its own story, and that’s wonderful! Just make a lot of beautiful squares and combine these squares together. Look at these wonderful patterns and fall in love with Patchwork Squares Blankets. I’m sure you’ll choose your favorite!

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1. Rose Garden

  • Designed by Brenda York

This lovely patchwork blanket knits with multiple squares of different colors. You definitely can choose any palette you like and combine them freely. You’ll get a 47½ x 57 inches or 121 x 145 cm beautiful soft and cozy flower field that will warm you up in winter evenings.

free knit blanket pattern

PHOTOS by Berroco, Inc. /

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

2. Prism Blanket

  • Designed by Joelle Hoverson and Gaby Bush for Purl Soho

The patchwork design is on the fashion top now, and it’s good to have some elements at home for an extra stylish view. For example, you can knit this amazing prism blanket that will fit any room. It works in one piece, and there is detailed instruction. The knitting pattern is free. So, don’t worry, and put this post into your savings.

free knitted blanket pattern

PHOTOS by Purl Soho /

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

3. Mirror Knit Along

  • Designed by Fran Morgan

This pattern is very funny and adorable and what’s more, you can do it in many different ways! The combination of vivid colours with calm colours like grey looks wonderful. You can keep the sequence and scheme or make each square different and create your own colourful Mirror Knit Along!

Mirror Knit Along Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Fran Morgan /

The pattern is unfortunately unavailable 🙁 The information about it was on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Scandinavian Winter Knit-Along

  • Designed by Nicola Valiji

If you are looking for a warm and cozy blanket for cold evenings, this one will be perfect for you! The homely pattern will warm up any room, so it will be a great addition to Scandinavian-style interiors. The purple and pink colors will look perfect in a white room. Moreover, I’m sure that making a Scandinavian Winter Knit-Along is a pleasure!

Scandinavian Winter Knit-Along Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Nicola Valiji /

Find the original PAID pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

5. Square Share

  • Designed by Kate Davies and Felicity Ford

This Square Share pattern is absolutely amazing! Each square is different and unique, so doing every square is a new adventure! I’m sure you won’t get bored! Choose your favorite colors and start doing this wonderful project today.

Square Share Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by KDD / Knitsonik /

You will find this free pattern Ravelry.

6. Optic Blanket

  • Designed by Kristina McGowan for Purl Soho

Now it’s time for something perfect for people who like minimalism. This minimalist aesthetic Optic Blanket will look great in a modern apartment. The geometric pattern is very original because it creates a wonderful optical illusion! I hope you like it! It’s one of the most exciting patchwork squares blankets!

Optic blanket Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Purl Soho /

You will find this free pattern here

7. Vivid Square Blanket

  • Designed by Tin Can Knits

If you love combining different and multicoloured squares into a coherent whole, then this blanket will surely amaze you. The original pattern with a floral motif is really beautiful. You can make it in the colours of a rainbow or your favourite colour scheme, for example in different shades of pink!

Vivid Square Blanket Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Tin Can Knits /

You will find this pattern Ravelry.

Check out for more ideas here in the Knitted Patchwork Blankets Free Knitting Patterns post.

8. Spring Blanket KAL

  • Designed by Nicola Valiji

If you’re a fan of CAL projects, you might also like KAL, which stands for Knit-Along. This cheerful spring blanket pattern will come in handy when it’s getting warmer, but you still want to cuddle up sometimes. The blanket is both warm and breathable to keep you comfortable. Plus, the pattern is simple enough and you have plenty of time.

A knitted blanket with different colors of yarn on a couch.

PHOTOS by Nicola Valiji /

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

9. Strips and Stripes Blanket

  • Designed by Amy Gunderson

This patchwork knit blanket is a simple yet charming accessory that’s perfect for cold evenings. Whether you’re a beginner looking to improve your skills or an experienced crocheter who just wants to do a little patchwork, this pattern is for you. The wide color palette makes the blanket really fun and is sure to brighten up your room.

A cozy and warm knitted blanket drapes over a comfortable wooden chair, adding a pop of color to any room.

PHOTOS by Amy Gunderson /

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

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