Making a beautiful color block knitted blanket is one of the best ways to embellish your home decor and make any of your rooms more bright, inviting, and stylish. You can make such a blankie a focal point of the room. It’s the first place you look at and it somehow defines the style in the room, therefore you can make a more modern blanket and it will help you create a more modern vibe. And above all, they are very universal, you can make one for yourself or gift it to your friends and family! I love sweet blankies!
1. Rocky Mountain Sampler Blanket
- Designed by Jessica Reeves Potasz
Look at this marvelous blanket with so much texture on it! It will be a fun project as the free knitted blanket pattern combines various stitch combinations and color designs. Make it now and enjoy its warmth and coziness while the evening chill.
PHOTOS by Jessica Reeves Potasz / Ravelry.com
2. One Row Throw
- Designed by Premier Yarns Design Team
Welcome an easy to make one row throw knitting pattern that will help you create a stylish piece for your home. Its color block design makes it perfect for any interior, as you can choose the best matching palette. And you’ll practice color-changing techniques while working on this project. Enjoy!
PHOTOS by Premier Yarns / Ravelry.com
3. Mega Moss Blanket
- Designed by Emily Bolduan
You’ll appreciate this free knitted blanket pattern if you love the moss stitch as I do. The color block design opens a wide range of opportunities for your fantasy: you can choose bright colors or pale, mix two colors, or all different. This blanket will be a perfect gift for a newborn or your friend who likes to spend evenings wrapped in a soft throw.
PHOTOS by Emily Bolduan / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.
4. Log Cabin Blankie
- Designed by Rachel Brockman
The Log Cabin Blankie is an easy, relaxing project. Knitted with garter stitch, it works modularly, so you can watch your favorite series or TV show and proceed to make it. The color palette is fantastic, and the color block knitted blanket pattern is free. Make one for your baby or as a gift! Everyone will adore such a beautiful soft blankie.
PHOTOS by Rachel Brockman / Ravelry.com
5. Terra Blanket Free Knitting Pattern
This sturdy and really simple (but extremely eye-pleasing) blanket is a wonderful couch throw as well as a lovely bedspread to embellish your home decor. Above all, you can easily play with the colors and make it in any color combination you want! I have to try it sometime soon!
6. Colorblock Jute Stitch Blanket Free Knitting Pattern
This amazing vibrant, juicy color is really a statement piece, that will not only create a great, modern and stylish vibe in your room, but also is so soft and cosy to snuggle under it! In other words, if you have a free afternoon, be sure to try this lovely blankie!
7. Forest Spirit Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern
This amazing blankie is not only very simple and fast to make, but also is amazing for spring / summer time, when you need a light and airy blankie to cover yourself a little when it gets windy and chilly. Be sure to try this one!
8. Parquet Pattern Blanket Free Knitting Pattern
Parquet floor are back in fashion once again. I must admit, that this motif in a blanket is really appealing to me, because it’s a great combination of classic design with a modern touch. Above all, you can gift it to your family and friends. I really recommend trying this beauty!
9. New Super Easy Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern
This gorgeous blanket is a minimalist dream – the stitches are just beautiful and create a lovely mosaic of the best colors. Moreover, it’s totally gender neutral, so you can easily gift it to a baby shower! Above all you can easily adjust it to any size you need, because it’s a repetitive and easy pattern.
10. Fine Lines Blanket
- Designed by Keith Foster for Purl Soho
Elevate your home decor with the Fine Lines blanket, featuring a simple yet sophisticated design. Choose your favorite main color, select a contrasting shade and start knitting to create this stunning piece. The minimalist style of this blanket is guaranteed to bring a sense of calm and serenity to your room. The pattern is available for free!
PHOTOS by Purl Soho / Ravelry.com
11. Join-As-You-Go Checkerboard Blanket
- Designed by Caron Design Team
The simplicity of the square pattern is a recipe for success! Its uncomplicated design and muted colors create an amazingly beautiful result. This square knitted blanket uses the join-as-you-go technique, which makes it incredibly easy to make. If you’re an adventurous beginner looking for a project that’s both accessible and satisfying, look no further. This is the perfect opportunity to embark on a knitting journey and create something truly remarkable.
PHOTOS by Caron Design Team / Ravelry.com
12. Seed Stitch Baby Blanket
- Designed by Sarah Gross
If you want to learn how to knit a beautiful baby gift, here’s the answer. This baby blanket has a fun texture and allows you to practice simple color changes. It’s also a great opportunity to learn the seed stitch. It’s a beginner-friendly knitting project, so don’t be afraid to get started. The free step-by-step tutorial will get you started quickly.
PHOTOS by Sarah Gross / Ravelry.com
13. Midnight Blanket
- Designed by Amy Kate Sutherland
Consider the situation. It’s almost midnight, you’re still awake in bed, the guitar is playing something French in the background, and that cozy blanket is keeping you warm. The Midnight Knitter Blanket can bring that atmosphere to you whenever you want. Start this handmade project with the free knit pattern and feel like you are in a fairy tale.
PHOTOS by Amy Kate Sutherland / Ravelry.com
14. Chevron Knit Baby Blanket
- Designed by Spruce Hill Knits
Chevron knitting is a fabulous technique that creates a stylized look. This great blanket uses it and is great for knitters who want to try something new. Once you get the hang of it, the project will work quickly. Plus, the pattern is free and very easy to follow. Just follow the directions and get started today!
PHOTOS by Spruce Hill Knits / Ravelry.com
15. Brava Stripe Blanket
- Designed by Yay For Yarn Patterns
Stripes never go out of style. The design of this blanket allows you to work with colors and experiment with their combinations. You can also choose the self-striping yarn to make it easier for you. And if you have a lot of scraps, this is a great way to use them up. Follow the step-by-step knitting instructions and have fun.
PHOTOS by Yay For Yarn Patterns / Ravelry.com
16. Acorn Blanket
- Designed by Au bout du pré
Learn to make a colorful knit blanket with this beginner-friendly pattern! Made with blocks of different colors, it looks creative and is eye-catching. Plus, it’s a great way to try out that new yarn you’ve been meaning to use. If you’re looking for a cozy piece to keep you warm this winter, give it a try! It’s really easy with this step-by-step knitting pattern.
PHOTOS by Au bout du pré / Ravelry.com
17. Hudson’s Simple Throw Blanket
- Designed by See Love Share
Embark on a cozy knitting journey with this beginner-friendly project – a cozy blanket that will warm both your heart and your home. Designed for beginners, this simple blanket is perfect for adding a touch of personality to your space. Choose playful colors to add character to your creation and ensure a functional and cherished piece for years to come. The easy-to-follow pattern is free.
PHOTOS by See Love Share / Ravelry.com
18. Colorful Checkerboard Throw
- Designed by Tori Gurbisz
If you seek comfort, learn to knit a throw! Made with mitered garter stitch squares, this piece offers seamless elegance. The project requires no seams and you join the squares as you go. Plus, you can always customize it to your style by adjusting the dimensions or experimenting with different yarn weights. Dive into the joy of knitting with the free knit blanket pattern.
PHOTOS by Tori Gurbisz / Ravelry.com
19. The Incredible Blanket
- Designed by Hiromi Glover for Purl Soho
Cheer up with this colorful knitted blanket pattern! Grumpy days call for cozy accessories, and this project lets you create one with your own hands. All you need to do is find as many colors of yarn as you can and follow the instructions in the free pattern. This piece is sure to open your heart to colors you’ve never loved before, so take a chance and give it a try!
PHOTOS by Purl Soho / Ravelry.com