Inspiring Wavy Crochet Throws

21 Inspiring Wavy Crochet Throws

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These gorgeous wavy crochet throws in the pictures below will make a very stylish and elegant addition to your home. They will look absolutely stunning on your couch or thrown on your bed! Choose your own colors and yarn for these projects, and start now! Don’t forget to let me know which color combination you’ll use!

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1. Marled Crochet Chevron Blanket

  • Designed by Christine Laukaitis

This chevron blanket looks especially lovely in this pale palette, with colors flowing one into another. The marling effect makes its delicate design appropriate for any interior. Take the free crochet pattern and make one for yourself or as a gift.

free crochet chevron pattern

PHOTOS by Christine Laukaitis / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

2. Peaks & Valleys Blanket

  • Designed by Crochet Me Lovely

This free crochet wavy blanket is a perfect finding for beginners as it is full of links to photo tutorials on making different stitches. Working on this project will upgrade your crocheting skills a lot. In addition, you’ll get a wonderful colorful blanket for your home.

free crochet wavy pattern

PHOTOS by @crochetmelovely / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on crochetml.com.

3. Baby Sea Turtle Blanket Throw

  • Designed by Mandy Huseth

Push your kids’ imagination, and send them to the sea as brave sailors or diligent fishermen. Or maybe it will be a nice vacation on the beach. Crochet this throw with waves, turtles, and starfish for them using this free crochet blanket pattern. They will be delighted!

free crochet throw pattern

PHOTOS by Mandy Huseth / yarnspirations.com

Find the original free pattern on madebymandy86.wordpress.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Gdańsk Crochet Blanket

  • Designed by little m Expressions

A blanket or a shawl — what will you make with this crochet pattern that is limited-time free? It translates to the beauty of Gdańsk — the port town in Poland. Its design symbolizes the texture of sand, sea weaves, and dimpled sky. To start this project, you need to be an advanced beginner and be ready to learn something new — stitches and their combinations. Enjoy!

free crochet blanket pattern

PHOTOS by Expression Fiber Arts / yarnspirations.com

Find the original free for a limited time pattern on expressionfiberarts.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

5. The Lagoon Blanket

  • Designed by Hayley Hall

If you have missed the sea or love it to the core, create a pleasant remembrance of it — this beautiful blanket with a free crochet pattern. It is ok for beginners and will be fun to make. And you will have a piece of water element at your home.

crochet blanket free pattern

PHOTOS by Hayley Hall / crochetsociety.co.uk

Find the original free pattern on crochetsociety.co.uk.

6. Golden Waves

  • Designed by Yarnspirations

These waves are soft, gentle, and rounded. Importantly, this pattern isn’t so difficult. So it’s perfect for the intermediate level. You can make a scarf or a blanket, or whatever you want, but don’t forget about corner tassels. They’re really charming!

PHOTOS by yarnspirations / yarnspirations.com

Find the original free pattern on yarnspirations.com

7. Juicy Wavy Crochet

  • Designed by richtexturescrochet

This wavy crochet pattern looks very juicy, like fresh raspberries. Vivid and intense colors give a beautiful combination. What’s more, a blanket like that is very cozy, because bulky yarn makes it soft. Of course you can choose different colors and create golden waves of sand, sea waves or a rainbow blanket.

PHOTOS by richtexturescrochet / richtexturescrochet.com

Find the original free pattern on richtexturescrochet.com.

If you like this post, make sure to check out the Baby Waves Blankets patterns.

8. Chevron And Waves Blanket

  • Designed by Maria’s Blue Crayon

Aren’t wavy throws just the sweetest? The wavy design makes them so interesting and eye-catching, don’t you think? What’s more, you can really go wild with the colors, to make it really pop! Like in this pattern in the pictures below, which uses super bright, vibrant colors and a variety of stitches!

Chevron And Waves Blanket

PHOTOS by Maria’s Blue Crayon / ravelry.com

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

9. Little Waves Everywhere

  • Designed by Martha Thompson

Even if you decide to make a blanket with wavy design with mostly just one color, the texture will still pop and look incredible! Just take a look at this amazing project by Martha Thompson in the pictures below! And it’s a super simple crochet blanket with a 2 row repeat. Have fun with it!

Little Waves Everywhere

PHOTOS by Martha Thompson / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

10. Wacky Wave Blanket

  • Designed by Jellina Verhoeff

Colorful crochet wavy throws are just the best for summertime, don’t you think? Whether you go to the beach, or on a hike, they will definitely come in handy! Like for instance this gorgeous throw in the pictures below by Jellina Verhoeff! The finished size is 127cm x 155cm.

Wacky Wave Blanket

PHOTOS by Jellina Verhoeff / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on jellina-creations.nl, or read more about it on Ravelry.

11. Neat Ripple

  • Designed by Lucy of Attic24

This beautiful pink ripple blanket in the pictures below is so stunning! It will be the best gift for a little girl, don’t you think? It’s super snuggle and soft, so it won’t irritate the delicate baby’s skin. It’s safe to say that you will absolutely love it!

Neat Ripple

PHOTOS by createwithme_sa / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on attic24.typepad.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. The top photo is here and the bottom photo is here.

12. Neat Ripple

  • Designed by Lucy of Attic24

If you like colorful, delicate crochet blankets, you will absolutely love this ripple one in the pictures below! It’s such a snuggly and lovely project, that will make the best gift for a baby shower! Feel free to play with the colors, it’s going to be so unique!

Neat Ripple 2

PHOTOS by @by_the_sea_crochet/ Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on attic24.typepad.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. The top photo is here and the bottom photo is here.

13. Neat Ripple

  • Designed by Lucy of Attic24

How adorable is this little crochet blanket in the pictures below, right? It’s made by hooked.on.crochet.16 and it’s the most lovely combination of purple, grey and white. It will be a great gift for both little girl and a boy. It’s the ultimate stroller blankie!

Neat Ripple 3

PHOTOS by @hooked.on.crochet.16 / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on attic24.typepad.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. The photos are here.

14. Picot Blanket

  • Designed by the turtle trunk

This beautiful, colorful crochet blanket in the pictures below was made in as many (or as few) colors as you’d like and can be made in ANY size! It’s a baby-sized blanket, however you can easily adjust it to other sizes as well! The instructions will include a handful of different sizes, plus I tell you how to customize the size!

Photos by the turtle trunk / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on whoshomemade.com. The top photo is here and the bottom photo is here.

15. Avon Throw Blanket

  • Designed by Toni Lipsey

How stunning is this gorgeous throw with adorable bobbles? Take a look at these playful puff stitches on either end of the blanket, which add texture and visual interest. The body is made using only single crochet stitches, allowing you to get into the groove of this quick and easy project.

PHOTOS by Toni Lipsey / Ravelry.com

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

16. Cream Puff Throw

  • Designed by Premier Yarns Design Team

If you’re looking for a super cozy and fun crochet project, we’ve got you covered! Take a look at this stunning throw in the pictures below, isn’t it just lovely? It’s worked in one piece from one end to the other and the edging is simple and elegant.

PHOTOS by Premier Yarns Design Team / Ravelry.com

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

17. Scrappy Blanket II

  • Designed by Marta Mitchell Designs

This pretty crochet blanket in the pictures below was made by Marta Mitchell Designs and it’s a gorgeous piece that you can make using leftover yarn. It’s very easy to remember and it’s a good choice for a first crochet project.

Scrappy Blanket II

PHOTOS by Marta Mitchell Designs / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

18. Water Park Waves

  • Designed by Red Heart Design Team

This pretty crochet wavy throw in the pictures below is another fantastic project by the Red Heart Design Team, and it’s so modern and bold, don’t you think? It’s the perfect blanket for both indoor and outdoor use. It’s best to select two contrasting colors to make sure the design really pops!

Water Park Waves

PHOTOS by Red Heart Design Team / ravelry.com

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

19. Stairs Blanket

  • Designed by Durable Yarn

This pretty crochet blanket in the pictures below is the work by Durable Yarn and it works up super fast! Make sure to pick your favorite colors and make your own, unique version of it! Perfect for sipping your favorite tea on the porch!

Stairs Blanket

PHOTOS by Durable Yarn / ravelry.com

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

20. Black and White Wave Blanket

  • Designed by Heather Hamlin

A stylish crocheted wavy blanket in a neutral black and white palette. Such an accessory will look great in any interior. It will also make a thoughtful gift: comfort items are always appreciated. If you’re looking for a versatile accessory that’s interesting to work on, you’ll love working on this piece, especially combining contrasting colors.

A black and white wavy crocheted throw hanging on a hook.

PHOTOS by Heather Hamlin / Ravelry.com

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

21. Echo Waves Baby Blanket

  • Designed by Heather Hamlin

If you feel like making something pastel today, consider this crochet blanket pattern. The wavy design keeps it from looking monotonous, yet the pastel palette adds a touch of soothing. The pattern is based on half double crochet and slip stitches. It will be good for crocheters of all levels including beginners.

A wavy crochet blanket in shades of blue and green draped over a wooden chair.

PHOTOS by Heather Hamlin / Ravelry.com

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

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