Hello friends! I’m sharing a list of my favorite Hand Knitted Blanket Patterns that are super easy and colorful. Make sure to save this post to refer back to!
I love a good Knitted blanket project and have shared many of them here on my blog for a while now. Today’s post gathers all of my favorite Knitted Blanket patterns with FREE instructions into one pretty post! So if you have been looking for simple, easy yet colorful ideas to knit a blanket- you’ve come to the right place!
free knitted blanket patterns:
I personally enjoy a large knitted blanket project that has a simple repetitive pattern. They are easy to memorize, and I can’t mess it up easily.
If you have mastered the basic knit stitch, you can make this is easy blanket pattern knit! This Garter Stitch Blanket Pattern is the most easiest blanket ever. It uses just the knit stitch in rows and rows of garter. Thick, textured and beautiful, this afghan will make you happy for sure.
One of my most popular blankets with you readers has been this How to Knit a corner to corner baby blanket with FREE pattern. I love the colorway I chose and also how quickly this knits up! Makes one perfect baby blanket.
A much requested follow up pattern, my How to knit a diagonal rectangle tutorial makes a super cute baby blanket in a matter of days!
My personal all time favorite blanket that I have ever knit is this Rainbow Knit Blanket Pattern. Mixing and matching all the yarn colors was my favorite part of this blanket. The pretty slant stitch adds a nice texture and detail to the knitted blanket.
5. kNIT BLANKET PATTERN BULKY YARN
This Bulky knit blanket free pattern is knit using HUGE size 50 needles. It is the most ginormous set of needles I own and the best blanket I have ever knit!
6. kNIT BLANKET PATTERN SIZE 50 NEEDLES
Here is my most popular Chunky Knit Blanket pattern that uses inexpensive yarn instead of roving. You could make this knitted blanket in a single solid color and it would be beautiful too!
7. EASY STOCKINETTE STITCH KNIT THROW
This Easy Stockinette Stitch Knit Throw is colorful and simple to make and was my companion during our 18-hour road trip to Mount Rushmore and back. It was such a joy to knit- the pattern is the simplest ever and you don’t need to pay too much attention to the knitting. My favorite kind of pattern. The yarn I used here is super soft and makes you want to rub the blanket on your face.
8. HEART KNIT BLANKET
Knitting a heart shape is a great challenge for any knitter- and though it takes some calculations you will love the end result! For this blanket, I used a contrast of knit and stockinette stitches to add texture along the heart shape. The pinks just make me happy 🙂
9. HALF LINEN TEXTURED BLANKET
This Half Linen Stitch blanket has the most amazing texture and creates a fabric that is beautiful on the both the right and wrong sides! This is slow comfort knit as the half lined stitch requires you to move the yarn from the back to the front of the work at every stitch. But that creates the easy, dense, no hole texture.
After you knit a Blanket try these!
- How to Knit Cables
- Modified Waffle Knit Stitch 2 Yarn Colors!
- Quick and Easy Christmas Stocking Knitting Pattern
- Chunky Knit Pillow tutorial
- Knit clutch pattern with a simple fold over design
- Quick Knit Scarf
- 3 FREE Knitting Patterns for Sweaters that are very easy!
- How to Knit a Scarf for Beginners
I love knitting blankets, and I hope you enjoyed learning more about all of my knitted blanket patters. Each one of these blankets are like a friend to me and are each special to me. Let me know which one of these are your favorite!
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