15 Free Textured Crochet Blanket Patterns

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What do we love the most about textured crochet blanket patterns? Creative ideas for color combinations, shapes, and stitches, obviously! Heavenly Textured Blankets certainly have it all, so I have decided you simply can’t miss them. If you’re a fan of warm pastel colors in interior design (and who isn’t?), these soft snuggly wonders are surely going to be a real treat for you. Your bedroom and living room will thank you! Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Textured Knitted Baby Blankets and Oh So Soft Baby Blankets.

textural Crochet blanket patterns

1. Crochet Berry Ridge Textured Blanket

If you need an easy crochet pattern for a cozy blanket, look no further. The team of creative sisters behind Daisy Farm Crafts came up with yet another simple and fast-to-make project. Acrylic yarn is a good choice for such projects, as you can safely wash it in a washing machine.

Level: upper beginner Author: Daisy Farm Crafts

a grey crocheted blanket with fringe on a chair

photo by Daisy Farm Crafts / daisyfarmcrafts.com

Find this pattern on daisyfarmcrafts.com.

2. Adventures in Texture Afghan

Explore crochet textures with this elegant blanket from Tammy Hildebrand. There’s lace, there are post stitches, diamond patterns, and waffle stitch – anything you can dream of. If you want to gift it to someone you love, consider using neutral colors because they fit most interiors.

Level: upper beginner Author: Tammy Hildebrand

a woman holding a textured crochet blanket

photo by Tammy Hildebrand / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on jimmybeanswool.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

3. Mandala Mosaic Blanket

The Pixie colorway of the Lion Brand Mandala yarn is so distinct we can spot it instantly. Brianna’s blanket uses this multicolored yarn in the most magical way. Little triangles create a fun texture that surprises with every move. It’s an intermediate-level project, but it uses basic stitches and tall stitches. Try it to hone your skills in these techniques.

Level: intermediate Author: Brianna Iaropoli

colorful crochet blanket held by a woman

photos by Brianna Iaropoli / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on lifeandyarn.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com

4. The Heath Blanket

I have a special place in my heart for all-cream blankets, and this proposition from Nicky fits right in. It’s lightweight and textured at the same time, which isn’t that common. All you need is a worsted-weight yarn and some basic stitches, and you’re good to go. A baby blanket, or a king-sized bedspread? It’s your choice – simply customize it according to your needs!

Level: upper beginner Author: Nicky Jones

cream-colored crochet blanket

photos by Nicky Jones / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on jewelsandjones.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com

5. Boho Puff Stripes Blanket 

Puffy and delightful! It is safe to say that we are all used to genius blanket patterns from Daisy Farm Crafts, right? We couldn’t live without them, undoubtedly! This time the design is all about texture, softness, and warmth. Doesn’t it sound good?

Level: upper beginner Author: Daisy Farm Crafts

 Puff Stripes Blanket

Find this pattern on daisyfarmcrafts.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

6. Berry Blanket

What a sweet blanket by Melanie Ham! This lovely berry stitch is certainly not as difficult to learn as it may seem, trust us! This pattern for textured blankets is an awesome option for an autumn crochet project even for those of us who are still beginners.

Level: upper beginner Author: Melanie Ham

Berry Stitch Blanket

Find this pattern on melaniekham.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

7. Battenberg Blanket

Battenberg Blanket is made with lots of sweet small squares. It’s easy to make, and it’s certainly a great way to use up yarn ends! Gather your colors, choose the main one, and play with this pattern. It will look amazing in the bedroom or living room, and you will not resist snuggling under while watching your favorite show.

Level: upper beginner Author: Sandra Paul

Battenberg Afghan

Find this pattern on sandra-cherryheart.blogspot.com, or read more on ravelry.com. Info about this version and the photos are on ravelry.com.

8. Hexa-Puff Quilt 

Wow, can you imagine the wonderful puffiness and softness of this amazing blanket? It’s probably the snuggliest thing in the whole wide world, take our word for it! Once you’re done crocheting, you will never let go of it, without a doubt.

Level: upper beginner Author: Andrea Hoglen

Hexa-Puff Quilt

Find this pattern on craftdisasters.blogspot.com, or read more on ravelry.com. Info about this version and the photos are on ravelry.com.

9. Tulip Stitch Blanket

Are you planning to learn a new stitch this spring? Obviously! The tulip stitch should be your first choice, evidently! Erangi Udeshika inspired us to think about flowers already. We feel absolutely comfortable recommending her pattern to you. You couldn’t be in better hands!

Level: upper beginner Author: Erangi Udeshika

Tulip Stitch Blanket

Find this pattern on crochetforyoublog.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

10. The “Pure Shores” Blanket

How unique is this stitch? Out of this world! We have always been great fans of Martin Up North but we are still surprised by the awesomeness of this pattern. The texture was inspired by ocean waves. Ah, don’t we all miss summer?

Level: upper beginner Author: Martin Up North

Textured Crochet Blanket

Find this pattern on martinupnorth.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

11. Royal Icing Blanket 

This is one of the most beautiful stitches we have seen in a while! And trust us, we see a lot of them every day. If you are looking to learn a new technique that is versatile and elegant at the same time, you should certainly try this pattern by Pattern Princess.

Level: upper beginner Author: Pattern Princess

Crochet Blanket

Find this pattern on patternprincess.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

12. Fireside Blanket 

This is a perfect blanket for you to take camping! And to wrap yourself with during long chilly evenings that will come sooner than we think. We love the warm shades of burgundy and cream Christine Blue chose and the wonderfully chunky texture.

Level: upper beginner Author: Christine Blue

Crochet Blanket

Find this pattern on spottedhorsedesignco.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

13. Picot Blanket

Oh, our favorite picot stitches, aren’t they absolutely lovely? Without a doubt! If you are in the mood for a sweet picot-based crochet pattern for a blanket, this option from the awesome designer behind The Turtle Trunk is for you,

Level: upper beginner Author: The Turtle Trunk

Crochet Blanket

Find this pattern on theturtletrunk.com.

14. Essential Ribbing Crochet Blanket 

This is a technique all beginners will enjoy learning! Even if you are still new in the world of yarns, hooks, and patterns, you will easily master this crochet pattern written by Lindsey Stephens. A blanket like this one is truly essential!

Level: beginner Author: Lindsey Stephens

Ribbed Crochet Blanket

Find this pattern on blanketswithheart.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

15. Lola Throw Blanket 

Chic, warm, and easier than it seems! This blanket designed by Katy Petersen ticks all our boxes, without a doubt. We love the classy rustic vibes and the neutral color that goes well with every interior decor style. And the stitches are great to learn too!

Level: beginner Author: Katy Petersen

Crochet Throw Blanket

Find this pattern on ktandthesquid.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

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  1. I really like the Berry Blanket and I think I’m going to make it for a special baby. Love the colors and looks like it will take no time to make.

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