Good ol’ granny stitch, who doesn’t love you? Come check out these granny blankets with free crochet patterns! Do you prefer granny squares or working in rows? Colorful or monochrome? This stitch is very forgiving, and you can do it all. Don’t worry, in our mini-collection of free crochet patterns for Classic Granny Blankets, everybody can find something for themselves. If you don’t want to make a blanket now, it’s ok, too! These great blanket patterns can be very useful in other projects. Just use the stitches or squares to create your own designs. Play with colors to match your style, and create something special! Grab your crochet hook and start today, or save it to your bookmarks for later. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Spiked Granny Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
This is a level one blanket for those of you who just started the journey with crochet. The stitch is very easy, and working each row in different colors will create a beautiful crazy pattern.
Level: beginner Author: Taylor Ferguson
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.
Flower Pop Granny Square Free Crochet Pattern
These cute squares have star-like centers but are based on the classic granny stitch. Magic, isn’t it? It’s a lovely variation of colors and shapes too! Use scraps of yarn to create a faerie of lively shades!
Level: upper beginner Author: Carolyn Calderon
Very Basic Granny Square Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Almost classic granny squares, equally simple and easy to make. The center is worked in a circle, but we all know what happens next. Change the colors for every row to create an ombre effect.
Level: beginner Author: Cassandra Curtis
Rectangle Granny Crochet Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
This huge granny square is a dream come true for all crochet lovers! Even if you are a beginner, you can easily make yourself a lovely blanket to make cold evenings delightful. Use bulky yarn for extra coziness and warmth. This trick always works!
Level: beginner Author: Yarnspirations