It is often true that ombre yarn shows its true beauty in the simplest projects. We have gathered many examples of that phenomenon and we are ready to show them to you. If you want to try making something with this kind of yarn, I recommend you start with a blanket. You can’t go wrong with any of the patterns we have found. Today’s collection of Crochet Ombre Blankets will certainly spark some joy! Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
free crochet ombre blanket patterns
1. Crochet Caron Halo Double Ombre Baby Texture Blanket
As usual, the creative minds behind Daisy Farm Crafts amaze us with yet another lovely baby blanket pattern. It features a stunning combination of stitches (not hard to learn, mind you!), and a lovely ombre yarn. It’s the yarn that inspired this project, in fact – a beautiful, bulky Caron Colorama Halo.
Level: upper beginner Author: Daisy Farm Crafts
photo by Daisy Farm Crafts / daisyfarmcrafts.com
Find this pattern on daisyfarmcrafts.com.
2. Easy Ombre Chevron Blanket
Feel the calm radiating from this chevron ombre blanket and make your own! Amanda’s project was inspired by the sea and the sky, which is visible in the colorway she chose. Blue hues slowly transform into silver-grey, dancing on the waves of chevron stitch. This blanket has soothing effects, that’s for sure – both during the work and once it’s finished.
Level: upper beginner Author: Amanda Saladin
photo by Amanda Saladin / ravelry.com
3. Serina’s Ombre Blanket – No Longer Free
Are you a fan of cool tones? Are you looking for a pattern that will refresh your crochet library and your house like a sea breeze? Obviously! We have found something just perfect for you then. This blanket is going to take you straight to the seaside.
Level: upper beginner Author: Melanie Grobler
4. Ombre Blanket
This cute stitch with delicate openwork is quick and easy and therefore great both for beginners and more experienced crocheters who are always busy. Make a simple blanket in delightful colors or use this stitch for a warm accessory.
Level: upper beginner Author: Vicki Brown
5. Hopscotch Harlequins Blanket
Diamond stitch is quite easy to learn and evidently makes our projects stand out from the crochet crowd. It is surely awesome for baby blankies, modern throws, or spectacular bedspreads. Everything depends on the colors you choose!
Level: beginner Author: D Maunz
6. Easy Ombre Baby Blanket
You will certainly be thrilled to add this lovely, amazingly dense stitch to your library. We are sure you will keep coming back to it in your projects! A blanket made with this pattern will be lightweight and warm at the same time.
Level: beginner Author: Amanda Saladin
7. Granny Twirl Blanket
Are you crocheters ready for a granny twirl? We promise it will be as fun as it sounds, or even more! All thanks to this awesome crochet blanket pattern by
Level: upper beginner Author: