Dreamy Textured Blankets with Free Knitting Patterns

What do we need the most when chilly afternoons come? Knitting patterns for textured blankets, obviously. You can never get enough patterns for blankies, afghans, and throws. That’s a widely known truth in the crafting community, without a doubt! With this in mind, we have prepared this lovely selection of Dreamy Textured Blankets for you to enjoy. You no longer have to worry about the weather outside the window because you will be spending your free time wrapped in these knitted wonders. Follow the exemplary patterns we have found or customize them according to your needs. Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Throws and Door Stop Animals.

Textured Throw Free Knitting Pattern

What a stunning piece! If you are a fan of modern interior design, you will certainly be impressed with this throw by Spotlight Australia. Large, chunky, wonderfully soft, it will make your bed or sofa pop in an instant. Will you stick with chic neutral colors or go for something different? There are so many options!

Level: intermediate Author: Spotlight Australia

The original free pattern and the photos are on the Spotlight here. More info on Ravelry here.

Bobble Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

Would you say that this amazing blanket is actually perfect for beginners? No one expects it to be that easy, without a doubt! We are big fans of the bobbles, so this one is a dream come true for us. I bet you fell in love with it right away too! Arianna Frasca’s creativity is so impressive!

Level: upper beginner Author: Arianna Frasca

The original free pattern and the photos are on Arianna Frasca’s site here. More info on Ravelry here.

Thine Receiving Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

This delightful lightweight blanket by Lynn Christensen has the most wonderful texture ever. It will serve its role perfectly as a baby blankie and as an elegant throw, so it’s up to you to decide how to use it. I know one thing for certain – it’s going to look simply amazing either way.

Level: intermediate Author: Lynn Christensen

The original free pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Squishy Fisherman’s Rib Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

Every knitting newbie will be thrilled to discover how well explained and easy to follow this lovely pattern is. The blanket is minimalistic, elegant, and wonderfully huggable. And this deep shade of emerald green? So unique! Yarnspirations Design Studio never fails us!

Level: beginner Author: Yarnspirations Design Studio

The original free pattern and the photos are on the Yarnspirations here. More info on Ravelry here.

Buffalo Plaid Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

What a timeless motif, right? We all know and love buffalo plaids, without a doubt. If you are a fan of modern minimalist accessories, this knitting pattern by I Love My Blanket will certainly steal your heart. You will love this blanket forever, trust us!

Level: intermediate Author: I Love My Blanket

The original free pattern and the photos are on I Love My Blanket here. More info on Ravelry here.

Moonstone Plaid Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

Are you wondering how to add this special kind of homely warmth to your interiors? Alexandra Tavel has the answer! You are going to feel cozy and wonderful snuggling under this handmade plaid blanket. See for yourself!

Level: intermediate Author: Alexandra Tavel

The original free pattern and the photos are on Two of Wands here. More info on Ravelry here.


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