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Touch of Lilac Crochet Blanket Free Patterns

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Welcome, lovely people! We are talking about color today! Lilac Crochet Blanket patterns will serve us as examples here. There are many ways of introducing our favorite colors into our collections of crochet designs, without a doubt. Some people go all the way and choose single shades for their projects, others choose stripes, details, appliques, or subtle edgings. We hope that the patterns we’ve come upon will inspire you to experiment with the colors that you love the most. Are you feeling creative already? Let us know! Check out these 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 Geometric Crochet Blankets and Awesome Chevron Blankets.

free crochet blanket patterns in lilac and violets

Vintage Shell Stitch Baby Blanket

Dana’s blanket uses shell stitch in a way that reminds us of the corner-to-corner technique. Slanted shells look lovely in self-striping yarn, as the lilac hues turn into green and lilac again. You can use any yarn weight for this project, but going for a bulky one will result in a speedy crochet project.

Level: intermediate Author: Dana Nield

crochet shell stitch baby blanket in purples and greens

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Lilac & Lace Blanket

Lacy baby blankets may not be the most useful as covers, but you can use them for decoration or additional warmth. Jennifer’s blanket features dusty lilac hue which is elegant and timeless. If you don’t need baby accessories, use this pattern to make a stunning bedspread or tablecloth.

Level: beginner Author: Jennifer Renaud

lilac crochet baby blanket and a white bunny toy

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Wisteria Lapghan

Inspired by magical wisteria flowers, this pattern simply had to turn out beautiful! If you like to spice up neutral colors with pastels or deep shades, this design by Crochet’n’Create is evidently for you. Doesn’t lilac look delightful coupled with these two shades of beige? So pretty!

Level: upper beginner Author: Crochet ‘n’ Create

Crochet Lapghan

The original pattern and the photos are on Crochet ‘n’ Create. More info is on Ravelry.

Pretty Pastels Blanket 

Oh, girls, this stitch is a keeper, undoubtedly! We can’t stop thinking about all the color palettes we could use to make this blanket in hundreds of stylish versions. Save this crochet wonder by Saba Azmath to your library, you will surely keep coming back to it!

Level: beginner Author: Saba Azmath

Stripy Crochet Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are on The Purple Dew Drops. More info is on Ravelry.

Floral Path 

What a gorgeous, versatile design! This ribbed pattern can be turned into an afghan, a baby blanket, a cushion… whatever you want! It looks gorgeous in ombre yarn as well as in multicolor. A sweet single shade like the one from the photo below will be on point as well! Let your imagination and Beba Blanket’s tutorial guide you. This project requires some skill, so it is great for intermediate-level crocheters.

Level: intermediate Author: Beba Blanket

Crochet Flowers

The video tutorial is on YouTube. More info and the photos on Ravelry.

Knots of Love Blanket 

Pure delight! What can we say? We are definitely head over heels in love with this blanket pattern by CrochetDreamz. Just imagine how chunky and soft it must feel! We all need one around to survive winter.

Level: upper beginner Author: CrochetDreamz

Crochet Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are on Crochet Dreamz. More info is on Ravelry.

Ferne Blanket 

It is time for some filet crochet, pretty people! If you follow this pattern just shared by awesome Clare M from Truly Crochet, we promise you will end up with a pretty blanket and a feeling of pure joy! Aren’t the colors so joyful?

Level: upper beginner Author: Clare M

Crochet Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are on Truly Crochet. More info is on Ravelry.

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