Crochet lapghans are designed to cover your lap and make you feel comfy and warm. So, whether you want to get cozy while reading your favorite book or watching TV, these blankets would be a perfect accessory. They are also practical for wheelchair users as well as keeping your baby warm. Browse this collection of Great Crochet Lapghans for inspiration to make your own blanket. They are quick to make therefore will be an ideal project for beginners. You can definitely hone your skills and learn new stitches as well. Because there are a variety of wonderful patterns, surely everyone will find their favorite. Flower motifs are popular as well as chunky textures. Make them colorful or neutral so they compliment your style. But most importantly have fun crocheting them. Check out these patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Race to Finish Lapghan Free Crochet Pattern
So nice! Beautiful texture created with shells and post stitches gives this blanket by Yarnspirations Design Studio an unusual look. Yellow, gray, and white complement each other like a dream here. Try it in your own combination as well!
Level: beginner Author: Yarnspirations Design Studio
Denim & Ivory Lapghan Free Crochet Pattern
The Blue and white combination always looks modern and stylish. Basic stitches create a lacy pattern that also gives this blanket a fresh and lightweight look.
Level: beginner Author: Erica Fedor
Latte Lapghan Free Crochet Pattern
The simple granny square blanket has received a modern twist. Fluffy yarn in delicate colors will surely keep you warm and cozy while you read a book or watch tv.
Level: upper beginner Author: Jeanne Steinhilber
Hearthside Lapghan Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Block stitch in combination with chunky yarn and neutral colors creates a squishy and cozy blanket. This modern design will surely complement your interior so give it a try.
Level: upper beginner Author: Jessica Reeves Potasz
Iris Lapghan Free Crochet Pattern
This may look like an intricate pattern but in fact, is pretty easy to make. Alternating rows of shells and puff stitches give this blanket an interesting texture. A simple white border is the perfect finishing touch.
Level: beginner Author: Erica Fedor
Oh My Stars C2C Lapghan Crochet Pattern
Corner to corner stitch gives a cozy texture and stunning graphic. Stars will be perfect for coming winter, therefore, you can make it for yourself or as a gift. This is a paid pattern but totally worth every penny.
Level: intermediate Author: Blue Frog Creek
The original pattern and the photos are on bluefrogcreek.com.
Marni’s Lap Afghan Free Crochet Pattern
This easy pattern will work up fast. It uses basic stitches and rows of bobbles to add a lovely texture. Black with colorful stripes looks great but you can definitely use your own combination as well.
Level: beginner Author: Heidi Yates
The original pattern and the photos are on snappy-tots.com. More info on ravelry.com.
Lara’s Lapghan Crochet Pattern
Flower motifs with great texture will add a feminine touch to your home. The gorgeous border gives it a perfect finishing touch. This paid pattern is definitely worth an effort.
Level: upper beginner Author: The Loopy Stitch
The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.
V-Stitch Lapghan Free Crochet Pattern
Squishy and bulky yarn will create a super cozy lapghan that will definitely keep you warm. This chunky blanket will also give you a modern touch while draped over an armchair or a couch.
Level: upper beginner Author: Lion Brand Yarn
Sunflower Lap-Ghan Free Crochet Pattern
This simple sunflower afghan will surely bring a pop of color to your home. You can easily customize the size by making more squares.
Level: beginner Author: Debbie Smith
Diagonal Ripple Lapghan Free Crochet Pattern
Chevrons and corner to corner crochet patterns? Yes and yes! This lapghan pattern is a dream come true for everyone who likes classy homemade accessories, without a doubt. If you are part of this awesome club, follow the instructions by Jennifer Renaud.
Level: upper beginner Author: Jennifer Renaud