Who is on the hunt for free knitting patterns for blankets? They don`t have to be heavy and dense to keep you cozy and warm! Today`s collection of Knitted Lace Blankets is delicate and light. The patterns are subtle and they create nice and soft textures as well. They will be perfect for the summer breeze but you can use them for winter too. The lacy designs call for light and pastel colors however they will look as beautiful in ombre or stripy colorwork. These blankets are ideal for seasoned knitters but if you`re a beginner you will surely succeed in making them too. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on our Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Lacy knitted blankets free patterns
Lake Minneso Throw
The interlocking hearts motif and other textural stitches caught my eye immediately. This blanket, however, doesn’t look overly elegant – and I mean it in a good way! Universal Yarn designers brought the casual feel by using tweed yarn, which has a rustic texture to it.
Level: upper beginner Author: Universal Yarn Design Team
photo by Universal Yarn Design Team / ravelry.com
Did you know that you can knit circular blankets? Of course, you can, and this blanket by Franklin Habit is beautiful proof of that. The floral motif in the center is the starting point, and then lacy stitches create what look like circles in the water. If you want to achieve such a drape, definitely go for lacy stitches.
Level: intermediate Author: Franklin Habit
photo by Franklin Habit / ravelry.com
Crystal Lace Blanket
Ah, how we love all the delightful winter vibes! This blanket is vibrating with them, isn’t it? A simple pattern for a warm but lightweight blanket is always a good idea. Especially when it comes from our favorite Yarnspirations team!
Level: upper beginner Author: Yarnspirations
The original pattern and the photos are on Yarnspirations.
Flora Blanket – Paid Pattern
Create a stunning blanket by joining these big flowery lace squares! This pattern is great for summer baby blankets because it will help you achieve a lovely, soft texture. EweKnit Toronto inspires us all year round, undoubtedly!
Level: beginner Author: EweKnit Toronto
Magic Lantern Plaid – Paid Pattern
This turquoise baby blanket has a beautiful lantern pattern. The soft wavy edging is interesting and it works well with the lacy design. The author behind Elly’s Knitting Days inspires us so much! How about you?
Level: upper beginner Author: Elly’s Knitting Days
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry. This pattern was free for a limited time only.