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Simple Throw Free Crochet Patterns

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Simple Crochet Throws will make your heart beat faster if you are a fan of minimalism and timeless classic. They look as if they were stolen straight from the cover of a fancy interior design magazine, evidently! How lucky crocheters are to be able to make all these beautiful things all by themselves? Use your fabulous skills and make yourself a throw you will surely adore. Check out the 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 Patchwork Blankets and Tropical Blankets.

Simple crochet throws free patterns

1. Crochet Cloud Blanket

Block stitch is one of our favorites because it changes like a chameleon. No matter which colorway you use, this stitch is going to make it even better. It works great with monochrome palettes, rainbow ones, and multicolored ombre yarns. CJ Design’s pattern is light and delicate, reminding me of blossoming peach trees.

Level: upper beginner Author: CJ Design

photos by CJ Design / instagram.com

Find this pattern on cjdesignblog.com.

2. Bungalow Blanket

The chunky yarn and simple pattern are the recipe for success. Take a look at Jess’ blanket in the photos – it really does look great. Natural yarn, ornamental stitch, and crab stitch edging are all simple but effective. You’ll be able to make it in no time, thanks to the bulky yarn, even if you’re a beginner.

Level: beginner Author: Jess Coppom

photos by Jess Coppom / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on makeanddocrew.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

3. Diagonal Diamonds Woven Throw

It turns out that diamonds evidently are a crocheter’s best friend! The perfect minimalism of this throw stole our hearts the minute we saw the pattern. This classy piece will certainly look awesome thrown on your sofa or your king-size.

Level: upper beginner Author: Jessica Reeves Potasz

Diagonal Diamonds Woven Throw

The original pattern and the photos are on mamainastitch.com. More info on ravelry.com.

4. Westerly Beach Cottage Throw

Rustic designs look great no matter the season, without a doubt. Simple crochet throws use an interesting stitch, causing the colors of the yarn to create uneven stripes. They have funky tassel edgings too! This surely is a nice project for everyone who wants to make something really special for their home.

Level: beginner Author: Stacy’s Stitches

Crochet Throw

The original pattern and the photos are on stacysstitches.com. More info on ravelry.com.

5. Louise Blanket

We have always adored Divine Debris for all the right reasons! This designer keeps surprising us with creativity and style. Even a simple accessory like a crochet throw has a special vibe here, evidently. Don’t you love it?

Level: upper beginner Author: Divine Debris

Crochet Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are on divinedebris.com. More info on ravelry.com.

6. Cream Puff Throw

How delightful is this throw by Premier Yarns Design Team? Just imagine how soft and cuddly this texture must feel! If you like classic style and always put total comfort first, you should certainly give this crochet pattern a try.

Level: beginner Author: Premier Yarns Design Team

Crochet Throw

The original pattern and the photos are on premieryarns.com. More info on ravelry.com.

7. The Hygge Blanket

Modern and adorable! We love absolutely everything about this crochet pattern for a throw just published by designer Nicky Jones – the stitch, the colors, the pom-poms. And we could go on! We bet there is no need to persuade you though.

Level: upper beginner Author: Nicky Jones

Crochet Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are on jewelsandjones.com. More info on ravelry.com.

8. Nature Inspired Chunky Throw

We are definitely in the middle of the season for chunky throws! There are still many winter days ahead of us, so if you haven’t crocheted yours yes, follow this pattern by Valentina. What colors will you use for your stripes?

Level: upper beginner Author: Valentina

Crochet Chunky Throw

The original pattern and the photos are on knitandcrochetdesign.com. More info on ravelry.com.

9. The Mountain Throw

Indulge in comfort and style with this blanket design by Jessica Reeves Potasz. Made with medium weight self-striping yarn it delights with contrasting color transitions and incredibly warm fabric. Thanks to the repetitive stitch pattern you can easily adjust its size to get a beautiful lapghan or standard throw blanket that will keep you toasty during the cold season.

Level: upper beginner Author: Jessica Reeves Potasz

A colorful crocheted afghan on a couch.

photo by Jessica Reeves Potasz / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on mamainastitch.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

10. Charlotte Chevron Blanket

Take delight in the gorgeous color gradient and unique texture Heather Hamlin’s blanket crochet project comes with. It uses the spider stitch that results in a charming wavy design, making it look both modern and stylish. Because of its lightweight feel, this blanket can be used all year round. It’s sure to make a heartfelt gift idea for your loved ones, too!

Level: beginner Author: Heather Hamlin

A simple crochet throw with alternating orange and blue stripes rests gracefully on a chair.

photo by Heather Hamlin / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on amorecraftylife.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

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