Amity Crochet Blanket

amity free striped blanket crochet pattern

A new easy blanket crochet pattern, the Amity Blanket, is now a free striped crochet blanket pattern here on the blog. Read all about the inspiration and the Harmony Throw CAL it is a part of, or scroll down for the free blanket crochet pattern.

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FREE Easy Crochet Blanket Pattern - Striped Amity Blanket Crochet Pattern

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amity striped crochet blanket pattern folded on a bench

Looking for an easy crochet blanket pattern, with cozy texture and a striped design? Look no further!

The Amity crochet blanket pattern is what you need! It’s designed in worsted weight yarn, my favorite yarn weight for blankets. It’s the perfect balance between a warm & cozy but not too bulky blanket and doesn’t take forever to finish.

It comes in 9 sizes so you have all the flexibility to make this easy crochet blanket for anyone. Think cute nursery colors for a baby shower gift, an adult throw for a cozy night in front of the fireplace, full queen or even king-size for a beautiful bedspread.

The amity striped crochet blanket pattern is the perfect opportunity to combine colors. You can work each stripe in a different color or alternate a smaller amount of colors, let your creativity run loose!

Free easy blanket crochet pattern on a bench

Harmony Throw CAL

The stripe repeat used in the Amity Blanket is featured in the Harmony Throw Blanket crochet-a-long.

For this fun CAL I’ve teamed up with 11 amazing designers to bring you a cozy striped textured throw blanket. Every Monday and Thursday a new section (No sewing necessary ;)) of the blanket will be shared as a free pattern on the designer’s blog.

Find all the stripe patterns and all the event details here >>

We know CALs aren’t for everyone so if you want to get a headstart, get a convenient printable PDF or just don’t want to wait for every stripe pattern to be released and hop around, you can already grab the entire blanket eBook here >>

Downloadable Amity Striped Crochet Blanket Pattern

click here to download the printable PDF of the striped crochet blanket pattern

Grab the printable PDF of the Amity Easy Blanket Crochet pattern now in my Etsy shop or on Ravelry.

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Before you Start your Easy Blanket Crochet Pattern

For the Harmony Throw Collaborative Blanket (Part 8)

The Amity blanket section is designed as part of the Harmony Throw Blanket CAL. It’s a gorgeous throw blanket designed in strips of 12.5 cm / 5” high (follow the Throw size instructions below and make one repeat (Rows 17 – 32).

Each section is worked over 192 stitches. In between each section we recommend you work 2 rows of single crochet.


The Amity Blanket crochet pattern comes in 9 blanket sizes: lovey, baby, receiving, toddler, throw, twin, double, queen and king. Sizes are noted lovey (baby, receiving, toddler, throw, twin, double, queen, king) throughout the pattern.

The pictures illustrate the throw size.

Amity easy crochet blanket pattern sizes table with stitche counts and repeats

If you want to adjust the blanket width you can add / remove a multiple of 11 stitches.

And if you want to adjust the blanket length, each stripe is 12.5 cm / 5” high.


  • Lionbrand Pound of Love (100% Premium Acrylic, 454 g / 16 oz, 932 m / 1020 yd). You will need a total of approximately 59 (629, 994, 1366, 1800, 3473, 5758, 6325, 7081) g / 122 (1291, 2040, 2805, 3695, 7130, 11820, 12984, 14537) m / 133 (1413, 2233, 3070, 4044, 7804, 12936, 14210, 15909) yd.
  • Tapestry needle

Note: Each stripe requires 30 (90, 124, 124, 150, 193, 262, 288, 322) g / 61 (184, 255, 255, 308, 396, 537, 590, 661) m / 67 (202, 279, 279, 337, 434, 588, 646, 723) yd of yarn. Depending on how many colors you want to work with and how many stripes of each color you want to make you can easily calculate the yarn requirements for each color.

For the sample shown in the pictures I used 5 colors:

  • Elephant grey (color A)
  • White (color B)
  • Dark grey (color C)
  • Brown (color D)
  • Red (color E)

And alternated them as follows (throw size): A, B, C, D, E, D, C, B, A, B, C, D.


The gauge for this pattern, in alternating rows of sc and dc, is 15 st by 10 rows for a 10 cm by 10 cm / 4” by 4” square.


This pattern uses US notations.

  • st = stitch
  • ch = chain
  • sc = single crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • tr = treble crochet


Work instructions between [] the indicated number of times or until the end of the row / round.

The final number of stitches is indicated at the end of the row / round between < >.

The turning ch 1 and ch 2 don’t count as stitches throughout the pattern except if mentioned otherwise.

The pattern is written in crochet shorthand.  For example:

  • “sc 1” means to single crochet in the next stitch,
  • “sc 2” means to single crochet in each of the next 2 stitches,
  • and “2 sc” means to single crochet twice in the next st.

Special Stitches and Repeated Patterns

  • Puff stitch (6 hdc puff worked all in one st) = yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, pull up a loop, [yo, insert hook in same st, yo, pull up a loop] 5 times, yo, pull through all 13 loops on the hook. Ch 1 to close the puff stitch (doesn’t count as a stitch).

The Actual Striped Blanket Crochet Pattern

one repeat of the striped crochet blanket pattern

With your 5 mm / US H – 8 crochet hook and color A, Ch 38 (115, 159, 159, 192, 247, 335, 368, 412) + 2 st.

Row 1: Dc in 3rd st from hook, dc across, turn. <38 (115, 159, 159, 192, 247, 335, 368, 412) st>

Row 1: Ch 2, dc across, turn. <192 st>

Row 2: Ch 2, dc in front loop only across, turn.

Row 3: Ch 1, sc across, turn.

Row 4: Ch 2, dc 3, [dc 5, puff st, dc 5] until last 2 st, dc 2, turn.

Row 5: Ch 1, sc across, turn. Note: Make sure to skip the closing chains of all puff stitches (they don’t count as stitches).

Row 6: Ch 2, dc 3, [dc 4, puff st, dc, puff st, dc 4] until last 2 st, dc 2, turn.

Row 7: Ch 1, sc across, turn.

Row 8: Ch 2, dc 3, [dc 3, puff st, dc 3, puff st, dc 3] until last 2 st, dc 2, turn.

Row 9: Ch 1, sc across, turn.

Row 10 – 11: Repeat Row 6 – 7.

Row 12 – 13: Repeat Row 4 – 5.

Row 14: Ch 1, sc across, turn.

Row 15: Ch 2, dc across, turn.

Row 16: Ch 2, dc front loop only across, turn

Note: If you’re working the Amity section as part of the Harmony Throw, don’t forget to make your transitions rows (2 rows of sc) before and after your stripe repeat

Switch color.

Row 17: Ch 2, dc across, turn.

Row 18 – 32: Repeat Row 2 – 16

Repeat Row 18 to 32 in alternating colors until you have a total of 2 (7, 8, 11, 12, 18, 22, 22, 22) stripes.

Bind off and weave in the ends.


You’re done with the crocheting part, make sure to weave in all the ends (except for sewing).

To make your blanket even prettier and help even your stitches block your blanket.

Don’t skip this step as it can make a huge difference. Read my detailed tutorial on why block, how-to, and all my tips and tricks if you need help.

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