A new free and easy blanket crochet pattern – Your Tea Time Blanket – is now available on the blog. Read all about my inspiration, the collection it’s a part of, and the perfect yarn I chose, or scroll down for the free crochet pattern.
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Elevate your home decor with Your Tea Time Blanket crochet pattern. The oversized tassels lend a modern romantic vibe, which looks great thrown over the back of your couch or left at the bottom of your bed. A fun texture is added by crossing puff stitches.
Of course, this blanket is more than just eye-candy. Available in sizes baby, toddler, throw, and twin, it’s the perfect accessory for anyone to curl up under (and no holes for your toes to get stuck in!). The pattern includes detailed step-by-step instructions, and is suitable for beginner crocheters.
Scroll down for the free version but I recommend you purchase the ad-free PDF Pattern to get all the instructions and pictures in a nice PDF you can print and take notes on without relying on your phone or an internet connection, I’ve got you covered!
Your Tea Time Blanket is now available on Ravelry. Grab your copy before you forget!
Your Everyday Classics Collection
Everyone has that one crochet project that they use (or wear) constantly. It’s the perfect blend of classic, but not boring; modern, but not overly trendy. These favorites were our inspiration for Your Everyday Classics collection. In it, you’ll find 12 exclusive crochet patterns from Joy of Motion Crochet, E’ClaireMakery, and me, all designed to be your new go-to piece. We’ve covered the gamut from cardigans, blankets, and a vest, to socks and a headband. You’re sure to adore this collection of fun new patterns, and find some great gift ideas as well!
Read more about the collection and find all free patterns here. Or grab your PDF copy of the collection here.
LionBrand Wool-Ease is a worsted weight yarn made of wool and acrylic, so you get the softness and warmth of wool, plus it’s machine washable and easy to care for. It’s a versatile and durable yarn, which is exactly what you need when you’re designing pieces for everyday wear.
The yarn is available in 16 colors that feel modern yet classic. Browse their selection and you’re sure to find something that suits your next crochet project.
Before you Start
- 8 mm / US L – 11 hook.
- Lionbrand Wool Ease (85g, 80% Acrylic, 20% Wool, 180m / 197yds): 5 (8, 13, 22) skeins in Heather Rose color.
- Tapestry needle to weave in the ends.
The blanket crochet pattern is available in 4 sizes: baby, toddler, throw and twin. Sizes are noted baby (toddler, throw, twin) throughout the pattern.
Finished blanket dimensions are:
- Baby: 76 cm / 30” long, 91.5 cm / 63” wide
- Toddler: 107 cm / 42” long, 114 cm / 45” wide
- Throw: 160 cm / 63” long, 125 cm /49” wide
- Twin: 196 cm / 77” long, 167 cm /66” wide
You can easily adjust the width of the blanket by adding / removing repeats of Row 11.
The gauge for this pattern, in sc, is 12 st by 12 rows for a 10 cm by 10 cm square (4” by 4”).
This pattern uses US notations.
- st = stitch
- ch = chain
- sc = single 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 doesn’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.
- Puff stitch = Yarn over, insert hook in indicated st, yarn over, pull up a loop, [yarn over, insert hook in same st, yarn over, pull up a loop] twice, yarn over, pull through all 7 loops on the hook, ch 1 to close the puff stitch.
- The blanket crochet pattern uses the Puff Trails Stitch. Grab the detailed stitch tutorial along with 2 other crochet stitches for blankets for free here.
The Actual Blanket Crochet Pattern
With your 8mm / US J – 11 hook, ch 110 (152, 194, 236) +1
Row 1: Sc in the 1st ch from the hook, sc across, turn. <110 (152, 194, 236) st>
Row 2 – 10: Ch 1, sc across, turn.
- Ch 1, sc 26, puff, ch 1, skip 1, sc 14, [[puff, ch 1, skip 1, sc 3] twice, puff, ch 1, skip 1, sc 14, puff, ch 1, skip 1, sc 14, ] 1 (2, 3, 4) times
- Sc 26, turn
Repeat Row 11 until you reach 69 (100, 107, 118, 161) cm or your desired blanket width minus 7 cm for the edge.
Repeat Row 2 ten times.
Fasten off and weave in the ends.
To make your blanket even prettier, help straighten your edges and make the puffs come out even more, block your project.
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.
Make 4 tassels and attach one at each corner of your crochet blanket.
I made mine 10 cm / 2” long.