Cotton Blanket Crochet Pattern – Mama In A Stitch

Today’s free crochet pattern is a simple, feminine, cottage-inspired cotton blanket! I call it “The Cottage Blanket”. Read on!

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One of the best gifts I received at my baby shower was a hand woven cotton blanket from a family friend. At the time, I didn’t knit or crochet and was absolutely shocked that someone could do that! It’s a dear blanket to me.

You can easily make it as big or small as you like. Beautiful, isn’t it?

I like to use natural fibers whenever I can, although sometimes they can be tricky when it comes to a budget. And sometimes, there are reasons to use acrylics and other fibers, too. However, today I wanted to share a pattern with cool cotton.

You can make it as a baby blanket, or you can easily adjust the size to make it as big or small as you like. I wrote the pattern in lapghan size, but again, you’ll see some basic instructions below on how to adjust the pattern to customize your size.

You know I like cream. Always!

I love the chic, homey vibe of this blanket, and I think it would be great in any farmhouse, cottage, or vintage-style rooms. It would also make a lovely baby shower gift!

You may remember my Go-To Blanket made of heavyweight yarn – it’s fun if you like really fast projects! This blanket uses the same stitch, the blanket stitch, and is just a great pattern on hand.

If you check the pattern below, you’ll see that it’s just one row that repeats all the time. This is the perfect kind of mindless crochet for summertime! hehe

So, let’s jump into this pattern, shall we?

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Cotton crochet blanket

Describe:

Light cotton yarn paired with a classic crochet stitch makes this stylish home blanket the perfect fit. Light and soft enough to be used as a baby blanket, it can also double as a cozy blanket or throw. Add some farmhouse or homey vibes to your space with this timeless piece. It’s easy to make in any size, and it’s fully customizable. Check out the full video tutorial here: https://www.mamainastitch.com/crochet-blanket-stitch/ to learn this stitch and you can start making your new blanket today!

Click here to head to the full video tutorial and blog post on how to use the stitches in this blanket! Very simple and beautiful.

You will need:

US Size J, 6.0mm crochet hook

3 skeins Lion Brand Yarn Comfy Cotton Blend (HERE) Light #3 yarn in Whipped Cream, 200 g/392 yd per skein

The pattern uses about 600 grams (this will make a lapghan size blanket or the size of a baby blanket)

scissors

Needle fabric to weave in the ends

skill level:

easy +

Shortcuts / Skills Required:

sc – single crochet

DC – double crochet

Chapter – Series

SK – skip

u – stitch

Scale:

It is not important for this style

Available size:

41″ x 31″ Lapgan

(See notes for instructions on how to adjust the pattern to make it bigger or smaller!)

Notes:

The pattern is worked using simple single crochet stitches and double crochet stitches. It’s very repetitive, so once you get into the groove with row 2, the rest of the project is a breeze!

You are A video tutorial can also be found on my blog for stitch Used in this style if you need more help with http://www.mamainastitch.com/crochet-blanket-stitch/ .

You can easily make this blanket wider and longer by starting with a longer chain and knitting for more rows. Your starting chain should be in multiples of 3, and you are good to go!

hut Blanket Pattern Instructions

Chapter 108

grade 1 2dc in 3research and development ch from the hook, *sk 2 ch, sc in the next ch, make 2 dc in the same ch stitch. Repeat from * to the end of the row, sc in the last chapter of the row.

Class 2 Ch 2, turn, 2dc in first sc st, * next sk 2 dc, sc & 2dc in next sc; Repeat from * across to the end of the row, sc at the top of the ch shift 2 at the end of the row.

Repeat Row 2 until the thread runs out, or the blanket is approximately 41 inches long. Feel free to crochet for more rows if you have enough yarn and want a bigger blanket!

Shape and size as desired.

Enjoy your new cuddly blanket!

And that’s it, my friends!

Do you like to use natural fibers when you can?

I’d love to see your projects and wish I could see this blanket on Instagram! Just tag @mamainastitch #mamainastitch, so I can check it out!

XO,

Jessica

If you’re a cotton fan, check out the cotton I used in this project below!

If you liked this project, you might also like Done In A Day Cuddler below!

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