Multicolored Knitted Blankets

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Multicolored Knitted Blankets
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The blankets are so universal! You can use them at home or outside. They are for adults and for children. Colorful blankets are the most common as all the fun comes from playing with the colors! They don’t have to be monochromatic. Contrasting colors give an amazing effect of freshness and newness. Take a look at the examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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1. Muhuroosa Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

Muhurosa is a traditional pink color used in Estonian city of Muhu for knitting. The point is to use vivid colors and create simple patterns where the colors turn into the other ones through few rows of the blanket. It’s giving this amazing effect of transition.

  • DESIGNED by Purl Soho
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
Muhuroosa Blanket free knitting pattern 1

Photos by Purl Soho / purlsoho.com

Find the original free pattern on purlsoho.com.

2. Pocket Full of Posy Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

This is a very easy pattern witch uses a two color brioche. The main idea is that the blanket is full of contrasting colors. It looks like the brightness is going through all the colors of the blanket. The effect is stunning!

  • DESIGNED by Purl Soho
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket 
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
Pocket Full of Posy Blanket free knitting pattern 1

Photos by Purl Soho / purlsoho.com

Find the original free pattern on purlsoho.com.

3. Bernat Seed Stitch Blanket

Cozy crochet blanket with a hygge feel. Made with soft plush yarn, it will be the most cozy thing in your home that you’ll want to wrap yourself in. The colorful design makes the piece look fun, and it’s a great opportunity to experiment with your favorite colors and their combinations. The crochet pattern is available for free digital download, so don’t wait any longer.

  • DESIGNED by Yarnspirations
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket 
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate
striped textured and bulky knitted blanket

Photos by Yarnspirations / hobbycraft.co.uk

Find the original free pattern on hobbycraft.co.uk.

4. Knitted LGBT Pride Temperature Blanket

Another great blanket project for those who are tired of typical blankets with no soul. The blanket is crocheted 12-18 rows per day and the color of the yarn changes depending on the temperature of the day. This pattern will work well wherever the Celsius degrees are used. The project is really easy and of course it will be unique. Feel free to download the free crochet pattern.

  • DESIGNED by Nicola Valiji
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket 
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate
colorful striped knitted blanket

Photos by Nicola Valiji / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on woolbox.co.uk, or read more about it on Ravelry.

5. Around the Block Blanket

A beautiful multicolored knitted blanket project to relax with. The pattern is simple and designed to allow you to watch something while you’re knitting. You can put on a TV show and start it – the blanket will basically knit itself. Another option – you can take it with you on a trip and the blanket will remind you of all the warm moments.

  • DESIGNED by Sarah Hood
  • PROJECT TYPE blankets
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
A blanket is sitting on the ground.

Photos by Sarah Hood / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

6. Texture Mix Throw

Learn to knit a colorful blanket and improve your skills with changing colors! This project is based on simple knit and purl stitches, so it’s great for beginners. If you like rhythmic stitches, large pieces and want to improve your skills, this project is for you. It’s actually a form of meditation – you’ll see how clear your mind is after each session.

  • DESIGNED by Sandy L. Harris
  • PROJECT TYPE blankets
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
A colorful striped blanket on a chair.

Photos by Sandy L. Harris / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on premieryarns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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