Multicolored Knitted Blankets

 

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 examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

 

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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

 

 

Go to the pattern:

Muhuroosa Blanket

 

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

 

Go to the pattern:

Pocket Full of Posy Blanket

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