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Ridiculosly Cozy Crochet Blanket Pattern

Sweet Lazy Crochet Blanket

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This is one so squishy, warm, soft and ridiculously cozy crochet blanket! It beats the hot water bottle every time! I‘m not sure whether it’s the stitch combination or the lovely tweed yarn… probably both, but I just love this cozy crochet blanket!

This beautiful tweed yarn was the inspiration for this crochet project, as I used it a lot this year.

When people say winter, I immediately get inspired to make something warm 😊.

I don’t know how your winters are, but we have a lot of snow here and it can be really cold and dark. I was born in the middle of the winter but I’m totally a summer person. So creating something nice and snuggly, cozy, soft and bright makes me feel better.


I hope making this sweet, lazy and cozy crochet blanket will make you feel better too! 

Just imagine how enjoyable it will be to be snuggled in your sweet, warm blanket, with a book    (a pair of reading glasses if you need one), a nice cup of coffee or a hot chocolate, with the remote close enough to occasionally check if anything’s on – while the wind blows and the snow whirls outside! Wonderful, isn’t it?

If you want to see the Christmas Version of the pattern which one of my fantastic testers did –  check out my Ravelry page HERE

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About The Pattern


The texture is created using front and back post stitches, as well as using back loop stitches. There are a lot of different stitches, and once you establish the base of the pattern it becomes an easy to remember two-row repeat.


#4 medium worsted weight yarn. I used fabulous Brava Tweed, 97% Premium Acrylic, 3% Viscose; 3.53 oz / 100 g, 200 m / 218 yds) per skein. These are the colors for the lapghan size i made:

C1: Stratus 29507, 4 skeins, 800 m (872 yds)
C2: Rosefinch 29509, 3 skeins, 600 m (654 yds)
C3: Wren 29506, 4 skeins, 800 m (872 yds)




6 mm [US J/10] crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge


3 pattern repeats (15 sts) x 11 rows = 10 cm (4”) before blocking



They are given for Baby, Lapghan, Throw and Twin size crochet blanket.

Before blocking blanket is approximately:
Without Border
: 72 (92, 122, 142) cm / 28.3 (36.2, 48, 55.9)” wide and 82 (122, 142, 202) cm / 32.3
(48, 55.9, 79.5)” long
With Border: 80 (100, 130, 150) cm / 31.5 (39.4, 51.2, 59)” wide and 90 (130, 150, 210) cm 35.4
(51.2, 59, 82.7)” long


The pattern is worked in one piece and without any seaming. The body of this cozy crochet blanket is worked flat, back and forth in rows. The border is worked in rounds, on the RS,

To get the Sweet Lazy Blanket crochet pattern in the Winter Wonders Blog Hop, click on the Download Button below.


if you like cozy crochet patterns, you’ll probably love my Winterberry Chunky Crochet Scarf.

This pattern is for personal use only and cannot be changed, sold, distributed, or reproduced in any way. It is not to be used for educational purpose without written permission from Frankie Kate. You cannot sell or change the pattern but you are more than welcome to sell any of the items made from my patterns but PLEASE would you tag #FrankieKate or @frankie.kate_ when sharing your creations on Instagram or Facebook? So I can share them and celebrate with you!

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