Add a little warmth to your mornings with the cozy cotton crochet throw pattern. This free crochet blanket pattern is beginner-friendly and made using a one-row repeat.
Continue to read through the inspiration behind this design or scroll down for the free pattern + guided video tutorial.
Cotton Crochet Throw
My latest free crochet pattern is a one-row repeat lapghan size crochet blanket. This cotton crochet throw is cozy, warm, and makes the perfect coverup on those breezy days.
One thing that I love about this blanket is that it’s made using one of my favorite crochet stitches. The reverse blanket stitch is a simple one-stitch repeat that is made using chain, single crochet, and double crochet.
It’s one of those stitches that doesn’t require a lot of thinking, so you could totally watch your favorite show while making this crochet throw. This crochet stitch also works up fast, so you’ll finish this project in no time!
The Perfect Cozy Crochet Blanket For Your Home
I love sprucing up my home by adding different blankets and pillows. I also love snuggling up on the couch with a handmade throw. How about you?
So the idea behind this pattern came from me wanting a blanket that was cozy, warm, and something that would add a pop of color to my home. So when I saw this mustard yellow yarn at my local craft store, I knew that I had to get it.
Once I had the yarn picked out, I grabbed my go-to blanket pattern and started crocheting. Once I finished the base of this pattern, I thought it would be cute to add a crochet puff stitch border. It adds the perfect finishing touch!
I just love how this blanket turned out, so I hope you enjoy making this pattern as well.
The Yarn You’ll Need for This Cotton Crochet Blanket
For this project, I chose to work with Michaels Loops & Thread Crème Cotton yarn. It’s a worsted weight number 4 cotton yarn that is super soft and machine washable.
It also comes in a variety of different colors, so you can totally make a few of these blankets. They would also make wonderful gifts for family and friends.
Some of my favorite colors in this yarn line are Cream, Mustard, and Deep Orchard. What are some of your favorite colors?
Lapghan Size Crochet Throw
I chose to make my blanket a lapghan size, but you can easily adjust the blanket pattern to make it any size you want to. For a smaller blanket, decrease the number of stitches, for a larger blanket, increase the number of stitches.
You also need to take the multiple into account, which is 4. So you can make the blanket however small or big you want it, just make sure to follow the multiple.
If you need help figuring out a crochet blanket size, be sure to check out the crochet blanket sizing guide template.
Other Free Crochet Home Patterns
- Shell Stitch Blanket / 2. Farmhouse Style Crochet Pillow / 3. Striped Crochet Blanket / 4. Granny Square Crochet Pillow
- You can purchase the printable PDF Version here
Crochet a cozy cotton throw for your home with this simple 1 row repeat pattern. This easy cotton crochet blanket is perfect for beginners and makes a wonderful weekend project!
- 5mm crochet hook (U.S./size H)
- Loops & Thread Crème Cotton Yarn in the color Mustard (Weight 4/5.29 oz, 324 yds), a total of 1,296 yards (4 balls) or another worsted weight cotton yarn.
- darning needle
- stitch marker (optional)
4 stitches x 8 rows = 4 inch square
ch – chain: Yarn over, pull through loop on hook.
sc – single crochet: Insert hook into stitch, yarn over and pull through, yarn over and pull through last two loops on hook.
dc – double crochet: Yarn over, insert hook into stitch and pull through, yarn over and pull through first two loops on hook, yarn over and pull through last two loops on hook.
sp – space
36 ” x 48 ” (Lapghan Size)
- Pattern written in U.S Terms.
- Step-by-step video tutorial included with pattern.
- Border is explained through step-by-step photos.
Cozy Cotton Crochet Blanket Pattern
Row 1: dc in the 3rd ch from the hook, ch 2, sc in the next ch. *skip 2 ch, 2 dc in the next ch, ch 2, sc in the next ch. Repeat from * across row, turn.
Row 2: ch 2, skip the first stitch, 2 dc, ch 2, sc in the chain space. *skip next 3 stitches. 2 dc, ch 2, sc in the chain space. Repeat from * across row, turn.
Row 3 – Row 88: repeat row 2
Finish off, but do not cut yarn.
Puff Stitch Border Abbreviation:
3 puff sts – 3 puff stitch: (yo, insert hook into stitch, yo, draw yarn through stitch) 3 times in same stitch. yo, draw yarn through 6 loops on hook. yo, draw yarn through last 2 loops.
How to crochet a puff stitch border around your blanket
Start your puff stitch border at the end of where you finished the blanket.
- Ch 2
- Start first 3-puff sts in ch-space, ch 2, second 3-puff sts in same ch-space, ch 2, final 3-puff sts in same ch-space.
- sc in next stitch
- Repeat step 2
- Repeat step 3
- sl st to last stitch when finished with the border.
You want to continue to do this all the way around the blanket. You should have a total of 152 (3-puff sts) around the blanket.
Once you are finished with your border, cut yarn, and weave in ends.
Voila! You’re done.
I hope you enjoyed making the cozy cotton crochet blanket. Don’t forget to share it with me on Facebook or Instagram. I would love to see your crochet blanket!