Do you need a crochet blanket right now? Between the rush of summer vacation and back to school days, it’s easy to lose track of time. All of a sudden, it’s fall and you need a cozy crocheted throw for your home or as a big-ticket item for your craft fair booth. It’s not too late! We’ve hand-picked seven quick and easy crochet blanket patterns for you. Start one today and you’ll have a beautiful handmade blanket before you know it.
The patterns featured in this roundup show you how to crochet a blanket with thick yarn. These blankets work up in no time so you can quickly add to your handmade inventory. Because they work up in less time, that means handmade sellers can make more money per hour of labor.
Not only are they profitable, these patterns are winners with customers. Thick yarns and big stitches make for eye-catching textures. They’re perfect for snuggling under at outdoor sporting events or while watching holiday movies. Or for those beloved little ones, we’ve also included some baby blanket crochet patterns. Whip one up one of these best-selling crochet blanket designs and watch the “oohs” and “ahs” commence.
Optimize Your Crochet Patterns for Maximum Profit!
Before we move on to the patterns, I want to get real for a minute. If you’re a handmade seller, no doubt you have heard customers make comments like, “That’s too expensive,” or, “My grandma could make that!” Especially large items like blankets will carry a larger price tag to reflect the cost of materials and your hours of hard work. So how can you fix it?
This situation is frustrating but it’s not hopeless. Over on the Crochetpreneur blog, I’ll show you some strategies to fix a mismatch between pricing and perceived value. By applying these strategies, you can price your products in a way that has your customers saying “Take my money!” while also bringing in a healthy profit.
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Now that we’ve talked the serious stuff, let’s get back to having fun and look at these seven gorgeous crochet blanket patterns.
Quick and Easy Crochet Blanket Patterns Roundup
Quick and Easy Crochet Blanket Patterns
A little bit of texture and some beach colors create this amazing beachy looking blanket. Perfect for curling up on the beach when their is a cool summer breeze or throwing over the back of the couch in your lakeside cottage.
Little Puff Baby Blanket
The Little Puff Baby Blanket is loaded with the right amount of texture to keep little fingers from poking through. The two-toned design allows much room to play with different color possibilities.
Wrap Me In Sunshine Blanket
Beautiful and easy blanket features lovely texture made with self-striping yarn!
Perfect Preemie Blanket
The Perfect Preemie Blanket is so beautiful and soft. It is great to make for a preemie or can be adjusted to a larger size. The yarn and stitch combinations make this a true winner!!
Petals for Ava
An easy crochet baby blanket that will work up quickly in your favorite bulky yarn. It makes a beautiful blanket that's simple and elegant, perfect for gifting! Pattern includes 2 different border options.
Crochet Lap Throw - The Wildflowers Lapghan
The Wildflowers Lapghan is made with a simple and fun-to-work shell stitch that provides gorgeous texture, featuring a lightweight cotton blend yarn and fun tassels. This crochet lap throw uses an easy four-row repeat that works up fast and is perfect for beginner to intermediate crocheters looking to expand their skills.
A Latte Texture Chevron Ripple Afghan
If you're looking for a quick blanket with a lot of texture and personality, the A Latte Texture Chevron Ripple Afghan is for you! With a bulky weight yarn, this pattern is a breeze to work up and makes a fantastic gift! The pattern includes instructions for several sizes, as well as a custom size!
Time to start crocheting! Comment below and tell us which blanket your customers or loved ones would love. And designers, please share your best-selling blanket patterns with us, too!
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