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Heidi Blanket

By: Ashley Leither from
Heidi Blanket
Heidi Blanket

"I enjoy working on projects where I can snuggle up on the couch with my yarn, hook and binge watch my new favorite show on Netflix! The Heidi Blanket is just great for that, the pattern is worked up with thick yarn a weight 6, I used Lion Brand Hometown USA in Miami Seafoam. Once you pick your size and work up the first few rows, you will be able to sit back and just work the blanket until you reach the length needed! So grab your yarn and get hooked on a new blanket pattern!"


Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeGauge: 8 Stitches and 4 Rows = 4”X4” (dc)

Finished SizeBaby Blanket and Throw

Materials List

  • Yarn: Super Bulky, Weight 6; Example made with Lion Brand Hometown USA (Miami Seafoam)
  • Tapestry Needle, Scissors and Measuring Tape
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I too thought that this was a basket weave design. It is a very different one though. But it's so easy. And pretty and that's what counts in my book. I just hope my arthritis in my hands doesn't kick up because of the extra weight in the yarn. Last time it did.

So this is suppose to be one of the mindless projects? I would not have believed it until I read the directions by looking at the finished project pictures. This is one of those projects you can work and not have to worry about counting and where you are in the pattern. Thanks for the freebie and all the notes with it.

I would love to know why the designer named this the Heidi Blanket. At any rate, I have to admit it is a beautiful pattern that will work up easily once you get started.

Why does this pattern call for Size M hook in one materials list, size N in another materials list, and Size K twice in the actual pattern?

At first glance of this Heidi Blanket I thought it was just another basket weave pattern. After reading the written pattern, I see it isn't and just a repeat of row 2 that is so much different then the basketweave. I really like this one and have saved it and will be making it. The yarn and color used is so nice, I think my Grandson will love this one. The written pattern is well written and easy to follow. Thank you so much for sharing this this free crochet blanket pattern.

At first glance, this project looks like it has been worked Corner to Corner, but its not. The designer gives instructions for two different sizes, but you could customize it as necessary. The pattern is so repetitive (just Row 2) that its the perfect project for a Netflix and Chill night. Were expecting heavy snow this weekend, so I might grab my hooks and yarn early!

What a great color! That's the first thing I noticed, right off the bat. I am a color-obsessed. Now as far as the stitch pattern, I have seen this in another pattern recently. It almost resembles a type of basket weave. I can make this any size I want, too! A color blocked baby blanket would look cool and modern -)

This is very pretty and after reading thru the directions ( something I recommend everyone should do) before starting, I see it is a very easy pattern. I love the color too. I have used Honetown many times. It's a great yarn. I love the edge on this too. It would be a great gift.


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