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22 Lace Crochet Blanket Patterns

By: The Editors of AllFreeCrochet.com
Updated April 25, 2021
Lace Crochet Blanket Patterns

There’s something so pretty and delicate about lace crochet blankets, don’t you think? They’re worked up so intricately and with such care yet they still provide some warmth despite being so light and open. In fact, I’d say they’re perfect for the spring and summer months as you don’t want to get weighed down by thick yarn and heavy crochet stitches. From baby blankets to full sized afghans, crochet blankets worked flat in rows or as individual crochet granny squares, lace blankets instantly add a breath of fresh air to any room. Just like any pattern, some are easy while some of the more intricate designs are much harder. To get you started on these lace beauties, we’ve gathered our 22 favorite lace crochet blanket patterns, both full sized afghans and granny square patterns, to try out.

BONUS: Lace Tutorial

Lovely Lacy Joining

"Sometimes we only have time to make a single crochet square. Over time, we accumulate a stack of these pretty squares and are left wondering what to do with them all. This Lovely Lacy Joining is an elegant solution to your lonely granny squares. With this lace crochet pattern, you'll learn how to join crochet squares into a blanket for a baby, child, or adult, depending on how many granny squares you've saved up. This lace stitch may take a bit of practice, but this project is so gorgeous that it's worth the extra effort."

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