Use this page as an easy reference to use when you are crocheting blankets and want to adjust the pattern to different blanket sizes.
This page and printable blanket size chart will help you out. This blanket sizes chart is similar to our free hook sizes chart.
I hope you enjoy this chart and find it useful when deciding on what size blanket you want to make.
How Blanket Sizes work in Crochet
Keep in mind these blankets sizes are approximate and do not need to be followed to the exact measurement. For example, If you want to make a blanket but want it to be 35″ x 35″ that is OK and would still be a great receiving, or stroller blanket.
If you are making a comforter for a bed it may be a different story because you would want to have the perfect amount to cover the bed. Really it is up to you to decide what is best for your situation. 🙂
Common Crochet Blanket Sizes
These are the common blanket sizes for the various uses cases. You will see some patterns deviate from these sizes slightly, and that is usually so that a particular pattern does not get interrupted (like a chevron).
|Lovey||12 x 12|
|Stroller||30 x 35|
|Receiving||40 x 40|
|Baby||42 x 52|
|Throw||52 x 60|
|Twin||66 x 90|
|Full / Queen||90 x 90|
|King||108 x 108|
Crochet Blanket Sizes Chart
Crochet Blankets to Make
Now you need to make a blanket with all this size information. Here are some of our favorite blanket crochet patterns. All of them can be resized to the different sizes I outlined above. Some patterns even have all the sizes spelled out in the pattern!
You can also explore the Easy Crochet blanket archives to pick a different blanket that is perfect for you.
Have Crochet Blanket Sizing Questions?
Have a question about a conversion? Join the Easy Crochet Facebook group to ask. Although I’d love to answer emails personally it is overwhelming at this moment. Please feel free to ask in the group instead. I pop in there a couple of times a week to answer questions too and everyone in the group is nice! Promise!