Make this easy crochet throw blanket (along with seven other blanket sizes) today with this free beginner-friendly pattern!
Read on down to find the free pattern design below that is now written in 8 sizes or purchase an easy to print PDF with all EIGHT sizes listed with complete yardage.
The whole crochet blanket pattern uses simple crochet stitches, which means you’ll have an afghan made in no time at all!
Keep on reading. You don’t want to stop yet.
I am so excited for you to make this blanket. It is one that you’ll go back to time and time again.
Learn How to Crochet a Throw Today!
The Jane Throw Blanket is our simple crochet throw pattern that uses basic stitches in a way that creates a beautiful looking texture! Once you learn how to crochet this blanket you will realize it is the perfect crochet sofa throw to cozy up with on a chilly evening.
If you want to make one too, then read on down to get the free crochet pattern for yourself!
Simple Crochet Throw Afghan
Use this simple blanket pattern for all your crochet blankets and throws! Make this afghan smaller and use it as a crochet baby blanket too! You can easily crochet this beautiful crochet throw blanket in just a few days!
The Yarn That’s Perfect for This Throw
Since it is so cold in PA in wintertime, I knew that when designing the Jane Throw Blanket I
needed wanted to use Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick (WET&Q).
I love using this yarn, and I do for most of my crochet blankets and throws. You could even use this yarn to make my Willow Throw Blanket too, which is another chunkier throw that is perfect for wintertime!
Neutrals Go With Everything!
I went with the colorway Fossil because it is just simply gorgeous! This yarn has a beautiful blend of neutrals and a hint of silver throughout making for a beautiful color.
It is the perfect colorway to use because it can easily fit in with most any decor. 🙂 Not to mention the bulky yarn creates a pretty cozy chunky crochet blanket which is perfect for snuggling!
This Crochet Blanket Uses Just a Basic Crochet Stitch
To start the Jane Throw, you will need to know how to chain and single crochet! Yep! That’s it! If you are new to crocheting, this would be the perfect project to try. This pattern is a combination of single crocheting and chaining one, which is called the sand stitch, moss stitch or granite stitch.
I created a post about the sand stitch for those who would like a tutorial and or even a refresher on this beauty of a stitch. Learn more about the sand stitch tutorial.
Do You Want a Crochet Kit Instead?
Also, I wanted to add that Lion Brand Yarn has generously made this into a crochet kit that includes the PDF version of the pattern and all the yarn needed!
Purchase the Jane Crochet Throw Blanket Kit
Jane Video Tutorial
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Looking for a PDF Version Instead?
If you prefer a PDF version of this pattern, please head on over to my pattern shop to purchase it for the cost of a fancy coffee! Otherwise, read on down for the free design here on the blog!
Ready to Start?
I wrote this blanket in a throw size blanket plus 7 others, but you can easily change this into any size by using an even starting chain number. Just imagine this design as a little crochet baby throw blanket!
Ready to get started? Read on down to find the full tutorial and
Jane Throw Blanket – A Free Crochet Blanket Pattern
Skill Level: Easy
- Size 9 mm crochet hook (or whatever hook is need to obtain gauge)
- Lion Brand WET&Q in Fossil or any bulky 6 yarn
- Lion Brand WET&Q in Fisherman for the border or any bulky 6 yarn (optional)
- Yarn Needle
Here we show how many stitches across and rows down you will need for 8 different sizes of this beautiful blanket pattern.
|Height (in)||Width (in)||Starting Stitches||Total Rows|
Yarn Yardage Per Blanket Size
|Main Yardage||Border Yardage|
How to Change Size
- Adjust size by chaining an even # to start.
- Take a look at our crochet blanket size chart for guidance
- Written in Standard US terms.
- Finished size varies with the size made
- Stitch counts are given at the end of each row in ()
*Please read this part. If gauge is not followed it will change the size of your blanket dramatically. It is important. Learn more about gauge in crochet to see exactly why it is good to follow.
- Gauge pattern: Ch 10 and follow pattern as written below for 7 rows
- 8 st’s x 7 rows = 4″ x 4″
Jane Blanket Pattern Steps
Each size has its options listed below the start, which is for all sizes.
Start: Foundation Row: Chain 26 (62, 82, 86, 106, 134, 182, 218)
Row 1: One single crochet in the 4th chain from the hook, *chain 1, skip next chain, 1 single crochet in next chain, repeat from * across. Turn. 24 (60, 80, 84, 104, 132, 180, 216)
Row 2: Ch 2, skip first single crochet, *1 single crochet in next chain 1 space, chain 1, skip next single crochet, repeat from * across ending with 1 sc in the turning chain, Turn. 24 (60, 80, 84, 104, 132, 180, 216)
Lovey Size Option:
Row 3 – 21: Repeat row 2. (26)
Stroller Size Option:
Row 3 – 61: Repeat row 2. (60)
Receiving Size Option:
Row 3 – 70: Repeat row 2. (80)
Baby Size Option:
Row 3 – 91: Repeat row 2. (84)
Throw Size Option:
Row 3 – 105: Repeat row 2. (104)
Twin Size Option:
Row 3 – 158: Repeat row 2. (132)
Full/Queen Size Option:
Row 3 – 158: Repeat row 2. (180)
King Size Option:
Row 3 – 189: Repeat row 2. (216)
For all sizes
- Join in the Fisherman color at the end of the last row using my changing colors in crochet method, which you can find “here.”
- Chain 1, evenly work single crochets down the long side of the blanket.
- When you reach the last stitch (corner) do 3 single crochets. Work single crochet along the short edge of the blanket until you reach the last stitch. Make 3 single crochets in the last stitch to make another corner.
- Next, evenly single crochets along the other long side. Make 3 single crochets in the last stitch to form the corner.
- Finally, evenly work single crochets along the last short edge or the last row of the blanket.
- To finish join with a slip stitch into the row below the border.
Next, slip stitch into every stitch along the first long edge, including 1 of the corner stitches, in the second corner stitch work a slip stitch, ch 1, work a slip stitch, turn to the short edge and continue slip stitching across, work rest of the border in the same fashion.
Finishing: Weave in all the loose ends with a yarn needle or a smaller crochet hook.
You Probably Should Try This One Too!
Your Jane Throw Blanket is now complete! Jane is a quick and easy crochet throw blanket pattern once you get the stitch repeat down! If you liked the Jane, you would probably also enjoy our Alissa Crochet Throw Blanket Pattern. I promise you’ll love it!
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