21 Knitted Throw Blanket Patterns

Knit blankets never go out of style, and it’s not hard to see why. Whether you opt for a whimsical, chunky knit featuring oversized yarn or a more classic, subdued option, these stylish knitted throw blanket patterns will quickly add coziness and charm to any room in your home. What’s more, with so many stunning designs below, these breathable throws work beautifully as cozy gifts for your friends and family—no matter the season.

Your oversized comforter has no business on the couch with your dog and Netflix snacks—give it a break and just add that cozy throw you wish you had made months ago. And, if you’re stumped on which snuggly style to knit, we’ve gone ahead and done the blanket-browsing for you! Ahead, find very cozy throw blankets that are worth putting on couch duty so your duvet can rest.


1. Knitted Mountain Throw Pattern by Mama In A Stitch

Cozy up with this gorgeous, squishy throw all winter long. Two modern stitch patterns come together to create a timeless blanket featuring understated texture. The little “mountains” are created with a simple knit and purl variation worked over four rows. This is easy enough for adventurous beginners and it looks amazing in any space! It works up quickly too, with large needles and luxurious chunky yarn.

Knitted Mountain Throw Pattern by Mama In A Stitch

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2. Block Throw Blanket Knitting Pattern by Knitting With Chopsticks

If you’re new to knitting, this Block Blanket Knitting Pattern is perfect for your first project! It uses only the knit stitch and is created one square at a time, but that doesn’t mean it’s not adorable as well.

Or maybe you’re a more experienced knitter, and you’re looking for something easy to create while you catch up on your favorite show. This is the easiest blanket to make!

Block Throw Blanket Knitting Pattern by Knitting With Chopsticks

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3. Bobble Knit Throw Blanket Pattern by Knifty Knittings

This Bobble Knit Throw is full of chunky bobbles in a simple but eye-catching diamond pattern. It’s surrounded in a border of classic seed stitch, which is worked as you go. It’s the perfect size for a personal lap blanket, or feel free to make it larger or smaller by increasing or decreasing the cast on amount by multiples of ten.

Bobble Knit Throw Blanket Pattern by Knifty Knittings

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4. Knitted Ripple Throw Blanket Pattern by Red Heart

The classic appeal of this knit blanket comes from its masculine tones that make it perfect for the den, family room, rec room and more. Keep the background color neutral and change the stripe colors to best match your home. Zigzags keep the project interesting as you create various patterns to give the finished throw a modern look of warmth.

Knitted Ripple Throw Blanket Pattern by Red Heart

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5. Modern Knitted Throw Blanket Pattern by Meghan Makes Do

Get cozy with this modern geometric blanket. Made from individual knit squares, it’s the perfect project to take on the go. You will need to know basic knitting techniques in order to make this pattern. Squares are made individually and then joined together using a crochet hook.

Modern Knitted Throw Blanket Pattern by Meghan Makes Do

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6. Paix Faux Fur Throw Knitting Pattern by De Brosse NYC

This Paix Fur Throw is an absolute dream to work up, and comes together quickly. The overall look and feel is a full sheet of fur fabric, with little trace of any stitches.

Paix Faux Fur Throw Knitting Pattern by De Brosse NYC

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7. Madeline Throw Knitting Pattern by Kneedles & Life

This Madeline Throw knits up quickly with super bulky yarn and large knitting needles. It would make a lovely addition to any home, and it would also make a special gift for a loved one. The pattern is a simple, 4 row repeat. It’s great for mindlessly knitting while watching a movie, and will keep your legs warm at the same time!

Madeline Throw Knitting Pattern by Kneedles & Life

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8. Double Cable Throw Blanket Knitting Pattern by Midknits

This chunky blanket is knit using six strands of acrylic yarn to create a modern throw that can also function beautifully as rug. With written instructions, including photos for pattern clarification, this is an easy to follow how-to.

Double Cable Throw Blanket Knitting Pattern by Midknits

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9. Harvest Throw Knitting Pattern by Two Of Wands

As autumn approaches, the dipping temperatures and early evenings call for the snuggliest of blankets. Enter the Harvest Throw, a textured and fringed beauty ready and waiting for crackling fireside hangs and chilly morning coffee dates. This beginner friendly afghan makes a big impact with simple stitches and is a show-stopping piece for any occasion.

Harvest Throw Knitting Pattern by Two Of Wands

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10. Seed Stitch Knit Throw Blanket Pattern by The Sweeter Side Of Mommyhood

If you are still learning and need to go at a slower pace, this Chunky Knit Seed Stitch Blanket is a really speedy project in general thanks to the fluffier yarn and bigger needles. The colors just scream fall (and if you need a more boyish palette just swap the two pinks for an olive shade and a dark green green!).

A perfect chunky knit blanket project to make a new throw for your couch or to gift to any babies you know being born in the cooler months! The final product is a super cozy and beautiful (not to mention warm) blanket perfect for fall and winter.

Seed Stitch Knit Throw Blanket Pattern by The Sweeter Side Of Mommyhood

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11. Granny Square Style Knitted Throw Pattern by Whistle And Wool

Rhythmic stitches and a customizable fade make up this cozy throw. Create this in your favorite colors to match your mood or favorite seasonal colors and you’ll smile every time you reach for this throw to cuddle up in. 

Granny Square Style Knitted Throw Pattern by Whistle And Wool

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12. Color Blocks Knit Throw Pattern by Yarnspirations

Colorful and dramatic tones define this knit throw that keeps the chill out while adding a modern touch to your room. Twelve easy squares are stitched and then sewn together to complete a handmade original. Cuddle it on the sofa, or warm up to it in the bedroom. 

Color Blocks Knit Throw Pattern by Yarnspirations

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13. Zen Blanket Knit Throw Pattern by Leelee Knits

This pattern for the Zen Blanket alternates rows of ridged lace, with a mix of stockinette and garter stitch to create a squishy, stretchy fabric that is incredibly cozy to cuddle up with. This throw looks gorgeous draped over the sofa or arm chair. It’s also great to wrap up in for cooler evenings spent outdoors.

Zen Blanket Knit Throw Pattern by Leelee Knits

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14. Knitted Throw Blanket Pattern by Knifty Knittings

This Fisherman’s Throw will have you dreaming of cozy evenings snuggled with your loved ones. With its easy to remember stitch pattern, it makes for an enjoyable textured knit that you’ll look forward to after a long day. It’s written for four different sizes: baby, lapghan, toddler, and standard throw. This is a great pattern for beginners!

Knitted Throw Blanket Pattern by Knifty Knittings

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15. Modern Buffalo Plaid Knitted Throw Blanket Pattern by One Dog Woof

Keep things bright and simple in your home with this modern buffalo plaid knitted blanket. It’s got just enough color to add an accent to a room without feeling too busy. Unlike a quilt, the Terra Blanket is knit up in rows, not pieced together as blocks, which means there’s no seams!

This knitted blanket features big blocks of color that form a basic buffalo plaid pattern. It’s worked up in the knit seed stitch, making it a really great project to work on while letting your mind wander. 

Modern Buffalo Plaid Knitted Throw Blanket Pattern by One Dog Woof

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16. Falling Bobbles Throw Blanket Knitting Pattern by Purl Soho

Knitting bobbles is like putting the cherry on top. You work along in happy anticipation until the gratifying moment you get to create a big, tasty bobble. This Falling Bobbles Throw Blanket is filled with these gratifying moments!

This blanket begins with a heavy concentration of bobbles that, as you knit, tapers down to a less-frequent few. On size 15 needles, this Falling Bobbles Blanket is a quick knit and a fun one, too, with dozens of cherries on top!

Falling Bobbles Throw Blanket Knitting Pattern by Purl Soho

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17. Easy Knitted Throw Blanket Pattern by Mama In A Stitch

This timeless knit blanket pattern goes with any home décor and is easily customized with your favorite colors. The super bulky yarn and large knitting needles make it a fairly quick knit and the chunky wool blend yarn makes it a cozy and beautiful home accent. Easy stitches create lofty textures and the play on stockinette stitch adds a unique and unexpected beauty to the blanket. 

Easy Knitted Throw Blanket Pattern by Mama In A Stitch

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18. Bella Vita Knitted Throw Blanket Pattern by Christa Co Design

This Bella Vita Throw Blanket is an easy knitting pattern with a beautiful result. Knitted with a wool blend super bulky yarn, this throw blanket makes a gorgeous wedding gift for that special couple. If you’re looking for a housewarming gift, this Bella Vita Blanket works up quickly and you can customize the colors to suit the home.

Bella Vita Knitted Throw Blanket Pattern by Christa Co Design

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19. Cable Knit Throw Pattern by Red Heart

If you’re a fan of cable knit projects, this pattern is for you! This knit throw has it all – a graceful cable and lace design along with timeless textural qualities. Simply select the shade that inspires your creative vision. Whether you lay it over a sofa, chair or bed, this throw is sure to be a focal point in any room.

Cable Knit Throw Pattern by Red Heart

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20. Simple Knit Hygge Throw Pattern by Yarn Hook Needles

This pattern features the stockinette knitting stitch which is basically a right and wrong side pattern with knit stitches displaying on the right side and purl stitches displaying on the wrong side.

This Simple Hygge Throw is great for learning how to knit the two most basic stitches you would need for making just about any type of knitwork you could imagine. Because of the size of this yarn and needles, you will be using, you can get this beauty worked up really quick!

Simple Knit Hygge Throw Pattern by Yarn Hook Needles

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21. Rainbow Flow Throw Knitting Pattern by Whistle And Wool

For an instant cheery mood boost, look no further then a rainbow. With an easy textured repeat, this lightweight combo of a neutral cotton and a colorful Mandala skein give a modern prismatic rainbow effect, sure to make you smile. 

Rainbow Flow Throw Knitting Pattern by Whistle And Wool

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WHETHER YOU’RE THINKING OF KNITTING A THROW AS A CHRISTMAS GIFT OR STARTING A BLANKET FOR THE NEW YEAR, THESE KNITTED THROW BLANKET PATTERNS ARE SOME FUN OPTIONS TO TRY!

While blankets can sometimes take patience, they are one of the most useful and cherished items that we can knit. We hope that you’ve enjoyed checking out these patterns, and we’d love to hear if you make one! Just share your makes on our Facebook Page.

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Wrapping yourself up in something soft, warm, and cozy is one of the best feelings. So, it’s no wonder that these knitted throw blanket patterns are a favorite way to cozy up when winding down. Happy knitting!