Cozy, drapey, and modern, the Cobblestone blanket is an easy to crochet textured blanket pattern. The simple two row repeat pattern creates a unique texture that is very mindless to crochet. This free crochet pattern includes written instructions for 9 sizes and a video tutorial on the stitch pattern.
Want more Cobblestone stitch patterns? Try this washcloth or these pumpkins!
One of my favorite stitches of all time is the cobblestone stitch. It is such an easy and mindless stitch pattern that creates the prettiest little bobble texture. Ever since I discovered this stitch a few years ago, I have been dreaming about creating a simple blanket pattern with this stitch. This blanket was a long time coming, but I am beyond thrilled to finally release the Cobblestone Blanket pattern!
If you are looking for a simple, mindless project, I strongly encourage you to make this blanket! This cozy blanket became such a comfort project because of how easy it is to crochet. After a long, exhausting day, it was so therapeutic to pick up this blanket and to allow myself to mindlessly crochet the adorable bobbles.
This is the second blanket I have made with WeCrochet’s Swish DK and I am already planning a third blanket with this yarn! This versatile yarn is soft, durable and it creates the most beautiful, draped fabric! With over 40 beautiful color ways, the color options are truly endless!
I hope you enjoy the free crochet pattern for this cozy textured blanket below!
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Yarn: 375, 738, 1230, 1968, 2520, 3198, 3936, 4674, 5412 yards of DK (category 3) weight yarn. 3(6, 10, 16, 21, 26, 32, 38, 44) skeins of WeCrochet Swish DK in Nutmeg Heather
Hook: US H/5.00mm crochet hook
You will also need: Tapestry needle
- The pattern is worked in US crochet terms.
- The blanket is worked in rows and the rows are the width of the blanket
Skill Level: Easy
Sl st: Slip stitch
Sc: Single crochet
Tr: Triple/treble crochet
The written pattern is below on how to crochet the stitch pattern, however if you would like a visual here is a video tutorial on how to crochet the cobblestone stitch
Gauge: 8 stitches of 8 rows following the stitch pattern in the pattern = 2 inches
Sizes: The free pattern is available in the throw size, with the other sizes available in the PDF pattern.
Ch 165 (Alternative is foundation sc 164 and skip to row 2)
Row 1: 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook and in every ch across
Row 2: *1 tr in first st, 1 sc in next st* repeat to end of row. (164) sts. Ch 1, turn.
Row 3: 1 sc in every st. (164) sts. Ch 1, turn.
Row 4: *1 sc in first st, 1 tr in next st* repeat to end of row. Work 1 sl st into last st with the tr (this sl st DOES NOT count as a stitch. It acts as a closure to create the bobble). (164) sts. Ch 1, turn.
Row 5: 1 sc in every st. (164) sts. Ch 1, turn.
Repeat rows 2-5 for a total of 217 rows.
Row 1: Evenly sc around the entire blanket working 3 sc into each corner of the blanket
Fasten off, weave in loose ends.
I hope you enjoy this textured crochet blanket pattern! Be sure to tag me on Instagram with your cozy blanket, I would love to see it!
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Colleen Pacocha says
I love the look of this stitch. Can’t wait to try it.
Frances Wilson says
Love the stitch! Thanks for sharing your creations!
Hi Grace! What size blanket is your pattern with the ch 165 and 217 rows? Is it a throw size? Thanks!
Yes, that is the throw size!
Nicole McGowan says
I am new to crocheting, and I am currently crocheting this pattern!
I’m sorry if I missed it in the post, but do you know approximately how many skeins of yarn the throw size will need?
Trying to grab the yarn I’m using at the store before they run out!
Nicole McGowan says
Found it! Haha sorry I can’t figure out how to delete my comment
Hi! How many skeins do I need for a throw size? Love this thank you!
Approximately 21 skeins
Has anyone tried this stitch and/or pattern using bernat blanket yarn and does it look good? I realize the gauge will be way different but was wondering if it still looks cute. Thanks!
Judy Lush says
Hi, this is the nicest stitch I’ve seen. I would love to make this using the cream coloured yarn you used in the picture. Would you mind telling me the brand name of the yarn so that I can purchase it? Thanks so much!
I used WeCrochet Swish DK in Nutmeg Heather!
Kaitlyn Trudeau says
How many did you purchase to create the throw size?
Hello! I used 21 skeins
Patty Ashcraft says
The video seems to be crocheting from left to right? Shouldn’t it be right to left?
I’m left handed, so I crochet from left to right!
YAY! Me, too… it’s always great to find left handed resources. Thanks!
How many chains do I need for toddler blanket?
The instructions for the other sizes are available in the PDF version that is available in my Etsy shop!
Debbie O’Regan says
How do I purchase the PDF in stroller size?
The PDF is available in my Etsy shop (linked above!)
Can you email me the pattern as a PDF to Cobblestone blanket
The PDF version of the pattern can be purchased here ❤️
Gorgeous! Is this a very lightweight yarn like would be used for a baby blanket?
Thank you! Yes, it is lighter than worsted weight and it works great for baby blankets.
How would this stitch do with cotton yarn? Also, how big are the skeins that you used? I’m thinking maybe they are on the smaller side of skeins.
Hello Sheree! I actually think cotton yarn would give this stitch a more defined look. However, if you use cotton yarn, I recommend a pima cotton, or a cotton blend to maintain the drape and softness. I’d say the skeins I used were more on the smaller side 🙂
Jenn Pennell says
I absolutely LOVE the design on this throw! Thanks for the inspiration!
Jenn // http://www.shawave.com