On crocheted bedspreads you will surely remind you of a more handmade style of blanket or blanket and even your grandmother, who spends hours with a crochet in hand, elevates and elevates as the hours go by!
The crocheted blanket is one of those that never go out of style, because the craftsmanship is constantly being renewed in its combinations, dots and everyday objects and is very well integrated into new and modern styles. After all, they are doubly useful: to warm us up and make the house more stylish and cozy.
So today we brought a post with just the more interesting crochet blankets for almost all styles, from the most rustic to those who like a more modern tone.
For those who already know how to crochet, it’s time to get rid of the fear of bigger projects and use this craft to decorate your home! For those who are completely new to the game, we have put together some tips for you so that you can naturally choose your graphic, line, needle and quilting style from our traditional photo gallery of many different designs with graphics and tutorials.
Disconnect your cord and crochet hook and join us in this super special post!
First step: choosing the type of crochet and patterns
You will see in our picture gallery that in the case of comforters, there are various shapes, types of lines, stitches and patterns that can be made. Not all crochet work is as versatile as clothing, for example.
This is a benefit as it increases the type of materials and graphics you can use in creating your ceiling.
With so many options, choosing colors and patterns can actually be a problem!
Step two: how to choose the ideal line for your work?
Crochet seams are made from wool, cotton, or acrylic threads twisted together, with the amount of thread directly affecting the thickness of the cord and its uses.
For the thicker lines, crocheting doesn’t get as complex as it is limited to simple and easy points. This does not mean that your job is easy and boring! With the right model, crocheting with the starting points is a special attraction!
With thinner lines, the possibilities of stitches and designs increase, but also the effort and man-hours that have to be done. Each type of line has its advantages and disadvantages.
Step three: the right needle for your line
By choosing the thread you can find your perfect needle. It is interesting to choose the first line as most manufacturers indicate the needle size for each line on the back of their packaging. It is always good to have these indications because some lines simply cannot be passed from side to side with a very thin or very thick needle.
The right needle makes your job more comfortable and affects the type of stitch you can make: the thicker needles leave the point more open, while the thinner needles leave the narrowest point, great for those who want to be pretty detailed!
Step four: whole quilt X patchwork
Patchwork quilts became famous for a good reason: they are easier to make because they allow your artisan to produce in all kinds of places and can be easily carried from one place to another. Because? It is that the rag rugs are made in a pitch from small or medium squares that are sewn together at the end.
Oh, and it doesn’t just work with crochet, surely you’ve seen other models with patchwork of fabric in the famous patchwork style!
The entire duvet is more difficult to transport because it is all of the work without any division. This does not affect their beauty. They look lovely too, but they may require some kind of strength to hold everything up, especially if it’s a double blanket!
Now yes! Start your crochet quilt:
With all of these first steps, it’s time to start your crochet blanket ! We separated a super-explanatory video lesson with a model of crocheted quilt patchwork so you can learn step by step, from first draft to time, to collect all the squares and lay the blanket on the bed!
Gallery of 50 photos of crocheted bedspreads to change the face of your craft
After these initial tips, check out the picture gallery with only quilts made with crochet , so you can get inspired and start planning your next craft!
Figure 1 – Several patterns sewn together in the same row.
Image 2 – crocheted duvet in one point with thick cord.
Figure 3 – Quilt the cord with flowers of multiple colors to suit a more colorful setting.
Image 4 – Quilt with thick cord and different directions and textures.
Figure 5 – Colorful squares put together on a dark background for a more contemporary style.
Be inspired by this model with graphics!
Image 6 – Quilt with dark cord for a more traditional and sober air for your room.
Image 7 – The most colorful duvets also give the environment a more romantic atmosphere!
Picture 8 – They are great for making a nicer drawing for your bedding.
Photo 9 – They even work for those who want to give the room a darker air! Here is a graphic for you to use to spread skulls for your craft!
Get inspiration from this chart model:
Picture 10 – Colored lines to give life to the gray work with a simple point.
Image 11 – Variations of the blue pool for those who love the sea.
Image 12 – Pattern with colored lines on a large job.
Figure 13 – Flowers sewn in small squares on a bedspread the size of your bed.
Image 14 – Unique color to bet on the feel of the texture of the points.
Image 15 – Colorful pastilles for a circus style.
Picture 16 – Half blanket just to decorate the bed.
Picture 17 – Super delicate stitches and drawings in this cast ceiling.
Image 18 – Cushions or pillows to match your bedspread.
Picture 19 – Another model with small flowers.
Picture 20 – Maximanta to do at home with their own hands!
Image 21 – Work in crochet to decorate the center of the bed.
Image 22 – Quilt in your favorite color and very warm protected from the cold.
Image 23 – Another colorful geometric pattern: hexagons with graphics for you at home.
And now check out the diagram template:
Figure 24 – Patterns with white spaces work very well with a colored sheet underneath
Image 25 – Colorful bedspread to match the decoration of the bedroom with that of the cot.
Picture 26 – In addition to giving the look of a handmade product, the crocheted blanket can add cozier to your surroundings.
Image 27 – Half a blanket to decorate your bed.
Picture 28 – Lace pattern for laying in bed.
Picture 29 – Triangles halfway!
Image 30 – Thick Barbed to add structure to your carpet.
Picture 31 – Colored quilted castings also work with neutral leaves in the background!
Figure 32 – Mixed or colored lines for you to choose the one you want.
Figure 33 – Different types of strings in different textures to add personality to your top.
Image 34 – Finishing with fringes!
Image 35 – The crochet blanket is also ideal for a rustic setting.
Image 36 – Show your chevron style with graphics and video.
Look at the diagram:
Video in English but to see how the plot point is done:
Image 37 – Extra thin line for bridal tip.
Picture 38 – Large stripes of color.
Picture 39 – Half blanket made of colored squares in knitting or crochet.
Image 40 – Half quilt for flower lovers.
Picture 41 – To only cover half of the bed with thick string.
Picture 42 – Income for a country idea style too! With a good graphic model.
And you can check this diagram with similar model.
Photo 43 – Bedspread to sleep warm and then furnish the bed with style.
Picture 44 – Super colorful squares to highlight the bed in the room decoration.
Image 45 – Gray base to match the space and colored balls to lift the astral!
Figure 46 – Another Quilt Style Income.
Figure 47 – Crochet bedspreads combine very well with a minimalist and contemporary style.
Picture 48 – Laced delicacy in the bedroom.
Picture 49 – Super colorful in squares with flowers.
Image 50 – Set with pillowcases
Step-by-step tutorials to spice up your crochet blanket
In some models of the duvet we see the use of motifs, mostly in a square format. The reasons are used in several parts and here is where you can learn how to do them:
01. Crochet a square motif
02. Mini crochet motif insert
03. Hexagonal motif in crochet
04. Square motif in crochet and how to make the union