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Crochet Lap Blanket Free Pattern – Ferguson Blanket

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Crochet Lap Blanket being crocheted with skein of cream colored yarn and cup of coffee sitting next to it.

A crochet lap blanket pattern that is both simple and repetitive! This cozy blanket pattern is wonderful for gifting and donating!

This project would be a great crochet lap blanket for seniors or someone who may be in a wheelchair. They seem to fit perfectly into the chair over the person’s lap!

This blanket would also make a great crochet baby blanket! It has a nice solid stitch and would look great in any color to match baby’s nursery!

Pattern Inspiration

The Ferguson Lap Blanket crochet pattern uses the same great textured stitch combo as the Ferguson Hat and the Ferguson Scarf.

I just love this texture and the stitch combo is so easy and repetitive. It’s a wonderful project to work on in the car or while watching television.

This blanket makes a wonderful gift for adults and children alike!

Pattern Details

This crochet lap blanket pattern calls for worsted (#4) weight yarn.

I used two skeins of Lion Brand Yarn Pound of Love for my Ferguson Lap Blanket. It is a great acrylic yarn that comes in a variety of colors. It is also machine washable and dryable, so it’s easy to use for gifts because the recipient won’t need to put a lot of thought into the care of the yarn!

Another great yarn for this project would be Brava 500 from WeCrochet. This is also a large skein and you would only need 2 skeins to complete this blanket.

It took me about a skein and a half to complete the measurements in the pattern. I loved using pound of love because you only have to add yarn once. The whole skein is 1020 yards!

The pattern is rated Easy in pattern difficulty. Only a few basic crochet stitches are used throughout the workup.

The lap blanket is worked in a simple stitch multiple as well, so you can make it any size you prefer. You will work in rows. A trim is optional. The tassels pictured on the blanket below are not included in the pattern but you can find many tutorials on how to make yarn tassels online.

Close up of a cream colored crochet lap blanket, called the Ferguson Lap Blanket.

Ferguson Lap Blanket Crochet Pattern

You can purchase the printable pdf version of this pattern on Ravelry and Etsy!

Materials

1600-1700 yards worsted weight yarn

I (5.5mm) crochet hook

Scissors

Measuring tape

Tapestry needle

Difficulty

Easy

Gauge

14 sts = 4”

Sizing

35” x 40”

Pattern Notes

Starting chain does not count as first st unless stated otherwise within the pattern.

Pattern is worked in a multiple of 2 + 1. 

Stitches Needed & Abbreviations

st(s)- stitch(es)

ch(s)- chain(s)

fsc- chainless foundation single crochet

sc- single crochet

dc- double crochet

*- repeat from

Blanket

Row 1: FSC 120. (120)

Row 2: Ch 1, turn, skip 1st st, (sc, dc) in next st, *skip next st, (sc, dc) in next st*, repeat from * across. (120)

Repeat row 2 until blanket reach 40” high or desired height.

Optional Trim

Single crochet around entire blanket, working 2 sc in each corner. Fasten off. Weave in all ends.

Pattern is a copyright of Two Brothers Blankets. Please do not alter, copy, share, or sell in any way. You may, however, sell your finished products from this pattern.

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21 Comments

  1. I’ve got a new great granson coming in March. This looks keep a good crib blanket. Thanks for the pattern.

  2. I’ve got a new great grandson coming in March. This looks keep a good crib blanket. Thanks for the pattern.

  3. This pattern is such a great one for projects ‘on the go’ – I love working working on blankets with this pattern at my son’s soccer games and practices, super easy to pick up where I left off!

    1. Yes, I join my yarn mid stitch and then pull through. Then I usually cut the previous color and weave the ends into the blanket.

  4. Could this be made with a heavier yarn? Like a bulky 5?If so would there be any adjustments that would need to be made?

    1. You could. You would just need to use the multiples and chain until you get the length you desire.

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