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Crochet blankets are a popular item for keeping cozy during the winter months. But, are they really warm? In this blog post, we answer that question and more! Read on to find out about what makes crochet blankets so great as well as some tips on making the warmest blanket possible!

Are Crochet Blankets Warm?

Yes, crochet blankets are very warm! Crochet blankets are warm because the stitches trap air in between them, insulating you and keeping heat close to your body instead of letting it escape into cold winter nights. This is also what makes crochet so cozy! The texture on a crocheted blanket feels nice against skin as well – this can be especially helpful for those with sensitive or dry skin, or those who suffer from allergies.

The next time you’re feeling cold, reach for that granny square blanket or cuddly crochet afghan in the closet and you’ll be toasty warm in no time!

How to Make a Crochet Blanket Warmer?

To make a crochet blanket warmer, you could add a layer of fleece or wool on top, which would trap more air and make the blanket even warmer. You could also add a crocheted border to your crochet project – this will help keep drafts out!

The thickness of a crochet blanket is also an important factor in how warm it will be for you – thicker blankets are warmer than thinner ones! For that reason, if you’re looking to make a warmer crochet blanket, you could pick a chunky yarn. A big bulky yarn will make a thicker blanket and can make a stylish throw blanket that makes a statement piece in your living room.

Yarn choice is also important when it comes to makes a warmer crocheted blanket. Wool is a popular choice for crocheting blankets out of because it’s warm and durable. Wool yarns are also hypoallergenic, which makes them the perfect option if you have sensitive skin or allergies!

What Yarn Makes the Warmest Blanket?

Wool is one of the warmest materials you can make a blanket out of. Wool can keep you up to 20 degrees warmer than other materials like cotton or polyester! Plus it’s hypoallergenic and resistant against moths and dust mites, so your blanket will last for years without needing any special care.

Other natural animal fibers such as cashmere, merino, and alpaca also make very warm and soft blankets, but they can be extremely expensive to use because blankets require such a large amount of yarn.

Blankets made from synthetic materials, like polyester or acrylic yarns are also warm and affordable. But they can’t trap as much air in between the stitches so it’s not quite a good insulator against cold temperatures when compared to natural fibers! Synthetic materials can also be easier to care for since they’re safe for a quick machine wash (be sure to check the care instructions on your yarn though!) and are usually available in a wider range of colors than natural fibers.

Cotton yarn is a great choice if you’re looking for a natural, vegan fiber to use. It creates a lightweight blanket that’s ideal for warmer weather because it’s more breathable than other types of yarn. It’s not the best choice for a thick winter blanket, however.


Crochet blankets are great for keeping you warm and cozy. Even better, as handmade items, they often have a sentimental value that seems to wrap you in extra warmth. With proper care, they can become a family heirloom for years to come!

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