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Country Cottage Blanket Pattern

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This country cottage blanket pattern is a wonderfully relaxing crochet pattern with lots of texture. It is inspired by sitting and relaxing with my cup of coffee by the window watching the weather and enjoying the crochet process.

Crochet Sedge Stitch Blanket Pattern

With this simple sedge stitch pattern, you can create a beautiful, rustic-inspired blanket in no time. I used one color of yarn all the way through with this blanket to create a serene looking throw. Once you get the hang of this repeating pattern, it is easy to crochet.

It is easy to tell where you left off and what stitch to start on.

Best of all, it’s easy to crochet. You’ll be able to whip up this blanket in no time at all.

If you’re in the mood for some cozy crochet this winter, look no further than this charming Country Cottage Blanket Pattern. The intricate design is perfect for those colder days when you want to curl up with a good book and a warm cup of coffee, chocolate or tea.

Let’s get started on the pattern.

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Country Cottage Blanket Pattern

Modified Sedge Stitch

While this is the traditional sedge stitch after the first few rows, it starts out modified.

Normally, you skip chain stitches in the first row and work three stitches in a chain. If you plan on crocheting a border on your blanket, this can cause the border to pull the yarn away from the first row. I am not a fan of the unsightly gaps on this end. It is much more professional looking if the bottom, top, and sides look similar.

Therefore, I worked the half double crochet in each stitch across for row 1. This provides a nice sturdy base to work from. When the border is crocheted, there is no unsightly gap.

You can find the full tutorial for the sedge stitch along with the video tutorials for both left and right hand crocheters on the website.

textured crochet blanket

Directions: Country Cottage Blanket Pattern

Skill Level

Confident beginner crocheter. You should be able to crochet the single crochet, half double crochet, herringbone half double crochet, and double crochet to work the Sedge Stitch.  


33 X 50 inches

This pattern uses multiples of 3 for the beginning chain. That means 3 X 7 = 21. Therefore, the sample size I used today is 21 stitches.


Beige Lion Brand Coboo Yarn. 7 skeins or 1,624 yards. 6 skeins were used for the blanket itself with 1 skein for the crochet border.

If you are not able to find the yarn locally, you can find it here or a tan version here. 

Crochet Hook Size H 5.00 MM

Tapestry needle


Neutral color baby blanket


CH = Chain

DC = Double Crochet

HDC = Half Double Crochet

HHDC = Herringbone Half Double Crochet

SC = Single Crochet

SK = Skip

SP = Space

ST = Stitch

STs = Stitches

[ ] = Repeat Between

Pattern Notes

Each row has a turning chain, and you will turn at the end of each row.

This pattern is written in U.S. Crochet Terms.


Chain 121

Row 1

In the second chain from the hook work HDC and in each ST across. End with a HDC in the last ST. CH 1. Turn

Row 2

(HDC, DC) in the first ST. [SK 2 STs in previous row. In the next SP work (SC, HDC, DC)] Repeat between [ ] across. End with SC in last ST. CH 1. Turn

Row 3

(HDC, DC) in the first ST. [SK 2 STs in previous row. In the next SC SP work (SC, HDC, DC)] Repeat between [ ] across. End with SC in last ST. CH 1. Turn

Rows 4 – 126

Repeat row 3.


Weave in yarn ends and remove excess yarn.

country cottage throw blanket

Crochet Border

Rows 1-3

CH 2, work a HHDC in each ST. Work 3 HHDC in each corner ST. Join with a SL ST into the top Ch of the first CH 2.


Weave in yarn ends and remove excess yarn.

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