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7 Too-Cute Hooded Blanket Patterns to Crochet

What do kids love more than a cuddly blanket? A blanket with a built-in friend! That’s what you get with these crochet hooded blanket patterns. Each one has a hood shaped like an animal, so kids can cuddle up with a truly special blanket.

10 crochet hooded blanket patterns kids will love!

jensen hooded blanket crochet pattern

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1. Jensen Hooded Blanket

A classic herringbone stitch is textured for warmth and is beautiful to crochet. The animal hood is simple to make, and it can be accented with either the bear ears or bunny ears (you get instructions for both). It comes in three sizes and with instructions for right- and left-handed crocheters.

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cat blanket crochet kit

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2. Quick & Bulky Cat Blanket

Get everything you need in one package when you purchase this popular cat blanket kit. Made with super bulky yarn and worked with two strands held together, it works up super fast, whether you make the child size, the adult size or the “adult plus” size of the blanket. Perfect for cat lovers, it has the cute pointy ears, wide eyes and little whiskers that make kittens so adorable. 

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dinosaur hooded blanket crochet pattern

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3. Dinosaur Hooded Blanket

Embrace the imagination and create a dino-inspired crochet hooded blanket! Dinosaurs are always a popular choice with kids, and this unisex green-and-brown textured blanket is a fun one to create. The pattern comes in sizes for toddlers, older children and adults. Worked with bulky yarn and a large size K crochet hook, you’ll find the design to be extra snuggly.

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alien monster hooded crochet blanket

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4. Alien Monster Hooded Blanket

This cotton blanket may feature an “alien monster,” but the details on the face are so comical and cartoonish, it couldn’t frightening anyone. The chevron stitch adds color pop to this hooded blanket. 

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unicorn blanket crochet pattern

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5. Unicorn Blanket / Cowl

In case the cute horn wasn’t enough, the colorful fringe on this extra bulky blanket is a great touch, brining additional whimsy. But what makes this pattern really special is that it comes with instructions to alter the basic blanket design to create an amazing hooded cowl instead. This could be great for a costume!

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dog hooded baby towel : blanket

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6. Dog Hooded Baby Towel / Blanket

Blankets may be trending, but hooded towels for babies and little kids have made bath time more fun for years. That’s what inspired this dog crochet pattern, which is worked in cotton with a textured stitch that makes it functional as a towel or a blanket. Kids will love this one (as well as the similar lion hooded towel pattern from the same designer)!

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bunny blanket crochet pattern

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7. Hooded Bunny Blanket

This baby-size blanket has an adorable hood and floppy bunny ears to make your little one look especially cute. The super-soft yarn is perfect for babies. In fact, this blanket would be perfect for everyday use or as a photo prop.

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8 Comments

Samantha

These are honestly way too adorable and with our colder weather here in Australia these would be perfect for my three daughters! Thanks for the inspiration, time to get crafty!

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Eva Lightner

Can you get the cat pattern only since the kits are sold out?

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Peggy J Krotz

Would love to get hooded cat blanket pattren. Thank you

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Paula

It takes several skeins of bulky yarn right?

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The Countess

Am I crazy? The title says there are 10 patterns but there are definitely only 7. Has the page been edited without changing the title?

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Julia

They are all so cute – an practical, not only to keep the kids warm but also it is fun to wear. Loved the post

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