Over the years I have seen a few different blankets that were created by connecting curved shapes together in a tesselating design. They are known by a few different names, magic lantern crochet patterns, granny lanterns, ornament crochet patterns, ogee crochet patterns, Moroccan Tiles patterns and more recently Mystical Lanterns Crochet Pattern.
All of these patterns follow the same basic design principal. Each finished project is created by joining individual motifs (with an s-shaped curve/double curve) together in a repeated, tesselating design. The finished projects are eyecatching! They are also much easier to make than you would expect! Think of a granny square blanket, with a small twist.
Right now, the Mystical Lanterns Blanket Pattern is super popular. It was designed by Jane Crowfoot and it is available for purchase as a downloadable PDF.
Mystical Lanterns Blanket
Jane’s design began with a standard granny hexagon pattern that she modified into a sleek curved lantern shape. Her blanket is stunning and you can get the Mystical Lanterns Blanket pattern here.
If purchasing a pattern is not an option for you, here are some other Magic Lantern blanket crochet patterns for you to consider.
Magic Lantern Blanket Patterns
Retro Ornament Throw
This beautiful ogee throw was crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn  and a 5.5 mm (I) crochet hook. The pattern is available as a free PDF download from Yarnspirations.
Moroccan Garden Afghan
This stunning Moroccan Garden Motif was designed by the Projectarian with DK Weight Yarn  and a 4.5 mm (7) crochet hook.
Moroccan Tile Crochet Afghan
This pretty Moroccan Tile Crochet Afghan is available as a free PDF download from Yarnspirations. Make it with Bulky Weight Yarn  and a 6.5 mm (K) crochet hook. There is a handy video tutorial for this one from Mikey at the Crochet Crowd.
Victorian Ornaments Throw
The Victorian Ornaments throw was crocheted with Light Worsted Weight Yarn . The pattern is available as a free PDF download from Yarnspirations.
Graphic Fall Throw
The Graphic Fall Throw was crocheted with Aran Weight Yarn  and a 5.5 mm (I) crochet hook. The pattern is available as a free PDF download from Yarnspirations.
Ogee, Oh My
Designed by Ellen Gormley (in 2007) the Ogee, Oh My Blanket pattern was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn  and a 6 mm (J) crochet hook. The finished afghan measures approximately 40 inches X 58 inches in size.
These Chinese Lantern shaped granny squares were designed by Kimberley Murrow. The pattern is available as a free PDF download from Ravelry.
How to Make an Oval Square Motif
This tutorial was prepared by Tina’s Handicraft. The written pattern includes step-by-step photos.
How to Crochet the Light Up My Life Motif
How to Crochet the Moroccan Granny For Afghans
I love this unique motif from Tejiendo Peru. There are English Subtitles so it is easy to follow along!
How to Crochet the Granny Mystical Lantern Pattern
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