75+ Fast, Easy & Free Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns
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Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern Guide
Crochet baby blankets are wonderful keepsakes that hold a special place in the hearts of parents and their babies. They are made with love and care, making them great gifts for newborns and infants. Crochet blankets, which are sometimes called crochet Afghans, are functional as they provide warmth and comfort and also serve as beautiful mementos of a baby’s early days.
One of the most endearing qualities of crochet baby blankets is how personal they are. Each stitch is meticulously worked by hand, which sets it apart from mass-produced blankets. Every crochet blanket is a one-of-a-kind piece, infused with the thoughtfulness and creativity of the crocheter who made it.
To help in your search for your next baby blanket project, I’ve collected some of the very best quick, easy and free crochet baby blanket patterns and listed them below.
Use the Table of Contents below to jump to the patterns or keep reading for helpful tips on getting started, the best yarn to use, what size a baby blanket should be and advice for crocheting incredible baby blankets.
A baby blanket is often a new crocheter’s first project. It certainly was for me! I was pregnant with my first daughter when I began crocheting and with the help of the internet, taught myself.
I now hear from thousands of crocheters that one of my blanket patterns was their first time completing a pattern and it is remarkable to see their beautiful blankets completed and their joy and accomplishment for learning this new skill.
If you are brand-new to crocheting, I recommend starting with a pattern designed for absolute beginners.
Luckily, I have a complete guide and a great beginner pattern that will teach you step-by-step How to Crochet a Baby Blanket for Beginners where you’ll learn how to Crochet Baby Blanket for Beginners (pictured above). That guide includes detailed written instructions with diagrams and a full video tutorial.
Once you’ve mastered the basics of crocheting, you can come back to this post and find lots more easy crochet baby blankets (listed below).
One of the best parts of crocheting is how few crochet supplies are needed to complete truly remarkable projects. To make a crochet blanket you generally only need a crochet hook, yarn and a few other materials.
A crochet hook, which is a special tool that has a U-shaped curve at the end, is essential to making a blanket. Crochet hooks come in different sizes ranging from 2.25 mm (or a size B/1 in US sizing) up to 30 mm (or T/X in US Sizing). Smaller hooks create tighter, smaller stitches while larger hooks create looser, larger stitches. Learn more in this Complete Guide to Crochet Hooks. Each blanket pattern will specify the recommended hook size you should use for that pattern.
Choosing the right yarn is crucial in creating a soft, snuggly blanket that will be gentle against a baby’s delicate skin. Yarn comes in different weights based on the thickness of the strand (not the weight of the skein/ball). There are 8 different yarn weight categories ranging from size 0 being the thinnest and size 7 being the thickest. Learn more about each size/weight in my full guide to Yarn Weights and Types/Sizes.
The most popular yarn weights for baby blankets are size 3 (light) and size 4 (medium). In general, size 3 (light) yarn (also known as DK or light worsted yarn) creates a more lightweight, breathable, flexible blanket with excellent drape while size 4 (medium) yarn (also known as worsted weight yarn) creates a slightly thicker, warmer, cozier pattern.
It is strongly recommended to use the same yarn weight that is listed in the pattern if you want your blanket to be as similar as possible to the designer’s model. There are some patterns where using a different yarn weight can completely change the look, feel and size of the pattern as well as the amount of yarn required.
Yarn also comes in different types. These yarn types include acrylic, cotton and bamboo. Acrylic (100% acrylic or acrylic blends) yarn is one of the most common choices for a baby blanket and offers a combination of warmth, breathability, and easy care.
Acrylic yarn is also one of the most popular yarn types and thus has a wide variety of colors to choose from. The color selection is another important aspect, allowing crafters to choose from a wide array of pastels, vibrant hues, or soothing neutrals, depending on the desired mood and theme.
- Scissors to cut the yarn after you have finished.
- A yarn needle (sometimes called a tapestry needle) to weave in loose ends.
- A measuring tape to measure your work or to check the gauge.
- Stitch markers to help keep track of stitches.
If you are wondering what brands to get or would like recommendations for other helpful tools to aid in your crocheting, here is my list of Essential Crochet Supplies and Helpful Tools.
The size of a baby blanket can vary, with options ranging from small, snuggle-sized blankets suitable for car seats or strollers, to larger, crib-sized blankets that provide a comforting cocoon for a baby at naptime or bedtime.
One of the most common questions from crocheters is “What is the best size for a crochet baby blanket?” There isn’t an exact industry-wide standard baby blanket size. Baby blanket sizes vary by type as well as by pattern.
|Baby Blanket Type||Average Size (Width x Height)|
|Receiving Blanket||36″ x 36″|
|Bassinet/Cradle Blanket||18″ x 30″|
|Carseat/Stroller Blanket||30″ x 35″|
|Crib Blanket||36″ x 50″|
Generally, I make my baby blankets to have a width of approx. 32″ and a height that either matches the width (so the blanket is a square) or has a height that is approximately 4-6″ larger than the width (so the blanket is a rectangle). Read more in my Guide to Crochet Blanket Sizes.
To make a crochet blanket and follow patterns for baby blankets, there are certain things that you will need to know.
How to Read a Crochet Pattern
For beginners, crochet patterns can seem like they are written in a different language! The Craft Yarn Council has a wonderful starting guide on How to Read a Crochet Pattern.
To help patterns be less wordy, there is an industry-wide standard for shortening crochet terms. For example, the abbreviation for single crochet is sc. Here is the Ultimate Guide to Crochet Abbreviations.
US vs UK Terminology
You’ll also want to know whether the pattern uses standard US terminology or UK terminology. Just like the word “elevator” in America is called a “lift” in England, the names for crochet terms can vary between the US and the UK. Each pattern should specify which terminology is used. You can then use this UK to US (or US to UK) Conversion Chart to help you understand the terms used in the pattern.
Holding Your Yarn and Hook
As a beginner, it may take some time to get comfortable holding your yarn in your non-dominant hand. Learning how to hold yarn when crocheting is very important as it will help ensure the proper tension for your work.
You will also need to know how to hold a crochet hook. There are two beginner-friendly “holds” that you can try out: 1) The Knife Grip, where you hold the hook like you would if you were buttering a piece of bread and 2) The Pencil Grip, where you hold the hook like you would if you were holding a pencil. Both of these grips are explained in more detail here: How to Hold a Crochet Hook – the Easiest Ways.
Starting a Crochet Chain
In a crochet pattern, the instructions usually begin with “chain X” with X being a number. What this means is that you need to make X number of starting chains.
Before you can get to making those starting chains, you need to make a slip knot. Making a slip knot is how to start a crochet chain. It can be confusing and frustrating for beginners learning how to crochet because making a slip knot is often left out of the instructions. Learn 4 Easy Ways to Make a Slip Knot.
You don’t need to know all the crochet stitches in the world before starting a baby blanket. Fortunately, the internet is filled with stitch tutorials that can show you exactly how to make any crochet stitch.
One good thing to know is the difference between basic crochet stitches such as the single crochet (sc) stitch and double crochet stitch (dc) and a combination stitch such as the Lemon Peel stitch. The Lemon Peel stitch, for example, is achieved with both a single crochet and double crochet stitch. While there isn’t one best crochet stitch for a baby blanket, the Lemon Peel is very popular and creates a gorgeous fabric. Learn more about the Lemon Peel stitch and many other beautiful stitch combinations in this collection of Easy Crochet Stitches for Baby Blankets.
Before we get to the collection of baby blanket patterns, it’s important to understand the pattern features.
A wonderful aspect of crochet baby blankets is how quick they are to make. I am both a knitter and a crocheter. Crocheting is so much faster than knitting and many people prefer to make crochet blankets rather than knit blankets because you can make them very quickly.
A very common question is “How long does it take to make a crochet blanket?” The answer depends on the pattern, the yarn weight, the size of the blanket and your skill level. An average baby blanket can take approximately 12 hours to make. Some projects may take only a few hours and others may take much longer. Many designers still use the word “fast” for their projects because compared to knitting, it can be completed in a relatively short period of time.
Baby blanket patterns have various skill levels including “beginner,” “basic,” “easy” and “intermediate.”
The Craft Yarn Council has recommended project levels. These levels do not include a “beginner” level. Their recommended project levels start with “basic.”
Here are the project levels as recommended by the Craft Yarn Council:
- Basic: “Projects using basic stitches. May include basic increases and decreases.”
- Easy: “Projects may include simple stitch patterns, color work, and/or shaping.”
- Intermediate: “Projects may include involved stitch patterns, color work, and/or shaping.”
Even with these definitions, the skill level that a pattern is ultimately given is entirely up to the designer and varies significantly. Some designers use the word “beginner” rather than “basic.” Some designers will just use “easy” for any pattern that is beginner-friendly. And, what some designers call easy may not be beginner-friendly.
Because there are so many variations between basic, beginner and easy, it can be difficult to know if the pattern will be simple enough to follow for a beginner. My advice? Try it! There are endless amount of tutorials out there so if you get stuck on something, Google and YouTube can come to the rescue.
There are different ways that crochet designers make their patterns available. In this collection of patterns below, you will see that they are all free baby blanket crochet patterns.
A free crochet pattern is when all of the instructions are available to be viewed on a website without having to pay anything. This means you can scroll down the webpage and see all of the details and the step-by-step instructions for completing the pattern from start to finish. Sometimes there’s a video tutorial that can be viewed entirely for free.
On the webpage with a free pattern, there may be ads and popups and it may be difficult to print. These advertisements support the designer’s work and help pay for the cost of sharing patterns (such as the cost of running a website, yarn, tech editing and many other expenses).
Oftentimes, the crochet designer will offer a print-ready, ad-free version of the pattern that you can download for a small cost (usually around $4.00 – 5.00 USD). By purchasing the printable version, you are also supporting the designer’s work and you will have the convenience of saving the pattern, being able to print it, write notes on it and keep it forever.
To help you make incredible crochet baby blankets, here are my top tips:
- Start with the recommended hook size and yarn weight that are suggested by the designer in the pattern.
- Make a sample of the pattern and see if you are happy with everything before embarking on the full pattern.
- If you can’t find the same yarn that the designer used or if your favorite yarn is not available, you can find a good alternative on this Yarn Substitution website.
- Use stitch markers to help count your stitches, especially on the first and last stitch of the row.
- Tools like the Wool Jeanie, which is a crochet tool that holds your skein of yarn while you crochet can help your yarn keep the correct tension and help you crochet faster.
- Block your finished blanket. Learn how to block a crochet blanket.
- Keep your yarn labels organized to ensure you can easily find the same yarn again.
- If it gets frustrating, remember that a new bundle of joy is going to be wrapped up in your creation! Try not to be hard on yourself and try to enjoy the process. You are making one of the most precious gifts in the world and your blanket will be loved.
75+ Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns
Now let’s get to the really fun part, finding your next baby blanket pattern!
All of these blanket patterns will provide warmth, comfort, and a sense of security to babies and will become a treasured keepsake, holding a special place in a family’s history. After all, you are not just making a piece of fabric. You are making a handcrafted expression of love, care and creativity that will be cherished forever.
Here are over 75 quick, easy and free crochet baby blanket patterns. Happy crocheting!
Charming (No Holes) Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern
This Charming (No Holes) Baby Blanket by Jo to the World Creations is a simple one-stitch repeat made in one solid color with lots of texture. The pattern creates a soft, snuggly, square baby blanket crochet pattern but you can easily adjust the size to make it a larger blanket.
V with a Twist Baby Blanket
This V with a Twist Baby Blanket by Regina P Designs showcases the elegant V-stitch technique in combination with vibrant colored stripes, resulting in a visually striking and cozy blanket. It’s a perfect blend of style and warmth for your little one’s nursery.
Carson Baby Blanket
The Carson Baby Blanket by LisaAuch Crochet boasts a charming border design with strategically placed openings to thread ribbons through, adding a customizable and decorative touch to this tactile masterpiece for your little one.
Easy Shell Blanket
This Easy Shell Blanket is a great choice for beginners as it uses only chain stitches, single crochet stitches and double crochet stitches. It’s a very simple pattern for a handmade baby blanket that will make the perfect gift for babies and any new parent.
Abrielle Baby Blanket
The Abrielle Baby Blanket by A Crocheted Simplicity seamlessly blends the timeless appeal of a knit-look crochet with textured stitches, resulting in a beautifully crafted and visually intriguing blanket that exudes both style and coziness for your little one.
Waves of Grain C2C Blanket
The Waves of Grain C2C Blanket by Made by Gootie artfully combines the corner-to-corner stitch with whimsical puff stitches to craft a truly unique and charming blanket.
Beautiful Baby Blanket
This Beautiful Baby Blanket by Jo to the World Creations is an easy pattern with a rich texture and features a stunning border that adds a touch of elegance to the overall design. The pattern includes a video tutorial.
Lemon Peel Baby Blanket
This Lemon Peel Baby Blanket by First the Coffee showcases the charming lemon peel stitch, resulting in a delightful texture that’s both visually appealing and snuggly soft for your little one. It’s a timeless and versatile choice for creating a cozy nursery essential.
Bellame Baby Blanket
The Bellame Baby Blanket by This Pixie Boasts a vibrant palette of seven colors and the intricate crossed half double crochet stitch. The combination of colorful stripes and textured stitches creates a visually stunning and cozy baby blanket.
Modern Baby Blanket
This Modern Baby Blanket is a very easy pattern that is great for beginners or experienced crocheters looking for a relaxing project. It has an excellent drape and a beautiful minimalistic design.
One Skein Baby Blanket
This One Skein Baby Blanket by Regina P Designs uses filet crochet to craft a playful design that adds a touch of charm to your little one’s nursery.
Quick Preemie Blanket
This Quick Preemie Blanket by Fosbas Designs is not only easy to work up but also provides a warm and comforting layer for the tiniest of arrivals. Its quick completion ensures premature babies receive love and warmth without delay.
This Rainbow Blanket by Jo to the World Creations forms a visual masterpiece with rippled rainbow waves, infusing vibrant colors and dynamic movement into a cozy and cheerful nursery essential.
Waffle Stitch Baby Blanket
This Waffle Stitch Baby Blanket by Stitching Together artfully incorporates the waffle stitch and self-striping yarn to craft a visually captivating and delightfully tactile blanket.
Bobble Stripe Baby Blanket
This Bobble Stripe Baby Blanket by You Should Craft showcases the playful bobble stitch throughout the blanket, creating a lush and textured surface, while also adorning the border with delightful bobbles for a whimsical touch.
Happy Hues Sampler Baby Blanket
The Happy Hues Sampler Baby Blanket by Yarnutopia which can be crafted in any combination of colors, making it the perfect canvas for your imagination. Additionally, it’s an ideal project for reducing your yarn stash.
Heirloom Baby Blanket
This Heirloom Baby Blanket by Make it Crochet showcases the artful use of intricate shell stitches, resulting in a timeless and exquisitely beautiful piece that will be treasured for generations to come.
Lacy Baby Blanket
This Lacy Baby Blanket by Jo to the World Creations features delicate lace stitches throughout the body of the blanket and a gracefully lacy border. It makes a truly stunning blanket that would make a great christening or heirloom blanket.
Willowmere Baby Blanket
The Willowmere Baby Blanket by Through the Loop Yarn Craft is not only a breeze to make but also promises extra warmth and snuggliness for your little one. It’s the perfect project for a quick and satisfying creation.
Dragon Scales Baby Blanket
The Dragon Scale Blanket by Make it Crochet seamlessly blends standard crochet and Tunisian crochet techniques to produce a textured and one-of-a-kind baby blanket.
Totally Textured Blanket
This Totally Textured Blanket by Briana K Designs uses highly textured stitches like the basket weave and alpine stitches to create a visually stunning and incredibly cozy blanket.
Woven Baby Blanket
This Woven Baby Blanket by Blue Star Crochet achieves a woven appearance by skillfully weaving different colored strands of yarn directly into the blanket. The result is visually captivating and adds depth and dimension to your nursery decor.
This Star Blanket by Jo to the World Creations is as enchanting as it is unique, forming a star-shaped design adorned with multiple colors that add a touch of whimsy and playfulness.
Shell Stitch Baby Blanket
This Shell Stitch Baby Blanket by Jewels and Jones is crafted with a soft and breathable cotton blend yarn and features the classic shell stitch to create a textured and versatile nursery essential.
Alpine Stitch Baby Blanket
This Alpine Stitch Baby Blanket by Briana K Designs showcases the textured alpine stitch and a contemporary color-blocked design. Its rich combination of stitches and colors adds both visual intrigue and warmth to your little one’s space.
JJ’s Blankie by Juniper and Oakes features charming stripes that add a playful and visually appealing touch to the cozy design. It’s a timeless choice for wrapping your little one in warmth and style.
Sweet Stars Baby Blanket
The Sweet Stars Baby Blanket by Green Fox Farms Designs is crafted with the enchanting star stitch creating a visually captivating and wonderfully textured blanket.
Gender Neutral Baby Blanket
This Gender Neutral Baby Blanket by Jo to the World Creations features a timeless and versatile design, making it a perfect choice for a little boy or girl. Its classic appeal and neutral color palette ensure it complements any nursery decor with timeless elegance.
Easy Heirloom Baby Blanket
This Easy Heirloom Baby Blanket by Juniper and Oakes is where elegance meets simplicity. With its straightforward stitch design and bold, striking stripes. It’s a timeless and visually captivating addition to your little one’s nursery.
All Bobbled Up Baby Blanket
The All Bobbled Up Baby Blanket by Knitter Knotter uses soft velvet yarn and features bobble stitches meticulously arranged to form a delightful chevron pattern.
This Striped Blanket by Meladora’s Creations showcases the intricate Double Front Post Cluster stitch, creating a visually captivating and textured blanket that’s perfect for your little one.
Cosy Ripples Baby Blanket
The Cosy Ripples Baby Blanket by Sunflower Cottage Crochet creates mesmerizing ripples by artfully combining two different colors. The interplay of hues and stitches adds a dynamic and eye-catching dimension to this cozy nursery essential.
Classic Baby Blanket
This Classic Baby Blanket by Jo to the World Creations is an easy blanket pattern that effortlessly blends vintage charm with a modern, timeless aesthetic. Its simple yet stunning look and neutral color make it the perfect choice for creating a cozy and elegant nursery essential for baby boys or baby girls.
The Esme Blanket by Knitting with Chopsticks adds a touch of texture by incorporating the waffle stitch around the border. This delightful addition adds a cozy finish to your little one’s nursery.
C2C Silt Blanket
The C2C Silt Blanket by Maria’s Blue Crayon creates a playful and visually striking crochet baby blanket with the C2C stitch, forming colorful diagonal blocks that add a fun and dynamic touch to this cozy nursery essential.
Bean Blocks Baby Blanket
This Bean Block Baby Blanket by Yarn Craftee employs the delightful bean stitch to craft a textured blocking design, adding depth and visual interest to the cozy and comforting blanket.
Bright Bricks Mosaic Blanket
The Bright Bricks Mosaic Blanket by Blankets with Heart uses mosaic crochet to craft little brick-like designs that infuse both texture and charm into the cozy blanket.
Textured Chevron Blanket
This Textured Chevron Blanket by Jo to the World Creations combines the classic chevron stitch with playful bobble stitches to create a highly textured and visually captivating blanket.
Philia Textured Blanket
The Philia Textured Blanket by Knitting with Chopsticks features charming bobble stitches and bold, thick stripes. The combination of textures and colors adds a playful and visually appealing touch.
Daisy Granny Square Blanket
This Daisy Granny Square Blanket by A Crafty Concept showcases granny squares that resemble cheerful daisy flowers, adding a touch of whimsy and floral elegance to your little one’s nursery.
Easy Stitch Baby Blanket
This Easy Stitch Baby Blanket by Yarn Craftee uses simple stitches to form a delightful array of different colored shapes!
Agate Beach Chevron Blanket
The Agate Beach Chevron Blanket by A Crocheted Simplicity features puff stitches artfully arranged in a chevron pattern. The combination of the intricate texture and captivating design makes it a visually stunning and cozy addition to your little one’s nursery.
Moss Stitch Baby Blanket
This Moss Stitch Baby Blanket by Jo to the World Creations embraces the timeless charm of the moss stitch (also called the linen stitch or woven stitch), creating a truly gorgeous blanket for a little girl or boy. It’s a beginner-friendly project as the body is made with just chain stitches and single crochet stitches.
Mitered Butterflies Baby Blanket
This Mitered Butterflies Baby Blanket by Made by Gootie crafted as one big mitered square and adorned with delicate crossed puff stitches, this crochet baby blanket pattern whimsically forms a symphony of butterflies that dance across the blanket’s surface.
Wiggles and Giggles Baby Blanket
The Wiggles and Giggles Baby Blanket by Yarnutopia features an abundance of texture throughout and a playful wavy border that adds an extra layer of whimsy.
Hearts Puff Stitch Baby Blanket
The Hearts Puff Stitch Baby Blanket by Jo to the World Creations creatively uses puff stitches to craft adorable mini hearts that scatter across the entire blanket, infusing it with love and charm.
Lotte Lace Blanket
The Lotte Lace Blanket by Blue Star Crochet features the elegance of shell stitches combined with a delicate lace border. Its intricate texture and timeless design promise both sophistication and comfort for your little one’s nursery.
Spoke Flower Blanket
The Spoke Flower Blanket by The Crochet Fix is skillfully shaped like a radiant flower, featuring ten exquisite petals that add a touch of nature-inspired beauty to your little one’s nursery.
Eldoris Chevron Blanket
The Eldoris Chevron Blanket by Knitting with Chopsticks cleverly incorporates colored bobble stitches to form a captivating chevron pattern. The combination of vibrant colors and textured stitches adds both playfulness and warmth.
Easy Blocks Blanket
This Easy Blocks Blanket by Flo’s Crafty Crochet creates a charming patchwork of little blocks throughout the blanket. It’s a playful and cozy addition that promises both comfort and style.
Adorable Baby Blanket
This Adorable Baby Blanket by Jo to the World Creations is a simple blanket with a lot of texture enhanced by a sophisticated ribbed border. The body of the blanket is a simple one-stitch pattern repeat and it doesn’t have any large holes, which is perfect for a new baby. The pattern includes a full video tutorial.
The Carrie Blanket by Flo’s Crafty Crochet uses filet crochet to weave delicate hearts and miniature butterflies throughout the design. The combination of these intricate elements adds a touch of whimsy and love to this truly special blanket.
Little Puff Baby Blanket
The Little Puff Baby Blanket by Simply Melanie Jane features delicate puffs that add charming texture.
Hollies Baby Blanket
The Hollies Baby Blanket by LisaAuch Crochet has a luxurious texture and is enhanced by the captivating wave stitch that forms a one-of-a-kind border.
Bobble Baby Blanket
This Bobble Baby Blanket by Jo to the World Creations is a soft, cuddly and colorful blanket with a built-in border. The pattern includes step-by-step instructions, charts and a video tutorial.
This Tiffany Blanket by Banana Moon Studio showcases the timeless moss stitch complemented by a delicate and beautiful border, resulting in an elegant and cozy accessory perfect for treasuring precious moments.
Candy Stripes Lapghan
The Candy Stripes Lapghan by A Crocheted Simplicity is designed to bring a sense of fun and creativity to your project by forming captivating diagonal stripes.
Easy Crochet Blanket
This Easy Crochet Blanket by Made by Gootie is a breeze for beginners while offering a wealth of tactile pleasure through its textured design. Its simplicity meets coziness, making it a perfect project for creating a snuggly masterpiece for your little one.
Marina Wave Baby Blanket
The Marina Wave Baby Blanket by First The Coffee is crafted with three colors to form a soothing wave pattern. This blanket is a cozy and stylish accessory, perfect for your little one’s comfort.
Textured V-Stitch Crochet Blanket
This stunning Textured V-Stitch Crochet Blanket is a perfect neutral baby blanket pattern. It’s warm and snuggly and also lightweight and has excellent drape. The body of the blanket is made with a one-stitch repeat and there’s a full video tutorial showing exactly how to crochet this blanket.
Smiles for Miles Blanket
The Smiles for Miles Blanket by This Pixie Creates uses the alternating spike stitch to form subtle texture without any holes, ensuring safety and comfort while enveloping your little one in warmth and style.
Lacy Baby Blanket
This Lace Baby Blanket by Fosbas Designs artfully combines multiple crochet stitches to fashion a one-of-a-kind blanket. The rich blend of stitches adds texture and visual intrigue, making it a truly unique and captivating addition to any nursery.
Get in Line Granny Afghan
The Get in Line Granny Afghan by A Crocheted Simplicity is adorned with the timeless charm of granny squares, and weaves nostalgia and warmth together, resulting in a cozy and delightful accessory that’s perfect for wrapping your little one in comfort and love.
Sunset Chevron Baby Blanket
This Sunset Chevron Baby Blanket by Little World of Whimsy showcases the timeless chevron stitch for a classic yet modern touch. Its rhythmic peaks and valleys create a visually captivating and snuggly masterpiece.
Simple Baby Blanket
This Simple Baby Blanket by Jo to the World Creations is designed to be your ultimate go-to for creating a cozy and stylish baby blanket. Whether you’re a beginner learning how to crochet a baby blanket or looking for a great baby shower gift, this pattern has you covered. It is made with only one skein of yarn, making it a great budget-friendly project.
Easy Double Crochet Blanket
This Easy Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern by You Should Craft, employs the double crochet stitch and bulky yarn to create a snuggly and quick-to-make accessory.
Your Heart in Mine
The Your Heart in Mine Baby Blanket by Lulo Stitch Co features a bobble stitch heart at its center, infusing your creation with love and charm that’s perfect for wrapping your little one in warmth and affection.
Wander Often Blanket
This delightful and Easy Crochet Baby Boy Blanket by The Loopy Lamb is adorned with four charming colors, to envelop your little one in warmth and style. This versatile and beginner-friendly project is perfect for crafting a cozy and colorful accessory for your bundle of joy.
Sea Ripple Baby Blanket
The Sea Ripple Baby Blanket by Blue Star Crochet beautifully captures a ripple effect by blending three different colors, resulting in a visually striking and cozy accessory!
Color Salad Baby Blanket
Piper’s Blankie by Juniper and Oakes utilizes velvety yarn to craft a striped, textured masterpiece. The plush texture and charming stripes make it a perfect choice for both style and snuggly warmth.
Easy Baby Blanket
This Easy Baby Blanket by My Crochet Space features the timeless moss stitch, adding subtle texture and warmth to create a delightful and snuggly blanket for your little one.
Simple Beginner Lapghan
This Simple Beginner Lapghan by Meladora’s Creations is wonderfully uncomplicated yet richly textured, making it a perfect project for beginners looking to create a tactile and comforting masterpiece for their little ones.
Little Dots Baby Blanket
The Little Dots Baby Blanket by Sunflower Cottage Crochet has charming dots that add delightful texture, creating a soft and cozy haven perfect for cuddling.
Your Tea Time Blanket
The Your Teatime Blanket by Knitting with Chopsticks uses basic stitches and is complemented by playful tassels adorning each corner for a touch of whimsy and charm.
Double Waffle Baby Blanket
The Double Waffle Baby Blanket by My Crochet Space uses the textured, raised squares of the waffle stitch to create a cozy and inviting blanket.
Striped Heart Tunisian Baby Blanket
The Striped Heart Tunisian Crochet Baby Blanket by Make it Crochet is adorned with sweet striped hearts that radiate love and warmth. Each heart adds a touch of tenderness to the blanket.
Aspen Baby Blanket
The Aspen Baby Blanket by Yarnutopia is adorned in a textured leaf pattern that adds both tactile elegance and organic beauty, creating a cozy and stylish accessory perfect for treasuring precious moments.
This Easy Chunky Baby Blanket by You Should Craft, is stitched with super bulky yarn, and offers both speed and warmth, resulting in a plush and cozy accessory perfect for wrapping your little one in softness and comfort.
Continuous Granny Square Blanket
This Continuous Granny Square Blanket is a very easy granny square blanket that is perfect for any new baby. The pattern includes detailed instructions for making this classic blanket (as well as the classic granny stitch) and there’s a full video tutorial.
Blossoms Bloom Baby Blanket
The Blossom Bloom Baby Blanket by This Pixie Creates showcases charming stripes adorned with dainty little flower motifs scattered throughout. The combination of stripes and blossoms creates a delightful and whimsical design.
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