About the Pattern:
- This pattern is perfect for absolute beginners or experienced crocheters looking for a relaxing project.
- The blanket is cuddly, lightweight yet still cozy, reversible and flows nicely.
- You can use any size 3 (light) yarn and customize the color for baby girls, baby boys or as a gender-neutral blanket.
- The pattern creates a finished blanket that is 32″ wide and 36″ high, which is the average size of a baby blanket. You can easily adjust the size (instructions are included in the pattern).
- This PDF is the condensed version of my free comprehensive guide on How to Crochet a Baby Blanket for Beginners and includes all the essential information needed to make the Beginner Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern from start to finish.
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- It is laid out into easy to follow sections and includes step-by-step instructions with pictures and a link to a video tutorial.
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- Skill Level: Beginner
- Size: The pattern creates a baby blanket that is approx. 32″ wide and 36″ high (including the border. It is approx. 28″ wide and 32″ high without the border).
- Yarn: You can use any size 3 (light) yarn. You will need approx. 775 yds for the blanket body and 225 yds for the blanket border (1000 yds in total). For the blanket body, I used Bernat Softee Baby, Ombre in the color “Baby Baby.” This yarn is size 3 (light) and 100% acrylic. A skein is 310 yds / 283 m and 4.25 oz / 120 g. I used two and a half skeins. For the Border, I used Snuggly Wuggly by Loops & Threads in the color “White.” This yarn is size 3 (light) and 100% acrylic. A skein is 446 yds / 408 m and 5 oz / 141 g. I used half a skein.
- Crochet Hook Size: I/9 (5.50 mm).
- Other Materials: two stitch markers, yarn needle, scissors and a measuring tape.
- Terminology: Written in English for right-handed crochet using standard US crochet terminology.