Baby Blanket

Free Crochet Pattern: Luv My Bunny Blanket

Are you looking for a spring blanket for a special baby or toddler? Look no further than this super adorable blanket designed by the Queen of crochet whimsy, Michele Wilcox. Michele has designed this gorgeous blanket in new Red Heart Baby Hugs Medium yarn. I’ve used the Light version and I love the feel, springy-ness […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Delight Baby Blanket

If you’ve been following my work very long, you may have noticed that I like working with lighter weight yarns, especially when making a project for a baby. This amazing blanket was designed by Lucille LaFlamme for her book “Heirloom Baby Blankets”, published in 1994 by The Needlecraft Shop. The current copyright holder, Annie’s Crafts, […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Calleigh’s Clips Baby Blanket

I know the internet has gone wild over Corner-to-Corner (C2C) diagonal box stitch projects. And, I don’t know who first came up with using the stitch pattern for graph colorwork, but I was in love with it the moment I saw it too! Of course, we all know that corner-to-corner is just the direction of […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Heart Strings Baby Blanket

Bobble blankets are all the rage right now so giving a bobble heart filled baby blanket is perfect! This blanket is made in strips of puffy hearts which are seamed, but you can certainly join them in any method you prefer. You don’t need to stick with a baby blanket size, either. Try the design […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Lydia Blanket

I’m sure you’re familiar with Dedri’s work. Who doesn’t know about the amazing Sophie’s Universe, right? Dedri has so many other incredible designs to explore once you’ve made the Sophie. This beautiful baby blanket is named Lydia. Dedri used a lightweight, summery cotton which is listed at Ravelry as a fingering weight. It’s the cotton […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Seaside Aurora Borealis Baby Blanket

You know when you get the perfect marriage of stitch pattern and yarn? That’s what we have here with Courtney Carter’s Seaside Aurora Borealis. The pattern looks difficult at first glance, but is very intuitive and easily memorized. If you use the same gorgeous self-striping yarn, you will never have a minute of boredom as […] Read more…

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