Baby Blanket

Free Crochet Pattern: Pop! Geometric Baby Blanket

Here’s an awesome blanket, perfect for the contemporary new mom. This project has more of non-traditional and non-conventional feel to it that is so appealing. I could easily see this blanket displayed on a wall as art as well. Brittany used Bernat Pop! for this project and it’s absolutely the perfect use for the gradient […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Posy Granny Baby Blanket

Have a look at this project by Marilyn Losee for Caron yarns. This design is simply basic granny squares. You make strips of them and join the yarn along the long edges to make a trim. You have three strips of squares and you seam them. So easy! Now, why does this look so different? […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Sweet Treat Baby Blanket

What a fun new blanket design by Marie Segares of Underground Crafter! The colors remind me of yummy Italian Gelato. This blanket looks so squishy. Marie has used a yarn called Darice All Things You Bulky. I had to click over to look at it from her link because I’ve never seen it before. Since […] Read more…

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…

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