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Baby Hat and Sock Shell Edging - Free Crochet Pattern– Maggie's Crochet. Click banners to purchase these Maggie's Crochet Patterns and Supplies!

Baby Hat and Sock Shell Edging - Free Crochet Pattern– Maggie's Crochet

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Pastel Rainbow Baby Blanket

One little rayndrop: Classic Baby Blanket. Twelve years ago, when I had my first baby, my great-aunt Maureen gave me a beautiful gift.

one little rayndrop: Classic Baby Blanket

The gift was a crocheted baby blanket. I loved this blanket for its simplicity and elegance. And I've used this same blanket for each one of my little babes. This blanket is one of my very favorite gifts to give. Years ago, I asked my aunt Maureen how she made it...what the pattern was. Baby Rattle Blanket - Free Crochet Pattern - The Purple Poncho. Our Reader Score [Total: 1 Average: 5] The Baby Rattle Blanket is just the perfect size to welcome your new bundle of joy!

Baby Rattle Blanket - Free Crochet Pattern - The Purple Poncho

It’s light weight and very soft square blanket. Made with one skein of yarn and a large crochet hook in half double crochet stitch for a fun and quick project. Scroll down for the free crochet pattern. This post contains affiliate links. This baby blanket is part of a special gift for another Red Heart Joy Creator, Nadia Fuad of Yarnutopia, who is having her first child in June! It’s made with Red Heart Fleece Hugs yarn, in the color Rattle. Because of the fuzziness of this yarn, I placed my stitches in the spaces between the previous row stitches and not in the top of the stitch. Crochet Car Seat Cloak - Free Pattern. Cloak Round 1: ch 2, HDC around (70) Round 2: ch 2, *2 HDC, HDC, repeat from * around (105) Round 3: ch 2, *2 HDC, HDC in 4, repeat from * around (126) Round 4: ch 2, *2 HDC, HDC in 8, repeat from * around (140) Round 5: ch 2, *2 HDC, HDC in 13, repeat from * around (150) Round 6: ch 2, *2 HDC, HDC in 14, repeat from * around (160)

Crochet Car Seat Cloak - Free Pattern

Simple Baby Hat - CrochetNCrafts. Banksia Baby Blanket: Pattern. Yes, dear crocheters, I am finally sharing the pattern for my Banksia Baby Blanket with you.

Banksia Baby Blanket: Pattern

I hope you enjoy making it! This blanket has accompanied me on many adventures and through quite a few trials (I spoke about that – at length – in the WIP post I did two weeks ago), so it is very VERY special to me. I was wondering who I could gift it to, not having a baby of my own anymore, when I realised that my sister-in-law is about to have a baby girl any day now. So even though these are not traditional girl colours, I am going to send this blanket to her. I will pretend that I am holding that baby across the water, and that I am there to hear her snuffly hungry-cries and see her first sleepy wind-smile. Quick & Easy Crochet Edging Patterns. Patchwork Baby Blanket – Facebook Tweet Google + Email Add this project to your Ravelry favorites HERE To print or convert to PDF click the green “Print Friendly” button below the pattern.

Patchwork Baby Blanket –

Patchwork Baby Blanketdesigned by Kim Guzman © Nov. 2015Email to kim@crochetkim.comPlease read my Terms of UseTechnique: Regular Crochet Finished size38″ x 38″ Materials (A) Lion Brand Ice Cream* (100% acrylic, DK weight, 394 yds per 100g): 4 skeins, shown in Tutti Frutti(B) Lion Brand Jamie (100% acrylic, DK weight, 137 yds per 50g): 2 skeins, shown in Little Boy BlueSuggested hook size: H-8 [5mm]Needle (for weaving ends) *Yarn Note: Although this yarn is classified as a fine weight, it works up more like DK weight for me. Notes. Quick and Easy Chunky Crochet V-Stitch Afghan (Leslie's Lapghan) I reached out to my Facebook community the other day and to tell you about a new mommy friend, Leslie, who is about to fight a rare brain tumor for the second time She goes in for surgery in about a week and I wasn’t sure if I had enough time to pull off an afghan but you guys came to my rescue and suggested a lapghan!

Quick and Easy Chunky Crochet V-Stitch Afghan (Leslie's Lapghan)

This chunky v-stitch crochet blanket worked up extremely quickly. It took me about a weekend to complete but keep in mind that I have 3 kids so if I was able to give it my full attention I am sure I could have completed it within a day. Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket. Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket This Free Crochet Pattern is an adorable baby blanket that is bright and cheery… It can be made using one or more colors to get the effect you desire.

Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket

Great texture front and back too! If you love this blanket… Add it to your Ravelry queue and favorites… Click here! Materials: Worsted Weight Yarn ~ 1200-1800 yards. Shop for your yarn needs at Michaels Craft Store Online!! Chevron baby blanket with a straight edge. Whenever I hear that friends of mine are having a baby, I start thinking blanket.

chevron baby blanket with a straight edge

The idea of making something soft and snugly for this tiny, new person is too compelling to ignore. Plus, since you have 8+ months to make it, it always seems like a manageable project(yet somehow I always end up knitting or crocheting frantically, racing against the due date). Nesting: Basket Weave Crochet Baby Blanket. As you may have noticed, I’ve really been enjoying picking up my crochet hook more often. I knew that I wanted to crochet a blanket for the baby, but couldn’t decide on a stitch to use…until I saw this youtube video. I am in love with the basket weave stitch pattern!

So, I created a blanket pattern from the instructions from that video {with my own personal preferences as changes}. If you want to learn how to do the fpdc and bpdc stitches to make the basket weave, be sure to check out the video. The blanket I created is out of a soft, chunky acrylic yarn which yields some very important benefits. One, it’s very washable because it’s acrylic – big plus for me. This type of yarn can be pricey to buy, but if you use coupons or wait for a good sale you can make a blanket for anywhere from $12 – $30. Crochet Baby Blanket – Free Pattern.

This is an easy-level crochet baby blanket that would make a great gift for any new mother or any child! This one is done in pastel and white for a soft look, but you can look at the photo and easily see how you could throw in other colors to make it brighter, more somber, or less bright if you want to go for a slightly different look for your own crochet project! The colors Barbara Smith used for this crochet blanket are Cream, Lemon, Apricot, Clematis, Sherbet, and Spring Green, just in case you wanted to do the same.

She used a 4mm hook, and used star stitches, double stitches, double crochet 2 togethers, 3 togethers, crossed double crochets, and double single crochet stitches to complete this one. Crochet Sensory Book Free Pattern - Winding Road Crochet. Crochet Sensory Book Free Pattern - Winding Road Crochet. Easy Striped Baby Hat Crochet Pattern - Dabbles & Babbles. Bouquet Baby Top Free Crochet Pattern. Only the Best for Baby: 3 free crochet baby blanket patterns. Nana's "Simple Ripple Blanket AND Border" Pattern. Basket Weave Crochet Pattern - Baby Blanket. [Pattern adapted and modified from Crochet Kim]Difficulty Level: Intermediate, must know how to crochet FPdc, BPdc, dc, hdc, sc & chFinished size: approx. 42″ (W) x 33″ (L)Gauge: Not essential as long as the hook size matches the medium worsted yarn weight.

Basket weave pattern (2 x 2 squares in the weave = 6 sts x 4 row) = approx. 1 1/2″ (W) x 1 2/5″ (L) Border (3 sts x 6 row) = approx. 1 1/2″ (W) x 1 1/2″ (L)Materials & Tools: 1. Yarn – Brand: LionBrand, Range: Cotton Ease, Weight: medium worsted, Color: Lake (Misty Cool Blue), qty: 9 balls x 100g 2. Yarn – Brand: LionBrand, Range: Kitchen Cotton, Weight: medium worsted, Color: Natural (Soft Cream), qty: 1 ball x 140g 3.

Crochet Car Seat Poncho - Free Pattern. Round 5: ch 1, HDC in each st until you reach the location where you marked your arm hole, ch 5, skip 5, continue to HDC in each st until you reach the second arm hole, ch 5, skip 5, HDC in each st until you reach the end of your round. Attach to the first st of the round with a sl st. (55) Remove stitch markers. Round 6: ch 1, *2 HDC, HDC in next 4 sts, repeat from * around (66). Work into the ch sts from the previous round like you would the others. Attach to the first st of the round with a sl st. Link Blast: 10 Free Crochet Patterns for No Holes Baby Blankets.

Link Blast: 10 Free Crochet Patterns for Bulky Baby Blankets. Blanket Size Chart from Lovey to King Sizes! This post contains affiliate links. Pin It to Save It! Blanket Size I crochet a lot of blankets and throws, and the sizing generally varies based on so many factors, the yarn being used, the stitch choice, desired use and so on. However, I get so many questions on sizing that I thought I’d put together a little blanket size chart with suggested sizing by type of throw. Keep in mind, this is not hard and fast rule, just a suggested guideline. I hope you find it helpful You may find many free blanket and throw patterns at If you’d like to see some of my blanket patterns, click the photos below!

Find many beautiful yarns perfect for your crocheted blankets at these fine vendors: I can’t wait to see your finished projects, Dreamy Waves Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern. Instructions ch 93. Edges for Fleece Baby Blankets « brite loops. [Free Pattern + Video Tutorial] Never Ending Crochet Granny Square Baby Blanket - Page 2 of 2. Quick and Easy Crocheted Blanket Edging Patterns.

You don’t need to have a lot of money, time, or even crochet experience to create a special blanket to give as a gift or to donate to a child in need. Chevron baby blanket with a straight edge. 10 Crochet Hooded Blanket Patterns for Kids and Adults. What's better than a blanket? Super Speedy Preemie Hat. When I filmed my video on how to gather the crowns of hats, I needed a hat to demonstrate with.

Double the Love Baby Blanket. Double the Love Baby Blanket. The Double the Love Baby Blanket is double thick, super plus, and reversible for two different looks – and it’s a free crochet pattern here on Moogly! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links; Lion Brand provided the yarn for this pattern. I love the stitch pattern used in the Double the Love Baby Blanket, and it’s one I’ve been looking forward to re-visiting for a long time.

And Lion Brand’s Pound of Love was perfect for it, with giant skeins of bright beautiful color – making this a 3 skein baby blanket with just 8 ends to weave in when you’re all done! (WOW!) And don’t you just love the way you get two different looks?! Sonoma. Crochet Baby Turban Pattern & Tutorial. This quick and easy crocheted hat makes a great handmade baby shower gift. The hardest part might be choosing the color. A faux rib pattern gives the little turban added interest. Nesting: Basket Weave Crochet Baby Blanket. How to Crochet a Bavarian Baby Blanket - Rastercap Crochet. Crochet End of The Rainbow Blanket + Tutorial. Teether Lovey Crochet Pattern. An easy to hold and comforting lovey for a teething baby … perfect for gifting! I had the honor of partnering with Red Heart® to design this crochet teether lovey to celebrate the release of their new Baby Hugs™ yarn line, a lightweight acrylic yarn available in bright and happy colors … and best of all it’s colorfast and has been tested and certified to be safe and free from harmful levels of over 300 substances.

Three Way Baby Sweater - Free Crochet Pattern + Video Tutorial. Rnd 2-10: ch2, hdc across (64hdc). Free Crochet Pattern: Leaping Stripes and Blocks Blanket. Quick and Easy Crochet Baby Blanket. Newborn Baby Hat Pattern - This one is Free! Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket. Easiest Baby Blanket Pattern Ever. Crochet Magic Baby Blanket. Loopy Love Blanket: Free Crochet Pattern in 7 Sizes! Classic Baby Blanket. Granny Square and Ribbon Baby Blanket Set - Mad Hooker Crochet! Lacy Crochet: Free Baby Blanket Patterns.