A couple of week ago I shared cozy blankets with you, and today I want to share baby blankets with you. Most blankets can be made in any size, but this collection of blankets all work wonderfully for the newest members of this crazy world.
1) Shell Stitch Baby Blanket by The Stitchin’ Mommy
“…my cousin (who happens to live in Canada) just had a bouncing baby boy! Of course, being the crocheter and all, I decided to make her a baby blanket.”
2) Joseph’s Puff Stitch Blanket by Jessie At Home
Here is a fun puff stitch pattern I designed for a baby blanket for a friend of mine. I have used modern baby boy colors in Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice yarn, but you can use whatever colors make you happy!
3) Broomstick Lace Baby Blanket Photo Tutorial by Simply Collectible Crochet
“Start by reading over this simple how to broomstick lace baby blanket photo tutorial. It is much easier than you think.”
4) Sugar Candy Stripes: Crochet Baby Blanket by Crochet For You
“This is the last and 4th pattern of Sugar Candy Stripes theme I shared with you.”
5) Checkerboard in Primary Colors Blanket by Underground Crafter
“I love crocheting granny squares. (I’m pretty sure this is no secret to any regular reader of my blog.) Since I do a lot of my crocheting while commuting, I enjoy the portability. I usually prefer 6″ (15 cm) squares, but for this pattern, I decided to try something a little different: a 4″ (10 cm) square.”
6) Patchwork Baby Blanket by Kim Guzman
This colorful baby blanket is quite fun! Though it is made of many small squares, there are not hundreds of ends to weave in as each square is worked without having to end off the yarn from the previous square!
7) Oceanic Baby Blanket by Cre8tion Crochet
“This blanket is super soft and cuddly; it would be great in any size but is especially perfect for that new baby. I love the way the shells of this pattern resemble waves.”
8) Angel Ripple Baby ‘ghan by From Grammy’s Heart
“Angel Ripple Baby ‘ghan is a beautiful beginning for your family’s newest addition. The colorway of this Angel yarn simply adds to its sweetness.”
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!
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