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Baby Blankets

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Baby blanket? Oh yeah, you’re going to probably need to make one sometime for somebody. Here are 7 free patterns to get you going.

Baby blankets make such great shower gifts. It seems like any crochet group I’m in, there is always someone working on a baby blanket. There are so many options for them out there, too. I have put together a round up of 7 free crochet patterns for baby blankets for your next shower invite!

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Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Love Triangles Granny Stripe Baby Blanket by One Dog Woof
“What happens when you take a traditional granny stripe pattern and switch up the colors? Like one of those magic eye posters from the 90s, I squinted a bit, and saw triangles where there were stripes.”

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) Dream Puffs Blanket by Moogly
“When I started designing the Dream Puffs Blanket, I thought it would be a baby blanket – but this stitch is so darn squishy I decided it’s for everybody!”

4) Classic Granny with a Twist Blanket by Underground Crafter
“After dropping hints about the Classic Granny with a Twist Blanket all week, I’m so excited to finally share the pattern with you!”

5) Continuous Crochet Baby Blanket by Dedri Uys
“Following on from my Continuous Solid Square tutorial, I have made a continuous crochet baby blanket that is just the right size for a preemie or a car seat blanket.”

6) Bluebell Baby Blanket by Kim Guzman
This cute little Tunisian crochet blanket will work for a boy or girl, just switch up the colors.

7) Get in Line Granny Afghan by A Crocheted Simplicity
“One of the great things I love about crochet is taking an older stitch or technique and putting my own spin on it and that’s exactly what I’ve done here with my ‘Get in Line, Granny! Afghan’.”

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland recently!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.

OR ~ If you would like a pattern and yarn all together in a kit, try one of these (Click the images to go to the kits):

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