A baby blanket is another great project to work on when learning to knit or crochet. One reason is that gauge isn’t super important, so as long as you’re consistent, it’ll look good. And you get lots of practice stitching making a larger project! I’ve collected some great baby blankets for you to crochet!
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I am also kind of obsessed with this adorable Owl Obsession Crochet Pattern. I love the bright fun
This Rainy Day Flowers crochet blanket pattern is another lovely looking pattern with a pop of
This sweet vintage Baa Baa Lamb Blanket Crochet Pattern looks so fuzzy and inviting and I think it would make a lovely handmade, heirloom gift for a new baby!
Corner to corner crochet is a fun way to work a chart and create all sorts of interesting designs. Any kid would love this fun Baby Sharks blanket!
I often waffle between my preference for intricacy and simplicity. But I like them both. And you don’t have to choose! In fact, you need simple things to balance out the intricate things! This simple Heart Crocheted Blanket Pattern is a lovely simple contrast to some of the other more intricate patterns.
So, pick up a pattern, some yarn and get crocheting! Time to make some blankets! Follow my Knit & Crochet: Blankets Pinterest board or pin this pin: