When you hear the good news that a friend or family member is expecting a tiny new member of their family, your mind goes immediately to baby blankets. Crocheted baby blankets are beautiful examples of what you can create with a crochet hook and yarn, and they are incredible heirloom projects. I still have several crochet blankets that were made form me by grandmothers and great-grandmothers.
And crochet blankets are the perfect project for any crocheter whether they are picking up a hook for the first time or are an advanced crocheter. Download your copy of 4 Free Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns—Basics and Beyond today and get started on your next crochet baby afghan.
In this free eBook we have compiled four incredible free crochet baby blanket patterns. You will find the perfect baby blanket for the new little one in your life. From the easy and colorful Peerie Baby Blanket that builds blocks of colors on top of each other to create geometric shapes to the beautifully textured Froggie blanket worked in Tunisian crochet shell stitch, these four free baby blankets are fun to work as well. The Dots Blanket will introduce you to an inventive new way to join simple motifs to create an elegant baby blanket, and the Magic Carpet Blanket adapts a classic quilting design to crochet. Download your copy of 4 Free Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns—Basics and Beyond and get started on and heirloom crochet blanket today.
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Dots Blanket by Kristin Omdahl
This crochet baby blanket will teach you a fun new way to join motifs. Work the dot motifs in traditional pastels, fun vibrant colors to brighten the nursery, or in a variety of colors from your stash. The motifs are portable which means you will be able to finish this crochet baby afghan before the little one starts kindergarten.
Magic Carpet Blanket by Melisa Darnieder
This baby blanket use front and back post stitches to mimic handstitched embroidery lines on this Around the World quilt inspired baby crochet blanket. The motifs are thick and warm creating a substantial blanket that makes a great play blanket. Pick six of your favorite colors for a bright favorite or a soothing nap blanket.
Froggie Blanket by Robyn Chachula
Robyn Chachula worked primarily in Tunisian crochet for a wonderfully warm crocheted baby afghan. The texture created by the Tunisian shell stitch means this baby blanket makes an interesting project. A frog applique adds a touch of whimsy but could very easily be swapped for your favorite animal.
Peerie Baby Blanket by Kathryn Merrick
Kathryn Merrick worked from the center out in joined squares that create a pixelated pattern. This crocheted baby blanket is a great stashbust and could easily be expanded for a larger afghan or modified to create your own pixel pattern. This easy crochet baby blanket works up quickly and is a one-of-a-kind heirloom.
What are you waiting for? Download these free scarf crochet patterns today!
If there’s one thing we all agree on, it’s that you can’t have too many scarves. These crochet scarves patterns are sure to have your hooks humming along for years to come. Scarves are the perfect project for beginning crocheters, the perfect design for testing a new stitch pattern or technique, and the perfect accessory to spice up your outfit.
Learn how to crochet a scarf in delicate lace and also chunkier scarves that will keep you warm in the dead of winter. Plus beginners can build their skills with one of the included easy crochet scarf patterns in the collection. Ready to get started? Download your free crochet patterns eBook today!