Are you on the hunt for the perfect Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern?
Got you on this one! This Baby Blanket Pattern – The Harvest Baby Blanket is waiting for you!
I can say this is my first Baby Blanket Crcochet Pattern Design! and I am so happy with it.
So grab your hooks and yarn, and let’s get started on creating a beautiful and practical keepsake for your baby.
This pattern was part of the ” Hey Baby Blog Hop” and Bundle taking place April 2023
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What can I tell you about this Baby Blanket!?
- A secret! I am hoping for a second grandchild so I tried to tease my daughter with it!
- Works up quickly and I am not a big crochet projects lady!
- I used this gorgeous variegated yarn in neutral colors, you can choose any color!
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Pattern Designed By: Sandra Stitches This pattern is copyright protected; it is unlawful to distribute this pattern in any form (free, sale or trade).
Let’s get to the pattern, shall we?
Colormix Alize Verona yarn, 100% Acrylic,100gr, 210mt, 230 yards ( 4 Skeins) main color
Deluxe Cygnet Aran, 100% Acrylic, 100gr, 210mt, 230 yrds (50 gr) color B
Hook: US Size J-10 (6 mm)
- Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape
12 st X 6 rows of pattern repeat
- 39” long X 29” wide before blocking
- Ch = Chain
- Sc = Single Crochet
- St = Stitch
- DC = Double Crochet
- Yo = yarn over
- Slst = Slip stitch
- The pattern is worked in rows
- Ch1 does not count as St at the beginning of each row
- This pattern has a one-row repeat.
- You can work this pattern with one color or multiple as you wish- I used a variegated yarn and a solid color
- If changing colors make sure to have a changing technique and weave your ends in.
Row 1:Dc1 in 4th ( skipped 3 Ch do not count as st) Ch from hook, Dc1 in next St, Dc1 in next and across to end of the row, Ch1 and turn work
Row 2: (Sc1+Ch3+Dc3) in 1st st from hook, Skip 3 St, (Sc1+Ch3+Dc3) in next, Skip 3 St and repeat *() to end of row, Sc1 in last St, turn work
Row 3: Ch3 ( not a St) Dc3 in 1st st from hook, *[(Sc1+Ch3+Dc3) into next Ch3 space]*, repeat from *to* to end of the row, Sc1 in last St, turn work
Row 4-13: Repeat row 3 and change color at the end of row 13
Row 14-16: Repeat row 3 with the new color, and change back to the main color at the end of row 16.
Row 17-44: Repeat row 3 with the main color, and change to color B at the end of row 44
Row 45-47: Repeat row 3 with color B, and change back to the main color at the end of row 47
Row 48-60: Repeat row 3 with the main color
Row 61: Ch1,Dc1 in 1st st from hook, Fc1 in next St and across to end of row/
Secure your yarn, weave in ends, and cut
For a baby blanket, it is not recommended to add fringe or tassels, Block the blanket, you can wash it as well!
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