Looking for a chunky & easy crochet baby blanket pattern? I can help! I knew when I saw this Bernat Baby Blanket Yarn I knew that it was going to be perfect for a crochet baby blanket! This crochet blanket pattern is extremely simple and works up super fast! A great beginner project! Read down to find the free pattern to get started!
Bernat blanket yarn is one of the softest yarns you can use and I highly recommend it for a baby blanket! When working with the Bernat Blanket big ball yarn I found that single crochets were the best to use. A bigger crochet stitch could leave holes in the blanket that little fingers could slip through and not be as warm. Plus single crochets are super easy to crochet up right! 🙂
Bernat Blanket Yarn, Amazon.com
I chose to use the color Little Cosmos (see the color above) in the Bernat Baby Blanket line because of the mixture of blues, browns and creams. If you prefer a different color Yarnspirations the parent company of Bernat has many beautiful colors to choose from. You won’t be disappointed!
I used a started chain of 48 for this blanket because I found it to be the perfect size to for a quick car seat blanket when heading outside!
WANT TO CHANGE THE SIZE?
Feel free to adjust the size to make it smaller or larger by using any number starting chain. 🙂
Ready to get started on this beginner friendly blanket? Read on down to find the full crochet baby blanket pattern below or save to Pinterest to make later!
Happy Blanket Making! 🙂
CROCHET BABY BLANKET PATTERN
- Bernat Baby Blanket Yarn in Little Cosmos (Approximately 258 Yards) or any Bulky Yarn (6).
- Size N Crochet Hook 10 mm
- Yarn Needle
- Approximately 26″ X 20″
- Gauge is approximately 5 SC = 4 Inches
Foundation Row: Chain 48. In Second Chain from Hook Single Crochet, Single Crochet in every chain across, Turn.
Row 1: Chain 1, Single Crochet in Second Chain from hook. Single Crochet in every Chain across, Turn.
Row 2: Chain 1, Single Crochet into first stitch, Single Crochet into every Stitch across, Turn.
Row 3-35: Repeat Row 2.
Finishing: Fasten off yarn after Row 35 and weave in loose ends with a yarn needle.
YOU ARE DONE!
I gifted this to my sister for my nephew at the time I wrote this post and still 3 years later (June 2017) it is holding up great for baby number two! So I can guarantee that it will last for years to come! Promise! 🙂
That’s it! I hope you enjoyed this free baby blanket pattern! Are you looking for me free crochet baby blanket patterns? Then you may also like the Charlotte Crochet Blanket or the Baby Ripple Blanket patterns too!
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