This crochet baby blanket pattern will make the perfect baby shower gift and simplest DIY project to make! Read on down for the full, FREE pattern and tutorial!
I designed the so soft crochet baby blanket after picking up the Isaac Mizrahi looking glass yarn at my local craft store. I knew as soon as I felt it that it would make a perfect baby blanket due to its super soft texture. It is amazingly cozy! Lion Brand Homespun is pretty similar in texture if you are looking to find an easily accessible brand. 🙂
This easy pattern is made up entirely of half double crochet stitches and the simplicity of only using one stitch makes it a great beginner pattern! So if you are just learning how to crochet, then this crochet baby blanket is for you!
If you are ready to give this blanket a try then read on down to find the full free crochet pattern or you add it to your Ravelry library “here“.
CROCHET BABY BLANKET PATTERN
- –9 mm crochet hook–
- 2 skeins of Isaac Mizrahi Craft Looking Glass Yarn in Hare or 372 Yards of any type of bulky 5 yarn.
- –Yarn needle–
- HDC = Half Double Crochet
- ST = Stitch
- CH = Chain
- Finished size as shown is 27 x 35
- Gauge is approx 3 st for every 2 inches
- Each row is approx 1 inch in height
- Add to Ravelry “Here”
Foundation Row: Chain 46
Row 1: Starting in 3rd ch from the hook, hdc, hdc in every ch across, turn. (44)
*Every row after this point will be worked in between sts.
Row 2: Ch 2, working between sts hdc, hdc between every st across with last hdc in between the last hdc from the row before & turning ch, turn. (44)
Row 3: Ch 2, working between sts hdc, hdc between every st across with last hdc in between the last hdc from the row before & turning ch, turn. (44)
Row 4- 35: Repeat row 3. (44)
I hope you enjoyed this crochet baby blanket pattern and as always thank you for stopping by!
If you have any questions about this pattern please send me an email at Krista@rescuedpawdesigns.com or find me over on Instagram to say Hi!
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Enjoy your new crochet blanket and Happy Crocheting!