I have to apologize, it has been a while since I posted a free pattern on this blog. With the holidays coming to an end, I finally have the time to write this post. I made this wrap for one of my newborn photo shoots. Its a fun, quick project -and if you like the pattern but don’t have a newborn baby to crochet for, you could modify it to make a soft and luxurious scarf.
The yarn that I used is one of my favourites for newborn patterns. Knitpicks Reverie is soft, affordable, and has a halo which gives the finished work a super snuggly look. If you choose to purchase this yarn for your project and use the link in this post, I will get a percentage of the sale which helps fund my blog. There are other yarns that you can use too, just make sure that it is a worsted yarn with a halo to it (alpaca yarns tend to produce this effect).
Free Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern
What you will need
Here is what you will need to make this super soft and cozy baby blanket:
- A size N (9 mm) crochet hook
- 1.5 Skeins of KnitPicks Reverie worsted weight yarn in Natural.
This wrap measures 16.5″ X 19″
Note: The foundation chain for this stitch has to be a multiple of 3, plus 1 (in case you would like to modify the size).
Row 1: 1 DC in fourth chain from hook, CH2, 1 SC in same ch as first DC; *skip 2 ch, [2DC, 2CH, 1SC] in next ch; repeat from * to end of row; CH3, turn.
Row 2: [1DC, 2CH, 1SC] in first ch2 space; *[2 DC, 2CH, 1SC] in next ch2 space; repeat from * to end of row; CH3, turn.
Repeat row 2 until your work measures approximately 19 inches (or as long as you desire). Fasten off and weave in the ends.
You have my permission to sell any items that you create with my patterns, but they are copyrighted so please do NOT copy, share, adjust, or resell this pattern as your own. As well, the images in my patterns are NOT to be used as your own if you are selling the items that you make with the patterns. Please use your own images of the actual items that you make.
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