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12 Beautiful DIY Crochet Baby Blankets

12 Beautiful DIY Crochet Baby Blankets

12 Beautiful DIY Crochet Baby Blankets

12 Beautiful DIY Crochet Baby Blankets

Lazy Waves Blanket

Lazy Waves Blanket

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The Lazy Waves Blanket might be one of my favorites. It is thick and soft, yet very easy to make. I love it as a stash buster. What is a stash buster? It is when you can use up a bunch of different yarn that you have in your closet. If you collect enough yarn, you end up having some left that isn’t big enough for any other project, but who wants to toss it out? The Lazy Waves blanket lets you add plenty of scraps. You will need worsted weight yarn or two strands of thinner yarn. It uses an I crochet hook! Get this Blanket HERE

Corner 2 Corner

Everyone needs to try a Corner 2 Corner (C2C) Blanket one day! The perfect opportunity is when you need a baby blanket because the size is much more manageable when you are learning a pattern. You can use this pattern in any colors that make your happy. C2C blankets are all the rage right now, so give it a try! Get this Blanket HERE

Quick and Easy Baby Blanket

Quick and Easy Baby Blanket

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If you have already mastered the C2C blanket, you will want to try one of these Quick and Easy Baby Blankets. It is the same basic pattern as the C2C, but the creator used a larger hook and super bulky yarn. The result is a cozy and fast blanket. If you have the time, you might be able to make this blanket in just a day or two! So, if you forgot about that baby shower, here is the pattern for you. Get this Blanket HERE

Rainbow Ruffle Blanket

Rainbow Ruffle Blanket

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I just finished up this project for my newest addition. It is a great way to use up some extra yarn if you have some in your closet. You can pick whatever colors you want, whether it is a true rainbow or just some fun colors. The ruffles do take time, but the result is an eye-catching, beautiful work of art. Despite the complicated look, most of the blanket is double crochet with worsted weight yarn. Get this Blanket HERE

Chevron Blanket

Chevron Blanket

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Chevron is an easy pattern to follow. Once you understand the basic pattern, you can use it as a jumping point to create any size blanket that you like. All you need to know how to do is make a single crochet. Once you have that stitch mastered, this pattern will be no problem, making it an ideal choice for a beginner. You will use worsted weight yarn and an I crochet hook. Get this Blanket HERE

Ripple Baby Blanket

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Daisy Cottage Designs is at it again with another free baby blanket pattern. If you are a parent, you will want to create all of her projects. A ripple blanket is slightly different than a chevron blanket because it lacks the points. It is more of a wave rather than a point, which some people to prefer. You are going to need worsted weight yarn and an I crochet hook to complete this project. Ripple Baby Blanket

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