Beautiful crochet blanket for babies

Stylish handmade beautiful crochet blanket for babies is a great gift to a close person or to yourself.

Beautiful crochet blanket for babies preview



At Mycrochetpattern you can find easy to understand training on how to crochet this cozy blanket, techniques used, necessary yarn and hooks and video guide for this crochet pattern. You can download this printable instruction in PDF format for free at the end of the lesson.

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Skill level:

Beginner

Materials used in this crochet

Crochet hook 5 mm

Yarn: white yarn for kids

 

Crochet blanket for babies pattern

crochet blanket for babies pattern - stitch scheme

 

Video tutorial

Writing instructions to crochet

The blanket is worked from corner to corner. The border and flowers are added at the end.

The main part of the blanket

Foundation chain: 150 + 1.

Row 1: 3 ch (3 ch cost as 1 dc), 1 dc into 4 ch, *1 dc into next ch, rep from * to the end, turn.

Row 2: 4 ch, 1 trc into 1 dc, *4 ch, skip 3 dc, 13 dc, 4 ch, skip 3 dc, 3 trc cluster into next dc, rep from * to the end, turn.

Row 3: 3 ch, 3 dc, 4 ch, 2 trc into 1 ch, skip 3 dc, 1 sc into arch, 1 sc into cluster, *1 sc into arch, 4 ch, 2 trc into 1 ch, skip 3 dc, 7 dc, 4 ch, 2 trc into 1 ch, skip 3 dc, 1 sc into arch, 1 sc into cluster, rep from * to the end, turn.

Row 4: 1 ch, 2 sc, 6 ch, *7 dc, 6 ch, 3 sc, 6 ch, rep from * to the end, turn.

Row 5: 3 ch, 3 dc, 3 dc into arch, 3 ch, skip 1 sc, 3 trc cluster into next sc, *3 ch, skip 1 sc, 3 dc into arch, 7 dc, 3 dc into arch, 3 ch, skip 1 sc, 3 trc cluster into next sc, rep from * to the end, turn.

Repeat rows 1 – 5 until you have reached your desired length.

Border 1

Row 1: 1 ch, sc. At the angles of the rug: 2 ch.

Row 2: 4 ch, *1 dc, 1 ch, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st. At the angles of the rug: 1 trc.

Row 3: 4 ch, *1 dc into dc, 1 ch, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st. At the angles of the rug: 1 dc into dc, 1 sc, 1 dc into same dc, 1 sc, 1 dc into same dc.

Row 4: 4 ch, *1 dc into dc, 1 ch, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st. At the angles of the rug: 1 dc into dc, 1 sc, 1 dc into same dc, 1 sc, 1 dc into same dc.

Row 5: 2 ch, *1 sc into ch, 1 ch, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st.

Row 6: 3 ch, 1 dc into 1 ch, 1 ch, 1 dc into same ch, skip: 1 sc, 1 ch, 1 sc, 1 ch; *1 dc into 1 sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, skip: 1 ch, 1 sc, 1 ch, 1 sc; 1 dc into 1 ch, 1 ch, 1 dc into same ch, 1 ch, 1 dc into same ch, 1 ch, 1 dc into same ch, 1 ch, 1 dc into same ch, skip: 1 sc, 1 ch, 1 sc, 1 ch; rep from * to the end, 1 sl st. At the angles of the rug: 1 dc into 1 sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc.

Row 7: 1 ch, *1 sc into ch, 2 or 4 ch depending on the scheme, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st.

Row 8: 1 ch, *1 sc into arch, 3 or 5 ch depending on the scheme, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st.

Border 2

Row 1: 2 ch, *1 sc into row 2 border 1, 1 ch, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st.

Row 2: 3 ch, 1 dc into 1 ch, 1 ch, 1 dc into same ch, skip: 1 sc, 1 ch, 1 sc, 1 ch; *1 dc into 1 sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, skip: 1 ch, 1 sc, 1 ch, 1 sc; 1 dc into 1 ch, 1 ch, 1 dc into same ch, 1 ch, 1 dc into same ch, 1 ch, 1 dc into same ch, 1 ch, 1 dc into same ch, skip: 1 sc, 1 ch, 1 sc, 1 ch; rep from * to the end, 1 sl st. At the angles of the rug: 1 dc into 1 sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc.

Row 3: 1 ch, *1 sc into ch, 2 or 3 ch depending on the scheme, rep from * to the end, 2 ch, 1 hdc.

Row 4: 1 ch, *1 sc into arch, 3 or 4 ch depending on the scheme, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st.

Flowers

Begin with a Magic Circle, 1 ch.

Row 1: 5 ch, *1 dc into circle, 2 ch, rep from * 4 times, 1 sl st.

Row 2: 1 ch, *1 sc into arch, 1 ch, 3 dc into arch, 1 ch, 1 sc into arch, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st.

Row 3: 1 ch, *1 back post sc, 5 ch, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st.

Row 4: 1 ch, *1 sc into arch, 1 hdc into arch, 5 dc into arch, 1 hdc into arch, 1 sc into arch, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st.

Row 5: 1 ch, *1 back post sc, 6 ch, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st.

Row 6: 1 ch, *1 sc into arch, 1 hdc into arch, 7 dc into arch, 1 hdc into arch, 1 sc into arch, rep from * to the end, 1 sl st.

Stitch abbreviations used in this crochet blanket for babies pattern

ch – chain

sc – single crochet

hdc – half double crochet

dc – double crochet

trc – treble crochet

back post sc – back post single crochet

3 trc cluster – 3 treble crochet cluster

Other pictures

white crochet blanket for babies photo

Tutorials

Crochet small pink rose pattern

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67 responses to “Beautiful crochet blanket for babies”

  1. Maria Luz Ferguson says:

    I want to be able to make this beautiful baby blanket.

    • OlyaCroch says:

      It’s not hard as it seems at the first time.
      You just need to start learning crocheting and I am sure – in a few weeks you would be able to make one.
      If there is anything else I can do for you to help with it – just let me know!

  2. Karla Barnes says:

    Hello, is there a written pattern for this blanket? It’s beautiful, and I’d love trying to make it for my granddaughter.

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Hi
      Sure. In the end of the post you can see the downlod button of the pdf version of the blanket pattern. It’s free.
      It would be a great gift for your granddaughter. Please let me know if I can help you with something else!

  3. Dana says:

    I hope it really is easy.

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Hi. Yes it is very easy to master. All you need is a few days of practice of crocheting of simple patterns.
      By the way, baby blankets are one of the easiest patterns.
      Feel free to contact me if you need any help with it

  4. Dana says:

    What does that mean “awaiting moderation?”

    • OlyaCroch says:

      In order to make mycrochetpattern.com blog clean and useful I approve every comment manualy before publication.

  5. Ange says:

    How can I find the written patter

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Hello
      The download button for the pdf version of this baby blanket pattern is in the end of the post. Simly just click on it and download written scheme to your computer.
      After that you will be able to print it.

  6. Damini says:

    Interesting baby blanket, need the pattern.

  7. Barbara Whiteside says:

    Where can I find the written pattern, not the chart. I sorry I can’t follow a chart. I have a new great grand child coming. Please help me.

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Hey, Barbara. The written instruction is ready. I hope it helps.

  8. Barbara Whiteside says:

    Thank you so much. I appreciate you. Love your blanket. I’m starting it tomorrow. Will let you know the outcome. Can’t thank you enough.

  9. Veronica says:

    How much yarn is needed for this?

    • OlyaCroch says:

      For this blanket you need 400g/14,11oz of the medium yarn.

  10. Melodie says:

    What are the multiples for this pattern? Thinking of doing a different size in this blanket.

  11. Susan says:

    Beautiful blanket!! I love your tutorials! I am unsure of the amount of yarn needed for the blanket. Do you need 400 gram total of number 4 yarn (medium weight)? What are the dimensions of your baby blanket? Thanks so much!

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Yes, you need 400 gram total of number 4 yarn. The dimensions of this blanket would be 100*100 cm or 40*40 inch. Happy to help. Feel free to ask if you have other questions!

  12. Barbara says:

    Thank you so much for the pattern.
    I’m a just starting with crochet so looking forward to making this
    Thank you

  13. Andrea B says:

    I did the 151 +3 but it seems I have too many stitches left over to start row 3 correctly. If I go by the multiples of 30+1 it comes out wrong too. HELP!

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Foundation chain: 150 + 1.
      Row 1: 3 (3 ch cost as 1 dc), 1 dc into 4 ch, *1 dc into next ch, rep from * to the end, turn. = 150 dc
      Row 2: 4 ch, 1 trc into 1 dc, *4 ch, skip 3 dc, 13 dc, 4 ch, skip 3 dc, 3 trc cluster into next dc, rep from * 6 times, 4 ch, skip 3 dc, 7 dc, turn.
      Row 3: 3 ch, 3 dc, 4 ch, 2 trc into 1 ch, skip 3 dc, 1 sc into arch, 1 sc into cluster, *1 sc into arch, 4 ch, 2 trc into 1 ch, skip 3 dc, 7 dc, 4 ch, 2 trc into 1 ch, skip 3 dc, 1 sc into arch, 1 sc into cluster, rep from * to the end, turn.

  14. Susan says:

    In your design, does every corner have roses, or just one? I realize we can do what we want, but just wondering how you did yours. Beautiful blanket. I’m making it for my mother!

  15. mikky16 says:

    in the repeat it says “repeat 1-5” how do you repeat row 1? how many dc’s do you do in the ch’s from the row below?

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Row 6: 3 ch (cost as 1 dc), 3 dc into arch, *13 dc into 13 dc, 3 dc into arch, 1 dc into cluster, 3 dc into arch, rep from * to the end, turn.

  16. Andrea B says:

    For the border(s), how many stitches should there be for the sets of 5 rows? I want to make sure I have an even number of SC for each side. Thank you!

  17. mikky16 says:

    in the border you say “Row 6: 3 ch, 1 dc into 1 ch, 1 ch, 1 dc into same ch, skip: 1 sc, 1 ch, 1 sc, 1 ch; *1 dc into 1 sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, 1 ch, 1 dc into same sc, skip: 1 ch, 1 sc, 1 ch” skip what? how many? in the video it looks like you are skipping 4 stitches.

  18. Bobbie says:

    Thank you so much for creating the symbol instructions for crocheting patterns…this seems a lot easier than any of the books that have been written for that purpose of trying to learn symbol/diagram crocheting…

  19. Sharon says:

    Your link for baby blanket doesn’t work you only get one page.when you download. Faulty link. Thank you

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Thank you for the comment
      I’ll fix the pdf in a few days

  20. Judy Sutton says:

    Your work is absolutely stunning!!! A MUST try in the near future!!

  21. Dianne Tyson says:

    In the border directions, should the blanket be turned after each row(round) or not turn and continue on the right side of the blanket? Also in row #2 of Border #2, you indicate “3 ch, 1 dc into 1 ch, 1 ch, 1 dc into same ch….” When you say the first “1 dc into 1 ch” do you mean I am to dc in the next ch 1 space and then do the second dc in the next ch 1 done right before that dc? I’m wondering about this technique since you used it when making the flower petals on the blanket by doing trc’s in the first ch of the previous ch 3. Hope all this makes. sense. It’s a beautiful blanket!!! I look forward to making it.

    • OlyaCroch says:

      You shouldn’t turn the blanket after each row. There is a slip stitch in the end of the row.
      In the row 2 of border 2 you should crochet: 3 ch (cost as 1 dc), 1 ch, 1 dc, 1 ch, and 1 dc into 1 chain.

  22. Sandy says:

    What happened to the tutorial for Border 2?

    I thought there was one, but can’t find it now.

  23. Dheema says:

    Help please..
    I did multiples of 30 plus 1 ( 240+1)
    but it seems The stitches do not align with the instructions to start row 3 correctly . HELP pleas

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Hi.
      Don’t worry!
      Foundation ch: 240+1
      Row 1: 3 ch + 240 dc = 241 st
      Row 2: 3 ch, 6 dc, *4 ch, skip 3 dc, 3 trc cluster into next dc, skip 3 dc, 4 ch, 13 dc, rep from * to the end, skip 3 dc, 3 trc cluster into next dc, skip 3 dc, 4 ch, 7 dc, turn.
      Row 3: 3 ch, 3 dc, *4 ch, 2 trc into 1 ch, skip 3 dc, 1 sc into arch, 1 sc into cluster, 1 sc into arch, 4 ch, 2 trc into 1 ch, skip 3 dc, 7 dc, rep from * to the end, 4 ch, 2 trc into 1 ch, skip 3 dc, 1 sc into arch, 1 sc into cluster, 1 sc into arch, 4 ch, 2 trc into 1 ch, skip 3 dc, 4 dc turn.
      Row 4: 3 ch, 3 dc, *6 ch, 3 sc, 6 ch, 7 dc, rep from * to the end, 6 ch, 3 sc, 6 ch, 4 dc, turn.
      Row 5: 3 ch, 3 dc, *3 dc into arch, 3 ch, skip 1 sc, 3 trc cluster into next sc, 3 ch, skip 1 sc, 3 dc into arch, 7 dc, rep from * to the end, 3 dc into arch, 3 ch, skip 1 sc, 3 trc cluster into next sc, 3 ch, skip 1 sc, 3 dc into arch, 4 dc, turn.

  24. hina says:

    Hello! Thank you very much for providing is with this pattern. I would like to make one exactly like yours but I don’t know how to make a leaf. Could you add the leaf pattern?

  25. Kylie says:

    Hi. Your blanket is beautiful. Thank-you for all the instructions. I see you’ve said 400g for the blanket is needed. Is this just for the main blanket or does this include borders and flowers?

  26. Nona says:

    Love your pattern. Am trying to figure out the leaves. When I try to enlarge it on the graph it blurs. Only able to make out size. The printed pattern only has instructions for the flowers.
    Thank you for sharing the pattern…

  27. Donna says:

    I’m done! How many flowers are on yours? I’t came out beautiful! Having a tough time getting the lines perfectly straight, but that’s ok I guess….now to figure out where and how many flowers to place

  28. Christine Harman says:

    Hi
    I started this blanket following the pattern it said foundation row 150+1 but I didnt seem to be finishing the second row properly, then I watched your video and it said the foundation row was 151+3. What is the correct foundation row please

  29. Judy says:

    Hello, I’m a beginner at crocheting. This pattern looks difficult but I’m going to give it a shot. I have another grand daughter on the way. Can I use # 3 light yarn which requires a # 4mm hook?
    Thank you for your help

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Hi
      Thanks
      Sure you can use them. The size of the hook will make a different pattern thickness. The bigger the hook = the tighter the pattern

  30. Jenny Piper says:

    I did the patten with 300+1 stitches I’m having trouble getting row 2 to come out right. Any help would be great thanks so much I’m excited to get to make this blanket

  31. Eileen says:

    Hi there just wondering is this UK or USA instructions

  32. Sheryl Shears says:

    I’m finishing the blanket now. How did you attach the flowers? Thanks. It’s pretty

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Usually with a slip stitch or just a needle and thread
      I’ll add the new post about it
      Thanks

  33. Sandy says:

    Where can I find instructions for the leaves?

  34. Whitney MARTIN says:

    Hello,

    On the picture it looks like there are leaves by the flowers? Is that accurate? If so, is there a pattern for the leaves?

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Hi
      Yes. It’s accurate. I’ll add them shortly
      Thank you

  35. June says:

    Hi love this blanket just done it now doing flowers but noticed there’s no pattern for the leaves could you include it please as finishes the look thank you

    • OlyaCroch says:

      Sorry
      Yes, I’ll add the leaves in a few days
      Thank you for leaving your comment

  36. Pam Eddy says:

    I’m trying to add 30 (180 + 1) but the stitches don’t seem to be coming out correctly to start row 3

  37. Pam Eddy says:

    I’m trying to add 30 (181 +1) but stitches don’t seem right for row 3

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