Simple handmade simple multicolor crochet baby blanket is a great gift to a kid.
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What do you need to crochet this project?
- Crochet hook size 4.5 – 6
- Yarn: 650 g of white (= yarn A) and 250 g of lilac (= yarn B), blue (= yarn C) and green (= yarn D)
- Yarndage: 50g/ 125m
- Yarn weight: Fingering (14 wpi) / Super Fine
- Fiber type: 97% cotton, 3% polyester
- Gauge: 4 rapports in width and 12 rapports in height = 11 x 10 cm
- Finished size: 115 х 145 cm
Crochet baby blanket pattern
Stitch abbreviations used in this simple multicolor crochet baby blanket
- ch – chain
- sl st – slip stitch
- dc – double crochet
- trc – treble crochet
How to crochet this pattern
Simple step by step instruction
The main part of the blanket
Crochet all rows marked in black with yarn A. Crochet bright pink rows alternatively in 1 row with yarn B, C, and D.
Foundation chain: multiples of 6+3.
Row 1: ch, sl st in 2 ch from hook, 5 ch, skip 1 ch, sl st in next ch, *3 ch, skip 3 ch, sl st in next ch, 5 ch, skip 1 ch, sl st in next ch, rep from * to the end, turn.
Row 2: 5 ch, *trc + ch + trc + ch + trc in 3 ch arch, ch, rep from * to the end, trc in sl st, turn.
Row 3: 3 ch, 2 dc in 5 ch arch, 3 ch, *3 dc in 5 ch arch, 3 ch, rep from * to the end, 2 dc in 5 ch arch, dc in trc, turn.
Row 4: ch, sl st in dc, 5 ch, skip 1 dc, sl st in next dc, *3 ch, skip 3 ch, sl st in dc, 5 ch, skip 1 dc, sl st in next dc, rep from * to the end, turn.
Repeat row 2-4 until you have reached your desired length.
If you still have questions regarding what those symbols mean or how to read them, please take a look at our epic guide of Crochet symbols and abbreviations.
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