9 Pastel Colored Patterns for Crochet Baby Blankets free eBook

These crochet baby blankets are as soft and sweet as baby, making them the perfect gifts!

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With the 9 Pastel Colored Patterns for Crochet Baby Blankets free eBook, you'll find a variety of crochet stitches and patterns in pastel colors. From ripple crochet patterns to granny square crochet baby blankets, these patterns are sweet, soft, and perfectly pastel.

Take the Day Dream Nursery Afghan (pg. 6) for example. When it comes to light crochet, pastel colors are perfect. The lightweight blanket goes hand in hand with the lighter pastel colored yarn. The Day Dream Nursery Afghan uses a pastel variegated yarn to achieve its dreamy look. Patterns for crochet baby blankets are often pastel and easy on the eyes.

You will love the colors in the Pastel Granny Afghan (pg. 10). This granny square crochet pattern is a bit different from the one above as it's worked up in pieces that are joined together instead of lightly rippled rows. Granny square blankets are popular in the spring since they can be worked in pieces and on the go, and lacier ones, like this, are light and airy. 

The Roses Baby Blanket (pg. 19) will also be a favorite. Pastel colored crochet squares make this baby blanket a pastel rainbow. Arrange the crochet squares in diagonals as shown to create this look which is different from a typical granny square blanket, or you can place the squares where you want for a fun mosaic effect.

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What a marvelous book at just the right time. I have time to make up a small stroller blanket for a summer baby's birth. I love pastels so much. Babies should have a pretty light colored blanket in summer to welcome the sunshine. Thank you for sharing this great book, and for free too!

As you can see by the picture I attached, I love to work with pastels. First of all there's nothing prettier for a baby, and secondly you can't go wrong with pink, blue and either aqua or yellow. If you aren't sure of the sex of the baby, I suggest pastels in green, yellow and white. Or get a baby ombr yarn. These pattern will be on my pastel list for sure

In my confusion with the pattern I was asking about, to my shame, I forgot to thank you for the ebook. The patterns are all lovely, and I truly appreciate them. I should also say that I don't mean to be critical--I just love the looks of the blankie, and would love to make it. wjm

I'm reading the directions to crochet Greta's Blankie. They are very confusing. Seems they all begin with "ROW ONE first row after having crocheted the foundation single crochet chain yarn over, insert hook into 3rd chain from hook ROW TWO (displayed in picture) second row after having crocheted the previous one yarn over, insert hook into *GS* cluster from the previous row ROW ONE first row after having crocheted the foundation single crochet chain yarn over ROW TWO (displayed in picture) second row after having crocheted the previous one yarn over" It never tells how to do the foundation row. I don't know if things got mixed up when the book was put together, or what happened. What I have between the quotes above is the wording shown with the first 2 photos of the actual directions. Each photo until the end begin with the "Row 1" line, then there is a direction; then there is the "Row 2" line, and sometimes another direction. I'm lost. Could someone possible take a gander at the pattern and give me a clue? Thank you.

I love the patterns in the lovely ebook, but I have questions on the instructions for the Greta's Stitch in Greta's Blankie. It looks like a great stitch, and I'd like to use it, but I can't tell where to follow. Are you giving different options for the same stitch? It seems that all the directions start over with Row 1 following the foundation row. Are you using different sized hooks, different techniques? I tried reading through the instructions both down the page and across the page. I'm confused. Is one set using the HDC chainless foundation and the other using the traditional chained foundation? Thanks, Cher M

Thank you so much for the free e book of baby blankets. Sure am enjoying checking things out. I hope than I can learn to crochet as well as the other members, will have fun trying. Thanks again for such a great site.

Thank you so much for the e-books. I am following Mickey and so far he's been great in teaching me a lot about crocheting and at 70 this is such a great pastime.

this are great patterns!

Thank you..for access to these patterns

I have vision issues so the patterns are a blessing for me. I can make it big enough to read on my computer. I am anxious to start something new!! Thank you! Markeeta from Florida

We are so glad you like our eBook! Happy crocheting!

Thank you for this beautiful e-book. They are very beautiful patterns Jolanda from Holland

Thank you so very much for these patterns. They are beautiful!!

Thank you for this e-book! I had no problems down loading it.

There is a problem with your link for the baby blanket ebook. All it downloads is the granny square ebook. All links go automatically to download the wrong ebook.


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