Blueberry Waffleghan

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Blueberry Waffleghan
Blueberry Waffleghan
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The Blueberry Waffleghan is sure to put a smile on a little one's face! Its fun texture and soft color palette both make this baby blanket an instant favorite. Finished with a nice picot border, this baby blanket is great for girls and boys alike.

It might make you hungry, though, since the waffle pattern looks an awful lot like the breakfast food. However, the light blue and white colors used for this free crochet baby blanket pattern make you want to snuggle up with it rather than eat it. 


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I'd love to make this for my future grandchild, but can't get pattern to come up

I cannot get this pattern to come up. Is it no longer available

This is a really pretty baby blanket. You can see a lot of texture and because of the tight weave, I am sure this blanket will be a warm one. Depending on the sex of the baby, you can change the color or opt for yellow or green so that either can use it.

This is the first time that I have seen a single item crocheted with more than one size hook. Is that where the waffle design comes in? I noticed the skill level is easy but I always find it difficult when the color of the yarn changes. This is a beautiful afghan.

She might crochet her chains to tightly so she uses a larger hook to make her chain and first row. The rest of the blanket is done with the smaller hook.

This is a beautiful Blueberry Waffeghan Pattern. I get her daily e-mails with free patterns and so far I've had no problems with them. I love this Waffeghan pattern, but I don't like to weave in all the end yarns so I carry the old color up and it saves a lot of time. It works great because there is a border that covers the colors that are carried up. I have printed this one in the past and forgot about it, Now I have it again and want to make one in browns for a lapaghan for my mother-in-law. It make for a nice warm cover. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

This is another addition to my baby blanket collection. Blue for boys, it doesn't matter. This can be made into another color. Here's the link to the pattern http// == a.html

Faye, you can highlight the text and photo, copy to a Word document, remove any stuff you don't need to waste ink printing, then print your document. No different from printing their page, it just saves ink.

i am trying to print this but it says I am not a member...but at the top of this page it says.."HI Faye" and that is guess I will find the pattern on another web site...faye jackson


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