Candy Crush Baby Blanket


The Candy Crush Baby Blanket uses a variety of crochet stitches to create a unique texture that is fun and playful. Practice your bobble stitch, cluster v-stitch, pucker stitch, mesh stitch and more with this one-of-a-kind crochet baby blanket. This free crochet pattern can help you burn through your stash too since the pattern calls for several colors of yarn.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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The most distasteful part of a beautiful design such as this is the weaving in of the ends. That is my most least favorite thing to have to do but you have to admit the finished result is well worth all of the effort of using more than one color. I just love this blanket.

It was not really clear until I saw a close up, this design uses multiple crochet stitches to complete the project. There are a total of five different stitches and they are really easy to learn. I think using contrasting different colors would allow you to see the stitches pop out more than these subtle shades. Either way, this is a delicious design.

It's very obvious why this Candy Crush Baby Blanket is named as such. It's because the colors used resemble the colors in Candy Crush Saga game.

This is a beautiful little blanket that can be adapted to many color schemes in a baby or toddlers room. I really like that it uses a combination of stitches which gives it texture along with vibrant color. I like the lovely colors the designer used and can see that any variety could be incorporated into the project.

Love this!! I can't wait to make it. - JC

I love this pattern! What attracted me were the colors, but I used colors that I had on-hand. I had trouble hiding my ends, so I adapted the pattern using the bobble stitch as my border, then sewing it over to hide my ends. I hope I did this lovely pattern justice! Thank you very much! 2racy424


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