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10 Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns

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Updated May 08, 2023
Fairy Tales Baby Blanket
Fairy Tales Baby Blanket
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The Fairy Tales Baby Blanket is just what a little girl dreams her blanket should be. Full of bright colors and whimsical stitches, this crochet baby afghan is one she will take everywhere she goes. This blanket is considered a sampler blanket because of the multiple stitches used. Many magical adventures await for a little girl and her crochet blanket!

Not sure what colors you want to use, or what will make your afghan pop? Watch the video below that gives you great tips and tricks on knowing what colors to pick! 


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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This is an adorable baby blanket pattern! I love how it looks like round is different. I think that adds an extra special touch to an already amazing gift. My sister is having a baby, due in October, and I am looking for some new patterns to make for the baby! I have made so many baby blankets recently, I want to make a special one for my niece or nephew.

I made it! Colors selected for a friend's new baby in Mexico, and I finished it as a smaller blanket for the newborn. I did have to make a couple adjustments. It was a great stash buster too.

This fits girls ages from 3 to probably 12 years. This is so colorful that even the tweenies will like it. This is so intircate. I am challenged to do this. Here is the link to the pattern http// == mpler-baby-afghan-pattern.html

Gorgeous pattern. Looks just beautiful, but...I have tried this afghan 3 times, counts don't match up, and its all catty wonkers.

I'm stuck in row39 skipping 2scs after making the sc and making the fan doesn't seem to make enough on each side can anyoneclarify this row in dummy terms

I made four squares, joined them and edged the large square with around of each colour used in the main part. It makes a great throw. I call it my grey day throw 'coz if your feeling grey it colours your day like a magical rainbow

I made this last year and it was more than large enough for the baby. The new mom got compliments wherever she went!

That is an absolutely gorgeous afghan and I just know my granddaughter would love it. I cannot seem to find the pattern for it though so would you mind sending it to me or let me know how to find it. Thanks you so much. I can hardly wait to make it.

This is a gorgeous pattern. I can't wait to get started and use up all my oddments of yarn. Thank you for sharing.

thank you for this most beautiful pattern. I am a beginner and I would love to make this for my daughter's first daughter! Please send me the pattern and I tend to crochet tight so do you recommend that I use a larger hook? What will be the finished size and what brand of yarn do you recommend? Thank you so very much again for your lovely pattern and assistance!

Try using a size bigger hook or crocheting looser. Make sure you are using #4 (4 ply) worsted weight yarn, too.

I made this pattern, and it did not turn out big enough for a baby blanket


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