Frog Pond Baby Blanket

Frog Pond Baby Blanket
Frog Pond Baby Blanket

This Frog Pond Baby Blanket gets its inspiration from the blues and greens of a pond and amps up the brightness to make it perfect for a cheerful little baby. With both the crochet shell stitch and the puff stitch, the texture is as fun as the colors on this pattern. This easy crochet baby blanket would be great for any little one in your life, thanks to the vibrant but gender neutral tones. It would also be a fun project to work up since it has a mixture of techniques that would keep you wanting to crochet more without stressing over the difficulty—you will enjoy making it as much as the baby will cuddling it! 


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge6 sc x 7 rows = 2 inches x 2 inches

Finished Size35 x 35 inches blocked

Materials List

  • 400 yards of worsted weight yarn for Color A (shown here: 2 skeins of Premier Yarns, Deborah Norville Everyday in Kiwi)
  • 600 yards worsted weight yarn of Color B (shown here: 3 skeins of Premier Yarns, Deborah Norville Everyday in Glass)
  • Size K crochet hook

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I love the color combination in this blanket. I don't think I would have thought of it. You change the color row by row. I don't think you can carry it along the side unfortunately. I will have to make this blanket since it has a nice texture to it. Thank you.

Love the look of this Frog Pond Baby Blanket! The pattern says Easy, but I'm not to sure. There are so many different stitches used and it looks harder then easy to me. I have saved this one and hope to get the yarns to make this for my Grandson. Hope mine comes out as nice looking. There is a nice clear picture showing where stitches should be placed. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet blanket pattern.

The color and the appearance remind me of the pond with bright green moss, tadpoles and young frogs. Here's the link to the patter http// == fghans/Fall-Romance-Throw


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