Peppy Pink Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern


Peppy Pink Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

Peppy Pink Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern
Peppy Pink Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

Any little girl would love to cuddle with this adorable Peppy Pink Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern. With a classic chevron crochet pattern, this little afghan is perfect for a baby's first blankie. Nothing beats this bubble gum pink color for a little princess's room.

If you have a baby shower to go to, why not make an easy crochet baby blanket? With a simple ripple crochet pattern, this afghan would be perfect. It's also super fast, so you won't have to spend much time on it. You can also change one to three of these colors to anything you want.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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I like this Peppy Pink Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern for its irregular pattern. Each color in this blanket does not have exact number of lines. I think that's what I like when I make my own version of this baby blanket.

Love this basic Peppy Pink Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern. I have made everyone of my Grandchildren all 10 of them a Ripple Blanket and I think they still have them. This written pattern is so easy to do and a good one to save just in case you need a reminder on how to make it. I like that you can change up the colors to make it unique for that special person who will receive it. I have a Great grand child coming so I need to remember to make this one soon. Thank you for reminding me and thank you for sharing this free crochet pattern.

I really want to make this for my grandbaby due in a few weeks. I have all the yarn and the needle, etc, but I was wondering if instead of the decreased dc stitches, I could skip two stitches to form the V shape needed? When I do the chevron pattern, I usually do that, and then for the top look, I make 3 dc in the center of the top dc. If I did this, would I use the same number of chains to make the chevrons come out even? (5 stitches before each 'wave' all the way across. )


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