Bernat Blanket yarn's soft, chenille-like texture makes this crochet sponge super soft, very absorbent, washable and durable. Use this free bernat blanket patterns to make a reusable crochet sponge with scraps of Bernat Blanket yarn from your stash. These are a great eco-friendly money saving project that sell well at craft fairs.
The best chunky yarn to use for a baby blanket pattern is Bernat Blanket Yarn, a chenille-style yarn that makes some amazingly soft blankets! This simple design is perfect to crochet if you are new to crochet or would just like a super easy baby blanket project to make.
This crochet blanket pattern is straightforward and works up superfast! Mainly because of the simple crochet stitches it uses, which means it's a great beginner-friendly project which makes for a great toddler or newborn baby blanket.
The blanket has an incredible texture and stitching. It looks perfect as a whole. This super adorable baby blanket is so fun to crochet and the colors can be customized for a baby girl or boy. The Rumi Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern will be completed quickly and easily. Its perfect for those in search of a fun beginners crochet project. Use your favourite color to make the blanket look even better. Choose a soft yarn but one that is machine washable and durable. You can easily adjust it bigger or smaller. Thanks Alnaar for sharing the wonderful free crochet pattern on leeleeknits.com. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
An afghan is always a practical item around the home and is often used for many years. Do you have some leftover yarns lying around something in your storage? If so, why not use Scraps Afghan Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern to convert throw-away yarn into something so beautiful. It uses single and double crochet and a shell pattern to create the look of hearts. This would also be cute as a baby afghan done in pastels. Happy crocheting.
Do you like to chose your own adventure? With the Divine Diamonds Throw you can do just that. Modeled after quilts, this pattern is is fun, easy to pick up and put back down, and can be a great stashbuster or a very classic looking throw. It's up to you, you get to decide how you make this. You may sell all finished products made from this pattern; however you may not share, sell, or distribute this pattern in any way, in whole or in part. I would greatly appreciate a link back to my shop or this pattern anytime you sell this item online.
Take those small leftover scraps of yarn you've saved from previous crochet projects for this colorful crochet afghan. This Multicolored Scrapghan uses all your discarded yarn scraps and incorporates them into a solid-colored background to make a colorful patchwork afghan. The more scraps you want to work into your afghan, the more skeins of solid yarn you'll need. Make this blanket as long as needed so that you can finally use up all your yarn scraps for something warm and cozy.