This crochet throw is vivid and inspired and brings lots of play value to any child’s room! Stimulate imaginations by crafting in primary shades as shown, or change up the colors to coordinate with your room’s décor. Squares and rectangles are stitched separately and joined together, while dots are later crafted and sewn on to complete each block.
The Building Blocks Baby Blanket is a perfect pattern for playing with color! Use Loops and Threads Colorwheel yarn or your favorite worsted weight yarn to mix and match as many colors as you'd like. This fun play on a classic granny square is called the block stitch, and I have a right and left handed video tutorial to get you started along with the free crochet pattern. This pattern requires at least 450 yards of worsted weight yarn (approx. 90 yards of 5 colors recommended) and an I/5.5mm crochet hook.
If you have a modern touch to your home, this crochet throw is perfect! It is made up of large squares, small squares and rectangles that are worked separately and then joined together at the end. This crochet pattern is shown in five colors that will add a bright pop of modern to your home decor, but you can work this up in any five colors you choose, giving you the option to make it match any room of the house or make it clean and neutral. This intermediate crochet pattern is perfect for crocheters on the go and can provide a great practice piece for any novice crocheter looking to improve.
This super simple crocheted baby blanket comes in three sizes lovey, baby blanket and afghan, allowing you to produce the size you want. This Aqua Polka Dots Baby Blanket is worked in single, double and treble crochet, making it easy for a beginner to crochet. One suggestion by the designer is to learn how to crochet the bobble stitch before attempting this pattern. The frilly border makes it a feminine design, but this blanket can be made for both boys and girls.
I couldn't resist making another Candy Dots blanket with all of these fun Bernat Bundle Up colors! I've loved this yarn since it first came out earlier this year, so I was very excited when I finally got my hands on all these different colors. Bernat Bundle Up is a 100% polyester yarn that is so soft and snuggly and I love the way it works up for baby blankets!
This is an awesome pattern if you prefer to work in smaller blocks and join those pieces together for a finished blanket, which I sometimes find easier than working with a lot of stitches at once. This is also a great stash buster project that you can use to work through all the bits of yarn you have leftover.