If you want a blanket that is both beautiful and functional, you better check out this Mandala Baby Blanket. What we love about this blanket aside from its beauty is how you can use it in any weather!
Keep your baby warm with this pleasant Seaside Crochet Baby Boy Blanket Pattern. This free crochet baby blanket pattern is easy to make and the textured yarn pattern will provide durability if you decide to use it on-the-go. You can easily use this pattern to make a crochet baby shower gift for a newborn baby boy, or use the completed project to decorate your home. No matter what you use this crochet blanket pattern for, the bright blue and beige color scheme will make any space feel closer to the ocean!
For a fun but warm and comfortable nap time, we have included in this list of crochet baby boy blanket patterns a free blanket pattern that can be done in just 4 hours!
Because this yarn is made using Chenille yarn, simple stitches are used in this blanket since the yarn doesn’t have much stitch definition. A half double crochet variation is used for a warmer feel since it doesn’t have any holes.
As a result, the blanket has an adorable interlocking texture that you’ll definitely want to run your hands through.
If you've never tried making this beautiful crochet afghan in the pictures below, you have to give it a go! It's absolutely gorgeous and will be a stunning addition to your home, no matter if you want it to be in your living room or bedroom.
Gift this baby boy crochet-pattern blanket to the new parents. Not only for the boy, but this blanket is also desirable for a baby girl. Use two-tone strands to customize this patterned blanket by yourself. This blanket creation involves the half-double crochet stitches. So, you can work on it efficiently and smoothly. This light grey blanket is an ideal and classy gift to give to the nursery.
Are you looking for something spectacular? This amazing eye-catching blanket is easy to make and will give you lots of fun! Each rectangle hue can represent your everyday mood. That's how we explain the name! If you are not particularly moody, you can treat this blanket as a way to use up yarn scraps. A pretty one, we might add! The link to the free pattern is under the photo.