Gingham Throw Blanket
Looking for a baby blanket to gift to expecting parents? This Gingham Blanket Free Crochet Pattern is a simple and easy way to make a beautiful baby blanket. How perfect is this blanket pattern for a baby boy or girl? You can just put three colors together, a dark, medium and light, and you get gingham. It's such a cuddly warm addition to the nursery. Thanks Below Designers for sharing these free knitting patterns. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
What is better than a gingham blanket? A textured gingham blanket. This blanket has been designed with the gorgeous Crystal Waves stitch. There is no carrying yarn behind your work and the pattern tells you exactly how to work up this blanket easily without tangling your yarn or pulling your hair out. Pick two colors that are very close in shade and cream or white to make this gingham blanket in any color you would like.
Here is a slightly modified and fun griddle stitch project with a lovely pattern of intersecting green stripes. The intersections additionally show intensified color, giving the blanket a more colorful look.
Ahhh! Oh, how my obsession with gingham is continuing and I'm still so in love! I used the corner to corner stitch to work the center portion of this crochet gingham heart blanket and then added 6 rounds of a block stitch for a giant border.
Surround baby with the color and texture of this garden-inspired, crochet blanket. Intarsia colorwork techniques are used to create the seamless 5-color gingham that comes to life as you stitch each row.
The addition of 5 flower motifs creates a wonderful sensory experience for the baby. Working flat and in the round, you'll also practice fan stitchwork to complete this project. Adorned with a pretty scalloped edge, this whimsical blanket is a fresh addition to the nursery or playroom.