Star Baby Blanket
The crochet pattern uses the double crochet stitch throughout and works up rather quickly. It has a lovely drape and texture. This blanket was made using a cotton yarn, which makes this light. Yet, it provides just the right amount of coverage for summer or any time of the year. Throughout this crochet pattern, you will be working in the round in a circular motion. This pattern adds stitches that help increase the size, yet keep the blanket laying flat. This star blanket is crocheted in a chevron style. When making the points to the star, stitches are added. On the other hand, in making the valleys of the star, stitches are skipped.
To begin exploring the theme of a star-covered nap, here is a beautiful striped star baby blanket. In particular, its glorious stripes radiate outward with Bernat Baby Coordinates yarn, a soft and delicate touch for tender young skin.
This unique blanket combines self striping yarn cakes a creamy neutral color yarn to create pretty stripes. Combining the star stitch and half double crochet, this pattern keeps you interested and is easy to work up. The pattern includes a video tutorial for the star stitch which isn't a commonly known stitch. This blanket can be made in various sizes from baby to king sized. Use the crochet blanket chart in the pattern along with corresponding beginning chain count to find the size suitable for you!
"I am in love with this blooming crochet star stitch blanket. If you can crochet basic stitches like the single crochet and half double crochet, you can make this beautiful crochet pattern too. This pattern comes with a link to my step-by-step photo tutorial, written tutorial, and a video tutorial from my Youtube channel. Chunky Easy Crochet Blanket Pattern This stitch is a bit of a yarn eater, which can be a good thing if you are trying to use up your yarn stash. However, when completed, it creates a rather chunky blanket, and I just used a Caron One Pound yarn for this project. "
This Stabby Granny Star Crochet Blanket Pattern is the perfect pattern to use up your stash of yarn. It’s so much fun to see how the colors come out!
Alternatively, you can change colours whenever you want
You could make it as a gift or treat yourself, either way, the finished blanket will be treasured forever!