Free Crochet Pattern

The Bellame Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

  • DESIGNED by Dayna Perry

Here’s something for crocheters who are still at the beginning of their crafting journey. The Bellame Baby Blanket is beginner friendly pattern that uses three stitches. This blanket won’t take much of your precious time and will probably become your little angel’s favorite accessory!

PHOTOS by Dayna Perry / Ravelry.com

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Warm Welcome Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Make & Do Crew

You will need a 5 mm hook  to complete this gorgeous blankie, that can be used as a baby blanket, or you can make it bigger and make a bed cover out of it. The best part is, that is so easy and beginner friendly! Don’t wait up and let’s start!

PHOTOS by Make & Do Crew / Ravelry.com

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3 in 1 Woodland Bear Folding Baby Blanket

  • Designed by: Crafting Happiness

We know lion is the king of the jungle, but here’s someone who rules the woodlands. He is adorable and soft, but also very dangerous – he will make your heart melt in an instant! This is the blanket children of all ages dream of. And it works as a toy and a pillow as well!

PHOTOS by Crafting Happiness / Ravelry.com

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Woodland Blanket CAL Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by: Lucy of Attic24

These colors just speak for themselves, don’t they? And the ripple stitch is perfect for those of you still at the beginning of your crocheting journey. No wonder this design is so popular in our community! 

PHOTOS by Scullybunbun / Ravelry.com

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Hexi Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Emily Bolduan

Take a look at this gorgeous, hexagon blanket by Emily Bolduan! It’s such a gorgeous blanket, isn’t it? What’s more, you can make it in any colors combination, and it will still look amazing. So it’s a great blanket for new crocheters that mastered granny squares already and want to take their projects to the next level. The finished size of this blanket is 63cm x 77cm, however you can easily make it bigger.

PHOTOS by Emily Bolduan / Ravelry.com

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Ava Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

  • DESIGNED by Crystal Marin

This beautiful Ava blanket is a super chunky crochet blankie, that will be absolutely perfect for a stroller walk. However, the pattern also includes instructions on how to do bigger and smaller version. Beginner friendly!

PHOTOS by Crystal Marin / Ravelry.com

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