Here's another beautiful heirloom project to make! Perfect as a Christening/Baptism shawl and suitable for a baby's crib, stroller, diaper bag or photo prop. This crochet white blanket definitely has the ‘wow’ factor. It is visually stunning in white!
Crochet White Baby Christening Blanket Pattern
This white baby blanket is a perfect baby accessory for a christening/baptism! Its neutral white color makes it a great baby blanket for a baby boy or baby girl! This baby blanket measures approximately 36 inches x 36 inches.
Bobble Stroller Blanket
There are tons and tons of patterns for crib-sized blankets and receiving blankets, but I haven't seen many that are small stroller blankets. I wanted to make this Bobble Stroller Blanket for my cousin, and she's always on the go. She needed something small enough to grab and go, but that would still be big enough for her baby to use. This blanket is just the right size for taking with you, and unlike a lovey, it can actually be used as a blanket. Let's get into how to make this free crochet baby blanket pattern!
Modern Heirloom Blanket
Strips of lacy puff stitch shells create a stunning, heirloom-quality baby blanket. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch Crocheting flat in rows, joining strips with linked tutorial Special stitch: pf (with written explanation in pattern and link to tutorial) Skill Level Intermediate Finished Sizes Stroller Blanket (Baby Blanket).
Hygge Heirloom Baby Blanket
Hygge is a dutch word for comfort, cosiness and safety. And I must admit, these are the perfect words to describe this beautiful blanket, because not only are the colors amazing, but also the whole project is so gorgeous!
Photo is by Cathy Henry / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on crochetsampler.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Modern Heirloom Baby Afghan
This is one of my favorite stitch patterns to use and it makes such a beautiful gift for an expecting mother. Recently, I learned how to make the linen stitch, which is also called the moss stitch, granite stitch, and the woven stitch. Once you learn the techniques, the crochet projects are endless. Today, though, we will be making the modern heirloom baby afghan and it is super easy.This baby afghan has a modern look to it, but at the same time, is a beautiful blanket to pass on as an heirloom-if it lasts that long. There is a row-by-row color list, as well as, a video tutorial of how to complete the stitch. Learn how to crochet over the end stitches for a finished look. Very easy to achieve.