"Crochet Baby Blanket patterns are one of my favorite things to make. There are so many Crochet Stitch variations you can try out for making a crocheted blanket. They really work up fast and if you use a Blanket yarn, Chunky or Bulky yarn , then you can whip up one in no time at all. Today am sharing a Quick and easy Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern with Moss Stitch. The moss stitch is similar to Single Crochet with a slight variation. It is worked with chains between single crochet stitches. I have used Blanket Yarn. I love working with these soft chunky yarns. They make these blankets so soft and snuggly. These Snuggly crochet baby blankets are the perfect things to make for newborn babies or baby shower gifts. Materials Used:- Blanket Yarn - Green and Light Brown 7mm Crochet Hook"
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How To Crochet A Moss Stitch Baby Blanket
Learn how to crochet a moss stitch baby blanket with this free pattern and video tutorial. Design your own pattern once you learn how to master the crochet moss stitch. This stitch consists of a single crochet and chain stitch. This pattern is perfect for a beginner at crochet. When I am at a baby shower and the soon-to-be-mama opens up a handmade baby gift, it always seems like everyone wants to see it held up, so we can all look at the beauty. This handmade blanket is a treasure that will last for years. What a great feeling that gives us handmade creators. This is one of my favorite stitch patterns to use and it makes such a beautiful gift for an expecting mother.
Hydroponic Moss Stitch
This project uses the Madelinetosh yarn in Hydroponic colorway and an Antler colorway border. Should you add the border on just 2 edges, you'll give it a super modern look.
The project was based on Moss Stitch in a Square Blanket; full article about this pattern is on www.repeatcrafterme.com blog:
Moss Stitch in a Square Blanket
More info about Hydroponic Moss Stitch blanket project on Ravelry.
Treasured Crochet Moss Stitch Baby Afghan
"Crochet a treasured and modern baby afghan for a baby boy using this simple crochet moss stitch. This is one of my favorite stitch patterns to use and it makes such a beautiful gift for an expecting mother. A video tutorial is available to help explain this pattern and I hope that this will inspire you to create your own Crochet Moss Stitch Baby Afghan."
Moss Stitch Striped Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
The blanket is made in light, neutral colors. It's very cool because the blanket fits into any type of interior. This is a very fun and easy crochet pattern. The moss stitch fits perfectly here and completes the pattern completely. The best yarn for the pattern is Patons North America Inspired. The blanket in the photo has a size of 127 x 155 cm. Good luck!
Nice classic blanket made of moss stitch. This is a very cool solution that is quite popular. If you are new to this stitch, learn it in the included tutorial!
Moss Stitch Striped Blanket Free Crochet Pattern is here
Fall Colors Moss Stitch Blanket
Lastly, how about a fall-colored blanket? Of course, it's great. You simply combine three things: the moss stitch, an off-white background and earth tone infill. Truly, it's a fitting and beautiful piece for autumn.
The full article about this pattern is on daisyfarmcrafts.com blog:
Moss Stitch Crochet Blanket Pattern
Fall in love with this corner to corner moss stitch crochet tutorial (also known the linen stitch and granite stitch). This crochet pattern is perfect for any skill level. If you're looking to make a quick project with a beautiful, drapey fabric, look no farther! This pattern flies off the hook, works well with solid or variegated yarns, and is sure to put a smile on anyone's face. This blanket takes approximately 1300 yards of worsted weight yarn. A video tutorial is included.
Modern Moss Stitch Blanket
So, you want a baby blanket in elegant, fashionable colors. In fact, you want a B and W blanket for the little one. To this point, we have this always elegant combo, in colors that have come back into style.
The full article about this pattern is here: