Taking a new baby out for a stroll is a great way to give mom a break out of the house all the while giving the little one an exciting adventure. This Crochet Baby Blanket for Stroller is an essential piece for any new mom. Fitting neatly into most prams and keeping the baby bundled up, this baby blanket crochet pattern is totally customizable. Try using pink or blue depending on the gender of the baby if you're giving it as a gift.
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!
If you're looking for a spooky Halloween blanket crochet pattern, look no further! My latest free crochet pattern is this Haunted House themed corner to corner Halloween blanket. I am really happy with how this crochet blanket turned out. It was definitely worth the work of weaving in those ends. My kids are already fighting over it. We are all Halloween lovers in this house. I think it would be a fun crochet gift for a Halloween loving child, friend or family member. It would also make an awesome baby shower gift for a Halloween baby.
If pink is your favorite color, then check out this Sweet Pink Crochet Blanket Pattern that will be a fabulous piece of home decor. You'll be amazed at how soft the super bulky yarn will make the finished project feel, and the vibrant pink design is sure to brighten up any room! After completing this free pattern, you can use your finished afghan to decorate a bedroom, keep on the couch, or even give to someone who loves the color pink. With so many options, this crochet throw is sure to be a pleasant craft to create.
This blue agate crochet blanket was a joy to make. The process of crocheting each square, joining them, and adding a beautiful crochet border is so relaxing.This is the second granny square blanket of a 6 part series on a few easy, yet pretty crochet edges that can be added to the throws. I will have both written directions and video tutorials for each one. Enjoy creating your own beautiful blankets using this series. Square One Consists of four rounds of Deft Blue and two rounds of Charcoal. Square Two consists of four rounds of Light Blue and two rounds of Dusty Grey.Why Blue Agate Crochet Blanket? My dear mother-in-law grew up in Upper Michigan near the shores of Lake Superior. You can walk the beaches and find beautiful gem stones in the cold, clear water. The town she lived in used to be a booming mining town. We would go there and go Agate searching each summer. The crochet borders on this throw remind me of those beautiful gems.
Sigh. There’s something about a crochet scrap blanket that I just love. Taking bits and pieces of yarn leftover from other projects and crocheting them into something beautiful just makes my heart sing. A New Year awaits. Full of possibility. It’s time to cleanse my life of the baggage and extra things to make my journey into the new year light and free. And even though these bits of string don’t seem like much, sometimes they speak of unfinished business. Maybe they hold me back. Or maybe it’s something completely different: like they beckon me to a far off adventure! This year we’re making another crochet scrap blanket together! I’m so excited!