Heart Graphgan Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

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This easy baby blanket is fun to work on and full of love. This free crochet pattern would make a sweet gift for a family friend or even donate one to the local hospital. #CrochetBabyBlanket #EasyCrochetBabyBlanket #BabyBlanketPatternHeart Graphgan Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

If you’ve recently found yourself scouring through blankets and crochet patterns on the internet, stop. The search is over. This Heart Graphgan crochet baby blanket is a dream.

This pattern is fun and exciting. You’ll get to learn the graphing technique which is different from a lot of baby blankets. It involves keeping count and using multiple balls of yarn. While this baby blanket is unique, baby blanket patterns can also have similarities. Their shape and baby blanket size; even the color palette in some cases.

There are lots of easy crochet baby blankets to be made. But this one is special. And don’t you want to make a personalized baby blanket if you’re going to put the effort in?

This baby blanket crochet project has a big heart in the middle crocheted out of soft yarn. The baby blanket crochet pattern calls for Berroco Comfort Chunky yarn is two colors. One for the large heart at the center and the other for the base blanket.  

The yarn is an acrylic nylon blend that’s soft and plushy. It’s even machine washable (always a good thing when kids are involved).

The baby blanket dimensions are easily adjustable too. You could easily add stitches to each side of the blanket to make it bigger. I wouldn’t alter the size of the heart though, unless you have experience with it.

This easy baby blanket is fun to work on and full of love. This free crochet pattern would make a sweet gift for a family friend or even donate one to the local hospital. #CrochetBabyBlanket #EasyCrochetBabyBlanket #BabyBlanketPattern

 

Heart Graphgan Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

SKILL LEVEL: Beginner

MATERIALS: Hook: L/11/8mm

Yarn: Berroco Comfort Chunky – 4 skeins Ash Grey (C1), 2 skeins Rosebud (C2) Yardage: 550yds (C1), 165yds (C2)

Tools: Scissors, tapestry needle

ABBREVIATIONS: st = stitch ch = chain sc=single crochet sp=space

SPECIAL INFORMATION: Click here to see the attached chart. Odd numbered rows are read from right to left. Even numbered rows are read from left to right. Print, cut out and assemble the pages.

FINISHED SIZE: 32” x 32”

Gauge: 10 sc x 10 rows = 4”

This easy baby blanket is fun to work on and full of love. This free crochet pattern would make a sweet gift for a family friend or even donate one to the local hospital. #CrochetBabyBlanket #EasyCrochetBabyBlanket #BabyBlanketPattern

PATTERN:

Row 1: With C1, ch 81, sc in the 2nd ch from the hook and in each ch across, turn. (80 sc)

Rows 2-19: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn. Begin following chart for color changes or follow the written instructions below.

Row 20: Ch 1, sc in each of the first 40 sts, 1 sc in c2, 39 sc in c1, turn.

Row 21: Ch 1, 38 sc in c1, 3 sc in c2, 39 sc in c1, turn.

Row 22: Ch 1, 38 sc in c1, 5 sc in c2, 37 sc in c1, turn.

Row 23: Ch 1, 36 sc in c1, 7 sc in c2, 37 sc in c1, turn.

Row 24: Ch 1, 36 sc in c1, 9 sc in c2, 35 sc in c1, turn.

Rows 26-40: Continue increasing the c2 section, working one more c2 sc on each side and one less c1 sc on each side. At row 40, c2 section should be 41 sts wide.

Row 41: Ch 1, 19 sc in c1, 41 sc in c2, 20 sc in c1, turn.

Row 42: Ch 1, 20 sc in c1, 41 sc in c2, 19 sc in c1, turn.

Rows 43-47: Repeat rows 41 and 42 twice. Repeat row 41 once more. Ch 1, 21 sc c1, 41 sc c2, 19 sc c1, turn.)

Row 48: Ch 1, 21 sc in c1, 39 sc in c2, 20 sc in c1, turn.

Row 49: Ch 1, 20 sc in c1, 39 sc in c2, 21 sc in c1, turn.

Row 50: Ch 1, 22 sc in c1, 18 sc in c2, 1 sc in c1, 18 sc in c2, 21 sc in c1, turn.

Row 51: Ch 1, 21 sc in c1, 18 sc in c2, 1 sc in c1, 18 sc in c2, 22 sc in c1, turn.

Row 52: Ch 1, 23 sc in c1, 16 sc in c2, 3 sc in c1, 16 sc in c2, 22 sc in c1, turn.

Row 53: Ch 1, 22 sc in c1, 16 sc in c2, 3 sc in c1, 16 sc in c2, 23 sc in c1, turn.

Row 54: Ch 1, 24 sc in c1, 14 sc in c2, 5 sc in c1, 14 sc in c2, 23 sc in c1, turn.

Row 55: Ch 1, 23 sc in c1, 14 sc in c2, 5 sc in c1, 14 sc in c2, 24 sc in c1, turn.

Row 56: Ch 1, 25 sc in c1, 12 sc in c2, 7 sc in c1, 12 sc in c2, 24 sc in c1, turn.

Row 57: Ch 1, 24 sc in c1, 12 sc in c2, 7 sc in c1, 12sc in c2, 25 sc in c1, turn.

Row 58: Ch 1, 26 sc in c1, 10 sc in c2, 9 sc in c1, 10 sc in c2, 25 sc in c1, turn.

Row 59: Ch 1, 25 sc in c1, 10 sc in c2, 9 sc in c1, 10 sc in c2, 26 sc in c1, turn.

Row 60: Ch 1, 27 sc in c1, 8 sc in c2, 11 sc in c1, 8 sc in c2, 26 sc in c1, turn.

Row 61: Ch 1, 26 sc in c1, 8 sc in c2, 11 sc in c1, 8 sc in c2, 27 sc in c1, turn.

Row 62: Ch 1, 28 sc in c1, 6 sc in c2, 13 sc in c1, 6 sc in c2, 27 sc in c1, turn.

Row 63: Ch 1, 27 sc in c1, 6 sc in c2, 13 sc in c1, 6 sc in c2, 28 sc in c1, turn.

Row 64: Ch 1, 29 sc in c1, 4 sc in c2, 15 sc in c1, 4 sc in c2, 28 sc in c1, turn. Fasten off c2.

Rows 65-80: Ch 1, Sc in each st across, turn. Fasten off.

This easy baby blanket is fun to work on and full of love. This free crochet pattern would make a sweet gift for a family friend or even donate one to the local hospital. #CrochetBabyBlanket #EasyCrochetBabyBlanket #BabyBlanketPattern  

This easy baby blanket is fun to work on and full of love. It would make a sweet gift for a family friend or even donate one to the local hospital. There is never a short supply of sweet babies that need a warm blanket.   This easy baby blanket is fun to work on and full of love. This free crochet pattern would make a sweet gift for a family friend or even donate one to the local hospital. #CrochetBabyBlanket #EasyCrochetBabyBlanket #BabyBlanketPattern

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Easy Striped Crochet Baby Hat Pattern

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These free crochet patterns for baby hats are amazing and quick to work up. These baby boy hats or girl hats can be made for 0-3 months or 3-6 months. #CrochetHat #CrochetBabyHat #BabyHatCrochetPattern

Easy Striped Crochet Baby Hat Pattern

If you missed my latest blog post, I recently worked on my first knit baby blanket. You can see it here. I was so blown away by the response to it, that I decided to work up a crochet hat to go along with it.

Knowing how to crochet a hat is so simple, and crochet baby hats are always fun to work on. I know you’ll love this crochet baby hat as much as I do.

This cute pattern is made using a simple design with two stripes at the bottom and a textured border. I like to use light shades such as mint and grey for mine, but you can choose any colors.

These crocheted hats use a series of basic crochet stitches. They all add texture and style to this otherwise simple baby hat crochet pattern.  

This is a great crochet newborn hat. I made the knit blanket for my daughter’s gymnastics coach who is expecting. This hat baby beanie would be the perfect addition to my gift.

If you’re just learning how to crochet a baby hat, making some for a local charity is great practice. I like to donate baby caps to local hospitals and women’s shelters to help out.
This newborn hat is made out of Berroco Vintage DK weight yarn. It’s smooth and silky, perfect for a baby’s soft skin. It’s an acrylic wool blend and has a polished finish.

These baby boy hats or girl hats can be made for 0-3 months or 3-6 months. It’s really easy to adjust the size. They’re the perfect baby winter hat to keep little ones cozy this season.

These free crochet patterns for baby hats are amazing and quick to work up. These baby boy hats or girl hats can be made for 0-3 months or 3-6 months. #CrochetHat #CrochetBabyHat #BabyHatCrochetPattern
 

Easy Striped Crochet Baby Hat Pattern

Pattern Info

NOTES:

Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

MATERIALS:

  • Hook: 5.mm
  • Yarn: Size 3 DK Weight Yarn – 100 yds main color and 20 yds contrasting color. Berroco Vintage DK in 2136 (blue), 2100 (white) and 2116 (taupe)
  • Darning needle and scissors

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • st = stitch
  • ch = chain
  • sl = slip stitch
  • sc = single crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • fpdc = front post double crochet
  • bpdc = back post double crochet

FINISHED SIZE:

0-3 months – 6.5” wide x 5.45” high

3-6 months – 7.25” wide x 6.25” high

PATTERN NOTES:

This pattern uses fpdc and bpdc – here are the steps:

FPDC: Yo on hook. Insert hook into hole next to the post of the next stitch, on the “hook side”. Bring the hook back to the front of the fabric from behind the post, to the hole farther from the hook. Yo and draw through a loop, bringing it through both sides of the fabric (3 loops remaining on hook), Yo and draw through 2 loops on hook (2 loops remaining on hook). Yo and draw through remaining 2 loops on hook.

BPDC: Yo on hook. Insert hook into hole next to the post of the next stitch, on the “hook side” from back to front. Step 3: Bring the hook back to the back of the fabric around the post, to the hole farther from the hook. Yo and draw through a loop, bringing it through both sides of the fabric (3 loops remaining on hook), Yo and draw through 2 loops on hook (2 loops remaining on hook). Yo and draw through remaining 2 loops on hook.

These free crochet patterns for baby hats are amazing and quick to work up. These baby boy hats or girl hats can be made for 0-3 months or 3-6 months. #CrochetHat #CrochetBabyHat #BabyHatCrochetPattern

Baby Hat Pattern

Size 0-3 months

ch 3

Round 1: 9 dc in 3rd ch from hook, join (10 dc sts)

Round 2: ch 2, 2 dc in each st around, join (20 dc sts)

Round 3: ch 2, *2 dc in next st, dc in next 2 sts* repeat * to * around, join (30 dc sts)

Round 4: ch 2, *2 dc in next st, dc in next 3 sts* repeat * to * around, join (40 dc sts)

Round 5: ch 2, *2 dc in next st, dc in next 4 sts* repeat * to * around, join (50 sts)

Rounds 6-8: ch 2, dc in each st around, join (50 dc sts)

Round 9: change yarn to cc, ch 1, sc in each st around, join (50 sc sts)

Round 10: ch 2, dc in each st around, join (50 dc sts)

Round 11: change yarn to cc, ch 1, sc in each st around, join (50 sc sts)

Round 12: ch 2, dc in each st around, join (50 dc sts)

Round 13: ch 2, *fpdc in next st, bpdc in next st* repeat * to * around, join, (50 fpdc & bpdc sts)

Round 14: ch 1, sc in each st around, join (50 sc sts)

Cut yarn, fasten off, weave ends

Size 3-6 months

ch 3

Round 1: 9 dc in 3rd ch from hook, join (10 dc sts)

Round 2: ch 2, 2 dc in each st around, join (20 dc sts)

Round 3: ch 2, *2 dc in next st, dc in next 2 sts* repeat * to * around, join (30 dc sts)

Round 4: ch 2, *2 dc in next st, dc in next 3 sts* repeat * to * around, join (40 dc sts)

Round 5: ch 2, *2 dc in next st, dc in next 4 sts* repeat * to * around, join (50 sts)

Round 6: ch 2, *2 dc in next st, dc in next 5 sts* repeat * to * around, join (60 dc sts)

Rounds 7-9: ch 2, dc in each st around, join (60 dc sts)

Round 10: change yarn to cc, ch 1, sc in each st around, join (60 sc sts)

Round 11: ch 2, dc in each st around, join (60 dc sts)

Round 12: change yarn to cc, ch 1, sc in each st around, join (60 sc sts)

Round 13: ch 2, dc in each st around, join (60 dc sts)

Round 14: ch 2, *fpdc in next st, bpdc in next st* repeat * to * around, join, (60 fpdc & bpdc sts)

Round 15: ch 1, sc in each st around, join (60 sc sts)

Cut yarn, fasten off, weave ends`.

These free crochet patterns for baby hats are amazing and quick to work up. These baby boy hats or girl hats can be made for 0-3 months or 3-6 months. #CrochetHat #CrochetBabyHat #BabyHatCrochetPattern

These free crochet patterns for baby hats are amazing and quick to work up. It pairs so well with the knit baby blanket I put together. I just know you’ll love them both.

Make these baby boy crochet hats to give back to your community or make one for a special little one in your life. This is a pattern straight from the heart and I can’t wait to see what you do with it.

These free crochet patterns for baby hats are amazing and quick to work up. These baby boy hats or girl hats can be made for 0-3 months or 3-6 months. #CrochetHat #CrochetBabyHat #BabyHatCrochetPattern

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Tunisian Crochet Stitches

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Tunisian crochet bridges the gap between crochet and knitting. You should test it out with this list of tunisian crochet stitches we've put together. #TunisianCrochet #TunisianCrochetStitches #CrochetForBeginners

I often see the argument of crochet vs. knit. People have very strong opinions on which craft they’re loyal to. But what if you didn’t have to choose? Tunisian crochet is a great skill for knitters and crocheters alike.

It’s often seen as a crossover between crochet and knitting, making it easy to learn for both parties. If you’re a knitter who wants to learn crochet for beginners,the tunisian technique is perfect for you. And vice versa if you want to learn to knit.

The crochet needles used in tunisian crochet are very similar to knitting needles. Tunisian crochet actually requires a specific tunisian crochet hook that is longer than a regular hook. It looks like a knitting needle with a hook at the end instead of a point.

If you’re looking to practice Tunisian crochet, a good set of hooks is necessary. This set of Bamboo Tunisian hooks are incredible and interchangeable – check it out here. Bamboo has a tighter grip on yarn so you won’t drop your stitches and these hooks are lightweight, making them great for crochet.

I think tunisian crochet is a skill everyone should learn. That’s why I’ve put together a list of all the tunisian crochet stitches you should test out.  With a good set of hooks and all these tutorials, you’ll master the technique in no time.

These are the basic crochet stitches you’ll need to work on tunisian crochet patterns. It’s all easy enough with a bit of determination and patience. See for yourself…

Tunisian Simple Stitch

Working on crochet stitch patterns in tunisian crochet can be daunting. By starting with the tunisian simple stitch (also known as the afghan stitch), you can focus on mastering the crochet basics. It’s called simple for a reason. This article will walk you through your crochet cast on, and forming your stitches into a squishy thick fabric.

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Tunisian Knit Stitch

This is called the tunisian knit stitch because the fabric created looks like the knit stockinette stitch. This tutorial even has crochet instructions on how to hold a tunisian hook. Just in case you’ve never done it before. Knowing how to hold your tunisian crochet hook properly will help you succeed in the long run.

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Tunisian Purl Stitch

This stitch rounds out the basic crochet stitches you need to learn in tunisian crochet. Similar to knitting this stitch forms little purled bumps on the surface of the fabric. It’s definitely a stitch that blurs the line between crochet vs. knit.

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Tunisian Full Stitch

This is also known as the afghan stitch. It’s a slight variation on the tunisian simple stitch. You work between the vertical bars instead of behind them.  A lot of tunisian crochet stitches overlap in techniques. This is one of the many to do so.

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Tunisian Woven Stitch

This stitch is actually a combination of two types of crochet stitches on this list. An alternating row of the tunisian knit stitch and the full stitch. I would learn how to tunisian crochet those stitches first before trying this one. Luckily this tutorial has a crochet stitch chart if you’re anxious to get started.

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Tunisian Honeycomb Stitch

The honeycomb stitch is gorgeous and full of texture. It looks like a hive of honeycombs made from soft yarn. It’s also great if you’re looking for easy things to crochet. This stitch is deceptively simple compared to how it looks.

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Tunisian Smock Stitch

This tutorial is great if you’re learning how to tunisian crochet. Many people want to learn tunisian crochet stitch patterns. Especially the smock stitch. Luckily you have this easy and detailed tutorial taught by talented TL Yarn Crafts.

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Tunisian Crochet Gobelin Stitch

This crochet stitch tutorial comes from this crochet scarf pattern. It’s smooth and elegant. It’s one of the most polished stitches out of the types of crochet stitches on this list.

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Tunisian Reverse Stitch

This stitch looks similar to the purl stitch you learned earlier. It’s common in a lot of tunisian crochet patterns. As long as you stick to your crochet basics, you’ll use this stitch.

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Tunisian Ocean Stitch

If you’re looking for unique crochet stitches, this one is really special. The stitch is textural and has been described as a series of shells or undulating waves. I would definitely add this to my list of things to crochet. It is one of a kind.

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Twisted Tunisian Simple Stitch

Unique crochet stitches like this can be intimidating. Luckily there’s clear crochet instructions and a video tutorial on how to make this stitch. Just take a deep breath and remember it’s only a variation of the easy peasy simple stitch. You’ll get it in no time.

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Tunisian crochet is an art and bridges the gap between crochet and knitting. I feel lucky to know this amazing skill and I hope you’ll take time to learn it too. There are so many amazing tunisian crochet patterns out there. And with this list of tutorials you can conquer them one by one.

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Easy Striped Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern

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If you don't know how to knit a baby blanket, give this knitting pattern a try. You’ll have fun and learn a lot of valuable skills on the way. #BabyBlanket #KnitBlanketPattern #KnittingPattern #BabyBlanketKnittingPattern

Easy Striped Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern

I am incredibly excited to share this post with you today! I’m no stranger to crocheting a baby blanket. But this time I tried something different.  Introducing my very first knitting pattern, the Easy Striped Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern.

As most of you already know, I’m a crocheter through and through but lately I’ve been feeling a call to try knitting. I tried to knit years ago but I found it slow and hard to hold. It was also ridiculously challenging whenever I made a mistake.

But what I love about knit baby blanket patterns is the beautiful fabric it produces. I’ve found myself drooling over the texture and draping of knit patterns many, many times. I decided to try to put my former bad experience behind me and try afresh with this hand knit blanket.

After a couple of months playing around with various knitting styles, I ended up landing on combined knitting which is just that, a combination of Western and Eastern knitting styles. It feels much more natural to me as a crocheter as I hold the yarn in my left hand and the hand movements seem smaller and with less motion.

Once I finally settled on combined knitting, I had the confidence to try to make my first knitting pattern. I just had to decide what that would be.

As luck would have it, I haven’t had a reason to make a baby blanket in quite a long time but I recently found out that my daughter’s amazing gymnastics coach is expecting a baby in the spring.

My first thought of course went to thinking of a great new crochet baby blanket pattern. But then I paused and considered what it would be like to challenge myself with a knit baby blanket instead.

I’m not going to lie. I was intimidated to start this process. I even considered choosing one of the many free knitting patterns for baby blankets online. After a little hesitation, I decided it was worth the challenge and started envisioning my knit blanket pattern design. And I am so glad I did.

I really outdid myself with this free knitting pattern, especially since it’s my first one ever. The pattern has a tricolor striped design. The striped fabric is surrounded by a textured border created using the seed stitch. But what I love most about this baby afghan is the beautiful drape it has.

I put a lot of time thinking up what yarn to make this easy baby blanket with. I finally settled on Berroco Vintage Dk weight yarn. It’s an acrylic wool blend yarn that’s perfect for a finer gauge. I noticed a lot of baby knitting projects were textured and chunky. And I wanted this baby blanket to have a more polished look, making this DK weight perfect. It’s even machine washable which is always a good choice for a baby blanket.

If you don't know how to knit a baby blanket, give this knitting pattern a try. You’ll have fun and learn a lot of valuable skills on the way. #BabyBlanket #KnitBlanketPattern #KnittingPattern #BabyBlanketKnittingPattern
 

Easy Striped Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern

Skill Level: Easy

Yarn: DK weight yarn – Berroco Vintage DK in color A 2136 (blue), color B 2100 (white) and color C 2116 (taupe)

Finished Size: 34” x 33” (finished blocked size)

Knitting Needles: US Size 10 / 6.00mm circular needles

Notions: 2 stitch markers

Pattern Notes:  Border = Seed Stitch over 13 stitches on each side of the blanket; Circular needles are used to accommodate the large number of stitches. Blanket is worked flat.

Abbreviations

K knit

P purl

st(s) stitch(es)

If you don't know how to knit a baby blanket, give this knitting pattern a try. You’ll have fun and learn a lot of valuable skills on the way. #BabyBlanket #KnitBlanketPattern #KnittingPattern #BabyBlanketKnittingPattern

Pattern:

With color A, cast on 130 sts using the long tail cast on.

Row 1: [k1, p1] to end of row.

Row 2: [p1, k1] to end of row.

Rows 3 – 19: Repeat rows 1-2.

Row 20: [p1, k1] 6 times, p1, place stitch marker, k1, [p1, k1] until 14 sts remain, p1, place stitch marker, [k1, p1] 6 times, k1.

Row 21: K1, [p1, k1] across to marker, slip marker, k across to next marker, , slip marker, p1, [k1, p1] to end.

Row 22: P1, [k1, p1] across to marker, slip marker, p across to next marker  marker, slip marker, k1, [p1, k1] to end.

Rows 23 – 36: Repeat rows 21-22 seven times.

Rows 37 – 46: Change to yarn color B – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 47 – 56: Change to yarn color A – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 57 – 66: Change to yarn color C – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 67 – 76: Change to yarn color A – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 77 – 86: Change to yarn color B – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 87 – 96: Change to yarn color A – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 97 – 106: Change to yarn color C – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 107 – 116: Change to yarn color A – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 117 – 126: Change to yarn color B – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 127 – 136: Change to yarn color A – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 137 – 146: Change to yarn color C – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 147 – 156: Change to yarn color A – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 157 – 166: Change to yarn color B – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 167 – 176: Change to yarn color A – repeat rows 21-22 five times.

Rows 177 – 196: Repeat rows 1-2 ten times.

Bind off. Weave in ends and block if needed.

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I didn’t know how to knit a baby blanket when I started this but I feel fully confident in my ability now. I never knew how easy knitting projects could be and I want you to know too. If you are just learning how to knit, give this pattern a try. You’ll have fun and learn a lot of valuable skills on the way.

If you don't know how to knit a baby blanket, give this knitting pattern a try. You’ll have fun and learn a lot of valuable skills on the way. #BabyBlanket #KnitBlanketPattern #KnittingPattern #BabyBlanketKnittingPattern

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