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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 the 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. 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

Looking for more great crochet patterns for babies: Baby Bumps Blanket Crochet PatternPrimrose Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern and the Star Stitch Striped Baby Blanket.

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Star Stitch Striped Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

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Star Stitch Striped Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern - this baby blanket is so sweet, you'll want to make one for your next baby or grandbaby. Simply switch up the colors to fit with any nursery decor. #crochetpattern #crochetblanket #crochetbabyblanket #crochetforbaby #crochetaddict #freecrochetpatternStar Stitch Striped Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

This month’s stitch of the month is the star stitch and what better way to showcase this gorgeous crochet stitch than using it in a blanket.

This crochet baby blanket is so sweet, you’ll want to make one for your next baby or grandbaby. Simply switch up the colors to fit with any nursery decor.

While this stitch has a couple of minor challenging aspects, once you get through the first few rows, you’ll find yourself flying through the rest of it. And to keep it simple, we’ve used a basic single crochet stitch for the border.

Once you’ve completed one crochet star stitch blanket you’ll find yourself looking for more babies who could use a cozy blanket to cuddle up with.

Star Stitch Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern

NOTE: Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology

SKILL LEVEL: EASY/INTERMEDIATE

SIZE: 30” x 30”

MATERIALS:

  •        Hook: U.S. M/9.00mm
  •        Size 5 Bulky Weight Yarn  – 3 skeins Babe Softcotton Chunky Solids – 09 Pure White (450 yards), 1 skein Babe Softcotton Chunky Solids – 02 Baby Blue (150 yards), 1 skein Babe Softcotton Chunky Solids – 25 Grey (150 yards)
  •        Darning Needle & Scissors

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • ch = chain
  • sc = single crochet
  • hdc = half double crochet

PATTERN NOTES:

Star Stitch– see tutorial here

PATTERN:

Chain 82 (starting with color A)

Row 1: Insert your hook into the 2nd chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 2 loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the 3rd chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 3 loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the 4th chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 4 loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the 5th chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 5 loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the 6th chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 6 loops on the hook. Yarn over and pull through all 6 loops on the hook. Ch 1 (this holds all 6 loops together).

*Insert hook into the chain you just made (the hole in the middle of the starburst), yarn over and pull up the loop so there are 2 loops on the hook. Insert hook in between the last and second last post from the previous star stitch, yarn over and pull up the loops so there are 3 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the last loop from the previous star stitch, yarn over and pull up the loops so there are 4 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the chain and pull up a loop for the next 2 chains for a total of 6 loops on the hook. Ch 1.*

Repeat from * to * across the rest of the chain, ending with an hdc in the last stitch where you ended the last star stitch.

Row 2: Ch 1, sc into the top of the hdc from the previous row. Ch 1 into the hole or center of the star from the previous row. Ch 2 into the next hole or center of the star. Continue in this manner across the row. End with a sc through the top of the turning chain. Ch 2.

Row 3 (It’s helpful to watch the video for this tricky part at 9:40 in the crochet tutorial): Insert hook into the front loop of the 2nd ch from the hook, yarn over and pull through so there are 2 loops on the hook, insert hook in the back loop of the same ch, yarn over and pull through so there are 3 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the chain and pull up a loop for the next 3 stitches for a total of 6 loops on the hook.

*Insert hook into the chain you just made (the hole in the middle of the starburst), yarn over and pull up the loop so there are 2 loops on the hook. Insert hook in between the last and second last post from the previous star stitch, yarn over and pull up the loops so there are 3 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the last loop from the previous star stitch, yarn over and pull up the loops so there are 4 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the chain and pull up a loop for the next 2 chains for a total of 6 loops on the hook. Ch 1.*

Repeat from * to * across the rest of the chain, ending with an hdc in the last stitch where you ended the last star stitch.

Rows 4-6: Repeat rows 2-3

Row 7-10: Change to color B and repeat rows 2-3 (x2)

Row 11-14: Change to color C and repeat rows 2-3 (x2)

Rows 15-20: Change to color A and repeat rows 2-3 (x3)

Row 21-24: Change to color B and repeat rows 2-3 (x2)

Row 25-28: Change to color C and repeat rows 2-3 (x2)

Rows 29-34: Change to color A and repeat rows 2-3 (x3)

Row 35-38: Change to color B and repeat rows 2-3 (x2)

Row 39-42: Change to color C and repeat rows 2-3 (x2)

Row 43-48: Change to color C and repeat rows 2-3 (x3) – Do not cut yarn at end of row

Border:

Border Row 1: Starting with the same yarn and color we ended the last row in, sc in each stitch around the perimeter of the blanket, remember to add 3sc into each of the four corners.

Border Row 2: Sc in each stitch around the perimeter of the blanket, remember to add 3sc into each of the four corners.

Border Row 3: Change to color B and sc in each stitch around the perimeter of the blanket, remember to add 3sc into each of the four corners.

Border Row 4-5: Change to color A and sc in each stitch around the perimeter of the blanket, remember to add 3sc into each of the four corners.

Cut yarn and weave in ends.

Looking for more great crochet patterns: Color Block Crochet Tote BagSimple Shells Light Weight WrapButton Up Squares Cowl Neck WarmerEasy Breezy Buttoned CowlBig Chunky ScarfWinter Wonderland ScarfHooded Crochet Scarf, Geometric Crochet Basket

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