If you enjoy crocheting baby gifts then take a look at this collection of baby blanket crochet patterns.
I love crocheting a baby blanket because they work up fast, their small size, and how easy it is to customize them in any color.
Below you can explore 11 of the best crochet baby blankets from some very talented crochet designers around the web.
You will find ripple blankets, granny blankets and more simple designs using basic crochet stitches in rows.
If you enjoy these type of roundup crochet posts then you will probably like these articles from Easy Crochet with more pattern ideas.
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What is The Best Yarn for Baby Blankets?
I get this question a lot and the answer is that it depends on the family you are making it for! Ask them what they prefer in a yarn, if there are any allergies and their pick of color.
There are so many choices, brands and fibers so you will always be able to find a good match of yarn for your gift.
Below the blanket & lovie designs have a variety of different yarn brands that were used. I linked them all up so you’ll be able to see the fiber content and the color choices that are best for you and your client.
I hope you enjoy this roundup! Happy Crocheting.
11 Easy & Beautiful Crochet Baby Blanket Free Patterns
#7 Ruffle Edge Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
The best part of this worsted weight design is the polka dots in a contrasting color that add interest to this baby blanket.
Designed by Lauren Brown
Get the Crochet Baby Blanket with Polka Dots pattern.
Get Vanna’s Choice Yarn from Lion Brand to start this gift.
More Free Crochet Blanket Patterns
Check out a few of my favorite crochet blanket patterns below too!
- Jane Throw Blanket Free Pattern – The Jane uses the moss stitch and is a great beginner-friendly blanket that can be crocheted in eight sizes.
- Alissa Crochet Blanket Free Pattern – The Alissa is simple to crochet and looks quite unique when finished even though basic crochet stitches are used.
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