3D Baby Blanket


3D Baby Blanket


3D Baby Blanket
3D Baby Blanket

This 3D Baby Blanket is a unique crocheted afghan pattern that babies are sure to love. Use Lion Brand pink yarn for a baby girl, or blue for a boy. This would make an excellent baby shower gift for an expectant mother by choosing colors that match the baby's nursery! Follow the picture tutorial to complete this easy afghan pattern. This baby blanket crochet pattern will make cuddling with your little one even better, especially because it was made with love.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is a beautiful unique 3D Baby Blanket, that I just love. It looks difficult, but with the video and all the pictures, it will be so easy to whip up. This one will make a nice squishy blanket that any baby would love to lay on. I'm looking forward to making this for sure. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet blanket pattern.

Wow what a beautiful blanket this 3D Baby Blanket pattern makes. After reading the written pattern and seeing the pictures, I was glad to see the video showing how to make this 3D blanket. This one will make a nice squishy blanket and I think anyone would love having one. It may look hard to make, but once you get going it will go quickly and so easy. I can't wait to make this one. Thank you so much for sharing this unique crochet blanket pattern.

A video tutorial was made and posted on YouTube here http//www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7FIHaz9cvwfeature=y == outu.be for this baby blanket. The written tutorial shown via the get pattern link contains a picture tutorial to follow along. I would like to thank the designer for taking the time to do the photo tutorial. I love it!

beautiful pattern but not easy or appropriate for baby due to large openings

This is, indeed, a beautiful blanket, but it is not appropriate for a baby, except to hang on a crib or rocker for show. When I saw the large holes it produced--holes that could catch little fingers and toes--I made it larger and gave it to a college student and made a different blanket for a baby.

I made this for our great-granddaughter's baptism....beautiful!!

Have you tried this craft? What did you think?

Where can I get the printed instructions?

At first glance this pattern looks difficult, but it is actually fairly easy. I have used this pattern to make several baby shower gifts and the mothers to be loved them! I plan to make many more!

I made this using Bernat baby sport yarn and it was beautiful. This pattern is very easy (but I did get good tips from a UTube video). I am a farly new crocheter ---- and was so excited to discover that this is an easy pattern with a wow factor! I will be making more of these afghans!!

Is there a better print of this pattern? without the sidelines?

This was a very easy pattern to follow. I made this and gave it as a baby shower gift. The mom-to-be LOVED it! Thank you so very much for sharing this pattern!

Thanks so much for posting this pattern it is amazing!!!

I visited it today (2/7/13) and it isn't fixed yet

As of today, 2/11, it's not fixed yet. I last used it on Wed, 2/6.

I got a malware notice using Chrome. I decided not to proceed, as my credit card was hacked a couple of days ago and the only sites I visit are crochet related... scary stuff!

Grandma's 3D Baby Afghan Hook Size H Lion Brand Pound of Love: pastel Pink Row 1: Using this technique of a no chain foundation, 122 dc. Turn Row 2: ch 3 (does NOT count as dc), 3 dc in next dc. (ch3, sk next 2 dc, 3 dc in next dc) 40 times. DC in last dc. Turn Row 3: ch 3, 3 Bpdc in the first dc of 3 dc set. ch 3 [working behind the ch 3 of previous round, 3 Bpdc in 1st dc of 3 dc set, ch 3) 38 times. 3 bpdc in 1st dc of last 3 dc set. Dc in last turning ch of previous row. Turn Repeat row three until desired length Last row: ch 3, (dc in next 3 dc, dc in ch 3 sp ) repeat to the end of the row. Dc in last turning ch. fasten off and weave in ends.

This blanket was easy to make and looked so cool when it was done!! Thanks for posting the pattern!!

Looks really cool. And I did not get a malware message and my AV software (Avast) flags everything. Maybe it's fixed...

It would be nice if Google would let the owner of the blog know about the malware or remove the malware themselves since Google owns Blogger (aka: *.blogspot.com). I don't want to take a chance visiting this site until it is resolved. Hopefully an update will be made to this pattern's page when something changes...

I made this blanket and it was way too easy, and turned out beautiful. I thank you for shareing it with us.

I've ignored the malware notice (clicked advanced and proceeded at my own risk), and landed on a safe blogsite.... pattern is too sweet, and easy, to miss.

I got the malware notice also... and I really want to see how that is done...... maybe I will chance it and then run my malware program to get rid of the malware....

It comes up with a malware warning on the page.


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