Amazing Grace Crochet Baby Blanket
The Amazing Grace Crochet Baby Blanket is the 8th pattern in the Amazing Grace Free Crochet Pattern Series! This adorable baby crochet blanket was designed for children and babies who are suffering or recovering from any illness or tragedy. Along with all the other Amazing Grace Free Patterns, I encourage you to make these for yourself and to pay it forward by donating a finished item to someone who is suffering or recovering from illness. It also makes a great gift and it's easy to make, too.
Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Finished Size41″ x 38″
- Worsted Weight Yarn – 5 Colors – 256 Yards Each: Red Heart Soft Baby Steps ~ 1 skein each White, Lime, Strawberry, Lavender and Aqua
- Hook Size I
Add a Pointed Scallop Edging to the border of your blanket! Watch this video tutorial to see how.
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Dec 30, 2017
This baby blanket is crocheted with such vivid colors, I am sure anyone that comes in contact with it will at the least smile because of the cherry colors. I think the designer is doing a wonderful thing in sharing her free patterns and encourage others to donate to those in need. Great job!
Nov 28, 2017
I tend to like crochet patterns that are made with motifs, panels or squares. Nonetheless, I still have a problem when it comes to the joining process. This pattern is very clear in how to join these panels and I am sure the final project will turn out well.
Aug 14, 2017
The way this baby afghan is put together is what makes it unique. We first crochet separate colored panels, or strips. After we complete all four colors, we then join each panel to the next using a simple stitch like a double crochet- instead of doing a stripe effect and doing the blanket as one big piece. The colors used are vibrant and the yarn is soft to boot! Lovely blankie!
Mar 03, 2017
I love the colors of the amazing grace crochet baby blanket and the cause is such a worthy one. It is such a shame that some many babies and young children are suffering from illness and tragedy. Any little thing that can be done to make them feel better or brighten their day should be pursued. Kudos to you for your work with this cause.
suzannekhuggins 75 97327
Mar 15, 2015
Have you tried this craft? What did you think?
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