Aqua Polka Dots Baby Blanket


This super simple crocheted baby blanket comes in three sizes lovey, baby blanket and afghan, allowing you to produce the size you want. This Aqua Polka Dots Baby Blanket is worked in single, double and treble crochet, making it easy for a beginner to crochet. One suggestion by the designer is to learn how to crochet the bobble stitch before attempting this pattern. The frilly border makes it a feminine design, but this blanket can be made for both boys and girls.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

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I am sure any new baby will enjoy being wrapped in this case, aqua polka dots baby blanket. When not being used for warmth, baby will certainly enjoy playing with the dots here. For you, after repeating five rows to your desired length, just add fringe and you are done.

This really does look complicated to make. After reading the directions by the designer I now know that this will be a cinch to complete. At this time, I think I will be using this stitch to make a large pillow for the kids play room.

This is one of those things that look very complicated and people think you worked long hours on it. When, infact, it's very easy. It just makes up so fast and is so pretty, you won't believe it. I have made a purse using a pattern like this and it looks beautiful. A baby blanket like this is so pretty and will make a great present for a baby shower.

I really do like the look of this Aqua Polka Dots Baby Blanket. After reading the written pattern, I see there is a stitch chart to explain how to do the bobble stitch, but it doesn't tell you how to close that stitch? So in other patterns, I've chained 1 to close it. So my question is, should I do this? And it doesn't tell you how much yarn you'll need?? Has anyone made this blanket? I want to make a few of these but I'm not to sure of the pattern? Looking for some help.. Thanks for sharing this free crochet pattern.

Just finished a couple of potholders that used the bobble stitch. It is a very easy stitch to make and gives the project a little something extra that pops out and looks like a 3-D image. This blanket is suck a cute item to add to any babies nursery, playpen, stroller, or car seat. Looks very simple to make and like that you give 3 different sizes to choose from.

The bobbles on this baby blanket are just so precious! This patterns also seems really easy, which is a bonus.

This is one of the cutest, easiest baby afghan I have ever seen. If it doesn't make you say. Awwww, then there is something wrong. I read thru the directions and it really is easy. I have twin baby grandsons so I am going to be making two smaller versions of this. I just hope I can find the same color yarn to do them in. Thank you so much for this one.


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