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16 Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns (Worsted Weight Yarn)

When it comes to worsted weight yarn crochet patterns, baby blankets are some of the best to make.

16 Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns Worsted Weight Yarn

Every crocheter loves making gifts for loved ones. Some of the best crochet gifts to make are baby blankets. They can be made using different types of yarn, weights, and colors and there are a lot of options available. For this page, we are focusing on worsted weight for baby blankets.

Take a look at this page, 16 Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns (Worsted Weight Yarn) to find a new baby pattern that's made using this popular yarn weight.

Because of the number of baby blanket patterns around, this collection will help narrow your options down if you're looking to use this weight. It makes a fantastic choice for baby blankets so we know you'll be excited to see what this page has to offer!

There are many ways to sort baby blankets: gender, color, style, skill level, and more. For this collection, we start with baby blankets using solid colors, then striped worsted weight blankets, and finally the unexpected, unique patterns that can be part of either section or neither. Also, most of the blankets on this page are easy or intermediate.

What all of these crochet baby blanket patterns do all have in common is three things: these blankets are all ideal for babies and the main weight they all use is worsted. Plus, they are all super cute and cuddly! We honestly want to make every single one of these adorable baby blanket patterns for every little one we know!

PLUS! Watch the video tutorial below to learn how to make a simple blanket using three pretty colors of worsted weight yarn.

Solid Worsted Weight Baby Blanket Patterns

Sometimes, simple is best. The cute worsted weight baby blankets in this section only use one color. However, that does not mean they are boring! We chose some of the prettiest blankets that have stunning texture in the stitch choices. One of the reasons we love solid yarn blankets is that you can then go wild with a fun border or applique addition. When the blanket is uncomplicated, it will always go with the baby's room decor and can stick around when they get older, too.

Striped Worsted Weight Baby Blanket Patterns

Stripes are always in when it comes to crochet baby blankets! These striped crochet baby blanket patterns using worsted weight yarn are some of our favorites. We have lots of variety with the stripes here, whether it be with the type of stitches, color, or design. We chose some vibrant blankets as well as a few super soothing patterns we love. Whether you like subtle or bright, we think you'll appreciate these stripey ideas. You can always choose your own combination of colors based on the baby's room or their gender.

Uniquely Designed Worsted Weight Baby Blanket Patterns

There are a couple striped blankets here but they are a little different than the previous section's selection. If you're looking for something different, then check these out. Sure to turn heads and garner lots of positive attention, these crochet baby blankets with worsted weight have unique appearances that new parents will adore. Chevron, shells, lace, roses, trains: this section has a little of everything.

Read on to find more crochet patterns using worsted weight yarn >>>
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Worsted weight is definitely the most used in crochet and so there are tons of options in colors and brands that carry it.

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