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Cuddly Teddy Bear Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern

Cuddly Teddy Bear Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern
Cuddly Teddy Bear Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern
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If you are looking for an easy crochet blanket as your next baby shower gift to wow everyone, look no further than this Cuddly Teddy Bear Crochet Baby Blanket pattern, which boys or girls will love. It is rare to find a gift that can work for any baby, so snap this design up, especially since it is getting more common for parents to wait until after the birth for the big gender reveal. Preparing for a new baby is lots of fun, and you need a soft yarn that is as easy to snuggle as the little one is. The teddy bear design is so cute, and it has an interesting pixelated style. It uses a corner-to-corner crochet method that will be easy to master but still makes sure that your crochet blanket pattern stands out. 

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Finished Size40 inches tall x 32 inches wide

Materials List

  • Bernat Blanket Big Ball Yarn in Vintage White, Sand, and Taupe (1 of each)
  • Bernat Blanket Brights Yarn in Go Go Green (2 skeins)
  • Size J Crochet Hook
  • Large Tapestry Needle

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I'm searching for help on my C2C Bear Blanket. It was easy and fun, but when finished it is a parallelogram rather than a rectangle. The picture is to show how the sides do not lay together evenly. Can you give me some tips on what I need to do differently to correct this?

i can't seem to get the vidio link to learn the stich it keeps sending me to other sites help

Hi coupygirl, I would ask this question on the blogger's site so that she can see it. This page is just a link out to the pattern - AllFreeCrochet did not design the linked pattern, so unless the broken link or video is on our site, it's not something we can fix. :( Sorry! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

I think this corner to corner technique is one of the most exciting skills to master. I love to see the picture develop as you go from row to row. I thought it would be difficult to learn but it really is not. The most difficult thing for me to do is change the color flawlessly.

I just found out my neighbor is having a baby girl so I wanted to crochet her a blanket. This pattern is so cute. I can easily change the green to any variation of pink and would have the perfect gift. I dont think anyone else would give her a gift like this beautiful blanket.

Little baby Billy was 2 months premature and has a Welcome to the World party coming up in the next few weeks and this is going to be the perfect gift for him especially as winter is well on its way here in South Africa. I have never done a corner to corner crochet pattern so this is going to be a first. Friends tell me it is not difficult to do so here I go!

This is adorable! I recently started learning C2C (corner to corner). I havent tried adding pictures to my C2C afghans yet, but this makes me want to try. What a cute throw for a crib or a childs bedroom! Bernat blanket is so thick that I would imagine this throw works up in no time at all.

What a little cutie pie. I read thru the pattern and it seems very easy. I may just have to make this for my 3 year old grandson. But I will have to modify it a bit. Change the brown to white so it becomes a polar bear. That's his favorite. Thank you for sharing.

I love the bear blanket. Would love a written pattern. But it won't come up. Thanks. Beautiful work.

Hi mjomannix, The blanket is worked in a standard c2c (corner to corner) pattern style so simply follow any basic c2c pattern and use the chart at the above link for color reference. :) Thanks! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

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