Elegant Baby Blanket


"This Free Crochet pattern teaches how to make this delicate lacy baby blanket that would look great in any nursery and is made to be used for the whole time the baby is in the crib. Comes with pictures and video tutorials for both right and left handed."

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For those who've taken delight in crafting the Elegant Baby Blanket, your crochet journey is filled with creative potential. Here are three versatile project ideas tailored to your love for creating exquisite items:

Granny Square Pillow Cover:
Transition your crochet expertise into the realm of home decor by designing a Granny Square Pillow Cover. You can use the same elegant stitches and refined color choices that made your baby blanket exquisite to create beautiful pillow covers. These cozy yet chic accessories can add a touch of sophistication to your living space, and they're perfect for any season.

Cozy Baby Cardigan:
Continue to shower little ones with your crochet talents by crafting a Cozy Baby Cardigan. Utilize your skill in creating delicate and intricate patterns to fashion a tiny, sophisticated cardigan. This versatile garment can be given as a heartfelt gift for baby showers or a precious present for a special occasion.

Elegant Scarf or Wrap:
Elevate your crochet skills by crocheting an elegant scarf or wrap. Use the same elegant stitch patterns and refined color choices that made your baby blanket exquisite to craft a sophisticated accessory. Whether you choose to create an intricate scarf or a delicate wrap, this project adds a touch of class to any outfit and is perfect for chilly seasons or formal occasions.

Whether you opt to make a Granny Square Pillow Cover, a Cozy Baby Cardigan, or an Elegant Scarf or Wrap, your crochet journey is filled with opportunities to create beautiful and refined items that bring comfort and elegance into your life and the lives of others. Enjoy the process of crafting these versatile projects!


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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I love this elegant baby blanket. The color used here is perfect for a baby girl. To make this for a baby boy all you need to do is change the color of yarn that you use. For those that are not sure what the sex of the baby is, try using a gender friendly color. Thanks for the instructional videos.

I fully appreciate the added video here. Girl got all fancy with a left and a right handed version. I am surprised that there is only one special stitch used here to create this elegant baby blanket. It looks really impressive like it may be difficult to create.

Has anyone on here made this baby blanket or know anyone that has made it? I am just wondering about the open weave of the stitching and if there has been an issue with little fingers getting tangled in them? Other than that, this is a very pretty afghan. It would make a great heirloom baby shower gift.

Lovely pattern. The details really add to it as well. This is a blanket that will be used long after they are babies. The instructions are good and I always like photos. They just add to the pattern. Thank you.

Wow this Elegant Baby Blanket is quite lovely looking. I can't wait to make one. The written pattern is well done and easy to follow, with lots of pictures and tips throughout. There is also videos for right hand and left hand crocheters, showing you how to do this one. Love it.. Thank you so much for sharing this crochet baby blanket pattern.

I like the stitches used in this Elegant Baby Blanket which will also look great in an adult's blanket. The colors used here are very calming earth colors, I can imagine the color of the soil when reflected by the sun. It blends harmoniously with nature.

Currently making two of these for coworkers using Caron Jumbo. The pattern is easy and works up rather quickly, however I am extremely tired of chains! I've adjusted the pattern to incorporate another color. I'm not fond of slip stitching, and am thinking of making the SLST a SC next time I work this pattern.

Tried this craft? What did you think?


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