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Gray Grandma Baby Blanket

Gray Grandma Baby Blanket
Gray Grandma Baby Blanket
This image courtesy of thestitchinmommy.com

On a rainy day, a new mom will love to snuggle under this Gray Grandma Baby Blanket with her baby for comfort and warmth. This crochet baby blanket pattern is thick and warm, with a beautiful neutral pattern that would be perfect for a girl or a boy. What makes this crochet baby blanket stand out is its attractive ripple stitch and simple color palette. The simplicity of this baby blanket makes it an ideal heirloom, to be passed on to the next generation. They'll remember your gift for years to come.

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Does this granny ripple stitch look intimidating? It's not - we promise! This granny ripple stitch video tutorial will easily show you how!

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This is so cute and so easy. I read the directions and it is a very easy pattern. It's written very clearly and easy to follow and if you can't follow the written directions, there is even a video to help. This is perfect for beginners. Thank you for offering this.

Wow I really like this pattern! The ripple design is outstanding! I can see this being good for a baby afghan...comfy and warm. There are many helpful things on this website too including a ripple stitch tutorial. This blanket would be soooo easy to taylor to the new mom's color palette with a wide variety of color possibilities! Leave a comment...

I like this quite a bit! I am not sure why they would want to call this lovely afghan a granny gray. The pattern is easy to follow and it is a slightly varied version of the round and round design of a basic granny square. You could probably use the Colorwheel (sold at Michaels) yarn as a good alternative as they have dozens of beautiful colors!

For the life of me, I cannot get this pattern to look like the one in the picture. And the end of the row has yet to come out right. I really like this blanket and like the greys and white but I have ripped it out and started over numerous times. Honestly, I can't get it Any advice?

Drab colors I want to make this blanket. Here's the link to the pattern. http//thestitchinmommy.com/2014/05/granny-ripple-b == lanket.html. I've also pinned this afghan.

I wouldn't think shades of grey for a baby blanket, but this stitch pattern is gorgeous - it almost looks pixelated! I think this would be sure cute with some pastels, but it's definitely striking as is.

The pattern itself is pretty - but I can't see using shades of gray for a baby blanket.

Guess it depends on the person. My friend's niece loves gray, white and yellow combinations for her baby and it looks very nice.

So, by all means, complain about a color YOU don't like. Wow. Greys are "in" now, and someone might like it! Or someone's client might order it in grey, perhaps! I've made this blanket -- it's a great stitch, and it turns out beautiful. But you CAN use whatever color YOU want! )

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