Lacy V-Stitch Baby Blanket


If you're in the market for a crochet baby blanket pattern, this Lacy V-Stitch Baby Blanket is perfect. Lime green sport weight yarn is used to complete this free pattern, which makes it ideal for both boys and girls. If you know how to crochet a blanket, this crochet pattern should not be any problem to complete. It looks like a large, lacy granny square and it measures approximately 32 inches in both length and width.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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This Lacy V Stitch is the perfect size for a new born welcoming blanket! I love the way that they change the color within the pattern. My best friend's daughter just gave birth to their second child-a baby girl- and I may create it for her. I'll have to decide on the color. Don't you think every newborn baby deserves one of their own? Thanks for the free pattern!

I didn't change colour, but made this in a self-striping yarn as a summer weight wheelchair blanket. Lovely to make, super easy and went down a storm with my elderly grandma!

Do you have a pattern for a crochet dish cloth that starts with a few stitches and increases - then decreases.

really pretty, wish it would print for me so I can make it.

It is nice, but to many rows of instructions. I would like to make it, but after reading the instructions, I really don't think I could sit and read directions to complete it. Needs to be simplified for me.

I agree with you dkrystofek. I learned to crochet with Magic Crochet a magazine which is no longer in print. They had charts to illustrate the stitches. One thing I have always hated about crochet are the elaborate instructions which make it seem as though you have to read a couple words, crochet a couple stitches & repeat endlessly. I wish someone would bring back Magic Crochet. I do occasionally see a few people who will do charts to go along with the written instructions but they are few & far between.

The only part of the instructions I looked at were the first four rounds after that for all the lines of instructions the pattern is a very simple one you are just using a simple granny square and changing the dc's to v st. and making the color changes as you would in a regular granny square. as far as the size goes you can make it any size your heart desires...if you want the same color scheme and width of color as she has all you have to do is count how many rounds between color changes but I usually just let my creativity go with that and make the color changes as I want them...hope this helped to simplify this for you so that you can enjoy making one of your own.


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