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Light and Lacy Crochet Baby Blanket

Updated July 24, 2018
Light and Lacy Crochet Baby Blanket
Light and Lacy Crochet Baby Blanket
This image courtesy of missedstitches.blogspot.com

This Light and Lacy Crochet Baby Blanket uses multiple colors in single skeins, so it could be perfect for your next scrapbuster project. The pattern of this crochet baby blanket lets your baby have the heat they need in the winter and the air they need in the summer. Because it works all year round, this quick and easy project is a must-have in your collection of baby crochet patterns. Spoil your little one by working up this light and lacy crochet baby blanket.
 

Easy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge1 pattern repeat = 3"

Finished Size27" x 32"

Materials List

  • Hook Size: 5.00mm
  • 1.5 skeins each of pink, green and cream
  • I used Bernat Satin Yarn in Fern and Flamingo mixed with Caron Simply Soft Off-White

Heidi Gustad shows you how to work this lacy stitch from this very pattern in this video - follow along!

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I have made this blanket so many times that I have lost count. It was a pattern in a magazine here in Scotland about 3 or 4 years ago for what was called a 'love darg' It was so simple and I have done so many since then for charity. Your tutorial would have been ideal for a friend who struggles to read a pattern, but we managed to get her through it.

I do like the look of this Light and Lacy Crochet Baby Blanket. I think it would be a good one for the warmer weather. The pattern is well written and there is a great video to show how to make it. I've saved this one and hope to make it soon. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet baby blanket pattern.

I love, love, love the texture of this Light Lacey Crochet Baby Blanket! And while the colors are not ones I would have originally combined I think they look great together too! I think I've caught at least one stitch in the pattern that will be new for me so I'm off on an adventure! Glad that it is designated "easy" and is small so it should make up quickly.

This is the perfect blanket to make for family or friends who live in one of the warmer states for their new baby. The lighter pattern will cover the baby but not make them overly warm. Excellent pattern to share with others.

The patterns that seem to get my attention when I browse are the ones with design elements that are unique. I have to say, this one really caught my eye because of the open weave design and the way that the stitches seem to "build" on each other. I also like the tri color here but I would have gone with something else like primary colors. Even if crocheted in a single color, you can't go wrong with this baby blanket.

Good only when baby is still in his crib. The spaces in this blanket might cause the baby to fall or trip when he starts to move on his own so this one is only up to his infancy. Great as gift , though.

I just made this afghan, but cut down to smaller size for a lapghan. Used off white, yellow and tangerine to make. Decided to CH 80, go from there. A little narrower, but very pretty. Loved the look of the pattern. Thank you to whom gave this to us crocheters. Love the off set shells and straight rows of DC.

Im always drawn to projects with unusual stitch textures, and I love the way the shells are offset from each other. As I was working up a sample, I did find one small error in Row 3. After working 5 DC in the first DC of the previous 5 DC Shell, there are only 4 DC remaining. You cant work 5 more individual Double Crochet without going into the Ch2 space. It might not be obvious in the instructions, but it shows up when working the pattern.

I like the open lacy design of this crochet baby blanket. As suggested, this design could assist in decreasing the amount of scrap yarn you may have. Even if you selected to crochet with a single color, this would be a wonderful blanket to keep for your own baby or as a gift.

Love this pattern. I am running low on yarn so I decided to make a scarf in single crochet instead. It is looking so good and I had no problems with the pattern so far. I really do HEART your Lacy Baby afghan. I can't wait to purchase some yarn and get started on an afghan.

I made this afghan for my great-grandson in self-striping DK yarn and put a shell border around it instead of the one shown. It worked up really, really quickly and I was super happy with the way it turned out.

I made it in a varigated white, pink, and blue, then made the edge in pink for my great-niece. Came out beautiful

The above comment from me was concerning the Light and Lacy Baby Blanket pattern.. Not sure if I commented in the right place. Thanks... Parcel1

Hello, You can contact the designer at her blog for your question about the pattern: http://missedstitches.blogspot.com/ (Remove the = before pasting the url into your browser.) Hope that helps!

I am assuming that in row 3 after you complete the 5 dc in the 1st dc of the shell and chain2, that you skip the other 4 dc of the shell and skip the chain 2 space before doing 1 dc in next 5 dc. Am I right or wrong?

Hi shelley, trying to do the light and lacy baby blanket. in row 2 how do you do 4 dc in last 3 sc? in row 3 is there a '2ch' missing after '5 dc in 1st dc of shell' ? otherwise how can you do 'sk ch2sp' in next row? thanks, Margaret.

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