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Pastel Heaven Baby Blanket

Pastel Heaven Baby Blanket
Pastel Heaven Baby Blanket
This image courtesy of missedstitches.blogspot.com

This Pastel Heaven Baby Blanket uses ripple stitches and pastel colors galore to create a beautiful baby blanket crochet pattern. I really love the way all the colors go together and create something that just looks like it was made for the little one. They will love it just as much as you love the colors as it wraps around them, cuddles them up close, and keeps them warm at night in the crib. You can't get any better than knowing your baby is as happy as you are with your choice in crochet baby blanket patterns.

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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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This Pastel Heaven Baby Blanket just screams Spring! I love the colors used in this ripple afghan. For baby afghans ripples are my go to patterns, with lots of colors. The pattern is well written and easy to follow but she does not say when to change colors. After looking at the finished afghan picture, it looks it the color change is done every third row. Has anyone made this one? I'm looking forward to trying this pattern. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet baby blanket pattern.

This is a baby blanket you make for the next new baby that will keep the baby warm in the winter. When the baby goes to daycare, this blanket can go along with him or her to be used during nap time.

Oh my gosh, this baby blanket is so darn beautiful. It has been given the perfect pattern name, too! It is truly a gender neutral baby blanket, for those of us who don't know yet if we are having a boy or a girl- or for those of us who are attending a baby shower where the sex of the baby has not yet been announced. We were in the same position before my son was born. We wanted to be surprised! This is such A great project for new moms.

Several babies have recently popped into the world in my circle of friends and family and this is going to be a lovely blanket to make for one (or more ! ) of them. I have so much yarn left over from previous projects and this looks like a good project to start using them up on. The ripple design is lovely and the pattern is going to be quite quick ro crochet too which is always great.

This is lovely. Makes me think of a forthcoming niece/nephew. I want to make this as a christening gift for that little treasure. Here's the link to the pattern http//www.missedstitches.com/2015/02/easy-baby-rip == ple.html

I am having trouble with getting started. It does not work with 121 chain stitches to start with. Also, it does not tell me when to change colors or If i turn or start a new new row. Very frustrated. finolafan@yahoo.com

After re-reading the pattern, it states to repeat row three for the rest of the project until desired width/length... so that would mean you would probably change colors every three rows. I also see they did make a correction to the pattern in regards to row one. Come to think of it, you can switch colors any time you want! Don't stress!

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