Pink Shell Baby Blanket

Pink Shell Baby Blanket

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Looking for something lovely to make for a new baby? Look no further than this Pink Shell Baby Blanket. Sweet and simple, this crochet baby blanket pattern has a clean, classic look. From her little nose to her tiny toes, a baby girl would look snug and safe wrapped in this soft blanket made with a crochet shell stitch. This beginner baby blanket features stripes that pop in a unique pattern. Swap out the pink yarn for blue or yellow, and this blanket is perfect for any baby.

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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I started this but I have two chains at end of first row and not sure what they are for. Anyone else have this issue?

This Pink Shell Baby Blanket is delightful! I love that it is labeled for a beginner. I find that if someone is actually creating something from the beginning it is a motivating factor in them continuing to move forward! It would be so easy to tailor this and swap out another color for the pink, blue for boy, yellow or green for unknown gender, or even two colors for a favorite sports team!

This is a very nice Pink Shell Baby Blanket. The written pattern is well done and easy to follow, good for anyone to make. I like the post below from mg57 that says it can be done in other colors for the beach. I'm thinking in browns for the cabin or greens for the van. The ideas are endless and I bet you can even make it larger for a nice warm blanket for the older ones in the family, but I have to figure the math out for this one. Looking forward to making it, but bigger. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

This is such a pretty crochet blanket pattern! I can also see this blanket made into a throw and done in colors for the beach, such as sea foam greens, pale blues, subdued yellows, and mixed with neutrals such as tan, beige, ivory, or brilliant whites. Try alternating a variegated yarn with a matching solid color, or even just white or ivory.

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