Ruffled Edge Baby Blanket

Ruffled Edge Baby Blanket

Ruffled Edge Baby Blanket
Ruffled Edge Baby Blanket

This Ruffled Edge Baby Blanket is the perfect pattern to snuggle your newborn baby with for years to come. Ruffled edging makes this crocheted afghan ideal for precious baby girls, but boys will appreciate the unique ruffled texture, as well. This free pattern includes seven different sizing directions (swaddle blanket, crib blanket, newborn baby blanket, receiving blanket, baby blanket, lapghan and child blanket). Make this easy crochet afghan for your own little bundle of joy, or make it for an expectant friend.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

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

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When you pay attention to detail, you get a project just that much better. If you select a pattern that does not have an edging and you feel like the pattern is incomplete, you may want to consider adding an edging yourself. This is a simple one and will spruce up any project.

The edging applied to this Savannah's baby blanket is what really sets it apart from the others. I appreciate that the designer provided the directions to make this item in several sizes. And congratulations on the birth of your niece.

A beautiful, sweet, precious baby blanket. Ruffles make the blanket, absolutely. What I would love to do- is to weave a grosgrain ribbon all around the border of the blanket, right where the ruffle begins. I would tie it in a beautiful bow. HOWEVER, if that were the case I suppose I would not be using it in the crib for safety reasons!

Love the look of this baby blanket. Ruffles=win.

What caught my eye on this baby blanket were the ruffles. A ruffle always make a pattern even more beautiful. Since this blanket is so easy to make, it could be made with a couple of rows of ruffles especially if the blanket is for a girl.

Another winner from Oombawka Designs! This charming little blanket can be worked up in a number of sizes to fit the crafters purpose. The pattern is simple and repetitive, which makes it perfect for a travel project or while watching TV. The pattern calls for a US 7/4.5 mm hook, but I would think either a G or H hook might work just as well.

@gingersnappy I don't see where it says you have to buy yarn to get the pattern. I clicked the link and the pattern was there, I just had to scroll past the advertisements. This blanket looks beautiful and I can't wait to make it for my cousin who is expecting her first baby this summer

You rave about THIS FREE pattern....then you want us to buy yarn to get THIS FREE pattern. When that's the case, the pattern isn't FREE. I can buy my yarn elsewhere cheaper...thank you...Would have loved to have tried this blanket, but I am pretty sure by looking at the pics that I CAN DO this blanket on my own WITHOUT YOUR FREE PATTERN....THANK YOU....


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