Bright Stars Bobble Blanket

Bright Stars Bobble Blanket

Bright Stars Bobble Blanket
Bright Stars Bobble Blanket

"My aunt asked me to create something gender-neutral that would look nice in a black/white/gray room, but since she wasn’t looking for anything in particular, I had some fun with the stitch and a bright yellow accent color. The texture makes it look harder than it is because this is actually a very simple crochet blanket pattern. The blanket has thick stripes and a fun bobbly texture that is great for baby and adds weight to the blanket. I also added a fleece backing to stop little fingers poking through. The pattern shows how to do this!"

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Finished Size36x36 inches

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not a beginner pattern

To play it safe, gender-neutral colors are the way to go with new baby items. Blacks and whites are said to also stimulate babies more so than vibrant colors. This blanket turned out amazing and I love the little touch of yellow added with the border. It really makes a difference.

This is such a great idea! I love the fleece backing on this blanket, and the satin border. That really adds to the crochet blanket, which is always amazing by itself. I also enjoy that this is a gender neutral colored blanket. I am wondering if the bobble stitch is too heavy for a baby blanket, even with the soft yarn.

I remember when most blankets had a trimming like this. It was used on more expensive ones. This is a very easy pattern. It's simple to follow so any one should be able to make this. I love the bobble stitch so this is going on my to do list for sure.

I tell you, adding the fleece backing AND the satin binding makes this blanket truly a one of a kind creation. If you sell your finished projects, you can ask for much more money because of this. For a long time I have been wanting to take that step. I wish I had a sewing machine again. Bravo on her great work! This baby blanket is totally suitable for the foot of the bed-just increase your starting chain by odd numbers only.


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