Coral Reef Baby Blanket

Coral Reef Baby Blanket

Coral Reef Baby Blanket
Coral Reef Baby Blanket

"Peach and cream flowers surrounded by rows of turquoise double crochets in vertical stripes makes this blanket a charm! The flowers are super easy to make with simple double crochet stitches. Make this blanket as big or as small as you like with multiples of 3!!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge1.5"

Finished Size33" x 30"

Materials List

  • One skein each of three colors

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It is amazing that only four rows of crochet will provide you with this beautiful coral reef baby blanket. However they are not all that easy. There are not pictures for guidance but if you have some skill with crochet you may be able to create this beautiful blanket.

This design requires only three colors and just one skein of each to make this coral baby blanket. The white and pink rows really look like flower petals and they are separated by the row of blue. This would be appropriate for baby girl or boy but if you know the sex of the baby you can always make a few modifications on the color selection.

Peach, coral, white, turquoise- all these colors are just lovely for a summertime blankie. Something that is nice about this particular pattern is that there are no special stitches to learn it just uses a series of double crochet clusters (DCTog) and then working more double crochets and chains in the following row. It is what creates the flowers!

Its very confusing to me and I can see by the comments to others when a designer posts a free pattern in detail and then post a picture of the item they made using their own pattern but then they customize it a little where it looks even more awesome but dont add those changes into the pattern. This leaves a lot of questions to be answered in the comment section, but maybe that was the idea all along LOL.


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