POP! Geometric Baby Blanket


POP! Geometric Baby Blanket

POP! Geometric Baby Blanket
POP Geometric Baby Blanket

"I’m very proud to introduce you to my personal design for Yarnspirations, the Bernat Pop! Corner to Corner Baby Blanket. This design was inspired by my brand new niece who will be with us in May. I can’t wait! I’ve been hooking up all kinds of baby things for her and this blanket is no exception. I was excited to see Yarnspirations add another “cake” yarn to their line up. Caron Cakes are wonderful but they have some wool in them and that’s not for everyone. Bernat Pop! yarn is 100% acrlic – perfect! Yarnspirations went above and beyond for the array of colorways. This one is called “Lipstick on my collar”. How cute is that? It was a no-brainer for me to choose the pink colorway for my nieces blanket but I was really tempted by some of the others. My favorite part about this design is that each blanket will turn out slightly different than the next. Each colorway and lot number will play a significant role in the design and I can’t wait to see what you come up with!"


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge16 sts and 6 rows = 4” [10 cm] in Double Crochet

Finished SizeApprox 31” x 31” [78.74 x 78.74 cm]

Materials List

  • Bernat Pop Yarn
  • 5 mm Crochet Hook

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Since this blanket is pieced exactly the same way as a conventional quilt, why not keep going and not just stop at the baby size? It would be very, very easy to work up additional segments and make this a nine patch instead of the four it is now. The embedded link leads directly to the main Yarnspirations site where the pattern is available as a free download.

I adore this baby blanket and I wish I was the one who came up with the pattern for it! I can't get enough just looking at it. To me, crochet really is a work of art. This pattern would give a seasoned crocheter enough of a challenge to keep my interest, but is easy enough that I actually will FINISH the thing! So many times I start something and lose steam because it is a little to hard. Not so with this one! I so appreciate the wonderful 30 minute plus video tutorial. Very helpful.

I can't stop looking at this blanket! It's super interesting and would be the stand-out gift at any baby shower. This would not only be cozy for baby, but it would also be a piece of the nursery decor.


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