Super Bulky Loft Pom Baby Blanket


Super Bulky Loft Pom Baby Blanket

Super Bulky Loft Pom Baby Blanket
Super Bulky Loft Pom Baby Blanket

"This baby blanket is crocheted with the lovely "wattle stitch" which is super simple and quick to make! There is a full stitch tutorial included in the pattern. The blanket is not only super soft, but it's easy and works up in a flash. Line it with pom-poms to add to the playfulness, or keep it without. If you are looking for a baby blanket that will work up in no time, this is a great choice!"


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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I love learning new stitches and having them create a great looking pattern. This Super Bulky Loft Pom Baby Blanket pattern does just that. The video is great for teaching this new stitch called the wattle stitch and it is so easy to do. I can see a few blankets being made using this pattern with the bulky yarn. I would not use this pattern for dogs like she suggested. Dogs or cats have nails that can get stuck in the yarn. This would be great for babies or even adults as a lap afghan. As for the Pom poms, it's a toss up and depends on who will receive the finished blanket. This will be great to make a lot of these and give to the homeless. A nice warm blanket.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet afghan pattern.

I am well aware that this is a baby blanket, but the pom pom idea can be used on any blanket just as an option to jazz it up. Instead of placing fringes on the corners of afghans or throws, pom poms can add an interesting texture or design feature. Pom poms are not just for stocking caps anymore!

A new stitch! I love when I come across a project that I like and introduces me to a new stitch. I even like the pom-poms. While using the chunky yarn, this project will work up really quickly. However, I would not use white for any projects. Thanks for the free pattern.

This looks like a perfect soft and snuggly blanket. The designer made this blanket to donate to the Project Linus charity. I am sure that it will bring some joy and snuggles to the family that is lucky enough to receive it. The charity is a great cause that everyone should check in to and find out what they can do.

I am definitely going to make this minus the pom poms. One thing to consider if you're making this for a baby, the pom Poms may pose a hazard. Babies will probably go for those first to put in their mouths and the strings will start coming it in their mouths. Otherwise it's beautiful.

I like the blanket, but Im not a fan of the pompons. I dont think they add anything to it at all. Ive worked the wattle stitch before and it does make a thick, cozy blanket. I also appreciate including a link to a wattle stitch tutorial. The author talks a lot about Project Linus. I have a good friend who heads up the group at one of our local UMC ladies groups, and Ive donated cloth and yarn scraps to make tied quilts. Wonderful charity!

The waffle stitch is easy to do but creates such an interesting finished project! I would prefer to add the pompoms as well, as it adds a great finishing touch. This would be striking done in black and white. I like the particular Lion Brand yarn that she used to construct this "Super Bulky Loft Pom" baby blanket. I'm going to save this pattern!

This is such an adorable baby blanket! The pom poms are super cute. This would be a great gender-neutral baby shower gift!


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