Buffalo Plaid Baby Blanket

Buffalo Plaid Baby Blanket

Buffalo Plaid Baby Blanket
Buffalo Plaid Baby Blanket

"Adorable baby blanket perfect for your next baby shower gift! This trendy blanket is sure to be a hit. It is warm and toasty without holes for baby's little fingers and toes to get stuck in. Skills to know include single crochets, chain stitches, color changes, and carrying yarn. Buffalo plaid is all the rage right now and you can join in on the trend with this gorgeous blanket. Make it now for the little lumberjack in your life!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

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

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I do love the Buffalo Plaid look of the edging but I am a bit confused by the grey body of the blanket. Is there a reason why the red and black Buffalo print is only used an edging to the blanket and not the whole blanket? I love the black and red Buffalo check and think it would look great as a full blanket.

You know what? Not only is this a baby blanket, as it is presented to us, but how about making this for the man in your life- for the den or the man cave? Wouldn't this be a great camping blanket, too? Travel in your car with it or leave it at the lake house/cabin. I don't do many color changes where I carry the yarn across, but this is one I am interested in giving my little bit of extra effort for! Great that there is a tutorial for us on the spider stitch. THanks!


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