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Updated March 13, 2017
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Cuddle Me Blanket
Cuddle Me Blanket
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"Keep your little one warm in this sweet blanket; it is fast and easy to crochet and will also be great for gifts! Instructions include increase directions so you can make it in any size, too!"


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge4 STS x 4 rows in SC = 1"

Finished Size30" x 50"

Materials List

  • H/8-5.0mm hook
  • Bernat Pound of Love Baby Yarn 100% Acrylic; weight 3 1 skein of color choice

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The soft aqua color of the baby blanket is just lovely. The repeating crochet pattern of single crochet, double crochet next 2, working in the back loop only, across 3 stitches creates an almost dreamy shell-like stitch. This blanket crochets up quite fast so is great to make for any upcoming baby shower.

Do you not just love the wonderful retro look of this Cuddle Me baby blanket? Every baby should have at least one of these and with several little ones having recently entered into this world in my circle of family and friends I am going to be making at least three. Sadly Lion Brand yarn is not available in South Africa but I have found what seems to be a close substitute so am all set to start.

Beautiful little baby Sophie is going to be even more gorgeous than she already is when wearing this Darling Baby Girl Dress! I have done a little test piece and the pattern does not seem to be as difficult as I thought it may be. So this is me taking on an intermediate pattern, a little nervous but determined to do it, lol!

i hate to ask this but i am still confused because there are 2 different answers it sc, then 2dc in next stitch or sc, and dc, dc, in 3 separate stitches...i want to start this soon for my church club...we donate blankets every month to the local childrens hospitals and facilities....this loos like a very nice pattern..

Hi plumcraz, Sc, 2dc means that in one stitch you make a single crochet, then in the next stitch you put two double crochet stitches in the space. 3 stitches over 2 spaces. I hope that helps! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

Hi Julia, On the designers website she made a comment that 'SC, DC 2 is over 3 stitches.' The DC are in 2 stitches (not the same stitch). I haven't worked up this pattern however, this might be helpful for others to know.....Kim

I have several baby blankets that I need to make in the coming months for baby showers and this being an easy pattern will make my life so much easier to make these quick but cute blankets to give as gifts!

I have made three of these crochet baby blankets! The last one I made is a pretty soft grey color and it was just stunning!

This blanket looks so cozy and plush! This would be great for a baby, child or even adult if you want to adjust it in size! I love how soft this looks, can't wait to make this as my next baby shower gift!

I believe craftyrosie is right. To increase or decrease, Kristi calls for 3 sts. So a sc, dc, dc repeat, over 3 sts makes sense.

Please clarify. Is it sc, then 2dc in the next stitch,repeat, or sc, dc, dc, repeat. Instructions are confusing.

all separate stitches. sc, dc, dc.

I was also a little confused about the dc2, but since it is a pattern of 3 sts I thought it must be " sc in 1 stitch then a dc in each of the next 2 stitiches. Hope someone comments on this because I would like to try this pattern.

Cheryl, I read the pattern, and reread it, and you would not put 2 dc in the same stitch with the sc. It's just sc, 2dc in next stitch, then repeat. I have read patterns that have sc, dc2, in same stitch, and that would be what you suggest. I hope this helps.

This Cuddle Me Blanket pattern looks so cute! After reading the pattern, I'm assuming that this " sc, dc 2, repeat from ". - means to sc, dc, 2 times in same stitch. ?? Not really sure? I'm hoping someone makes this and let me know, I would like to make one. Other then that the pattern reads and looks good. Please help.. Thank you for this free Cuddle Me Blanket pattern.


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