Pom Pom Baby Blanket

Pom Pom Baby Blanket

Pom Pom Baby Blanket
Pom Pom Baby Blanket

"This fun baby blanket is made from unique Pom-Pom yarn that provides a pop of color and stimulating texture. It can be used as pram or carrier blanket or laid down for the baby to crawl on. The poms are securely attached but supervision is advised. This blanket is crocheted in single crochet on the bias using increase and decrease rows to make the square/diamond shape. The poms will appear in a random pattern or clustered together. You can adjust the placement as needed by cutting and joining yarn. When crocheting around a pom pull the pom to the front side and work the stitch as normal. The goal is to get all of the pom-poms on the same side."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size21" x 21"

Materials List

  • 5 Skeins of Premier Yarns Pom Pom Party Yarn

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I kinda like this Pom Pom Baby Blanket. I say kinda because of all the pom poms, Sure they are cute and make for a textured blanket, but how safe is it? I know that once you wash a pom pom they tend to fall apart. After reading the written pattern, I see it doesn't show how to make the pom poms, just has you sewing them on the corners. Placing them just in the corners would be great, Has anyone made a pom pom and not have it fall apart after a few washes? If yes, please share how you make them to keep the pom pom from falling apart. This blanket is a simple corner to corner crochet and looks great with easy directions. Thank you for sharing this free crochet pattern.

This is absolutely adorable! I love patterns like this that have something unique about their texture. The pom poms are great because they're pops of color on an otherwise neutral blanket.


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