Crochet Pattern Ideas for Baby Blankets

Some things just go together: milk and cornflakes, Tom and Jerry, babies and blankets. Why not crochet a baby blanket for the next baby shower you’re invited to? Mom and baby alike are sure to love a warm, cozy blanket you’ve made yourself. At free-crochet.com, we offer baby blanket crochet pattern ideas that are free.

baby blanket crochetBaby Blanket Crochet Pattern Ideas

Our most popular baby blanket pattern to download is the Crochenit Baby Set. With its lacy, airy look, this baby blanket is traditional and up-to-date at the same time. Use the yarn of your choice to create the perfect blanket for any baby boy or girl. The free pattern also includes a pattern for matching booties.

crochet baby blanketCrochet Blankets for Baby Boys and Girls

Another popular baby blanket choice is the Boy Wrapper Crochet Baby Afghan Pattern. Don’t let the name fool you, because you can change the yarn color to make this afghan just right for a girl, as well. This baby blanket is easy to make, with a basic crochet stitch. The ribbon trim gives it extra visual appeal, and babies will love the contrasting textures of the yarn and the ribbon.

angel crochet blanket buddyCrochet Blanket Buddies

Think outside of the box when you’re considering crocheting a baby blanket! Baby would love a blanket buddy as a “lovey” to take with him or her anywhere. Our Angel Blanket Buddy provides a comforting presence for your favorite baby or toddler. The pattern is easy, so you can crochet it in little time.

Browse all our baby blanket patterns. We carry patterns you can crochet, whether you’re just beginning — or whether you’ve crocheted for years. They’re all free for you to download, so why not get started today?

 

23 Responses to Crochet Pattern Ideas for Baby Blankets

  1. es ce que je vais avoir les patrons en francais.?

  2. Kathleen says:

    I would like to find a simple baby blanket for a baby boy.
    Can you help me?

  3. Callie Main says:

    I am interested in crocheted baby blankets.

  4. Tisia says:

    What is crochet nit?

    • Crochetnit uses two different balls of yarn and has crochet hooks on each side of the needle. It produces striped, reversible fabrics– especially when the balls of yarn are different colors.

  5. Paulette Parker says:

    I am traveling and needing to make a new baby blanket, found the blanket on your site (have made it several years ago). However the pattern will not come up, stating I have made error in the name.

    This isn’t possible, the name is simple “The Boy Wrapper. How can I obtain this pattern on site?

    Thank you,
    Paulette

  6. Shirley says:

    I have not crocheted in years. Can someone tell me how to find a page that shows all the stitches and how too’s?

  7. Mamie Herrin says:

    I would like to see some free crochet patterns for baby blankets

  8. Lisa says:

    I would like the pattern for the crochenit baby set but am unable to find it. Please provide the link.

  9. Thelma Leel says:

    I love to crochet baby clothes

  10. Lisa Vick says:

    I clicked on the picture of the above pink baby blanket, thinking I would get the pattern. It said oops! my query was too broad. I looked below and saw crochenit baby set and again too broad. I thought this site gave you access to patterns.

  11. Lenna Daugherty says:

    when I tried to get the patterns stitches all I got was, oops your quiery was too broad” why don’t any of your so called free stitches appear?

  12. Linda says:

    I’m having a hard time trying to find a pattern called (Fluffy Cloud baby blanket)

  13. Elsie Johnson says:

    I’m 95 years old and just starting to make dishclothes after years of not knitting or crocheting just common things. I’m living in assisted living and don’t do much on my iPad. Don’t really understand most of it. I do want to see patterns so enjoy looking.. this is just to help you understand my mistakes in corresponding with you. I did see a pattern that started in the middle, one color then changed to another. Would like to see it again, but don’t know how to find it. What does it mean when it wants a website?

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