Blankets for babies
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Leaping Stripes And Blocks Baby Blanket Pattern Sizes: Memorial Blanket/Afghan Square (12″ x 12″) – Ch 42; 38 rows; 160 yds Preemie/Lovie (20″ x 20″) – Ch 70; 64 rows; 420 yds Small Baby Blanket (30″ x 30″) – Ch 110; 96 rows; 950 yds Standard Baby Blanket (36″ x 36″) – Ch 130; 116 …
Barbara Binette saved to Sewing
Learn how to make a blanket for a baby! This is the easiest way to make a baby blanket ever! Perfect for beginners, and all you need is some cute flannel.
Cas50 Cam77 saved to Baby needs
If you’re looking for the perfect baby shower gift for a friend or a pregnant family member, you can complete your search here. Solid knitted baby blankets, Merino 100% pure handmade wool, are soft, comfortable and undeniably useful. Of course, most moms and dads expect a child to have local or online records to list …
Kristína Kondlová saved to Napady na usitie
This Easy Baby Blanket Tutorial uses the envelope method to create an adorable flannel and minky blanket that is super cozy!
Barbara Haas saved to baby
Beautiful Crochet Blanket for Babies [FREE] This is an easy project for crochet adepts, amazing texture and design make it one of the most gorgeous baby blankets. The borders were edged with a cute flower motif. The blanket is worked from C2C. The flowers and border are added at the end. Enjoy!
Crochet Garden Baby Blanket Pattern Materials: For a 29 x 32 inch baby blanket 4 balls Patons Canadiana in White 1 ball Patons Canadiana in Tweety 1 ball Patons Canadiana in Cherished Green Size H-8/5.00mm hook Tapestry Needle Gauge: 2 inches = 8 HDC stitches and 8 rows Click For Free Pattern
Sylvie Parent saved to Collection Fais dodo
Crochet Three Color Windowpane Baby Blanket Pattern Materials: Bernat Softee Baby yarn (100% acrylic, 140g / 5 oz, 331 meters / 362 yards) -3 balls Flannel, 1 ball Navy, 1 ball Aqua Size 4.5mm hook Tapestry Needle Scissors Finished size: 29 in x 32 in Gauge: 4 in = 16 stitches and 10 rows Click …
Marna Samuel saved to Rag quilt
Why do everyone love a simple knitting pattern for a blanket? Beacuse there are so many options when it comes to designs, colors, and shapes!
Michaela Hickey saved to Crochet/Knit
How to make a receiving blanket for a baby in just 10 minutes or less!
Judith Cannon saved to O Baby