Two Crocheted Baby Blankets

I made these two blankets for my friend at work having twins. The first is a very pale pink blanket, made with a terrycloth yarn. Very simple - I just used a single crochet with three rows of double crochet for the edge. I really loved how soft and cuddly this little blanket was. I accidentally threw away the yarn packaging, but I think it was just Red Heart Baby Terry (also, it is machine wash and dryable - always a plus).

The second blanket was lavender with a white satin ribbon trim. I used the basket weave stitch, which is quickly becoming my favorite stitch for blankets. It makes them nice and thick, and the texture is quite pretty.




11 comments:

mel said...

beautiful! She'll LOVE them Jill

Sheena Larkin said...

So precious I always love seeing your blankets. Where do you get your ribbon??

Linea said...

You are SO talented Jill. I wish I could do anything that well.

Angry Asian said...

this is so precious. i only JUST learned how to crochet and have been knitting for a year, but only know the basic stitch and purl. i am looking up tutorials to learn how to do the basketweave stitch.

you are so inspiring but at the same time INTIMIDATING. :)

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Dre said...

Those are very beautiful!

Charlie said...

This is GORGEOUS!!!!!!! I wish desperately that I could do that for my baby boy!!!

Anonymous said...

How can I get this pattern?

ProudArmyWife21 said...

how can I get the pattern?

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I just loved what you did because I always enjoy the blankets... and I think you're right its texture is quite pretty and it's be nice if you can add more creations and designs. I am very interesting in this kind of things and I really know about it.
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