When it’s getting a bit colder outside, it’s great to have some soft and warm knitted stroller blankets. They will keep your baby warm and cosy while windy and cold weather. Moreover, they are super practical and the perfect size for a stroller. What’s more, feel free to use any kind of yarn and colors for these blankets. The more colors, the better!
Hop To It Stroller Blanket
- Designed by Tanya Eberhardt
This lovely stroller blanket is perfect for all knitters, from beginners to experienced crafters. What’s more, it works up very fast. In other words, it’s a great idea for a last minute project. Feel free to change the edging if you like more lacy ones.
PHOTOS by ilikeknitting.com / Ravelry.com
Rainbow Stroller Blanket
- Designed by Rebecca Glazier
This beautiful stroller blanket will make your baby feel warm and cosy, so don’t worry about it! All you need to know to make this blankie, is how to cast on, purl, knit and cast off. The finished size is 61 cm / 24” width and 76 cm / 30” length.
PHOTOS by Rebecca Glazier / Ravelry.com
Lemon Squeezy Stroller Blanket
- Designed by Lion Brand Yarn
This adorable little stroller blankie is a super cute project for your baby, that will make him or her super comfy! Above all, it’s a simple and minimalistic project, that will be a cute addition to a nursery. The finished size is 20 x 24 in. (51 x 61 cm).
PHOTOS by Lion Brand Yarn / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Linda Medina
Stroller blankets should be cheerful and colorful, right? Well, this one surely is! You can make sure your baby will feel warm and cosy on a winter walk. The finished size of this blanket is approximately 24” wide x 28” long.
PHOTOS by Cascade Yarns / Ravelry.com
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Honeycomb Stroller Blanket
- Designed by Terry Kimbrough, Susan Leitzsch, Lucie Sinkler
Honeycomb stitch is proven to be a timeless classic among blankets. This beautiful stroller blankie will make your baby feel warm and cosy. Moreover, it looks truly amazing! The author used 5 different colors to complete it.
PHOTOS by OrangeBirdie / Ravelry.com