Crochet baby blankets come in all shapes and are made using all yarns you can think of, so it’s absolutely sure you will find a project, that will be perfect for you! All the projects in the pictures below are beginner friendly, so don’t worry that you won’t be able to make them, even if you’re just starting with crochet. They make a fantastic gift for a baby shower or new parents! Let me know if you like these inspirations!
Crochet Unicorn Stripes Baby Blanket
- Designed by daisyfarmcrafts
I love how simple and delicate this crochet baby blanket in the pictures below is. Daisyfarmcrafts decided to add some pastel color touches to make it a bit more modern and so eye-catching! It’s a sweet baby blankie, that will help you soothe your baby. It’s also a lovely blanket to donate to charity!
PHOTOS by daisyfarmcrafts / hayleyslittlethings.com
- Designed by Melissa Fisher
How are your fall projects going? Looking for a fun and quick new baby blankie? In that case you have to check out this beautiful blankie below! Why? Well, because it’s made using warm colors, that are perfect for fall. Not to mention the size is ideal for lap blanket to snuggle up under on the couch, or add to your baby’s nursery.
PHOTOS by Melissa Fisher / Ravelry.com
Easy Crochet Baby Blanket
- Designed by hopelesslydevotedcrochet
This beautiful blankie in the pictures below will make such a sweet gift for a little baby girl! This super cute project by hopelesslydevotedcrochet was made using half double crochets in five different techniques. So it’s great for beginners. And feel free to add any applique you like!
PHOTOS by hopelesslydevotedcrochet / Instagram.com
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Loopy Love Blanket
- Designed by Tamara Kelly
This gorgeous baby blankie in the pictures below is the fantastick work by HayleyMaree. It uses 2 different yarns, that create this amazing color changing effect. It’s a very easy to make and memorize pattern! And the stitches simply fly by and the finished blanket is so sweet!
PHOTOS by HayleyMaree / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Mary P
Making a crochet blanket is always a great idea and I truly believe it’s impossible to have too many of them! I’m absolutely in love with this colorful blankie in the pictures below. It has such fun, irregular stripes that create a gorgeous modern effect, don’t you think?
PHOTOS by shazzeth / Ravelry.com
Filip’s Baby Blanket
- Designed by Sylwia Kawczyńska
Simple designs are sometimes the best, especially if you’re looking for a gender neutral gift for a baby. Grey is simply universal and will be such a stunning addition to the nursery. This lovely piece below is a small carriage blanket, that uses moss stitch and it’s super nice in touch. Do you like it?
PHOTOS by Sylwia Kawczyńska / Ravelry.com
Beautifully Textured Crochet Baby Blanket
- Designed by affinityforyarn
Vibrant blankies, especially the ones with stripes, are really great for baby’s eyesight and brain development. Like for instance this beautiful blanket below by affinityforyarn. Isn’t it absolutely stunning? It’s super quick to make and the color is really lovely!
PHOTOS by affinityforyarn / Instagram.com
Sweet and Simple Crochet Baby Blanket
- Designed by creatingme
This delicate crochet blanket in the pictures below is the work by creatingme and you will love how sweet it turns out! What’s more, it works up quickly and is made with basic crochet stitches. Beginners, this one is perfect for you!
PHOTOS by creatingme / creatingme.com
Find original free pattern on creatinme.net.
Lila Baby Blanket
- Designed by Shehla Ahmed
This pretty crochet blankie in the pictures below was made by Shehla Ahmed and it’s incredibly pretty, don’t you think? It’s the perfect blankie for a little baby to help and soothe. The colors are so eye – catching as well, don’t you think? The finished size is approximately 50 x 62 inches. Love this one!
PHOTOS by Shehla Ahmed / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Turcoaz Cu Vanilie
This vibrant crochet blanket in the pictures below is the work by Turcoaz Cu Vanilie and it has the prettiest shade of red, don’t you think? It’s a preemie blanket and you have to know how to use the houndstooth stitch and the Alpine stitch. Let me know if you like it!
PHOTOS by Turcoaz Cu Vanilie / Ravelry.com