I decided to make this baby blanket using the suzette stitch and it turned out great! The yarn I used was lion brand pound of love in antique white and it did not take the entire skein. The measurements turned out to be 25“ x 38“ and I used a size J hook. For the... Continue Reading →
I finished this 30" x 30" white baby blanket using some very basic white yarns. I used a half double crochet through the back loop stitch and it finished up in about two weeks. I did not use a pattern. I wasn't quite sure what to do about the border then I found the fluffy... Continue Reading →
This baby blanket only took four nights to create on my brother KX-350 knitting machine. I used a basic acrylic yarn and crocheted a single, half double, double crochet border around it. The border was a little too bunched up so I know now for next time to skip every third row when making the... Continue Reading →
It only took me about two months of off and on working on this crib sized baby blanket. I did not use a pattern. Instead, I just used a basic basket weave stitch in basic acrylic yarn. The border is a very light blue in a half double crochet stitch. I hope it lasts for years... Continue Reading →
I made this baby blanket for a colleague's baby shower. I used Bernat softee and a G hook. I added a simple dc ruffle edge and made it as a giant granny square.
I haven't posted anything in a while but I have been working on many projects. One thing I recently completed is this fleece baby blanket. I used Northland Comfy Fleece and the recommended crochet hook. It's basically a giant solid granny square.
Finished this very simple baby blanket last week and have heard it's a hit! I used yard sale yarn so I don't know what brand it was but it worked up quickly 🙂 thanks for the yarn, Teresa!
Finished this little baby blanket/afghan! It turned out a little funky with the colors but that makes it more unique 🙂
This was commissioned and I used Caron Simply Soft in two shades of blue and white and did a basic crochet shell stitch throughout. The border is one round of single crochet in blue, then double crochet in white, then a picot for the border. There are 17 shells across and then 11 rows of... Continue Reading →