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Little Hoot the Owl Crochet Baby Blanke


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Full PDF pattern including notes, instructions, and step-by-step photos for creating this adorable baby blanket with owl applique! Simply swap blue for pink or purple and you have a lovely baby girl blanket. Skill Level: Easy Intermediate Stitches: You should already know how to complete a chain, slip stitch, single crochet, half double crochet and double crochet. There are also some single crochet increases and decreases when making appliques. However, there are helpful photos and a link to my free how-to-crochet videos. Finished Size: 28" by 34" The pattern is written in American terms. All my patterns are my original copyright, so the pattern is for personal use only. Thanks! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, read basic patterns GAUGE Gauge is not particularly important when making a baby blanket, but to ensure your blanket is the size listed, there are 12 stitches and 7 rows over 4" of the shell pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 28" x 34" SUGGESTED YARN 800 yards of Worsted weight

Supplies Needed

  • Red Heart Super Saver Yarn
  • size I/5.50mm crochet hook

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Cute Kids Crochet
Cute Kids Crochet
I crocheted my first afghan at 10 years old, and was immediately "hooked". My two young children constantly inspire me to develop new, modern, kid's designs that are fun to make. I love all things crochet and experimenting with new pattern design. I aim to blend the traditional craft of crochet with the modern advances in technology to spread the love of crafting one pattern at a time. I have a degree in teaching and I myself love learning new crafts. All my patterns include step-by-step photos to help you along the way. Visit or subscribe to my CuteKids Crochet channel on Youtube for free instructional crochet videos. In addition to my self-published patterns, I have pattern books available from Leisure Arts and Annie's Attic, as well as various designs published in Crochet Magazines.