Oh, Baby! 15 Crocheted Baby Blanket Patterns You’ll Love

It seems like everyone I know is expecting a baby, which means I have a lot of baby items on my to-crochet list for the fall and winter. Blankets are one of the items I gift a lot, since it seems parents can never have too many. They need one for the nursery, one for the car, one for grandma’s house, and lots of extras in case the baby, ahem, makes a mess on one of them.

When I crochet a blanket, I want to make sure it’s extra special and doesn’t look store bought.

Here, I’ve rounded up my favorite Craftsy crocheted baby blankets. There’s something for every baby, from the elegant baby girl to the monkey-loving baby boy.

Blue Blanket Draped Over Wooden Box

Photo via TooCuteCrochet

1. Build-a-Shell Baby Blanket

The popular shell stitch makes for a very pretty blanket. If you’re an experienced crocheter, you’ll complete this project in no time. Beginners can crochet this, too, and by the time you’re finished, you’ll know single crochet, half-double crochet, and double crochet like the back of your hand!

Woman's Feet on Crocheted Rug

Photo via FeltedButton

2. Let’s Twirl Baby Blanket and Rug

Already know the color scheme of the nursery? Whip up a matching blanket and rug. You’ll get bonus points if the baby’s parents are fans of movie You’ve Got Mail, because designer Susan Carlson named this pattern after the scene in the movie where Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks discuss twirling.

Photo via TwoSeasideBabes

3. Crochet Monkey Blanket

It doesn’t get much cuter than this. The stitches in this blanket are basic crochet stitches, but designer TwoSeasideBabes warns that the construction requires a bit more skill, so it’s recommended for an intermediate to expert crocheter. If you don’t know the baby’s sex, you can easily turn this pattern into a unisex baby blanket with gender-neutral colors like yellow and green.

White Crochet Blanket with Colorful 3-D Hats

Photo via Mari Martin

4. Mini Hat Crocheted Baby Blanket

This is the prefect project if you’re trying to de-stash your scrap yarn. Go color crazy with these mini hats, or go basic and crochet each hat the same color. Either way, this is a unique blanket you won’t find in any store.

Baby Laying on Bright Yellow Round Blanket

Photo via MarieInNYC

5. Sunshine of Your Love Blanket and Pillow

I love baby blankets that are shaped like circles. The baby hanging out on the blanket increases the cute factor even more! If you’re not feeling inspired by the colors of the sun, try another color family by mixing a light hue with a dark hue and see what you can come up with.

Blanket Corner with Pink Ladybug Detail

Photo via Poochie Baby

6. Ladybug Receiving Blanket

A ladybug makes everything instantly better — well, everything except maybe dirty diapers. Add just one ladybug, or make several and attach them all over the blanket.

Baby Blanket FREE Crochet Pattern

Photo via AnnmariesCrochetBlog

7. Baby Blanket

Use up those scrap yarns! Just make sure you’re choosing scrap yarns that are washable to make caring for this blanket simple. You can use a totally different yarn weight for the border, if you’d like.

Neapolitan Chevron Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

Photo via Propwise Babies

8. Neapolitan Chevron Baby Blanket

This blanket is reminiscent of that yummy three-flavor ice cream we all loved so much as kids. Of course, you don’t have to stick to the strawberry-chocolate-vanilla color combination. Chevrons looks great in practically any hue.

Granny's Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

Photo via Farm Girl Teacher

9. Granny’s Baby Blanket

Did your grandma make beautiful crochet blankets? If so, this is a tribute to her. Use your softest yarns, including scraps, to whip up this vintage-inspired blanket.

Beach Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

Photo via LittleMonkeyShop

10. Beach Baby Blanket

This modern version of the chevron looks great when you use big blocks of color. It also means less ends to weave in! The blanket is a classic, so if you like the one that you stitched up for baby, consider making one for your sofa, too!

FREE Crocodile Stitch Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

Photo via bonitapatterns

11. Crocodile Stitch Baby Blanket

The crocodile stitch is seriously trendy — just check out our Crocodile Stitch Patterns for proof. If this is your first time trying the crocodile stitch, follow along with our Crocodile Stitch Tutorial to get you started.

Broad Stripe Baby Blanket FREE Crochet Pattern

Photo via TheInspiredWren

12. Broad Stripe Baby Blanket

The textured stitch of this blanket provides lots of much-needed drape so you can wrap up baby. Plus, the texture works well for both boys and girls, so you can start on this blanket before you even know the gender of the baby.

Apphia Blanket FREE Crochet Pattern

Photo via Yummytripletmum

13. Apphia Blanket

Have you ever crocheted a blanket that just seems like you’re repeating the same thing over and over? This blanket is not one of those patterns. The designer switches up the texture every now and then to keep you on your toes.

Citrus Stripe Blanket FREE Crochet Pattern

Photo via FeltedButton

14. Citrus Strip Blanket

Fruity colors like these can suit baby boys and girls. That’s good news for parents who might want to hand this blanket down to their next baby! You can also customize the size of the stripes or the size of the blanket to create one that’s exactly the right size for your sweet little one.

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Photo via JessieAtHome

15. Joseph’s Puff Stitch Blanket

Designer JessieAtHome points out that babies love to play with the textured puffs of this blanket. You’ll memorize the stitch pattern easily, so this is a great blanket to take along to your stitch group.

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9 Responses to “Oh, Baby! 15 Crocheted Baby Blanket Patterns You’ll Love”
  1. Lori
    Lori

    Total scam. Have been waiting for months for these so called patterns. Please DO NOT pay anything to get the “subscription.”

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      Hi Lori. Thank you for contacting us. We are still working on loading content onto the site. Once the pattern that you are looking for is uploaded there will be a button just below the description that says, “Make it” or “Get the Pattern”. I apologize for the inconvenience.
      Jean
      Craftsy

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  2. Beth Duncan
    Beth Duncan

    Why list as a pattern when there are NO PATTERNS? When can we expect to be able to get these. I’ll have to look elsewhere for the baby shower this month!! Glad i didn’t pay very much for this membership!

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi Beth. We are still working on loading content onto the site. Once the pattern that you are looking for is uploaded there will be a button just below the description that says, “Make it” or “Get the Pattern”. I apologize for the inconvenience.
      Jean
      Craftsy

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  3. Jenny Teders
    Jenny Teders

    How do I get the patterns for these? I see several people have asked the same thing for over a month now! I am a new subscription. This is not what I thought I would be going up against. Please let me know how to get patterns or why you don’t have them available.

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      Hello Jenny,

      We are still working on adding the free content. I apologize for the wait.

      If you have any additional questions, please email or contact Customer Service at 888-891-7203.

      Sincerely,

      Lindsay
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    • Customer Service
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      Hello Rachel,

      I apologize but we are still working on loading content onto the site. If a link or download is not working for you, please attempt your access again in a few weeks.

      If you have any additional questions, please email or contact Customer Service at 888-891-7203.

      Sincerely,

      Lindsay
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      • Emilie
        Emilie

        It has been over a month since this response and the patterns are still not loaded. There are no links at all. I have been waiting/hoping to to see the pattern for the first one. Any update or way to provide it directly?

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