Adorable Knitted Baby Blankets – Free Patterns
Looking for new ideas and unique patterns to try? Yes! These Adorable Knitted Baby Blankets have it all. You’ll love learning new stitches and techniques! Baby blankets are the best for practicing. Why? Because they’re small and quick to whip up. They are also great projects to use up leftover yarn! Especially the blankets you see below. Pastel color combinations look like a sweet treat! Such accessories will brighten up any nursery. Moreover, they have soft and squishy textures. They make beautiful baby gifts because handmade items are always cherished. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Cable Knitted Baby Blankets and Sheep Baby Blanket Ideas.
Treetops Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern
The butterfly stitch creates an interesting pattern as well as a unique texture. Pastel stripes work lovely for the baby blanket and a simple single color border completes it. Awesome author Darlene Dale nailed this project, evidently!
Level: beginner Author: Darlene Dale
The original pattern is on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.
Entrelac Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern
This blanket is knitted in entrelac technique that creates a stunning pattern. It looks adorable in pastel colors! And the texture? Oh, it makes it so cozy. We are big fans of the talent of this designer, Cheryl Beckerich.
Level: intermediate Author: Cheryl Beckerich
The original pattern is on Cascade Yarns. More info on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.
Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern
This baby blanket pattern is the perfect basic, without a doubt! Every knitter surely needs in the repertoire of go-to stitches. If you are expecting a new family member, you know what to do. Uschka Weisgerber’s instructions are all you need! Simple as that!
Level: upper beginner Author: Uschka Weisgerber
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.