Baby blankets are practical gifts for new parents. There are many beautiful patterns to choose from but these Baby Blankets with Lovely Edgings are definitely among the cutest. Not only are they cozy and warm but also very decorative. It`s certainly that edging detail that completes the whole look. Therefore, whenever you want your blanket to look unique, choose an unusual border to finish it off. For example, a stunning reverse shell stitch will surely give it a special touch. On the other hand, you can decorate a simple scalloped border with a ribbon that you weave through and tie a bow in the corner. Which one will you choose for your next project? Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
After the Storm Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Rainbow colors make every crochet project vibrate with energy and a youthful spirit! This design proves that, can you feel it? The edging is absolutely awesome too, so you should definitely add it to your pattern library for later!
Level: beginner Author: Sarah Blackston
Corner to Corner Baby Afghan Free Pattern
Textured diagonal stripes in these delicious pastel colors look absolutely adorable, especially if you’re working on a baby blanket. Add a reverse shell stitch edging and you will definitely get a perfect accessory for your nursery.
Level: beginner Author: of this blanket: yarnqueen
Tiramisu Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Although this is one of the simplest blankets, the ribbon weaved through the edging gives it a touch of luxury. Make it and gift to someone close to you or keep for yourself. Actually, why don’t you do both?
Level: beginner Author: Alicia Paulson
Granny Rectangle and Easy Peasy Colour Border Free Crochet Pattern
Hi there, crochet beginners! Are you in the mood for some wonderful crafts? Well, obviously! You will have plenty of fun while learning this pattern by Wendy Poole. It is such a classic. Granny rectangles and borders are the base of our skills!
Level: beginner Author: Wendy Poole