Happy Kids’ Blankets with Free Knitting Patterns

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One author of free knitting patterns, two lovely Happy Kids’ Blankets! This name reflects the reality, without a doubt! The selection of patterns by Amy Bahrt we are sharing with you today includes everything kids love about handmade blankets. Vivid colors, soft fabrics, and awesome patterns. We have one option for the kids that are fascinated with city traffic and one for all the little sealife-lovers. So exciting, isn’t it? Free knitting patterns for kids’ blankets rock! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

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If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Warm Days Baby Blankets and Basketweave Baby Blankets.

Fishy Wishy Afghan Free Knitting Pattern

Turn your little one’s bedroom into a wonderful underwater world with this pattern for Fishy Wishy Afghan. It is so simple! Along with other marine-inspired handmade accessories, it will completely change the character of your nursery. Well then, do you have enough blue yarn in your stash?

Level: upper beginner Author: Amy Bahrt

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The original pattern is on Lion Brand here. More info about this version made by Ritaofcalif and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Traffic Throw Free Knitting Pattern

Colorful cars and traffic lights, what an awesome idea for a blanket! This soft knit wonder will certainly help you become the uncontested queen of baby shower gifts! This project requires some experience, but you will surely master it in no time. Just like all the other awesome free knitting patterns for kids’ blankets before!

Level: upper beginner Author: Amy Bahrt

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The original pattern is on Lion Brand here. More info about this version made by Salmonmac and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Train Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

This pattern is so simple and yet so awesome! Amy Bahrt designed a classic knitted blanket for Cascade Yarns, now it’s time for you to make your own versions! Christmas is coming. Don’t you need a gift idea for a special little girl or boy in the family?

Level: upper beginner Author: Amy Bahrt

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The original pattern and the photos are on Cascade Yarns here. More info on Ravelry here.

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