Knitted Animal Baby Blankets – Free Patterns

Children love animals, therefore it is a great idea to feature them in patterns for children’s clothing and accessories. Our selection of patterns for Knitted Animal Baby Blankets by Cascade Yarns will surely inspire you to do so. Soft yarns and vivid colors will definitely make them stand out so rummage through your stash in search of the right materials. Although these blankets may look intricate, they`re in fact pretty easy to knit if you`re familiar with intarsia. Make sure that you also create textures by adding a fringed mane and plaited tail. Kids of all ages will surely adore such blankets so think about making them as a gift for family and friends. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!




If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Sheep Baby Blanket Ideas and Such Fun Knitted Socks.

Five Little Owls Free Knitting Pattern

This pattern by Amy Bahrt is both modern and cute! If you are arranging a nursery or making baby-shower gifts, you should certainly add this lovely blanket to your repertoire of knitting tricks. What will your color palette be?

Level: upper beginner Author: Amy Bahrt

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

Lion Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

Is your little one ready to welcome the king of the jungle to her or his bedroom? Without a doubt, they will rule the house together! Bold colors make this knitted lion blanket stand out. There are some fun textures that give the kids extra interest. Amy Bahrt nailed it!

Level: intermediate Author: Amy Bahrt

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

Giraffe Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

As you can see, cute giraffes and geometric motifs are the main features of this lovely blanket. There is so much to love this design by Amy Bahrt for though! The leaves create that extra texture we all love and so do manes and tails.

Level: intermediate Author: Amy Bahrt

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

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