If you are looking to accessorize your nursery, blankets are a great way to do so. They are pretty cheerful and yet still practical. Today`s collection of Stripey Crochet Baby Blankets may give you some ideas. The repeating patterns can be easily memorized so you can finish the projects in no time. These blankets are great ideas for baby showers and baby gifts too. And because such blankets are handmade, they will be cherished by the receiver for many years to come. I like that the colors here are unisex. The greens and blues are still very soothing and suitable for either boys or girls. Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on our Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
striped crochet baby blanket Patterns
1. Crochet Mixed Stripes Baby Blanket
Designers from Daisy Farm Crafts know that simplicity is absolutely the best when it comes to baby blankets. Their newest creation is an updated version of their old design, for which the yarn has been discontinued. Two things make this blanket unique – a herringbone stitch variation and the fact that you crochet it lengthwise.
Level: beginner Author: Daisy Farm Crafts
photo by Daisy Farm Crafts / daisyfarmcrafts.com
Find this pattern on daisyfarmcrafts.com.
2. Mandala Baby Blanket
Kylee combined the two things that go together perfectly – multicolored yarn and delicate texture. Her baby blanket uses one cake of colorful Lion Brand Mandala yarn and a technique called bean stitch. This one-row repeat pattern is definitely the one you’ll be mindlessly crocheting while watching your favorite TV show.
Level: beginner Author: Kylee Keller
photo by Kylee Keller / ravelry.com
3. Dreamweaver Baby Blanket
Esther chose four colors of Hoooked Soft Cotton DK yarn and made this cute little blanket. As you can see, the colorful stripes have two little lines that make the whole piece look more interesting. Practice your basic crochet stitches and make a lovely gift for someone you love.
Level: beginner Author: Esther Dijkstra
photo by Esther Dijkstra / ravelry.com
4. Poppy’s Blanket
Zig-zaggy structure of the spike stitch and the contrasting spikes make Carmen’s blanket a real treat. While it sounds and looks complicated, it truly is not and you will fall in love with the spike stitch as soon as you try it. Choose a similar color palette, or try something else – pastels, maybe?
Level: upper beginner Author: Carmen Heffernan
photo by Carmen Heffernan / ravelry.com
5. Spring To Life Baby Blanket
Bobble and V stitches give this blanket a beautiful texture and a stripey pattern. Greens and blues go well together, making the blanket very comforting and also unisex. This is such a cool pattern by Sarah Ruane!
Level: upper beginner Author: Sarah Ruane
6. Tooty Stripey Blanket
This stripey blanket designed by Tina’s Allsorts is reversible and has a great mixture of stitches. This provides different textures, of course, making the blanket very interesting.
Level: intermediate Author: Tina’s Allsorts
7. Happy Hues Sampler Baby Blanket
Baby blanket with a nice selection of stitches that give it a lovely texture at the same time. Choose the colors that go well with the nursery, you can even go for a solid one too. After you have decided, follow the instructions by Nadia Fuad!
Level: upper beginner Author: Nadia Fuad
8. Henry’s Baby Blanket
A modern blanket with bold colors will work great for either boy or girl. The green, gray, and blue here are still unisex but opt for other colors if you please. Rebecca Langford’s crochet patterns for baby blankets rock!
Level: upper beginner Author: Rebecca Langford
9. Greyson Baby Blanket
This baby blanket by Tamara Kelly has a ripple pattern that creates rows of alternating waves and straight lines. Very interesting and catches your eye instantly.
Level: upper beginner Author: Tamara Kelly
10. Striped Baby Blanket
Hi there, crochet-loving parents and grandparents! Are you taking a short break for bold colors and cute appliques? We all are in the mood for simplicity and timeless motifs sometimes, even when it comes to crochet patterns for baby blankets. This one by @itsjustastitch is so great!
Level: upper beginner Author: itsjustastitch
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