The most popular pattern on the site for the last three years in a row, this blanket is sure to become a family heirloom. Uses the Duchess Lace stitch and a lacy border.
This blanket uses two Caron Cotton Cakes to create this gorgeous color change. The cotton yarn makes it easy to care for and the lemon peel stitch gives it a wonderful texture.
One skein of Red Heart Super Saver Ombre plus a coordinating border is all you need to create the Easy Ombre Baby Blanket. The yarn does all the colorwork for you and it works up quickly with a dc v-stitch.
Yes, you really can make this blanket in a weekend! Uses super bulky yarn and a large hook to work up extremely fast. The crunch stitch gives this blanket great texture.
Love c2c projects? Never tried one? The Quick and Easy Baby Blanket works up very quickly using Bernat Blanket yarn and a large hook. The video will walk you through how to crochet the c2c method if you've never done it before or need a refresher.
New to crochet? Want a simple project to work on while watching Netflix? The Beginner Crochet Baby Blanket is for you! Uses only single crochet for the entire project, and the video tutorial covers every step - from how to hold the yarn and tie a slip knot to the best way to weave in blanket ends.
After the popularity of the Easy Ombre Baby Blanket, we decided another one was due and this mini bean stitch blanket has also been really popular thanks to the Red Heart Super Saver Ombre yarn. Use two skeins to make this super affordable and beautiful blanket.