Tasha Margette Reynolds
10 Adorable Crochet Baby Blankets Roundup

We’ve scoured the internet for the most adorable crochet baby blanket patterns and they are free!

These projects are great to crochet while we are all in quarantine, and if you haven’t checked out Happily Hooked Magazine yet, here is what we are all about from our beautiful social media guru Sam.

10 Adorable Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns

1.  Wrap Me In Sunshine Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

“This pattern works beautifully with the Lion Brand Cupcake yarn. The Cupcake yarn is similar to the Lion Brand Mandala yarn line — self-striping gradient, same weight acrylic and yardage. Essentially Mandala, Mandala Baby, Mandala Sparkle (smaller yardage in the Sparkle) and Cupcake are interchangeable in patterns.” ~ Nana’s Crafty Home

Wrap Me Up in Sunshine Blanket by Nana's Crafty Home

Wrap Me Up in Sunshine Blanket by Nana’s Crafty Home

2. Fast, Free, Easy Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern

This fast, free, easy crochet baby blanket pattern is wonderful.  It is so nice to come across a pattern that is simple and elegant looking at the same time.

“This crochet baby blanket pattern includes instructions for three sizes: preemie, newborn, and toddler. Instructions list the smallest size first with changes for the larger sizes noted in parentheses.” ~ The Spruce Crafts


3. Single Crochet Baby Blanket by GretchKal’s Yarny Adventures

This absolutely simple single crochet baby blanket is a great pattern to use for creating a quick newborn blanket.

“Gauge is not important for this project. Use a tape measure to determine how many stitches and rows to create to achieve your desired size blanket.” ~ GretchKal’s Yarny Adventures


4. The Paintbox Blanket by the Patchwork Heart

This beautiful patchwork blanket has instructions for modifying the size for newborn and baby blankets.

The Paintbox Blanket by the Patchwork Heart

The Paintbox Blanket by the Patchwork Heart

5.  Polar Bear Cub Crochet C2C Blanket

Measuring 32 x 32 inches, the Polar Bear Club Crochet C2C blanket is a great size for a baby.  If you want to create this smaller for the recommended size of 24″ x 24″ – you can create it using Mini C2C.  Learn how to Mini C2C here.

6.  Soft Granite Blanket by Moogly

The Soft Granite Blanket is super easy to make – just chains and single crochets.” ~ Moogly Blog

7.  Hudson Blanket:  Modern Hexagon Baby Blanket

“This is the Hudson Blanket, a super easy crochet baby blanket pattern that has just the right pop of color. The entire blanket is made up using a simple hexagon pattern and then it’s seamed together.” – The Blue Elephants

Hudson Baby Blanket by The Blue Elephants

Hudson Baby Blanket by The Blue Elephants


8.  Starburst Blankie by Lion Brand

This beautiful pattern is so colorful and soft and perfect for a baby.  You can find the pattern here.

9.  Crochet Dreamz – Elephant Crochet Pattern

“The crochet blanket is squishy, chunky, free pattern is a super-fast project perfect for beginners..” ~ Crochet Dreamz

10.  Puffy Patch Blanket Crochet Pattern

The Puffy Patch Blanket is a unique take on a regular flat patchwork blanket with lovely padding.

“It is a puffy, patchy, polka-dotty quilt that makes me want to snuggle up under. Perfect for a baby, toddler, play mat, and in a crib.” ~ The Felted Button.

Puffy Patch Blanket by the Felted Button

Puffy Patch Blanket by the Felted Button


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10 Adorable Crochet Baby Blankets Roundup



Tasha Margette Reynolds


I am a crochet blogger & designer, so happy to be a part of the Happily Hooked Team! In my spare time, I love to roller skate and spend time with my family, and crochet my heart away.

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