A pink and purple ombre baby blanket crocheted in afghan style.

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Ombre… it’s all about the transitions.

While crisp and contrasting color edges are fun and useful, sometimes it’s great to see a gentle, gradient transition from one hue to the next. In fact, each large ombre project is a journey, you just don’t know when one color becomes another, but you’re sure happy to keep exploring. Have a look at these ombre baby blanket ideas, and see why. Moreover, because they are beautiful, hand-made articles, they will also be highly prized as a gift.

Lotus Flower Blanket – Round Ombre Baby Blanket

So, here are some girly vibes. Indeed, this is a combination of the absolute sweetest colors. Powder pink transforms into lilac and violet, and who wouldn’t love this? Not us, certainly. The stitching in this timeless blanket pattern absolutely speaks for itself, doesn’t it?

Designer: Hooked by Robin

Lotus Flower Blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

Lotus Flower Blanket

Info about this version here.

Grace – Square Ombre Baby Blanket

The grace blanket is a wonderful example of how to highlight an ombre color gradient baby blanket with a variegated texture. In essence, it’s just about the prefect combination of colors and textures to beautify any nursery, or any other room as this blanket can be sized to any needed dimension.

Designer:  Lucia Stepankova

Grace Blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

Grace Blanket

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