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Pink Puff Baby Blankets Free Patterns

Pink Puff Baby Blankets Free Patterns

Braided Puff Baby Blanket

Simple, sweet, sophisticated! We are amazed at how brilliantly this pattern combines these three qualities. If you want to make an elegant baby shower gift for a special friend, this design is exactly what you have been looking for. Puff stitch and cables work so well together!

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Skill: upper beginner Designer: Laura Wilson

Braided Puff Baby Blanket

Go to the full article about the pattern and to the photo:

Braided Puff Baby Blanket

More info here.

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Peppermint Puff Baby Blanket

A baby blanket needs to be warm, but also light and airy. The Peppermint Puff Baby Blanket is all of these things! It is highly attractive and stylish too! Make one for your bundle of joy, and you will be the star of the playground. Make one for your friend’s baby, and you will be the favorite auntie forever. This blanket can be made in any color to suit the baby’s character, their mom’s taste, and their nursery decor. The link to the free pattern is below.

Skill: intermediate Designer: Kim Biddix

pink and white puff stitch baby blanket
photo: Caron International

Go to the full article about the pattern and to the photo:

Peppermint Puff Baby Blanket

More info here.

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2 comments

Patricia 14 September 2019 at 6:23 pm

Hello, I’m working on the peppermint puff baby blanket but I’m having a hard time with the turning edge. It looks like I dropped stitches but I havent. It’s not staying even/straight. Putting ends together the turning edge is about 2 inches shorter than the other edge. I’ve torm it out once thinking it was my fault, but I wrote down every roe I did and made sure I followed the directions for turning to go to the next row. Any advice? I have made many blankets but never had this happen.

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CATHE BARRON 19 April 2020 at 12:56 am

Before you go to the pattern there is a link “more realization of this pattern’ that leads to Ravelry…try you question there as I see no one has answered here.

The link is the next one where it says here’s the link to the pattern…I hope I explained that correctly. What it comes down to is go to Ravelry.

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