Spring Baby Blanket Free Crochet Patterns

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It’s springtime for baby, and we are crocheting once more.

Without a doubt, a spring baby blanket is a great way to celebrate the season and to keep a little one comfortable and cozy. Therefore, I think that it’s absolutely the right time to crochet some fun, colorful and very useful baby blankets. Thus, each of these patterns will be a joy to plan, work up and finish off. Additionally, the real utility will shine through when you decide to take the sprog out for a walk in a pram or stroller, since it will keep them in ideal comfort.

Petal Stitch Blanket

To begin with, this is a beautiful pattern for a spring baby blanket. The petal stitch makes it look delicate and antique at the same time. Although you can’t say it’s easy-peasy to make, it is well worth your effort.  Skills: upper beginner      Designer: Daisy Farm Crafts

Petal Stitch Blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

Petal Stitch Baby Blanket

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Spring Mixer Blanket

This spring baby blanket is a real mixer and uses a beautiful set of alternating textures to highlight the various sections of the blanket. Furthermore, combined with the colors, this is a real stunner among star-shaped blankets.

Skills: Easy            Designer:  Betty McKnit

Spring Mixer Blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

Spring Mixer Blanket

Starlight Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

This beautiful spring baby blanket will be perfect in a baby crib or stroller. To summarize, its gentle, adorable colors will match and highlight any baby outfit. The blanket is approximately 33.5″ by 27.5″, but you can easily adjust it if a bigger size is needed.

Skills: Easy            Designer: Barbara Smith

Starlight Baby Blanket

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