A pink and green crocheted afghan sitting on top of a box.

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It’s still cold outside, so what can be better than a cozy, cuddly blanket with a lovely texture and great colors? Not much, so that’s why here are two classic coverlet or baby blankets to suit your wintertime fancy.

Classic Coverlet Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

The classic coverlet blanket is a lovely piece that has a wonderful wavy edge and a great, ridged surface that’s simply fabulous to the touch. Coupled with the gentle pastel hues, this blanket is a perfect match for any classic interior or nursery. In addition, it’s also a fun project to make, relaxing and  wholesome.

Skills: Easy          Designer: Lion Brand Yarn

classic coverlet Baby Blanket free crochet pattern crochet pattern

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Classic Coverlet

Mile A Minute Baby Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

When universal crochet recipes are called for, a mix of white and blue is a great choice to make a blanket for your baby prince or princess! As you can see, you can join any color with white to get a delightful blanket. Pastels are definitely recommended for nurseries! The link to the free pattern is under the photo.

Skills: Easy Designer: Caron Design Team

Mile a Minute Baby Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

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Mile a Minute Baby Afghan

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