[Free Pattern] This Blanket Works Up Fast And Is Simple Enough For Beginners!

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Waiting for the perfect pattern to show up? Check out this Baby’s Best Bumpy Blanket by Tanya Naser! Don’t you just love this stitch pattern? It works up super fast and easy and the texture is unbelievable beautiful. This pattern is very versatile when it comes to hook, yarn and sizing choices.

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This blanket is my HANDS-DOWN favorite for baby because of the touchable texture of the fabric. You (and baby) won’t be able to resist patting this one!

Perfect for baby showers and birthday gifts, this blanket works up FAST and is simple enough for beginners!

Baby's Best Bumpy Blanket by Tanya Naser

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44 Comments to [Free Pattern] This Blanket Works Up Fast And Is Simple Enough For Beginners!

    • dailycrochet

      Needle and yarn
      Hook
      10.0 mm (N/P)

      Yarn

      Yarn
      Caron Simply Soft Brites
      How much?
      1.5 skeins = 432.1 meters (472.5 yards), 255 grams
      Colorway
      2608 Blue Mint

      Yarn
      Caron Simply Soft Brites
      How much?
      1.5 skeins = 432.1 meters (472.5 yards), 255 grams
      Colorway
      2607 Limelight

      Yarn
      Caron Simply Soft Brites
      How much?
      1.5 skeins = 432.1 meters (472.5 yards), 255 grams
      Colorway
      2605 Mango

      Yarn
      Caron Simply Soft Brites

      Yarn
      Caron Simply Soft Brites
      How much?
      1.5 skeins = 432.1 meters (472.5 yards), 255 grams
      Colorway
      2606 Lemonade
      Notes
      I made this double stranded to get the gradient color change. The blanket is 14 rows of solid color, double stranded, then seven rows of mixed color double stranded.

      Source:http://www.ravelry.com/projects/missjackson68516/babys-best-bumpy-blanket

  1. This is a great rug. Does anyone know what to put on the back to make it a rug, like a finish that’s washable too? Do we sew on some of that waffle-y non skid stuff and air dry it? What about vacuuming? I want to make area rugs but don’t know and can’t find this detail anywhere!

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