• [Paid Pattern] This Is The Easiest Baby Blanket In The World To Make (And Really Beautiful Too!)

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     If you’ve never worked with super-bulky yarn before, you’ll be amazed how quickly this blanket is coming together! This blanket is not only very easy to make, this stitch makes crocheting beautiful projects easy and quick! Done in a Jiffy Baby Blanket by Marie Anne St. Jean is the perfect go-to pattern for last minute baby shower gifts! This fantastic and really pretty stitch pattern is quick to work up in one color and looks amazingly beautiful!

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    Materials used

    Lion Brand Baby’s First Yarn, 6 skeins to complete pattern as written. Color used in photo is Beanstalk, which is a pretty pea-green color.

    Size M (9.0 mm) crochet hook

    [Free Pattern] This Is The Easiest Baby Blanket In The World To Make (And Really Beautiful Too!)

    Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Marie Anne St. Jean 

    Thanks to Marie Anne St. Jean for the article inspiration and featured image.

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    149 Comments to [Paid Pattern] This Is The Easiest Baby Blanket In The World To Make (And Really Beautiful Too!)

      • dailycrochet

        Phyllis , the pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern OR you can find it just below the picture where it says: Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at …..followed by the proper link. Hope this helps!

        • paula voss

          I cant get to the pattern tried several times. takes me to AXS. where can I get it even if Ihave to pay for it. You should have a link directily to the pattern and not all this drama trying to get it. Please help.

          • dailycrochet

            Hi Paula, sorry for the late answer, I was not sure what’s happening. Indeed, the Examiner site redirects to AXS starting a few days ago. Apparently, they took the Examiner site down, therefore the patterns are not available for the moment. I redirected the links to ravelry where the designer has her own page and I guess for now we’ll just wait to see where this pattern is going to be made available, hopefully pretty soon. Sorry for the inconvenience, will update asap. Thank you!

          • dailycrochet

            Hi Vee, sorry for the late answer, I was not sure what’s happening. Indeed, the Examiner site redirects to AXS starting a few days ago. Apparently, they took the Examiner site down, therefore the patterns are not available for the moment. I redirected the links to ravelry where the designer has her own page and I guess for now we’ll just wait to see where this pattern is going to be made available, hopefully pretty soon. Sorry for the inconvenience, will update asap. Thank you!

    1. This is actually what it is. Scroll down and you’ll see how to do the “mixed grit stitch.” The pattern uses this stitch and a discontinued yarn, so if you want to closely replicate the picture, use a bulky yarn and the size hook that’s called for on the yarn label.

    2. Have you done any of the CAL’s ( crochet along) I stumbled on them last week. They post sections of the pattern every 2 weeks and then you have time to do the motifs before the next part. Check out Stylecraft. Com they come out of the U.K. And there is even a FB page so you can share your progress and discuss any questions you have with others all over the world.

    3. You can search on ravelry.com for “done in a jiffy” baby blanket. I have this same pattern on Pinterest but when I followed the link it will not open for me either and I know that I have printed it from there myself.

    4. Oh, it’s a perfectly good stitch pattern. I guess I was referring to the fact that the pattern itself isn’t really necessary.
      I was also being pretty snarky. Maybe I was having a bad day?

    5. Renata, the pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern OR you can find it just below the picture where it says: Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at …..followed by the proper link. Hope this helps!

    6. Lila, the pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern OR you can find it just below the picture where it says: Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at …..followed by the proper link. Hope this helps!

    7. Yes, it does help. Thank you for responding. I was getting a little frustrated there. I’ve gotten familiar with your page and I really do like it very much. It’s my favorite crochet page. DailyCrochet.co

    8. This is called the blanket stitch. There is a free pattern just google it. Here’s the one I made in pink. I used Caron simply soft in soft pink.

    9. Click on Daily Crochet.com and scroll down to Marie Anne St. Jean on Examiner link then scroll down to the pattern. Just completed it. Blanket is beautiful! Wish I had the pattern for the hat!.

    10. aterials used

      Lion Brand Baby’s First Yarn, 6 skeins to complete pattern as written. Color used in photo is Beanstalk, which is a pretty pea-green color.

      Size M (9.0 mm) crochet hook

      NOTE: There was a disparity in the hook size that has been corrected. The pattern calls for an M hook with the bulky yarn.

      Abbreviations

      Ch = chain
      Sk = skip
      St = stitch
      SC = single crochet
      DC = double crochet

      Done in a Jiffy Baby Blanket Pattern

      With size M crochet hook and Baby’s First yarn, ch 79.

      Row 1: DC in third ch from hook, *sk 1 st, SC and DC in next stitch (both in same stitch), repeat from * across, ending with sk 1 st, SC in last stitch. Ch 2, turn.

      Row 2: DC in first st (turning ch counts as the SC), *sk 1 st, SC and DC in next stitch (both in same stitch), repeat from * across, ending with sk 1 st, SC in last stitch/turning ch. Ch 2, turn.

      Repeat row 2 for entire pattern until you reach the desired length. Cut yarn, weave in ends.

      You may link to this pattern in an article or blog post, giving me proper credit, but please don’t post the pattern itself. You may print one copy of this pattern for personal use, but if sharing the pattern with friends, please send them the link to the pattern instead of making additional printed copies. You may sell items made from this pattern, but please don’t sell the pattern. If you are a member of Ravelry, feel free to post your projects made with this pattern.
      HERE IS A COPY OF THE PATTERN IF YOU NEED..

    11. I tried to find that particular yarn to make this, but Lion Brand discontinued this yarn. Is there another yarn that is comparable to it? If so, please let me know. Thanks. I want to make it for my niece who is expecting her first child.

    12. The patterns you post are great. I belong to a prayer shawl ministry and we knit and crochet prayer shawls and baptismal blankets and the patterns are very helpful.

    13. This is my Mom’s baby blanket, afghan, scarf, etc pattern and it’s 45 yrs old. Mom made this for all our children, and all our grandchildren. I’ve been making this is all sizes for over 30 yrs myself.

    14. Marie Gaudet Bliven no this is the pattern I used. I couldn’t find the yarn it called for do I found the baby bee yarn at hobbie lobbie and I love it

        • dailycrochet

          Hi Kristine, sorry for the late answer, I was not sure what’s happening. Indeed, the Examiner site redirects to AXS starting a few days ago. Apparently, they took the Examiner site down, therefore the patterns are not available for the moment. I redirected the links to ravelry where the designer has her own page and I guess for now we’ll just wait to see where this pattern is going to be made available, hopefully pretty soon. Sorry for the inconvenience, will update asap. Thank you!

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