Easy Crochet 3D Baby Blanket Pattern

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This easy crochet 3D baby blanket pattern is easy to make and perfect for beginners.

The size of the finished product varies depending on how big you crochet whether it be a very large afghan or a smaller size blanket.

This easy crocheted afghan can be made with any type of yarn, so if you have some old yarn lying around in your house that needs to be used up or you want to experiment with something new, this easy crocheted afghan is the project for you!

Get started with this easy water wave pattern for beginners.

It's a great project if you're looking to make something quickly and don't know how!

You can easily do the 3D Crochet Baby Blanket using best practices from other crochet techniques, such as slipstitch or single crochet waves on either side of your workpiece before adding vertical rows in between them (like bricks).


Easy Crochet 3D Baby Blanket Pattern

…The brand of yarn I use is Baby wool with Himalayan antipilling feature. 3,5 mm crochet

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Easy Crochet 3D Baby Blanket Pattern
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Crochet your little ones a water-themed blanket that they will love to cuddle with.

The 3D Crochet Blanket Pattern is made up of simple stitches and can be completed quickly, making it great for beginners who want something rewarding without investing lots of time on their first project!

Happy Crocheting!

This easy beautiful crochet baby blanket pattern comes with a video tutorial only. Turn on CC when watching the video and you can read the pattern in the subtitles.

See more about this pattern: Easy Crochet 3D Baby Blanket Pattern via Tuba Arslan.

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