• [Free Pattern] How To Crochet A Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket

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    This is one of THE prettiest blankets I’ve seen in a very long time! All the colors are my favorite colors. Make this adorable baby blanket using one or more colors to get the effect you want. Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket designed by Beatrice Ryan Designs makes a great gift for new babies and dear to your heart kids.

    This Adorable Baby Blanket is Bright and Cheery!! With the easy stitching technique, the front of the blanket has a fun colored texture and the back is equally as beautiful in a smooth stripe! Photo tutorial included


    Worsted Weight Yarn ~ 1200-1800 yards. This afghan looks more amazing using 3-5 colors of yarn.  In the photo shown I used Lion Brand Pound of Love Yarn in Bubble Gum, Turquoise, Honey Yellow and Lavender.

    Hook: One Size

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    Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket Free Pattern

    rainbow-dash-baby-blanket-1_medium rainbow-dash-baby-blanket-2Image source: Beatrice Ryan Designs

    Get the free crochet pattern: Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket Free Pattern

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    29 Comments to [Free Pattern] How To Crochet A Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket

    1. Barbara Hirzel

      My Daddy loved to send me crochet patterns, all the time, through email. He passed away in November 2018 and this was the last pattern he sent me. I was going through emails from him and came across it. I decided to give it a go. I have been wanting to make a blanket that represents my dog, Sarah. She is 13 years old. I gathered a few brown shades and black yarn. Of course, I have to throw it some gray. After all, she is 13! I have been working on a large blanket with this pattern and these colors for about a week now. This is, hands down, one of my favorite blankets I have made. Both sides of the blanket are beautiful. The over stitching add such an awesome dimension. I have to stop and admire this as I am crocheting it! It’s a lot of fun to work up. I will appreciate this blanket for many years to come, for many reasons.

    2. I made this as a Christmas present for my niece. The finished product was beautiful. Since you are overstitching into rows below, it makes for a warm blanket. It was well worth the effort!