• [Free Crochet Patterns] This Is By Far The Fastest And Easiest Crochet Baby Blanket You’ll Ever Make!

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    This crochet baby blanket is a beginner-friendly pattern and can be done in about 11-12 hours. Of course, if this is your first project and it takes longer, don’t beat yourself up. Learning a skill takes time. This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls and is made using only two crochet stitches: single crochet and chain stitch.

    Fast Easy Crochet Baby Blanket Sizes:

    I’ve included three blanket sizes for you to choose from: preemie, newborn and toddler. Instructions are written for the smallest size, and changes for the larger sizes are noted in parentheses.

    [Free Crochet Patterns] This Is By Far The Fastest And Easiest Crochet Baby Blanket You'll Ever Make!

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    1,332 Comments to [Free Crochet Patterns] This Is By Far The Fastest And Easiest Crochet Baby Blanket You’ll Ever Make!

        • Click on the link in the first paragraph under the picture…”Fast Easy Baby Blanket”

          • dailycrochet

            Susan, please click on the words: “Fast Easy Baby Blanket” to get to the pattern’s page. Hope this helps!

        • On the 2nd page under all the writing is a section that says Get the FULL WRITTEN PATTERN for this Fast Easy Crochet Baby Blanket pattern with all the directions at: About…You have to read to and follow the link it gives you…..

        • Get the FULL WRITTEN PATTERN for this Fast Easy Crochet Baby Blanket pattern with all the directions at: About. Click on the highlighted About.

        • Carol A Hobart

          Near the bottom in large print it says Get the FULL WRITTEN PATTERN for this Fast Easy Crochet Baby Blanket pattern with all the directions at: About Click on the link for About.

    1. @[100008307705814:2048:Peggy Burden] and @[1774262263:2048:Deb Barnett], where is says “This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay… please click the name of the pattern. The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern. Hope this helps.

      • Pam Leger

        At the end of the row, do you sc, ch1 and turn or do you sc, ch1 and then ch1 for the turning chain?

    2. @[1317712828:2048:Chris Pollock], @[1392576097:2048:Velda Lewis], @[100008307705814:2048:Peggy Burden], @[1774262263:2048:Deb Barnett], where it says :This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay…. please click the name of the pattern : Fast Easy Baby Blanket. Hope this helps.

      • It tells you where to click to get the pattern, read the entire article- it’s not rocket science. lol

    3. Where it says :This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay…. please click the name of the pattern : Fast Easy Baby Blanket. to get to the pattern’s page, then scroll all the way down.

    4. Sarah,where it says :This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay…. please click the name of the pattern : Fast Easy Baby Blanket. to get to the pattern’s page, then scroll all the way down.

    5. @[1370486867:2048:Pat Nichols],where it says :This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay…. please click the name of the pattern : Fast Easy Baby Blanket. to get to the pattern’s page, then scroll all the way down.

    6. @[100004998333111:2048:Lynda B. Rodriguez] please click the name of the pattern : Fast Easy Baby Blanket. to get to the pattern’s page, then scroll all the way down.

    7. linda h hoffmann

      I clicked on the highlighted word “source” and it took me right to the pattern. I then copied and pasted it to my crochet file. Hope this helps someone.

      • dailycrochet

        Gwen, Where it says :This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay…. please click the name of the pattern : Fast Easy Baby Blanket. to get to the pattern’s page, then scroll all the way down.

    8. Denise, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

    9. @[1544363181:2048:Carol R Haddon], where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

    10. @[100004995153176:2048:Debbie Akers], where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

    11. @[100007043320895:2048:Susan Sweat], where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

        • dailycrochet

          Sharon, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

      • dailycrochet

        Carmela,where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

    12. @[1240958476:2048:Carmela], where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

    13. @[100000654372662:2048:Lollie], where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

      • dailycrochet

        Deborah, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

    14. I clicked on the highlighted Fast Easy Baby Blanket, scrolled down to the pattern, highlighted the instructions, copied and pasted the pattern to a word doc, saved. Also, copied a pic of the blanket and pasted to my doc.
      Going to make the blanket, later. Good pattern.

    15. Deborah, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

    16. @[100002510330790:2048:Sandra], where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

    17. @[100005666500291:2048:Caren], where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

      • dailycrochet

        Pattie, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

    18. @[100000051953824:2048:Pam], where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

      • dailycrochet

        Marie, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Hope it helps.

    19. I gave up for days I’ve been going to the link you told me its a shame but I couldn’t get it I would’ve like to learn to crochet this baby blanket!!! :#sad beginner

    20. @[100004998333111:2048:Lynda], where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

    21. For all of you complaining about not being able to see the pattern. If you would have clicked on the part that says : “This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls and is made using only two crochet stitches: single crochet and chain stitch.” There is a hyperlink embedded on the words “Fast Easy Baby Blanket” takes you straight to the pattern site… here is the link in case you still can’t find it.

      http://crochet.about.com/od/babypatterns/a/fast-easy-crochet-baby-blanket-for-beginners.htm

      • Most I saw were not “complaining” merely stating they could not find the pattern. Actually I couldn’t find it either but I did see a few others telling HOW to find it and they didn’t try to insult those that had a hard time.

    22. @[100000983340654:2048:Becky] , where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

    23. @[1834636757:2048:Billie Jo Fortune],where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

    24. @[1260714138:2048:Beverly], where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

    25. @[648791600:2048:Kim],where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

    26. @[100004320752920:2048:Debbie], where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

    27. Jennifer Wood Kerl, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

    28. Judie Erickson, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

      • click on This is by far the fastest and easiest baby blanket you’ll ever make it is under the DOWNLOAD now I finally found it good luck

    29. I have used this pattern for so many baby blankets and lap robes for the Veterans. A super way to use left over yarns making it into a stripped pattern. They are great – and warm using baby yarn or knitting worsted.

    30. Ann Reiman, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

    31. could not find it, does not go to any pattern, i am going to choosre the icon above NOT TO SRR ANYTHING FROM DAILY CROCHRT. COM I GET rnough other crochet sites and dont need this frustration, stay off my newsfeed

    32. Debbie, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

    33. can’t get the pattern to down load. I hate when I see something I would like to make and either there is “No Pattern” or “It’s free and you can’t get it.” So frustrated with this.

    34. Karen, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

    35. Kathy,where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

    36. Maryanne, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . let me know please if it works for you!

    37. Wilma, where it says : This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay is suitable for either boys or girls… please click the words: This Fast Easy Baby Blanket . The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital always for the name.) Then scroll down . Hope it helps.

    38. I am a member of Raverly. I am super leary of having to click a zillion places just to get a pattern. All they are doing is gathering info they have no business seeing!.
      Fooey on them. Make it user friendly or I don’t need it.
      There- My vent for today!!

    39. I swear it took me 30 no utes but here it is:
      1. Click the link in this post
      2. Under the picture of the project click on the words DAILYCROCHET.
      3. Scroll to the bottom and go to page 12.
      4. Under the picture if the project click where it says [free pattern].
      5. Under the picture of the project, click on the words “Fast Easy Baby Blanket”
      6. Scroll down to the box where it says “SHOW FULL ARTICLE”

      WALLA!!!

    40. Pretty. Did you try the pattern I was using? Chain 126, first row all single crochet. 3rd ch from beg 1 double crochet, 1 single crochet. Skip st 1 dbl crocet, 1 single crochet. Skip stitch repeat to end of row. Chain 2 turn, 1 dbl, 2 single in first stitch. Skip one? repeat pattern to end, repeat pattern. Then decide on a border.

    41. this is baloney. after clicking around several pages it is just the sc, ch1 patt that I have seen every where I’ll think twice before clicking on a daily crochet link again

    42. I think just sc would be very boring and take forever. I’ve been making c2c baby blankets, made 9 in past month, just crocheting in the evenings. This is pretty though.

    43. Made this blanket with 4 ply and think it is beautiful but, much to heavy as a baby blanket. Guess 3 ply would be better and more fluffy and baby friendly. I will try again as I do like the pattern.

    44. Open it with a computer, where you can print, or write it down . Go to the link where it came from and hold down the control key and hit the letter p at the same time should bring up hi pro.red to print from.

    45. Susan, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    46. Beautiful pattern. Your instructions and introduction are so well written and answer almost any question one might have about materials used. Wish all patterns would be so thorough. Thank You! Can hardly wait to try this; but plan to make it as an adult lapghan.

    47. This takes me to site after site and it has not yet given me the pattern . Can someone help me or write it and post it here. .may be because I’m having to use an iPod to get it . ThNks for help

    48. I think this is the stitch I’m working with now but plan a large trim for it for an adult……used the bigger size and with Aran..but the contrasting trim will be a brownish heather.

    49. Kathie, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    50. Beatrice, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    51. Vickie, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    52. Sherrie, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    53. Crissy, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    54. Rose, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    55. Vickie, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    56. Linda, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    57. I couldn’t download it but I copied the pattern and pasted it in a document. Do you have an email address? If so, send me a private message.

    58. For anyone wanting to skip the hassle of trying to find out what the stitch is just google seed stitch. There you will find links for it.

    59. Wanda, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    60. Patricia, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    61. I knit for premature babies and this blanket would be ideal. Unfortunately, for some reason I can’t download it. I can’t even see the pattern to hand write it. Have you any advice for me please.

    62. Anne, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    63. I’m having trouble getting the pattern too. Get ads, and have to download to something I don’t want to click on. Does this pattern have a lot of holes in the design?? Any help would be appreciated. thanks.

    64. Marlene, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    65. I made this afghan using the same stiches around 3-4 years ago. Mine came from a different source. The dark purple border was my idea. Easy pattern.

    66. Can’t find the darn pattern and when I start clicking on the 35000 links included my anti virus tells me this is corrupt. Too bad, I’d really like the pattern but not at that price.

    67. I can’t get it at all I click the description and nothing and the writing below the picture I just get a blank page I have tried it 4 times! Can anyone help me please or sent it to me thur
      Facebook or Messaging? Thanks so much

    68. Still having problems==found instructions once, now can’t find directions again. Was hoping for an EASY way to print off instructions. I’m feeling very frustrated.!!!!

    69. Ummm, I made one out of 100% cotton #4 Lilly’s Sugar and Cream. It turned out very stretchy. Could be blocked, but still not sure it will ever hold up its square great. I checked, I did all the stitches right, even in the turns, just the nature of the cotton. I could have used a smaller hook, but again then more struggle for my hands ( I avoid that). Will probably be the babies favorite blanket!

    70. I have this pattern printed out at the office for anyone coming in to buy yarn. I found it difficult to find it all and after I did I printed it for us

    71. I haven’t either! I’m thinking of making Tim an afghan for his birthday in June, even though he won’t need it until next November or December!

    72. Wendy where is says “This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay… please click the name of the pattern. The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern. Hope this helps.

    73. Diane, where is says “This Fast Easy Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay… please click the name of the pattern. The pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern. Hope this helps.

    74. I am making this but I think its not very wide. Its says 5 stitches makes or equal 1 inch. I measure the three on top with the two from the bottom row. was I wrong?

    75. Love the little blankets. But finally reaching the right page for a pattern is not worth the effort. Ads by the dozens to fight through. I would pay a fee before I’ll spend anymore time fighting the crap.

    76. Can some please send me the pattern or mail it to me? Every time I click it. It goes right back to the picture of the afghan. Thank You for anyone to help me.

    77. I did that and got a page that would not close and said call this number your computer has a virus. total pain. Had to shut off the computer and hope it wasn’t messed up.

    78. Baby Blanket Pattern Instructions:

      Ch 105 (121, 145).

      Row 1: Place a safety pin or other marker in the first ch from your hook. sc in 3rd ch from hook. [ch 1, skip next ch, sc in next ch.] Rep across entire row. Ch 1, turn.

      Row 2: [sc in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1.] Rep the sequence in brackets across the rest of the row. At the end of the row, work a sc st into the st where you placed the marker; you can remove the marker before working the stitch. Ch 1, turn.

      Rows 3 and Up: The rest of the rows are all exactly the same as row 2, with one minor difference: at the end of the row you’ll work your last sc st into the turning chain of the previous row. Rep this row until the baby blanket is the length you want it to be.

      Finishing the Baby Blanket:

      When you are satisfied that the baby blanket is the length you want it to be, cut the yarn leaving an extra long length of yarn (around six inches long or more.) Thread your tapestry needle using this end of yarn and use the needle to weave the loose end of yarn into the blanket. Repeat with any other loose ends you may have hanging from the blanket.

      I think this pattern is nice without any edging at all, especially if you are making a blanket for a baby boy. Either way, the design is chic and simple, and an edging is not a necessity. However, you can feel free to add an edging if you want to. If you decide to add an edging, here are some free patterns you can look at. Please note that these edgings may need some adapting to work well with this blanket; the stitch pattern used for the blanket pulls in a bit more than usual.

    79. No pattern there either. I finally found it last night by clucking on show full story. Didn’t even see that link amid all the ads.

    80. Vickie Hawkins Leitch, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video until you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    81. I really don’t know JAL..It just came up on my news feed..Must of been an offspin of another site I was on..I am trying to think of a funny site without being rude,,, but nothing is coming to mind…So no joke for you today.

    82. I’d love to learn to crochet. I made a few granny squares a few years back. I need someone to show me. Instructions don’t do it for me.

    83. Here for everyone that’s having a hard time getting the patternhttp://crochet.about.com/od/babypatterns/a/fast-easy-crochet-baby-blanket-for-beginners.htm

    84. I’ve also known this stitch as the moss or granite stitch. I’m using it for thermometer blanket adding a row a day. Color based on temperature high of the day.

    85. Rose Miller. the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    86. Angela Williams, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    87. Ann Bendoraitis, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    88. E Christina Dabis-Appleby, the pattern is not mine so I cannot email it to you, sorry. There are legal rights of copyright owner involved. However I can direct you to the designer’s site and as a rule to use daily crochet site, here it is: the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    89. Susan McFee Nobitz, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video until you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    90. Michelle Gitmed, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video until you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    91. I never did get the pattern. Why can’t you just send the pattern with the picture???? it would save us a lot of time looking for it.

    92. Kashkaani Aspen the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    93. Peggy James, the pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video untill you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    94. I give it up. It’s beautiful, but it’sjudt not meant to be. i’ve been trying forthe past 3 weeks and page won’t load. Baby shower is gone by. Dang it!!!

    95. Sure. Let me find the pic that started this idea and I’ll post it. However it was a double crochet and felt the stitch they used would result in a super tall blanket. Even with single crochet, at 365 days, it will be 7 1/2 feet tall.

    96. I am an Area Coordinator of Binky Patrol a nonprofit organization that makes blankets, booties and hats for children and infants in need. I am in need of different patterns for these children.

    97. Mallarie-Patrick McCoy, do you mean for the width? I don’t remember as I started two at the same time. This one is about the width of a queen size. The other was the width of a cal King. Because of how tall it turns out, I would recommend going with queen size width.

    98. Thank you Wendy. I appreciate you posting the link. I’m experienced and I was getting pretty frustrated.
      Why can’t they just post the link in the first comment? Would be so much easier for everyone.
      Thanks again Wendy. 😉

    99. I live in So Cal so mine would have been the same. So I let my mom pick a city for this Blanket and she picked Geneva Ohio as she is from there. For my king size blanket, I picked Rome, Ga where I lived for 6 years. Both have much more variety. If you want more color, pick a city that means something to you that has more of the 4 seasons. That’s what I did. I keep asking my friends in Rome to have a little blizzard for me do that I can get the purple in my blanket too. It’s so beautiful in the Ohio one.

    100. I’ve been crocheting for over 25 yrs and have never made a baby aphgan in only 12 hrs. Stop putting timelines on projects. They are generally not accurate for anyone including seasoned crocheters. lol

    101. I winged it and was pretty new at crocheting lol
      I think what I did is a round of SC and three rounds of skip 3, 3DC in next stitch. Corners involved 3DC ch2 (I think) 3DC in corner stitch. Unfortunately, I don’t have the blanket with me.

    102. I cannot get to the pattern, doesn’t matter what I try. I really would love to have it but not wasting my time to try to retrieve it, can you make it simpler?

    103. Directions Tip Hero always seems to forget:Ch 105 (121, 145). ​Remember, the instructions are for the small size (with the medium, large in the parenthesis).

      Row 1: Place a safety pin or other marker in the first ch from your hook. Sc in 3rd ch from hook. [Ch 1, skip next ch, sc in next ch.] Rep across entire row. Ch 1, turn.

      Row 2: [Sc in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1.] Rep the sequence in brackets across the rest of the row. At the end of the row, work a sc st into the st where you placed the marker; you can remove the marker before working the stitch. Ch 1, turn.

      Rows 3 and Up: The rest of the rows are all exactly the same as row 2, with one minor difference: at the end of the row you’ll work your last sc st into the turning chain of the previous row. Rep this row until the baby blanket is the length you want it to be.

    104. Baby Blanket Pattern Instructions:

      Ch 105 (121, 145). ​Remember, the instructions are for the small size (with the medium, large in the parenthesis).

      Row 1: Place a safety pin or other marker in the first ch from your hook. Sc in 3rd ch from hook. [Ch 1, skip next ch, sc in next ch.] Rep across entire row. Ch 1, turn.

      Row 2: [Sc in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1.] Rep the sequence in brackets across the rest of the row. At the end of the row, work a sc st into the st where you placed the marker; you can remove the marker before working the stitch. Ch 1, turn.

      Rows 3 and Up: The rest of the rows are all exactly the same as row 2, with one minor difference: at the end of the row you’ll work your last sc st into the turning chain of the previous row. Rep this row until the baby blanket is the length you want it to be.

      Finishing the Baby Blanket:

      When you are satisfied that the baby blanket is the length you want it to be, cut the yarn, leaving an extra long length of yarn (approximately six inches.) Thread your tapestry needle using this end of yarn and use the needle to weave the loose end of yarn into the blanket. Repeat with any other loose ends you may have hanging from the blanket (which occur when you switch from one ball of yarn to the next.)

    105. Can someone please send me the directions every time I go to get them it takes me back to the very beginning over & over it’s my phone doing it. Thank You for anyone that can help me with the directions.

    106. All you have to do is click the link others have posted a million times. There are 5 patterns on that page, so don’t go scrolling all the way down, as it is the FIRST ONE – THE ONE THAT STARTS WITH THE PINK PICTURE OF THE BABY BLANKET!. You do have to have the sheer animal cunning it takes to scroll down though, as the pattern is not the first thing printed. It first talks about skill levels, yarn choices, different sizes to make and how much yarn for each, the tools you will need for this project, crochet abreviations, gauge (don’t bother, not needed for a blanket), design notes AND THEN THE 4 ROWS OF INSTRUCTIONS. DO NOT WATCH THE VIDEO, IT IS FOR THE *OTHER* BLANKET ON THIS PAGE! It is finished by the time I scroll 1/4 of the way down the page. If you see purple words saying RELATED or MORE FROM THE WEB, you just passed it. SIMPLE CROCHET SCARF PATTERN COMES UP NEXT. By the way, there is nothing to click on there, that’s the page, and no download button. If I right click on the pattern, I can come up with a PRINT command, but it takes pages 1-4 to print all the words about this pattern – it really goes on way too long like when you are trying to write a 4 page book report because you need to fill that many pages, but you could have said it in 1 page. So, my best advice is to copy and paste the part of the pattern that is important – size hook & yarn you can just type that in yourself and save too many words, then the sizes and the 4 rows of pattern. I do this all the time, you do have to copy and paste the pink blanket pic in separately, because pics and words can’t copy at the same time. This is the MOSS STITCH, many videos on youtube, just search for them there. There are many videos and each seems to have a different count for how to make this stitch, which is annoying. I just made something that required you to have an even count, and start crocheting into the 4th stitch from the hook, with a ch 2 turning chain, then into the first space, skipping each sc by chaining over it. So this pattern is only 2 stitches, sc and ch 1 for the pattern itself. Others I’ve watched say to use a different stitch from the hook. Only one other video I watched said to use an uneven count, could have something to do with which stitch they go in, because in the end, you want to finish on the sc st.

      If all you see is ads, then it could be a problem with if you are using a phone or tablet and it’s loading things in a streamlined view, rather than small ads at the right, like I see on my laptop. Not all pages on the internet work with all devices. This pattern could easily have filled one page, if the info was just given, instead of trying to right a full paragraph about every element.

    107. The pattern is in the name of the pattern: Fast Easy Baby Blanket, and in the links at the end of the article. Click the name of the pattern then scroll down below the video until you see the Baby blanket instructions title.Hope it helps.

    108. I love this pattern. It goes well and is easy. I can tell what is on the T.V. as well as work with it. Thank you to who ever placed it on here.