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This lightweight baby blanket crochet pattern makes everyone say: such a lovely little blanket! This amazing baby blanket pattern is soft, lightweight and perfectly sized for keeping your baby warm. OHLALA BABY Blanket designed by Ana Morais Soares is simply wonderful with great texture and a large border which adds color and texture to this pattern.
This baby blanket is designed to be gentle on soft, sensitive skin and can be done in different adorable baby colors. Instructions on how to change the size of your blanket are also given in the pattern.
Unique baby blanket crochet patterns make perfect baby shower gifts, mothers day gifts or any time of the year gifts for mom. Blankets for new moms are always cherished and I’ve never heard a new mommy saying that she has too many blankets for her baby. Have you?
If you’ve been a crocheter for a longer time, you know that soft and lightweight baby blanket patterns that are suitable for both boys and girls are not always easy to find. If you crochet to donate to hospitals and charities you probably know this already.
This pattern is the perfect pattern for that! It is a nice pattern to work, simple with enough detail to keep you interested and it works up really quickly. It’s super-soft and lovely to the touch if you follow the recommended materials and you can use this lightweight baby blanket crochet pattern to make many blankets to donate.
OHLALA Lightweight Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern
4 balls of Rosários 4 Bio Love yarn, colour 01, off-white (50g/175m).
2 balls of Rosários 4 Bio Love yarn, colour 03, yellow (50g/175m).
2 balls of Rosários 4 Bio Love yarn, colour 11, blue (50g/175m).
4mm hook (for the blanket centre) and a 3.5mm hook (for the border).
Needle to sew ends.
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Thanks to Ana Morais Soares for the article’s inspiration and featured image.
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