Crochet Baby Bundle Blanket Pattern

Crochet Baby Bundle Blanket Pattern

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Crochet Baby Bundle Blanket Pattern

Crochet Baby Bundle Blanket Pattern

Crochet Baby Blanket

This easy to crochet baby blanket is called the Bundle in Blue Blanket. Originally light and with fingering yarn by Patons Beehive Baby Yarn, this yarn is designed for being gentle to the touch and super easy on the eyes.

For my tutorial below, I substituted with Bernat Li’l Tots yarn. I increased the hook to size H, 5 mm hook and using this yarn, I can make the project go quicker. Though it doesn’t look like the same refined pattern, today’s crocheter likes quick and easy projects. So this pattern would definitely be one of those.

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I teach you how to change the size of the afghan by giving you the multiples involved so you can customize this stitch to match your needs.

There is a similar baby blanket called the Baby Afghan that is close to this design but is lacier in appearance. This one is more compact for those who prefer a more solid look and feel a baby blanket.

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