Baby Lazy Wave Blanket Pattern

Crochet Lazy Wave Blanket Swatch

Baby Lazy Wave Blanket

Crochet Lazy Wave Blanket Swatch
Crochet Lazy Wave Blanket Swatch

Crochet a Baby Lazy Wave Blanket using Bernat Coordinates yarn. This pattern is versatile as you can change the hook and yarn sizes to another brand and use this pattern to create it.

The swatch shown is using Caron One Pound Yarn. This is a 1-row repeat once beyond the 1st row.


Yarn

Bernat Baby Coordinates A – Baby Baby – 3 Balls

Sizing

  • Hook – 4.5 mm / G Hook Sizing
  • 32” Wide x 32” Long.
  • Stitch Multiple 12 + 3.

Abbreviations

  • Beg – Begin(ning)
  • Ch(s) – Chain(s)
  • Dc – Double Crochet
  • Dc2tog – Double Crochet 2 Together
  • Rep – Repeat
  • Sk – Skip
  • Sl st – Slip Stitch
  • St(s) – Stitch(es)

Instructions

This pattern has been written so you can change the size of the blanket. Look to the ball band of the yarn you want to play with for the recommended hook size. To change sizes, chain in multiples of 12 + 3.

Ch 99.

Row 1: 1 dc 4th ch from hook (counts as 2 dc). 1 dc in next 3 ch. (Dc2tog) twice.*1 dc in next 3 ch. 2 dc in next 2 ch. 1 dc in next 3 ch. (Dc2tog) twice. Repeat * to the last 4 ch. 1 dc in next 3 ch. 2 dc in last ch. Turn.

Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc, here and throughout), 1 dc in same st. 1 dc in next 3 sts. (Dc2tog) twice. *1 dc in next 3 sts. 2 dc in next 2 sts. 1 dc in next 3 sts. (Dc2tog) twice. Repeat * to the last 4 sts. 1 dc in next 3 sts. 2 dc in last st. Turn.

Repeat the last row until you are satisfied with the length. Fasten off, weave in ends.


Download Yarnspirations Pattern
Free Pattern: Crochet Baby Lazy Wave Blanket

The multiples of this pattern are 12 + 3. The pattern is very easy to maintain. For a baby size, a recommended chain of 99 is sufficient. Of course, feel free to be creative and change what you need.

Lazy Wave Blanket Pattern PDF
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15 Comments

  1. Teresa

    Hi, Can this be done starting with foundation stitches instead of a chain?

    • Mikey

      You sure can but I don’t know the number of foundation stitches at this moment. Go for it.

      • Susan

        Hey Mikey!
        Can you recommend how many I would chain to start if I want to make an Afghan for an adult? I recently returned to crochet (after many years of not holding a crochet hook in my hand) and need lots of encouragement! I’m currently trying to relearn by making small granny squares that I hope to become an afghan. I started it to use leftover yarn and fill some pandemic down time. Now I can’t stop collecting patterns to try as my skill and confidence increase, lol!
        Thanks for a beautiful pattern! I look forward to hearing from you!
        Susan

      • Mikey

        Leave it with me. I have to crochet this and measure the distance to count the stitches. I have to find time in my schedule to make this happen. I’m sorry. I won’t have this done in the near future.

  2. Kim Chambers

    Where is the pattern? All I see is a picture, and questions.

  3. Connie Pipitone

    I am new and if you could maybe post what all those initials mean in the patterns .

  4. lynann

    What’s a tog? Please if you dont mind, im a beginner an I thunk that there may be more people like myself that dont know what everything means.. if you could mabe post up something that is helpful in that nature every now an then it would be very helpful. Thank you

    • Cheri Demerly

      I’m looking for a old glory flag crocheted blanket pattern where the stars are crocheted in the blanket. Can you help me? I had one & when I moved it got lost.

      • was it one that you got from yarnspirations? I did a quick check but I didn’t see a pattern for that.

    • Linda Fiato

      Tog stands for together

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