Easy Baby Crochet Blanket Pattern

Crochet Pipsqueak Blanket
Crochet Pipsqueak Blanket
Crochet Pipsqueak Blanket

Easy Baby Blanket

Crochet this easy 42″ square baby granny square blanket using Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn. This is the Crochet Easy Baby Blanket.

Our assistant, Colleen, loves to make baby blankets for anyone in her life whether it’s for family, friends or even co-workers when she learns someone is having a baby. It’s her GO TO PROJECT that is easy to do in a few evenings after a long day stressing at the job. She loves using the Bernat Pipsqueak yarns as it’s extremely plush and the colours can be safe for either boys or girls depending on the yarn she chooses.

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Free Pattern: Easy Crochet Baby Blanket

To complete this afghan, you will need 3 balls of Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn.


  • Afghan will measure 42″ Square.
  • 25 Rounds Total.
  • 6.5 mm or Size K Crochet Hook
  • 3 Balls of Bernat Pipsqueak. Get the 250 g size as there are 2 sizes in this yarn.
  1. Ch 4 and join with slip stitch first ch to form a ring.
  2. Ch 3, 2 dc into the ring, ch 2, *dc 3 times into the ring, ch 2, repeat * two more times. Ch 2 and join to the top with a slip stitch of the beginning ch-3.
  3. Ch 3, 2 dc into the same gap space below, ch 1, *3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc into next corner space, ch 1. Repeat * two more times. 3 dc into final corner, ch 2. Join with slip stitch to the top of the beginning ch-3.
  4. Ch 3, 2 dc into the same gap space below, ch 1, *3 dc next ch-1 space, 3 dc ch 2, 3 dc into next corner space, ch 1. Repeat * two more times. 3 dc into final corner, ch 2. Join with slip stitch to the top of the beginning ch-3.
  5. Keep going until you hit row 25. Following the same pattern like a typical granny square to finish. See tutorial below if you need visual help.

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  1. Stacey W.

    I havenโ€™t crocheted in 30+ years, but I would like to make this in a larger and rectangular for my granddaughter. Can this be made in rows instead to get a larger size and if so, do you have any guidance?
    Thank you so much!

  2. Carol Mitchell

    Have you ever tried this starting with a solid color in the center and then switching to the multicolor? Niece is expecting twins, boy and girl, so I was thinking about seeing if there was a multicolor that would match up with both blue and pink solids so they’d each have similar but distinctive blankies.

  3. cindy

    LOVE IT!!!!!!!

  4. Garbriel

    How to end it once you finish the blanket?

  5. Suzy

    Hi Mikey I am using pipsqueak for the very first tie i haven’t crocheted for over 40 years and i thought this would be a good thing to start as i learnt to crochet doing squares when i was very young, just doing it in plain white and it is beautiful. like a cloud.. thank you keep up the tutorials,

  6. Tammy

    I just did this one for my boss who is expecting. I did it in white and “sittin’ pretty” varigated. It turned out beautiful! Love it!

  7. Jo McKay

    Great tutorial! So easy to follow and understand that I probably won’t need to print the pattern. You instill creativity and imagination. THANKS!

  8. Lori

    Hi Mikey and Cathy,
    Is there ANYTHING ,ANY LITTLE THING you can tell me to help me learn to work with Pipsqueak yarn! I love it, but I am a tight crocheter and although I have tried to “loosen up!” I often can’t feel the next stitch and yada yada yada…… you’re probably going to tell me it takes time/practice, but I wanted to ask just in case you had a trick up your sleeve. Thanks

    • Increase your hook size if you know you are tight… It may help you to get bigger stitches… Sure practice will help but increase your hook size and try that. ๐Ÿ˜€

  9. Pat

    Mikey, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE is there a pattern for the fish? ๐Ÿ˜€

    • Jess

      Yes yes omg I WANT that fish as well please please!

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