The pop of colors on this blanket are too adorable!Of course you can choose any color you’d like and have the same darling blanket in the end. Not to mention you’ll learn a thing or two from doing even just one of this cutie. Start scrolling for the free pattern or get the ad-free printable PDF here!
If you’re looking for a whimsical crochet pattern to flex your creativity, you’ve found it. The Bobble Stitch Crochet Baby Blanket is an incredible pattern that is easy to follow and really fun to make.
It’s made using a trio of colors in Georgia Peach, Sandshell and Heather Blue. All worked together using the bobble stitch.
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The bobble stitch adds a lot of texture to this blanket and it’s a great crochet stitch to learn for future projects too!
The Bobble Stitch Baby Blanket is made with Cascade Avalon yarn. This is a great yarn for your cute blanket because it’s soft, easy to care for, and has a slight sheen that really makes the texture of the bobble stitch pop.
This gorgeous and easy crochet baby blanket is the perfect gift for your favorite niece, nephew or an expectant mother.
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Bobble Stitch Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern
Skill Level: Intermediate
Hook: US size I/9 (5.5mm) crochet hook or size needed to match gauge
Yarn: Worsted weight yarn
- 350 yds beige (A)
- 350 yds peach (B)
- 350 yds purple (C)
- Tapestry needle
Gauge: 13 sc x 12 rows= 4”
Size: 35” x 40”
Pattern uses US crochet terms
|bo||Bobble (see Special Stitches)|
Bobble (bo): [Yo, insert hook in indicated st, pull up a loop, yo, pull through the first two loops on the hook] 5 times, yo and pull through all 6 loops on hook.
This pattern is relatively straightforward, but be very careful with counting your stitches! It is very easy to get one or two stitches off and not notice for a few rows. For better bobbles, make sure you keep your tension nice and loose.
With A, ch 117.
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. (116 sc)
Rows 2-3: Ch 1, sc in each st across.
Row 4: Ch 1, sc in each of first 3 sts, bo in next st, [sc in each of next 9 sts, bo in next st] across to last 3 sts, sc in each of last 3 sts. (105 sc, 11 bo)
Rows 5-7: Ch 1, sc in each st across. (116 sc)
Row 8: Ch 1, sc in each of first 8 sts, bo in next st, [sc in each of next 9 sts, bo in next st] across to last 8 sts, sc in each of last 8 sts. (106 sc, 10 bo)
Rows 9-11: Ch 1, sc in each st across.
Rows 12-40: Repeat rows 4-11 an additional 3 times, then repeat rows 4-8 once more. Change to B; Fasten off A.
Rows 41-80: Repeat rows 9-11, then repeat rows 4-11 4 times, then repeat rows 4-8 once more. Change to C; Fasten off B.
Rows 81-120: Repeat rows 9-11, then repeat rows 4-11 4 times, then repeat rows 4-8 once more. Fasten off and weave in all ends.
Whatever you decide to do with this beautiful crochet baby blanket pattern, I know you’ll have a wonderful time making it. The crochet stitch is creative and the pattern is so easy to follow. Once you get the hang of the first 10 rows, you’ll breeze through this crochet project in no time flat.
Here’s one more blanket pattern I think you’ll love…the Log Cabin Baby Blanket. It’s not just cute, it’s also so much fun to make. There’s a great variety of stitches you’ll learn, it can be made small or large making it an excellent stash buster project and it’s perfect for beginners and advanced crocheters alike.
Looking for more crochet pattern, check out my other page: 30+ Easy Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns