Blocks and Granny Squares Baby Afghans, Free Crochet Patterns
Blocks and Granny Squares Baby Afghans
Granny squares are fast, easy and fun to crochet up. They are a great
way for you to use up your odds and ends of yarns, and make beautiful
crochet baby afghans.
All of these free crochet patterns are for baby afghans that are made with blocks or by using granny squares. Some of them are joined together as you go, but others can be crocheted up and pieced together when all pieces are complete.
Bobble Blocks Baby Blanket
This is a fun afghan pattern that is made by crocheting up blocks of different colors to create a colorful baby blanket. The yarn used is Caron International's Simply Soft Collection. The crochet pattern is easy to follow. Bobble Blocks Baby Blanket
Bouncy Ball Baby Blanket
This is a neat baby blanket pattern to crochet. It is made up with squares that have a circular center, which resembles a bouncy ball. The yarn used is Red Heart Super Saver. Bouncy Ball Baby Blanket
Crochet Baby Playmate
Another cute baby afghan pattern that is made by crocheting up granny squares and then joining them together. Each square measures approximately 4.25" x 4.25", and the finished size measure 41" x 41". The yarn used is Red Heart Baby Clouds. Crochet Baby Playmate
Field of Flowers
The pattern calls for several colors of TLC Wiggles yarn, and it worked up in motifs, which are joined together. The free crochet pattern is absolutely beautiful and suitable for an intermediate crocheter. Field of Flowers
Gingham Baby Blanket
Use Worsted weight yarn to make this lovely baby blanket. You can use different colored yarns to make the squares, and create all kinds or unique patterns with the squares as you put them together. Gingham Baby Blanket
The baby afghan was designed for a little boy named Hunter, but this afghan would make a great gift for any little boy or girl. The afghan is made up of squares joined together to make a baby afghan any size that you like. Hunter's Afghan
Kynlea's Fall Baby Blanket
Here is a beautiful free crochet pattern for a fall baby blanket. The
colors and design are absolutely fabulous. The blanket is made by
crocheting up small motifs; the bigger the afghan, the more you will
need, and you can make it as big as you want. You will need four colors
of yarn to make the motifs. In the pattern Red Heart Yarn is used, but
due to the nature of the pattern you can use any kind of yarn that you
like. Once all the motifs are made you can join them, either by sewing
or by crocheting them together. The pattern is easy, and suitable for
the beginner. Kynlea's Fall Baby Blanket.
Marathon Baby Afghan
This pattern can be crocheted up in as little as 8 hours. It uses the basic granny square joined together, and has a granny square edging. The yarn used is Red heart Worsted Weight yarn. Marathon Baby Afghan
Their 1st Blankie
This crochet baby blanket is made using 3 colors of Bernat Cottontots yarn. It is made by creating various different granny squares, and then assembling them together to create a unique design. The pattern provides instructions on how to piece the granny squares to together. Their 1st Blankie
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