Babe in the Mist pattern by Kathleen Dames
Wrap your littlest buccaneer in a blanket of Mist Drops to keep baby safe from discovery, whether on board ship or tucked away on a desert island. Every edge of this cozy cover undulates so baby will become accustomed to the waves, and both sides of this pattern are beautiful, so no worries about which side is best. A washable wool blend makes this a practical, not-too-heavy, and easy-to-care for blanket for your babe.
Sawing Logs pattern by Aimee Alexander
Sawing Logs is fun to knit and is perfect for boys and girls. It’s a great blanket for beginners looking for the next challenge or experienced knitters wanting a quick easy knit.
Sunshine of Your Love Blanket and Pillow Set pattern by Marie Segares
The U.K. version of this pattern for a blanket and pillow set was originally published in Inside Crochet with the name “Sunshine Blanket.”
Cielito pattern by Kristen Jancuk
Cielito is a versatile baby blanket inspired by the dancing clouds and bright stars of an endless sky. It features a zig zag garter stitch border at top and bottom, framing a complimentary central stitch pattern--diagonally traveling columns of eyelets bordered by small star stitches. The sample was worked up in a tonal yarn, but try a tweed or heathered yarn for a different look!
Nighty Night Baby Blanket, lapghan or throw adjustable sizing EASY pattern by Darleen Hopkins
EASY and ADORABLE baby blanket. This will be your new “go to” baby blanket pattern. Perfect for those new to crochet or those who have crocheted for 50 years.
Interwoven Blanket pattern by Janelle Martin
The Interwoven Blanket is knit using Bare Naked Wools ‘Stone Soup Fingering’ held double. This rustic yarn provides wonderful stitch definition without a lot of weight. The sample shown here was knit with two colours of Stone Soup Fingering held together for the centre of the blanket, producing a marled effect.
High Hopes pattern by Meridith Shepherd
Thinking back to my pregnancy, one of my most common thoughts was about what this little person would grow up to be. I imagined all sorts of wonderful life adventures for him, dreamed up a childhood of fanciful play, and pictured his smiling, happy face. High Hopes was knitted as a reflection on these thoughts; a way to keeps hands busy, while the mind hopes for the best future imaginable.
My Little Slug pattern by Selina S
My Little Slug is a pattern for knitting your very own custom slug, for those days when no one will buy you a pony. Knit them in a variety of body sizes with 6 or 8 symmetrical legs. The smallest size makes a great xmas ornament (and takes me less than 2 hours to make)! Decorate your slug with single or multiple eyes, add a mouth to emulate an octopus, or add antennas and accessories! Attach a rare earth magnet and have your slug stick to you everywhere you go!