We are going to learn How to Crochet Wavy Baby Blanket. This baby blanket is a great stitch-builder project for those who are relatively new to crochet. Using colorful yarn, it is fun to crochet and will delight a baby’s eyes for many hours. This pattern is a great option for a crochet baby blanket and the soft, subtle chevron is perfect for a baby blanket. I love crocheting this project, its relatively simple, rhythmic and soothing, but playing with colours in this way is also energising, exciting and a lot of fun.
I like the way this Crochet Wavy Baby Blanket doesn’t leave holes. Sometimes holes are good, They add to the look of the pattern, but I wanted something look to be smooth and flowing. You will need 960 yards of your favorite worsted weight yarn. This is a great blanket for color changing yarn, or mix & match yarn from your stash!
Yarn needed for this project:
2 skeins of Red Hearts’ Super Saver Color Block yarn (100% acrylic, 10 oz/283 g, 482 yds/440 m) in “Party Time” color E308, or 960 yards of your favorite worsted weight yarn.
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