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Pastel Peaks Crochet Baby Blanket

By: Erangi Udeshika from
Pastel Peaks Crochet Baby Blanket
Pastel Peaks Crochet Baby Blanket
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This Pastel Peaks Crochet Baby Blanket will steal your heart. Not only does it look adorable, but it also is incredibly soft and lightweight. While this pattern measure 24” X 24”, you can adjust it to any size you want. If your newer to crocheting, no worries—it is actually quite easy to crochet this blanket, though you never would have guessed looking at the final result. It is perfect for giving to a new mom, or if you adjust the dimensions, as a gift to adults during the holidays. Before you know it, you’ll be picking out more skeins to start your next crochet blanket! 


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge16 sc x 20 rows = 4″ with 5 mm crochet hook.

Finished Size24 x 24 with border (pattern can be adjusted to any size)

Materials List

  • 2 skein of Lion Brand Ice Cream – Cotton Candy
  • Amount of white and purple left over yarns to make border (You can use same yarn used for the blanket. It’s your choice)
  • 5 mm crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle for weaving ends
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This is such a pretty, pretty blankie! You will use just 2 skeins of Lion Brand Ice Cream yarn to construct a 24X24 "lovey". I have used this yarn and it is amazing to look at! I love all of the colors. Go ahead and make a blankie using every single color and you will have a wardrobe of baby blankets. The shell stitch is easy to do, too, so no worries there.

This is an adorable little blanket that could be done any number of ways. The variegated yarn is lovely but you could use different colors to go with the nursery theme or even a solid color. There are many edgings that would look great with this also. I love these patterns that inspire us to be original.


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