Block Baby Blanket Knitting Patterns
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These patterns are not my designs but links to other designers who have generously shared their patterns. If you have questions about how to knit a specific pattern, please contact the designer directly.
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Free Knitting Patterns
Teddy Bear Blanket
32.5″ wide x 28″ long. Designed by Barbara Breiter for Crystal Palace Yarns. Pictured project by olexis.
Flutterby Baby Blanket
Blanket with lace butterfly blocks. Designed by by Kerry Gauthier.
Duckling Baby Blanket
This baby blanket was created by repeating the Quacking Up! Cloth by Elaine Fitzpatrick. Pictured project by DaizyMay
Apple Tree Baby Blanket
Hugs and Kisses Baby Blanket
Easy Baby Blanket by Jennifer Coleman features XOXO blocks formed with eyelets. Pictured project by knitlynn
Rocking Horse Baby Blanket
This design by Barbara Breiter features a charted rocking or hobby horse motif in knit and purl stitches. Pictured project by MargaretNuovo
ABC Baby Blanket
Just knit and purl stitches are all you need to know to create this cute blanket by Jenny Williams that includes classic baby blocks including A, B, C, a duck, a sailboat, a heart, a star and two 4-square blocks. Pictured project by SabineStangel
Hearts and Flowers Baby Blanket
Eyelet lace heart and tulip motifs. Designed by Estelle Yarns. Pictured project by tolookistosmile
Come Sail Away Baby Blanket
Sailboats in knit and purl decorate this baby blanket designed by Suzanne Veta. 28″ x 32″. Pictured project by triple7tahoe
Moon and Stars Baby Blanket
This baby blanket designed by Barbara Beider for Crystal Palace is knit in stockinette and reverse stockinette. 35″ wide x 34″ long. Pictured project by mkarylknits who made mods and extensive notes.
Amy-lynne Mitchell’s baby blanket features I Love You in sign language and hearts. Pictured project by jenadams
Puppy Dog Baby Blanket
Momika21 created this cute blanket by combining two wash cloth patterns. She includes her charts since she modified the patterns for the blanket.
Heart Baby Blanket
Ann Saglimbene’s blanket is designed with easy knit and purl stitches. 30″ x 40″. Pictured project by maggiesc
Hobby Horse Baby Blanket
Designed by Judy Lamb, this baby blanket features an eyelet horse motif surrounded by twisted stitches.
Patterns for Purchase
I Love Mom and Dad Baby Blanket
Easy blanket features I Love Mom and Dad, sun, and duck motifs in knit and purl stitches. The designer says it is suitable for beginners.
Lots of Heart Baby Blanket
Easy blanket made of 4 different heart designs in knit and purl stitches.
Sweet Baby Blanket
Easy blanket made of butterfly, heart, and flower designs in knit and purl stitches. Written in English and Italian, though it appears the designer is Italian.
Heart in Heart Baby Blanket
Designer says that this is suitable for a beginner with detailed instructions. Size 41 x 29 in. but easily customizable to other sizes.
Fairy Tale Sweet Dreams Baby Blanket
A lace blanket of magical motifs designed by Melanie Lewis with an enchanted castle, stars to wish upon, fields of flowers. Size 38 x 38. This pattern is one of more than 10 patterns in the Interweave Knits Spring 1997 Digital Edition.
Star Baby Blanket
Knit in chunky yarn with just knit and purl stitches, this pattern includes written row by row instructions as well as a chart.
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Terry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!