Welcome new babies into the world by crocheting a baby blanket or a baby hat. We decided it was about time to have a collection that included both baby crochet blankets and some bonus baby hat patterns from AllFreeCrochet. Everyone loves cute and sweet baby patterns for all ages, and this collection will help you find the best pattern for a new little one.
Each pattern in this collection is different from the next. From traditional to quirky, these pattern will leave a smile on your face and the finished pieces will make the receiver smile too. Pick up your crochet hook and get crocheting – but just warning you, you’ll be hooked on these patterns!
I’ve picked my favorite patterns from this collection to give you a sneak peek but don’t miss out on all of these lovely patterns!
Ripples & Shells Baby Blanket – Looking for a pattern that combines two great crochet stitches? Ripples & Shells Baby Blanket uses shell stitch crochet and ripple crochet to make an interesting and oval baby blanket. Not quite a round ripple blanket, the oval shape makes for a nice blanket at the end of a toddler’s bed and even a great mommy and baby snuggle blanket. Use variegated yarn to achieve this look or use multiple colors to crochet this baby blanket. The variegated yarn definitely makes this pattern easy to crochet since you don’t have to worry about color changes and you’ll get a fun almost tie-dye effect with this pattern.
Crochet Monster Hat – From 18 months to ten years your little one will look fabulous wearing this Crochet Monster Hat. I love that this baby hat pattern has more than one size to crochet and it would be fun to crochet different colored monsters for siblings. Complete with eyes and a set of teeth this crochet hat is great for any day of the year. I think it would be cute to be a little creative with this pattern and come up with other expressions for these monster hats.
Polka Dots & Frills Baby Blanket – Learn how to crochet the bobble stitch with the Polka Dots & Frills Baby Blanket pattern. Crochet baby blankets are always adorable and this blanket is simple to crochet once you learn the bobble stitch. I love the pretty blue that was used to crochet this baby blanket, but like always, you can crochet this blanket in any color. The solid colors work well with the bobbles and frilly textures. This crochet baby blanket is written in three different sizes so kids and adults of all ages can enjoy this fun and frilly blanket.