Here is my seed stitch baby blanket to match this seed stitch baby hat. I crocheted both patterns up in a solid color, but it would look super awesome in some baby stripes as well.
In addition to a baby blanket, I also included a small washcloth pattern to at the end to go with the blanket. I used a worsted weight cotton, but if you’re going to use it for a baby, I would choose a soft baby cotton.
The Crochet Stitch Pattern
The pattern is based on the crochet seed stitch with a bit of lace worked into every third row. The seed stitch is the single crochet and the double crochet worked together into a stitch. Then a stitch is skipped to maintain the stitch count.
I worked the seed stitch for two rows followed by a row with single crochets and chain spaces.
Then it’s finished with a pretty picot edging. And it’s the perfect blanket for both baby boys and girls.
I chose a baby yarn called Snuggly Wuggly Big! by Loops and Threads. It’s a #3 acrylic baby yarn. Other baby yarns in the same weight will work just as well.
Lion Brand Ice Cream and Bernat Baby Sport are two good alternatives.
Other Patterns to Try
- Blossom Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern
- Broomstick Lace Crochet Baby Blanket with Ruffled Edge
- Easy Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern
- Double Crochet and Cross Stitch Baby Blanket
- Simple Lace Easy Crochet Baby Blanket
Seed Stitch Baby Blanket
- Yarn: Snuggly Wuggly Big! By Loops and Threads 1 14oz/396g ball, or any other Light Weight Baby yarn. (Cat 3) Basically any baby yarn will work just as well.
- Crochet Hook: G/6-4.25MM
- Other: Measuring Tape, Scissors, Yarn Needle.
- Gauge: 4" over 15 sts and 15 rows.
- Finished Size: 34"x34"
- Bet = Between
- Ch/Chs = Chain/Chains
- Dc = Double Crochet
- FO = Fasten Off
- Hk = Hook
- Lp/Lps = Loop/Loops
- Rep = Repeat
- Sc = Single Crochet
- Sc2tog = Single Crochet 2 Stitches Together
- Sk = Skip
- Sl St = Slip Stitch
- Sp/Sps = Space/Spaces
- St/Sts = Stitch/Stitches
Special Stitch Instructions
- Picot: Ch 2, sl st in top of dc.
- On round 5, you need to skip an extra stitch at the end in order to maintain a correct stitch count.
- Rows 1 and 2 are at an uneven number. Starting at row 3 all the way up to the last row you will have an even stitch number. This is brought back to an uneven number at the very last row by doing a decrease.
- Ch 124,
- Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hk and in each ch across; turn. (123 sts)
- Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first sc, *ch 2, sk next sc, sc in next sc; rep from * across; turn. (61 ch-2 sps)
- Row 3: Ch 1, sc in first sc, (sc, dc) in next ch-2 sp and into each ch-2 sp across, sc in last sc; turn. (124 sts)
- Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first sc, *(sc, dc) in next dc, sk next sc; rep from * across to last sc, sc in last sc; turn. (124 sts)
- Row 5: Ch 1, sc in first sc, *ch 2, sk next dc, sc in next sc; rep from * across to last 3 sts, ch 2, sk next 2 sts, sc in last sc; turn. (61 ch-2 sps)
- Rows 6-122: Rep rows 3-5.
- Row 123: Ch 1, sc2tog in first sc and in next ch-2 sp, sc in next sc, *1 sc in next ch-2 sp, sc in next sc; rep from * across; turn. (123 sts)
- Rnd 1: Ch 1, *(sc, ch 3, sc) into corner st, [ch 3, sk next st, sc in next st] rep bet [ ] to corner st, ch 3; rep from * around; join with sl st to first sc.
- Rnd 2: Sl st into first corner lp, ch 1, *(sc, dc, picot) twice into corner lp, (sc, dc, picot) in next lp and in each lp up to corner lp, then rep from * around. Join with sl st to first sc. FO.
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