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Two Color Crochet Baby Blanket

The two color crochet baby blanket pattern is nice and solid and can be crocheted for both baby boys and baby girls. It’s a mindless way to create that baby shower gift for the new bundle of joy.

A baby blanket worked up in a white and green yarn neatly folded up.
Two Color Crochet Baby Blanket

I chose a white and green. The green makes it perfect for the spring, but choose any seasonal, or boy and girl colors to make this special for your little one. Use one or two colors as desired.

This two tone crochet blanket also has a pretty texture and color design on both sides so you can show it off and gift it with confidence. It is perfect for the crib, stroller, car seats, or for playing on the floor.

Crochet baby blanket shown in two colors from front and back.

The Size

The finished size is 36 by 36 inches, for a baby. I did not write this down, but I believe the stitch multiple is a multiple of 4 for the starting chains, if you need to adjust the size. Here is a blanket sizes chart if you’re not sure what measurements you need.

The Yarn

Because I did this in a baby size I used a baby yarn called Bernat Baby Sport. It’s a lightweight #3 acrylic yarn. I worked off of two big balls as they are fairly cheap in terms of the amount of yarn that you get.

If you want to make a blanket for your couch or a child blanket, you could easily work this in an economic yarn like Red Heart Super Saver.

Bernat Baby Sport

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The Stitch Pattern

The only crochet stitches you need to know are the single, double and triple crochets. The pattern is worked over a four-row repeat using two colors of yarn. It’s an easy pattern, but row 3 requires that you work your triple crochets two rows below to create the raised textures on the fabric.

I’ve included a video tutorial below the written pattern for you to follow along.

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Two Color Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern

This crochet baby blanket is nice and solid and can be crocheted for both baby boys and girls.
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Skill Level

Materials

  • Yarn: Bernat Baby Sport (Light, #3; 100% acrylic; 300g/10.5oz) Colors: Baby White, and Sprite, 1 ball each.
  • Crochet Hook: G – 4mm
  • Other: Scissors, Yarn Needle.

Measurements

  • Gauge: 15 sc sts = 4".
  • Finished Size: 36" x 36"

Abbreviations

  • CA = Color A – Baby White
  • CB = Color B – Sprite
  • RS = Right Side
  • WS = Wrong Side
  • Ch/Chs = Chain/Chains
  • Dc = Double Crochet
  • Rep = Repeat
  • Sc = Single Crochet
  • Sk = Skip
  • Sl St = Slip Stitch
  • Sp/Sps = Space/Spaces
  • St/Sts = Stitch/Stitches
  • Tr = Triple Crochet

Notes

  • To Change Color: Work the stitch as normal until the last step and you have two loops left on hook; drop first color, pick up new color and draw through both loops.
  • Carry unused yarn up along the side if working with two colors.

Instructions

  • Row 1: (RS) With CA, ch 136, sc in 2nd ch from hook and into each ch across. Turn. [135 sc]
  • Row 2: (WS) Ch 2 (does not count as st), dc in first 3 sts, *ch 1, sk next st, dc in next 3 sts; rep from * across. Change to CB in last st. Turn. [102 dc and 33 ch-1 sps]
  • Row 3: With CB, ch 1, sc in first 2 sts, *sk next st, working in front of previous row so that the ch-1 is not encased, 3 tr in skipped st 2 rows below, in 1 row below, sk next st, sc in next st; rep from * to last st; sc in last st. Turn [135 sts]
  • Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first st and into each st across. Change to CA in last st. Turn. [135 sc]
  • Row 5: With CA, ch 1, sc in first st and into each st across. Turn. [135 sc]
  • Rows 6-125: Rep rows 2-5.

Edging

  • With CA and RS Facing, sc evenly around the edge working 3 sc in each corner. Join with sl st in first sc. Fasten Off.

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4 Comments

  1. Please I need help on how to crochet Wee Irish Chain afghan pattern, I have the book from Leisure Arts. I need an tutorials to understand the pattern.
    Leslie R. Scott

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