Get These Free Patterns for Baby Blankets [FREE Knitting Patterns]

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Green knitted bunny lovey blanket followed by a text area which says "Free Baby Blanket Knitting Patterns, learnknittingonline.com" followed by a white knitted baby blanket with colorful edgeBaby blankets keep your tiny bundle of joy cozy and warm. They also make for wonderful handmade baby shower gifts.

We have picked out 3 free patterns for baby blankets for you to try out. The first one, Isabella Bubble Blanket, is a lovely and soft blanket knitted using slip stitches. Great for practicing your slipping stitches technique.

Next is the Bunny Buddy Blankie, a cute blanket that is perfect for someone who wants to try out a few different increase and decrease techniques.

And lastly, the Pathfinder Baby Blanket, an elegant cable and lace blanket that is ideal for those who would like a bit more challenging pattern.

The Pathfinder Blanket pattern can be found on the Knit Picks’ website while the Isabella Bubble Blanket and Bunny Buddy Blankie is on Lion Brand’s.

The price you see when you first land on Lion Brand’s pattern page is NOT the price of the pattern. It is the price of the recommended yarn which you can buy through their website.

You will find the button for the downloadable FREE pattern under the [Add All to Cart] button.

Create these free patterns for baby blankets today!

Isabella Bubble Blanket – A Charming and Delicate Blanket

This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 3 - Easy Level Knitters.a white knitted baby blanket with colorful edge followed by a text area which says "Isabella Bubble Blanket – A Charming and Delicate Blanket, learnknittingonline.com"

A perfect blanket to soothe your baby to sleep, it is knit in one piece and worked back and forth. The finished blanket measures 32 inches wide and 42 inches long. That is 81.5 cm wide and 106.5 cm long if you use the metric system.

Using Lion Brand’s Feels Like Butta yarn, the blanket is knitted using US10.5 knitting needles. That is 6.5 mm needles if you prefer metric units.

Furthermore, you will be slipping stitches on this project. You will find a great tutorial for this technique here: Slipping Stitches Knitwise or Purlwise

You can find the downloadable FREE knitting pattern here: Isabella Bubble Blanket

In addition, you can buy the recommended yarn here: Lion Brand’s Feels Like Butta

Bunny Buddy Blankie – A Soft and Soothing Blanket

This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 3 - Easy Level Knitters.Photo of a green knitted bunny lovey blanket held by a baby while laying down followed by a text area which says "Bunny Buddy Blankie – A Soft and Soothing Blanket, learnknittingonline.com"

Designed by Miwa Gemini, knit this fun and an easy baby blanket with a cute bunny design. It comes in a single size and measures 13 inches long when finished. That is 33 cm if you use the metric system.

Using Lion Brand’s Baby Soft Boucle yarn, the blanket is knitted using US7 or US10 knitting needles. That is 4.5 mm and 6 mm needles if you prefer metric units.

Furthermore, you’ll be using a couple of increase and decrease techniques on this project. You’ll be able to practice kfb and yo increases as well as k2tog, and p3tog decreases on this pattern.

You can find excellent Increase tutorials HERE, and the Decrease tutorials are HERE.

You will be able to download the FREE knitting pattern for this blanket here: Bunny Buddy Blankie

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn here: Lion Brand’s Baby Soft Boucle

Pathfinder Baby Blanket – A Gorgeous Lace and Cables Blanket

This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 4 - Intermediate Level Knitters.Photo of a teal knitted lace and cable baby blanket followed by a text area which says "Pathfinder Baby Blanket – A Gorgeous Lace and Cables Blanket, learnknittingonline.com"

Designed by Joyce Fassbender, this lovely blanket comes in a single size and measures 38 inches wide and 38.5 inches long. That is 96.5 cm wide and 97.5 cm long if you prefer metric units.

Using Knit Picks’ Snuggle Puff, the blanket is knitted using US8 knitting needles. That’s 5 mm needles, if you are using the metric system.

Furthermore, this pattern is only chartered and is ideal for someone looking for a more challenging project.

You can find the FREE downloadable knitting pattern here: Pathfinder Baby Blanket

And you can buy the recommended yarn here: Knit Picks’ Snuggle Puff

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