Briar Rose Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern and Giveaway

Briar Rose Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

It’s time to get cute and cozy with the Briar Rose Baby Blanket, a free crochet pattern with CoCo Crochet Lee and WeCrochet!

Briar Rose Baby Blanket free crochet pattern by coco crochet lee we crochet

I am so excited to announce that I’ve teamed up with WeCrochet (the crochet offshoot of Knit Picks) as a Brand Ambassador! What does that mean for you? That means that WeCrochet is providing support so that I can bring you amazing free crochet patterns that you can enjoy!

The first step for me was to choose my first yarn to work with from the WeCrochet Site, – and it was SO hard to choose! There are so many amazing choices, it was tough to settle on one and begin!

I went with the Upcycle Reserve Collection after reading about it on the site. These special, single batch skeins give yarn a second life, creating complex heathers and saving fibers that would have otherwise gone to waste. This 2-ply 100% wool yarn is bouncy with beautiful stitch definition and next-to-skin softness. We love it for rugged heirloom sweaters and cozy, chunky accessories. Each color is available for a limited time, so grab some while you can!

I’m a big fan of chunky yarn, and have used it to make The Valentine Puppy, The Valentine Kitty, and the Caitlin Headband patterns! It makes whipping up a quick gift super fast, which can be a life-saver!

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To celebrate working with WeCrochet, we’ve put together an awesome Giveaway for you to go along with the Briar Rose Baby Blanket release!!

The Prize from WeCrochet and CoCo Crochet Lee includes:

  • One complete set of Caspien Wooden Crochet Hooks
  • Once complete set of Colourful Crochet Hooks
  • Volume One of We Crochet
  • Volume Two of We Crochet
  • Project Bag -Coffee Crochet Sleep Repeat.

Here’s how to enter:

  • Leave a comment on the blog telling us which set of crochet hooks you’re most excited about!
  • Giveaway is open to US and Canada Only.
  • A winner will be chosen at random.
  • Giveaway ends March 16th 2020.

Without further adieu, here is the pattern for the Briar Rose Baby Blanket!


WeCrochet Upcycle Reserve Wool Bulky (54yds/ 100g):  #28478 Amarillo x 10 balls (A), and #28480 Rosa x 2 balls (B).


US Size P (11.5mm) crochet hook, yarn needle, scissors. 


32 x 40โ€ 


6 sts x 8 rows = 4โ€

Pattern for gauge – [fpdc, bpdc] x 3

Special Stitches
V-st = (dc, ch 1, dc) in indicated st. 

Cluster (4 double crochet cluster) = [Yo, insert into indicated st, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through 2 loops] 4 times, yo and draw through 5 loops. 

Briar Rose Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern


  1. Starting ch counts as first st. 


With A

Row 1 (RS):  Ch 44, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each across, turn–43 sc. 

Row 2:  Ch 3, skip next st, *Cluster in next st, ch 1, skip 1, v-st in next, ch 1, skip 1; repeat from * across to last st, dc in last, turn–10 Clusters, 10 v-st, 2 dc. 

Row 3:  Ch 3, *v-st in next Cluster, Cluster in ch-1 space of next v-st; repeat from * to last, dc in last st, turn.

Row 4:  Ch 3, *Cluster in ch-1 space of next v-st, v-st in next Cluster; repeat from * to last, dc in last st, turn.

Rows 5-32:  Repeat Rows 3-4. 

Row 33:  Ch 1, sc in each Cluster, sc in each dc, ch-1 space of v-st across, sc in last dc–42 sc. 

Fasten off, weave in ends. 

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With A

Round 1:  Join in 1st st of Row 33 (RS facing), Ch 1 (does not count as a st), 3sc in same st, sc 40, 3sc in last, rotate work to sc 60 evenly down side, 3sc in 1st st of foundation ch, sc 40 across, 3sc in last st, sc 60 evenly across side, join to 1st st–212 sts. 

Round 2:  Sl st to center sc, ch 4 (counts as hdc, ch 2), hdc in same st, hdc 42, (hdc, ch 2, hdc) in center sc of next corner, hdc 62 down side, (hdc, ch 2, hdc) in center sc of next corner, hdc 42, (hdc ch 2, hdc) in center sc of next corner, hdc 62 across next side, join–216 hdc, 4 ch-2 spaces.

Fasten off A

Round 3:  With B join to top right ch-2 space, ch 4 (counts as hdc, ch 2), hdc in same space, *[fpdc, bpdc] to next corner, (hdc, ch 2, hdc) in ch-2 space; repeat from * around, join–224 sts. 

Round 4:  Sl st to ch-2 space, ch 4 (counts as hdc, ch 2), hdc in same space, *[bpdc, fpdc] to next corner, (hdc, ch 2, hdc) in next ch-2 space; repeat from * around, join–232 sts. 

Fasten off, weave in ends. 

I hope you enjoy making your Briar Rose Baby Blanket, I can’t wait to see it over on Instagram!

Happy Crocheting

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72 thoughts on “Briar Rose Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern and Giveaway

  1. When I end the 2nd row I ended with a v stitch chain one skip one DC for last stitch. When I turn to start 3rd row I donโ€™t have a CLUSTER. I have a v stitch. ๐Ÿค” Iโ€™m confused. What did I do wrong.

  2. Wow! What a great looking baby blanket. I would like to try the comfort color hooks.. sometimes my finger joints hurt a bit after using the thin metal hooks. I’m ready to stop working and make that blanket!

  3. This is such an adorable baby blanket which I am looking forward to trying.
    The wooden crochet hooks look very elegant and a nice size for travel.
    Thank you.

  4. Beautiful blanket! I love how the pink border pops! Personally, I would choose the Colorful Crochet Hooks, because of my Rheumatoid Arthritis I need the larger handles.

  5. I must agree with everyone else, in that the wooden hooks sound really amazing, however, I need something with a larger handle, so I would have to go with the coloured ones unless of course, the wooden one’s handles are around the same circumference. The pattern looks really nice too, I like the colours ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Thanks for the giveaway. I would love to try the wooden hooks. I love the blanket and those colors together.

  7. Love wooden hooks, but would be excited to win the Colourful Hooks as my arthritis is in full swing. Beautiful pattern, canโ€™t wait to try it!

  8. This pattern is perfect! I’ve been looking for an easy blanket pattern like this to make for premature babies, this design is beautiful! Thank you for the free pattern! โค๏ธ

  9. Iโ€™m very excited at the prospects of possibly winning the Caspian Wooden hooks, and am inclined to believe that the smoothness of the wood will better enable the yarn to glide across the hook promoting speed. So so want them!

  10. I would love to try the wooden Caspian hooks, but the books look really awesome!

    It looks like this blanket has a huge squish factor to it. I don’t have a baby, but it looks like it would make a wonderful lap blanket for my Mom – adding it to my to-do list.

  11. It’s hard to choose, since I’ve only used the basic metal hooks, but the colorful ones look so fun to use!

  12. I love using wooden knitting needles, but have never tried wooden crochet hooks. They are beautiful and would love to try them! Your baby blanket is gorgeous!

  13. I’m starting to get aches in my hands with smaller hooks so the colorful set look like great hooks!

  14. I’ve never used wooden hooks before so I would pick those, plus they are so pretty!! Love the blanket! Thanks for everything.

  15. I would love the comfort color hooks. I have carpal tunnels and arthritis in my hands and these look like they would be comfortable and help ease my pain.

  16. Hi Lee, great giveaway; love everything, but, if I had to choose, it would be the Caspian Hooks. Really, it would be so nice to have a complete set of hooks instead of a few from different companies. And thank you so much for the free patterns!

  17. I am excited about the Caspien Wooden Crochet Hooks. The Briar Rose is a beautiful blanket pattern and looks so comfy.

  18. I’ve never used wooden hooks before so I would be quite excited to try them! I mostly use the hand me down steel hooks (and a few plastic) given to me from my mother. The blanket is very lovely! This pattern with be going in my “to make” folder. Thank you!

  19. I’ve always wanted to try wooden hooks. I really like this pattern and your choice of yarn.

  20. I, too would be thrilled to add the Caspien wooden hook set to my collection. I reach for my current wooden hooks as my go-to as I find they feel better in my hands but Iโ€™m also curious about the magazine……where would I find the subscription info? Thanks for this giveaway opportunity. ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿงถ

  21. I have never tried wooded hooks but would love to win some and try them!!! Love the pattern too ๐Ÿฅฐ. Thank you

  22. I would love the wooden hooks. I have a wooden hook my great grandfather made that I plan to use to make the baby blanket. I also have wooden knitting needles he made.

  23. I think I’m most excited about the Caspian Wooden hooks, never used wooden hooks before. I would LOVE to try the interchangeable tunisian ones! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this blanket!

  24. The wooden ones! I’d love them both, but if I have to choose, those would be my choice! Thanks!

  25. I am most excited about the wooden hooks I haven’t worked with them before! This blanket pattern is so beautiful!

    1. I have not used wooden hooks before so I would love to try them for my next project!! Also love to be inspired by We Crochet!!

  26. Your blanket design is lovely!!!!! I would live to feel/use the campaign hooks! I would gift the ergo hooks to a friend of mine.

  27. Iโ€™ve never worked with a wooden hook, so Iโ€™d be excited to try the Caspien set! The other items in the bundle are awesome too! Who couldnโ€™t use a book or two of more crochet ideas and a cute bag to carry it all in?

  28. Both sets of hooks are beautiful but if I have to pick I would say I’m most eager to try the Caspien hooks

  29. I’ve never used Caspian Wooden crochet hooks so I’m most excited about those! The blanket is beautiful!

  30. I have the Caspien set of Tunisian crochet hooks but I also love my Boye ergos. I have been curious to try other brands so I would have to say the colorful set of ergo hooks are more exciting.

  31. I think I’m most excited about the Colorful Crochet Hooks. I have terrible arthritis in my hands and am always looking for an ergonomic set of hooks that will allow me to crochet without so much pain. Thank you!

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