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Beckett Woodland Baby Blankie – Free Crochet Pattern

The Beckett Woodland Baby Blankie is here! Made to look like knitting! this FREE crochet pattern is perfect for beginner crocheters that are looking to create a treasured blankie that has a gorgeous faux-knit texture.
Every crocheter knows that feeling of excitement when it comes to the arrival of a new baby! There are so many adorable ways to celebrate from hats, to booties, to blankies! The Beckett Woodland Baby Blankie was designed to be a rustic unisex pattern with rich texture, all while keeping that new little bundle warm and cozy.
This pattern begins with easy circles that turn into squares and are then sewn or stitched together in a fun geometric design that will fit a modern nursery! Can you imagine how cute baby photos would be with this adorable cuddly blankie as the background? SO cute!!
Not only is this blanket fast to make, it’s one of those patterns where you can memorize the repeat easily and make squares as fast as lightning.
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The Lion Brand Yarn Kit
Lion Brand Yarn is an amazing yarn company that creates not only beautiful yarns, but they also sell ‘kits’ in which you get the printed pattern along with all of the yarn you need to crochet or knit the design! It comes right to your door so that you can get started using the exact yarn that the design calls for. No guessing!
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The Beckett Woodland Baby Blankie is available as a Lion Brand Yarn Kit here >> https://bit.ly/2s48NbP
I love getting the Lion Brand Yarn kit because you know you’ll have exactly the right amount of yarn, you get it shipped promptly to your house, and you also know that your project will look just like the designers project! My favorite kit that I’ve worked up is the Autumn League Pullover by Two Of Wands (available here). At the time I was a beginner knitter, and I wanted to make the exact same pullover as Alexi, in the exact same yarn she used. I even ordered the same color! It stands as one of my favourite knits.
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The Yarn I had the pleasure of designing this blankie with Lion Brand Yarn Re-Tweed!
“Re-Tweed is a rustic-look tweed yarn that comes in an array of muted natural colors. The nubby texture created by the tweed flecks will add depth to even the most basic stitches and patterns, or show off the tweed in cables or traditional gansey patterns. The CYC 4 (medium) weight makes this yarn perfect for everything from garments to accessories to home décor. And your projects will be machine washable and dryable, making them easy to use every day.”
I absolutely loved working with this yarn it was so soft! And the colors were perfect for a woodsy feel for this design.
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The Pattern
Intriguing motifs that begin as a circle and turn into a square make the Beckett Woodland Baby Blanket a delight for crocheters .
Difficulty
Intermediate
Yarn
Lion Brand Re-Tweed (202 yds/100g): 2 skeins each #126 Fudge (A), #123 Elmwood (B), and #131 Everglade (C) .
Materials
US Size H/8 (5mm) crochet hook.
Yarn needle, scissors.
Abbreviations
Ch = chain
Ch = chain
Hdc = half double crochet
Sc = single crochet
3rd loop = third back loop on a half double crochet
Size/Measurements
Blanket square = 10” x 10”, finished blanket = 30” x 40”
Gauge
7 hdc x 10 rows = 3”
Notes
1. Weave in ends as work progresses
2. Beginning ch 1 does not count as a st.
3. Work in continuous rounds unless indicated.
Instructions:
Square (make 12 total in the following color pallets):
Square #1: (make 4) MC = A, CC = C.
Square #2: (make 2) MC = B, CC = C.
Square #3: (make 2) MC = C, CC = B.
Square #4: (make 2) MC = B, CC = A.
Square #5: (make 1) MC = A, CC = B.
Square #6: (make 1) MC = C, CC = A.
With MC, make a magic ring.
Round 1: Ch 1, 6 hdc in ring–6 hdc.
Work in 3rd loop only here and throughout.
Round 2: 2 hdc each st around–12 hdc.
Round 3: [2 hdc, hdc in next] around–18 hdc.
Round 4: [2 hdc, hdc in next 2] around–24 hdc.
Round 5: [2 hdc, hdc in next 3] around–30 hdc.
Round 6: [2 hdc, hdc in next 4] around–36 hdc.
Round 7: [2 hdc, hdc in next 5] around–42 hdc.
Round 8: [2 hdc, hdc in next 6] around–48 hdc.
Round 9: [2 hdc, hdc in next 7] around–54 hdc.
Round 10: [2 hdc, hdc in next 8] around–60 hdc.
Round 11: [2 hdc, hdc in next 9] around–66 hdc.
Round 12: [2 hdc, hdc in next 10] around–72 hdc.
Fasten off MC, change to CC in same st.
Working in both loops here and throughout.
Round 13: Ch 1, *sc 3, hdc 3, dc 3, ch 2, dc 3, hdc 3, sc 3; repeat from * around, join–72 sts, 4 ch-2 spaces.
Round 14: Ch 1, *sc to next ch-2 space, (2 sc, ch 2, 2 sc) in ch-2 space; repeat from * around, join-88 sts.
Fasten off, weave in ends.
Blocking
Use preferred blocking method to block each square to 10” x 10” before joining.
Joining
Use preferred joining method to join squares as indicated in layout diagram.
Border
Working in BLO.
Round 1: With (C), join to any sc after ch-2 corner space, *ch 1, hdc st to next ch-2 space, (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in ch-2 space; repeat from * around, join.
Working in 3rd Loop Only.
Rounds 2-3: Repeat Round 1.
Fasten off, weave in ends.
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