Beautiful Baby Blanket Knitting Patterns

If you are on the hunt for an adorable Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern, you will love this adorable collection that we have handpicked for you.

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If you are on the hunt for baby blanket knitting patterns, you are in the right place. We have rounded up a collection of our favorites and there is something for everyone.

Whether you have a new bundle on the way or know someone who does, these patterns are the perfect projects. They’re easy to follow too. Browse the collection now and Pin your favorites.

Fairy Blanket Knitting Pattern

via Honeybee Bears

This best selling knitting pattern is a real head turner and is guaranteed to earn you lots of compliments. The colors make it a cheerful gift for baby.

May Baby Blanket Pattern Shawl

via HoneyBee Bears

What a stunning baby blanket shawl pattern! This would be perfect for a christening or baby shower gift and the detail is absolutely exquisite.

Butterfly Blanket Pattern

via HoneyBee Bears

Another best selling pattern is this simply breathtaking butterfly blanket. We love the colors and the texture ensures it’s the perfect place to snuggle.

Bobble Stitch Baby Blanket Pattern

via DaisyGrayKnits

The Bobble stitch always makes a beautiful blanket, and this one has a lovely border to boot. The bobble stitches give this blanket a lightweight feel for warmer days, with the cozy look of a warmer blanket.

As with some of the other blanket patterns, this one has instructions for making it as large or small as you’d like.

Freya Baby Blanket Pattern

via Daisy Gray Knits

This gorgeous baby blanket is marked as easy by the creator and iit’s also one of her most popular, best-selling patterns. We can certainly see why!

Diamond Pattern Baby Blanket

via DiasyGrayKnits

This beautiful diamond pattern makes for a classic-looking baby blanket that would make a lovely heirloom.

It’s a medium-weight blanket, just right for cooler weather, and is soft to the touch using a good DK weight yarn.

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