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Pretty V-Stitch Blanket Crochet Pattern

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern

I’ve got a fun new free crochet blanket pattern for you today! It’s what I like to call “crochet season” around here: you know, that brief time of the year when central Florida isn’t unbearably hot. I hate to admit it, but when the weather is in the mid to upper 90s in September and sometimes even October, it’s hard to get into the mood for making cozy hats and crochet blankets. Thankfully, it’s starting to cool off and I’ve got a lot going on by way of designing and crocheting.

As the mom of three little girls, I sometimes feel like we have baby dolls coming out our ears I have heard that not all girls enjoy playing with baby dolls, but all three of mine definitely do. My kids love everything from American Girl Dolls to Madame Alexander dolls and everything between. Recently, they’ve been asking for blankets for their babies. In fact, they’ve tried to claim each of my recent projects.

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern

Yesterday, I finally sat down to get started on this project. I say started because I was only able to complete one of the three baby doll blankets that have been ordered by my girls.

I went with a simple v-stitch – mainly because it’s quick and it’s fun to play around with color using this stitch. I took a pillow from my girls’ room and matched it as best I could using my Paintbox Yarn stash. I ended up using the shades Bubblegum Pink (250), Paper White (200), Lime Green (228), Seafoam Blue (231), and Melon Sorbet (216).

I posted some pictures over on Instagram and had a lot of people asking me for the pattern. Even though it’s a simple one – as well as a common stitch –  I’ll share all the details below.

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern

Easy V Stitch Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

Materials

Pattern Notes:

  • This pattern is worked in multiples of 3. You can make your chain as long as you like  and follow the pattern below.
  • If you follow my measurements, you’ll end up with a doll or preemie blanket measuring 15.5” x 18.5” inches.

Abbreviations:

  • DC = Double Crochet
  • SC = Single Crochet
  • Sl st = slip stitch
  • Ch = chain
  • V-stitch = DC + chain 1 + DC all in the same stitch

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern

Ch 66. (or any multiple of 3)

Row 1: V-st in the fourth ch from hook, *sk 2 ch, V-st in next ch* across, dc in last ch (there will be one skipped chain between your last v-stitch and your last dc). Ch 2, turn.

Row 2: V-st in next V-st across, dc in the top of your turning ch. Ch 2, turn.

Repeat row 2 until you have a total of 41 rows.

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern

My Stripe pattern is like this:

  • Bubblegum Pink
  • Paper White
  • Lime Green
  • Paper White
  • Seafoam Blue
  • Paper White
  • Melon Sorbet
  • Paper White

On your final repeat of the pattern, end with one more row of Bubblegum Pink.

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern

Border:

For the border, I did two simple rounds of single crochet.

Round 1: Using Bubblegum Pink, join yarn with a sl st and ch 1. sc evenly around working 3 sc in each corner. Sl st to the first stitch to join. Cut yarn and weave ends.

Round 2: Using Melon Sorbet, join yarn with a sl st and ch 1. sc evenly around working 3 sc in each corner. Sl st to join. Cut yarn and weave ends.

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern


I'm Lauren, the girl behind the Daisy Cottage Designs blog and Etsy shop. Here you'll find free crochet patterns, printables, and more. Click my picture to learn more about me!


           


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Latest from the Blog

Pretty V-Stitch Blanket Crochet Pattern

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern

I’ve got a fun new free crochet blanket pattern for you today! It’s what I like to call “crochet season” around here: you know, that brief time of the year when central Florida isn’t unbearably hot. I hate to admit it, but when the weather is in the mid to upper 90s in September and sometimes even October, it’s hard to get into the mood for making cozy hats and crochet blankets. Thankfully, it’s starting to cool off and I’ve got a lot going on by way of designing and crocheting.

As the mom of three little girls, I sometimes feel like we have baby dolls coming out our ears I have heard that not all girls enjoy playing with baby dolls, but all three of mine definitely do. My kids love everything from American Girl Dolls to Madame Alexander dolls and everything between. Recently, they’ve been asking for blankets for their babies. In fact, they’ve tried to claim each of my recent projects.

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern

Yesterday, I finally sat down to get started on this project. I say started because I was only able to complete one of the three baby doll blankets that have been ordered by my girls.

I went with a simple v-stitch – mainly because it’s quick and it’s fun to play around with color using this stitch. I took a pillow from my girls’ room and matched it as best I could using my Paintbox Yarn stash. I ended up using the shades Bubblegum Pink (250), Paper White (200), Lime Green (228), Seafoam Blue (231), and Melon Sorbet (216).

I posted some pictures over on Instagram and had a lot of people asking me for the pattern. Even though it’s a simple one – as well as a common stitch –  I’ll share all the details below.

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern

Easy V Stitch Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

Materials

Pattern Notes:

  • This pattern is worked in multiples of 3. You can make your chain as long as you like  and follow the pattern below.
  • If you follow my measurements, you’ll end up with a doll or preemie blanket measuring 15.5” x 18.5” inches.

Abbreviations:

  • DC = Double Crochet
  • SC = Single Crochet
  • Sl st = slip stitch
  • Ch = chain
  • V-stitch = DC + chain 1 + DC all in the same stitch

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern

Ch 66. (or any multiple of 3)

Row 1: V-st in the fourth ch from hook, *sk 2 ch, V-st in next ch* across, dc in last ch (there will be one skipped chain between your last v-stitch and your last dc). Ch 2, turn.

Row 2: V-st in next V-st across, dc in the top of your turning ch. Ch 2, turn.

Repeat row 2 until you have a total of 41 rows.

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern

My Stripe pattern is like this:

  • Bubblegum Pink
  • Paper White
  • Lime Green
  • Paper White
  • Seafoam Blue
  • Paper White
  • Melon Sorbet
  • Paper White

On your final repeat of the pattern, end with one more row of Bubblegum Pink.

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern

Border:

For the border, I did two simple rounds of single crochet.

Round 1: Using Bubblegum Pink, join yarn with a sl st and ch 1. sc evenly around working 3 sc in each corner. Sl st to the first stitch to join. Cut yarn and weave ends.

Round 2: Using Melon Sorbet, join yarn with a sl st and ch 1. sc evenly around working 3 sc in each corner. Sl st to join. Cut yarn and weave ends.

Use this adorable v stitch crochet pattern to create this crochet baby blanket in any size you wish. Free crochet pattern from Daisy Cottage Designs. | baby blanket crochet pattern, easy crochet patter, free crochet pattern, rainbow blanket crochet pattern


I'm Lauren, the girl behind the Daisy Cottage Designs blog and Etsy shop. Here you'll find free crochet patterns, printables, and more. Click my picture to learn more about me!


           


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