Granny stripe blankets are among my favorite to make. They’re ridiculously easy, beautiful, and the color combinations are endless. I follow the general tutorial on the Attic 24 website. The tutorial is written in UK crochet terms, but a quick google search will teach you the differences. I’ll show you exactly how I did mine at the end of this post!
If you like this blanket, you’ll definitely want to check out this other blanket pattern.
I used Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn for this pattern. I know the pink is called raspberry, but I can’t remember the name of the green.
This particular blanket is a doll-sized blanket for my niece. My girls love having small blankets for wrapping babies, having picnics, and covering stuffed animals. I hope the soon-to-be three year old is as thrilled with this blanket as my girls are with theirs. These also make great stroller blankets for those times you don’t want to tote around a full-sized lovey.
In case you want to make a blanket just like mine, here’s how I made it.
-3 colors of worsted eight yarn
-Tapestry Needle for weaving ends