Looking to crochet a unique baby blanket for your little one or do you need a quick baby shower gift? If so, I’ve got a fun free crochet baby girl blanket pattern that’s made using two different stitch combos.
It’s simple, works up incredibly fast, and is totally beginner-friendly! It’s similar to my modern striped crochet baby blanket pattern, but just a tad different. So if you like that pattern, I think you’ll enjoy this one as well.
This free crochet blanket pattern is made using a lightweight number 3 yarn and a 4.0 mm hook. You can continue to read through for the inspiration behind my latest design or scroll down for the pattern.
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Free Crochet Baby Girl Blanket Pattern
My latest free pattern is a simple crochet baby blanket. It’s an easy-to-make crochet blanket that has two different stitch patterns. The first stitch used for the pattern is the Suzette stitch.
I love using the Suzette stitch and use it whenever I can in my patterns. It’s an easy one-row repeat stitch that’s made using single crochet and double crochet. It’s perfect for beginners, as you really get to know how to work the basic crochet stitches.
The second stitch in the pattern is a simple double crochet stitch. So it’s just going to be a repeat of the other stitch, but without the single crochet. Easy right!
I just loved how these two different stitch patterns look together and thought it would be perfect for this crochet baby girl blanket design.
A Crochet Baby Shower Gift Idea
One thing I love about baby showers is seeing all the homemade gifts. So when I heard that my sister was throwing a baby shower for her friend, I thought it was the perfect time to design and make a crochet baby blanket.
Since we know the gender of the baby, which is a girl (and her favorite color!), I went ahead and made this in one color. But, you could also choose two different colors and switch between rows.
Or you could also pick one color for the blanket and another color for the border. So it’s totally up to you! I also added some color combinations down below in case you need some color matching ideas.
The Yarn You’ll Use for Your Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern
For this crochet baby blanket pattern, I used 4 skeins of Hobby Lobby’s Yarn Bee Bamboo-Tiful in the color Rose. It’s a lightweight category 3 yarn that’s made from cotton and bamboo.
I love using this yarn and highly recommend it for this baby blanket pattern. Here’s a list of some color combinations for this design:
- Linen – Rose
- Linen – Basil
- Rose – Mustard
- White – Sea Green
- Iron – Rose
- Linen – Papaya
If you want to use another yarn for this pattern, I would recommend Lion Brand Coboo yarn. It’s also a lightweight number 3 yarn that’s made from cotton and bamboo. They look and feel the same to me.
If you want to see an example of this yarn, take a look at this Shell Stitch Baby Blanket pattern or this Roundup of free Lion Brand Coboo yarn patterns.
How to Adjust the Size of Your Crochet Baby Blanket?
If you want to make a smaller or larger version of this crochet baby blanket pattern, all you need to do is adjust the starting chain. You also have to take the multiple into account, which is two.
So for a smaller blanket, you want to decrease the number of chains and for a larger blanket, you want to increase the number of chains.
If you need help figuring out what size you want your crochet blanket to be, check out this crochet blanket sizing guide post.
Other Free Crochet Blanket Patterns
- Textured Crochet Blanket – If you love texture, you’ll love this pattern. This blanket uses basic crochet stitches. Perfect for the beginner or advanced crocheter!
- Cozy Cotton Crochet Blanket – This pretty blanket features a fun puff stitch border and uses a one-stitch repeat.
- Easy One-Stitch Repeat Crochet Blanket – The ultimate beginner-friendly crochet blanket. This free blanket pattern also includes a guided video tutorial.
Free Crochet Baby Girl Blanket Pattern
Learn how to crochet a cute baby blanket for your little one with this free pattern. You can make this blanket in one color or choose two different colors and alternate between each row. This simple crochet baby blanket is made using two different stitches.
The first stitch the pattern calls for is the Suzette stitch and the second stitch is a double crochet. Both of these stitches are fun and easy to make!
You can purchase a printable PDF pattern here
- 4 skeins of Hobby Lobby’s Yarn Bee Bamboo-Tiful in the color Rose (Weight 3/ 4oz, 257yds), a total of 1,028 yards or you can use another lightweight category number 3 yarn.
- 4.0 mm crochet hook.
- darning needle.
- sew on label (optional).
16 stitches x 12 rows = 4″ inch square in double crochet.
16 stitches x 12 rows = 4″ inch square in suzette stitch.
ch – chain: Yarn over, pull through loop on hook.
sc – single crochet: Insert hook into stitch, yarn over and pull through, yarn over and pull through last two loops on hook.
dc – double crochet: Yarn over, insert hook into stitch and pull through, yarn over and pull through first two loops on hook, yarn over and pull through last two loops on hook.
Size of Baby Blanket:
30″ inches x 30″ inches
- Pattern written in U.S Terms.
- Two different stitch patterns are used for this pattern (double crochet, and the suzette stitch).
- Guided video tutorial for this pattern can be found here.
- A guided video tutorial for the suzette stitch can be found here.
- A guided video tutorial for double crochet can be found here.
- ch 1 does not count as a stitch for the Suzette stitch and ch 3 does not count as a stitch for the double crochet rows.
- “R” stands for row in the pattern.
R1: In second ch from hook, (1sc,1dc) in same chain. Skip next ch, *(1sc,1dc) in next ch, skip 1 ch. Repeat from * till last two ch. skip next ch, sc in last ch. Turn. (119)
R2: ch 1 , (1sc, 1dc) in first stitch , skip 1 st. *(1sc,1dc) in next st, skip 1 st. Repeat from * till last two st. skip next st, sc in last st. Turn. (119)
R3: Repeat row 2.
R4: ch 3, turn, dc in first stitch and across (last double crochet will be made in the last single crochet stitch of the previous row). (119)
R5: Repeat row 4.
R6: Repeat row 4.
R7,8,9: Repeat row 2.
R10, 11, 12: Repeat row 4.
R13, 14, 15: Repeat row 2.
R16, 17, 18: Repeat row 4.
R19, 20, 21: Repeat row 2.
R22, 23, 24: Repeat row 4.
R25, 26, 27: Repeat row 2.
R28, 29, 30: Repeat row 4.
R31, 32, 33: Repeat row 2.
R34, 35, 36: Repeat row 4.
R37, 38, 39: Repeat row 2.
R40, 41, 42: Repeat row 4.
R43, 44, 45: Repeat row 2.
R46, 47, 48: Repeat row 4.
R49, 50, 51: Repeat row 2.
R52, 53, 54: Repeat row 4.
R55, 56, 57: Repeat row 2.
R58, 59, 60: Repeat row 4.
R61, 62, 63: Repeat row 2.
R64, 65, 66: Repeat row 4.
R67, 68, 69: Repeat row 2.
R70, 71, 72: Repeat row 4.
R73, 74, 75: Repeat row 2.
Do not cut yarn.
You’re now finished with the blanket portion of the pattern. Now we will work the border in continues rounds.
How to Crochet a Border Around Your Baby Blanket
You want to start off by chaining 1 at the top left corner of your blanket and continue making single crochets along the edges of the blanket. Once you have reached a corner, make 3 single crochets in each corner.
Continue to repeat this for one more round. If you find that your edges are starting to curl, make an extra single crochet to each stitch.
Once you have finished your last stitch, make a slip stitch and tie a knot. Finally, cut your yarn and weave in your ends.
Last but not least, make sure to block your blanket with a blocking tool to smooth out any curling that occurred during the process of making this crochet baby blanket.
I hope you enjoyed making this cute crochet baby girl blanket! I added a cute little white bow to mine and I might add a little stuffed animal to it as well.
Wednesday 11th of January 2023
Can not find your tutorial video on the single border for this stunning blanket. Kindly please repost the video, or guide me on how to find the video.???? I have finished the blanket and I am not pleased with the way I did my border, so I need your help please. Fist time ever finishing a crochet blanket.
Monday 16th of January 2023
Hi there, I don't have a video tutorial yet for a single crochet border, but I will make sure to add one. In the mean time though, I would recommend going to YouTube, they have some wonderful tutorials on how to make a single crochet border. 😊
Tuesday 18th of October 2022
Any tips for newbie?? New to crochet over here and I followed the pattern for chaining 120 then doing the suzette stitch but I don't have 119 for the next row... I keep ending up with 80? Can't seem to figure out where I am going wrong!
Tuesday 18th of October 2022
Hello, welcome to crochet! I think your stitches are decreasing as you go to work on the following row because you should end up with 119. I would recommend adding a stitch marker to the end of the row/stitch and this way you know where to place your last stitch. I would try that and see if it works. 😊
Tuesday 9th of August 2022
Thank you for such a great pattern! I love the texture of this one. Made a striped version about twin size for a 4 year old girl & she loves it!
Tuesday 9th of August 2022
You're welcome! I'm so glad you enjoyed making the pattern. 😊
Thursday 19th of May 2022
Thank you! This pattern turned out so nice. It is simple and elegant!
Thursday 26th of May 2022
You're welcome! I'm so glad you enjoyed the pattern. 😊
Sunday 24th of April 2022
Hi there, Can I use yarn weight #4 for this pattern? Thanks
Friday 29th of April 2022
Hi, yes you can definitely use a worsted weight number 4 yarn for this blanket pattern.