New Blanket Knitting Patterns for Babies new Season 2019
Jeanette at Sunset Pattern
Everyone loves babies, right? I know what I’m doing! I also love to create adorable things for newborns. Every time a baby is announced in our family, I take out the hook and start something special.
I love seeing this thread take shape! Whether you are expecting a baby or know someone, I have a great collection of 50 adorable baby crochet patterns that you really need.
To be honest, crocheting is not difficult at all. I learned to use a couple of books I learned and some helpful YouTube videos. Anyone can learn to crochet, and these baby crochet patterns are pretty simple so you can make them even if you’re just starting out with crocheting.
The squares in this blanket are named after one of my dear friends: Aunt Jeanette. When I think of her, I remember the many cups of tea we shared at dusk; me with my 18-year-old naivety and know-it-all conviction, hair with her salt-and-pepper hair and laughter like rolling thunder.
And so Anna and I would like to introduce you: Jeanette at Sunset (Calitzdorp, Little Karoo, South Africa).
For this blanket you use 2 strands of Scheepjes Whirl and 1 strand of Scheepjes Stonewashed, switching between a 3 mm hook (squares and edge) and a 3.5 mm hook (connection).