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Crosshatch Stitch Baby Blanket
Crosshatch Stitch Baby Blanket
Crosshatch Stitch Baby Blanket
Crosshatch Stitch Baby Blanket
Crosshatch Stitch Baby Blanket
Crosshatch Stitch Baby Blanket

Crosshatch Stitch Baby Blanket

$2.50 USD





This simple stitch pattern creates a delightful chevron without complicated decreases. Carry the unworked yarn up the side and then cover with a border to minimize the number of yarn tails you need to weave in. This beautiful unisex blanket makes a perfect gift for a baby shower or as a donation to your favorite children’s charity. This pattern is available for FREE on my blog here. The free version is supported by advertising on my website. The downloadable pdf for sale on KnitCrate includes includes the full pattern in one printable file without advertisements. This pattern is part of my monthly charity spotlight series, where I highlight a charity that accepts crochet and other handmade donations and share a crochet pattern designed with that charity in mind. This month’s featured charities are the organizations spotlighted through the Friends of Pine Ridge Reservation. I’ve also included a complete video tutorial to walk you through the pattern, step-by-step. Finished Size Baby Blanket: 31” (79 cm) wide x 32.5” (82.5 cm) height. Materials Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Everyday Baby (Solid) yarn (100% acrylic, 4 oz/113 g/308 yd/282 m) – 2 skeins ea in 101-11 Fog Gray (CA) and 101-06 Green (CC), or approximately 410 yd (375 m) in ea of two colors in any light weight yarn. Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Everyday Baby (Multi) yarn (100% acrylic, 3.5 oz/100 g/250 yd/273 m) – 2 skeins in 102-05 Frosty (CB), or approximately 385 yd (352 m) in any light weight yarn. US Size G-6/4 mm crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge. Yarn needle. Gauge 4 sets of (ch-3 sp + 3 dc) x 8 rows = 4” (10 cm) in pattern. Exact gauge is not critical for this project. This pattern uses U.S. crochet abbreviations.