Submitted on Sun, 03/19/2023 - 00:52

A Baby Blanket From Scrap Yarn - Free Crochet Pattern

What to do with all those piles of scrap yarn collecting in the scrap box ?

We all have a box that has some or ever more than some balls of yarn from previous completed crochet blankets, why not make them into some pretty small blankets for babies,  toddlers and tweens, they make fun play time blankets.

A Baby Blanket From Scrap Yarn
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Here is a quick baby or toddler blanket pattern for the use if all those scrap balls around the house, a quick to wotk project when you want to make a quick baby shower , birthday or even christmas gift.

Quick Scrap Yarn Baby Blanket pattern is for all the lost yarn balls that seemingly never fit anywhere, willing to become something, grand and great, the idea is simple , start with your smallest balls first and work in the rounds. As you finish one ball start with the next ball, you don't have to have all the colors in seperate rows, you can simply just join the next color you wish to add and keep working in the round.

Different stitch pattern per round row makes for interesting textures and using a kaleidoscope of color makes this a fun project. 

The pattern specifies a 4mm yarn hook for the gauge and finished size, but not any of this is set in stone. Use a larger yarn hook with a thicker / heavier  yarn and your blanket will be bigger. If it's bigger then it's perfect for that sports or game day, to protect your cheeks from a frosty seat.

This crochet pattern is worked in the round, like an old school granny square blanket, but with a modern twist , ending up in a rectangle rather than a square. No more worrying if your blanket is not going to come out straight.

This is a free condenced online version of this pattern. The ad-free PDF version is packed with written instructions, per row stitch diagrams and a full stith diagram and is available at a small fee.

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I add these pattern requirements as a simple guide to what I have used in the example pattern as well as some suggestions that I might think will work if the required materials are not obtainable. I often get requests on what yarn I have used and what color, so I hope this section helps.
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    • Loads of add balls and scarp yarn , from your leftover projects
    • Crochet hooks
    • Yarn needle to work in your ends
    • Some scissors to cutoff worked in tails
    • Stitch markers of you feel the need for them

    Start your pattern of with your smallest ball of scrap yarn and add your bigger balls of yarn as you go along. Pattern Information Yarn 100 % Cotton scrap balls Approx Skeins 15 x 120m skeins Crochet Hook : 4mm (G-6) Pattern written in : US terms Finished Size : 105 cm x 80 cm"

    Example pattern used a Crochet Hook 4mm (G-6) and is written is US Terms

Start your pattern of with your smallest ball of scrap yarn and add your bigger balls of yarn as you go along.

Pattern Information Yarn 100 % Cotton scrap balls

Approx Skeins 15 x 120m skeins Crochet Hook : 4mm (G-6)

Pattern written in : US terms

Finished Size : 105 cm x 80 cm"

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