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Do you remember the design – Aran Baby Car Seat Blanket? Now I made a simlar one but much easier using the amazing yarn I found at local Michael’s Store when I shop for Easter Basket. This blanket could be folded into a little pillow and with the design for the belt, you will never need to worry the blanket could fall on the ground.

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Yarn(Bulky/Weight Category 5)

Bernat MIX Baby Big Ball Yarn in Putty — 2 ball (amount required approx. 516 yard)
8 oz /225g, 285yd /260 m per ball

Tools and Notions:

7mm crochet hook
darning needle
removeable stitch markers
scissors


Finish Size:

25.5”x33” (65cm x 84cm)
10″ x 10″ (25.5cm x 25.5cm) when folded

Gauge: (in 4″ x 4″/10cm x 10cm)

10 sts x 5.5 rows in double crochet

Abbreviations:

Ch = chain
Dc = double crochet
Fdc = fondation double crochet
rep = repeat
Sk = skip
Sp = space
St(s) = stitch(es)



Pattern Notes:

  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • This blanket is worked in 2 pieces then sew together.

PATTERN

Blanket

Row 1: With 7 mm crochet hook fdc 65 (or ch 67, dc into 3rd ch from hook, dc in each st across.

Row 2: ch 2 (count as 1st dc), turn, dc in each st across.

Row 3: rep Row 2.

Row 4: ch 3(count as 1st dc and ch-1), turn, dc in 3rd st of row, *ch 1, sk 1, dc in next, rep from * to end. (33 dc + 32 ch-1)

Row 5: ch 2 (count as 1st dc), turn, *dc in ch-1 sp, dc in next, rep from * to end.

Row 6: rep Row 2.

Row 7: rep Row 4.

Row 8: rep Row 5.

Row 9 – 15: rep Row 2 – 8.

Row 16 & 17: rep Row 2.

Row 18: rep Row 5.

Row 19 & 20: rep Row 2.

Row 21: ch 3 (count as 1st dc + ch-1), turn, dc in 3rd st of row, [ch 1, sk 1, dc in next], rep [] 13 times, ch 7, sk 7, dc in next, rep [] 15 times. (15 dc + 14 ch-1 on each side of ch-7)

Row 22: ch 2 (count as 1st dc), turn, dc 29, dc into each ch of ch-7, dc 29.

Row 23 & 24: rep Row 2.

Row 25: ch 3 (count as 1st dc + ch-1), turn, dc in 3rd st of row, [ch 1, sk 1, dc in next], rep [] 11 times, ch 3, sk 3, dc in next, rep [] 4 times, ch 3, sk 3, rep [] 12 times. (5 dc + 4 ch-1 between, ch-3, 13 dc + 12 ch-1 the other side of ch-3)

Row 26: ch 2 (count as 1st dc), dc 25, dc into each ch of ch-3, dc 9, dc into each ch of ch-3, dc 25.

Row 27: rep Row 2.

Row 28: rep Row 5.

Row 29 – 31: rep Row 2.

Row 32: Row 5.

Row 33 & 34: rep Row 2.

Row 35. rep Row 5.

Row 36 – 38: rep Row 5.

Row 39 – 45: rep Row 32 – 38.

Pocket

Row 1: With 7 mm crochet hook fdc 25 (or ch 27, dc into 3rd ch from hook, dc in each st across.

Row 2: ch 2 (count as 1st dc), turn, dc in each st across.

Row 3: rep Row 2.

Row 4: ch 3(count as 1st dc and ch-1), turn, dc in 3rd st of row, *ch 1, sk 1, dc in next, rep from * to end. (13 dc + 12 ch-1)

Row 5: ch 2 (count as 1st dc), turn, *dc in ch-1 sp, dc in next, rep from * to end.

Row 6: rep Row 2.

Row 7: rep Row 4.

Row 8: rep Row 5.

Row 9 – 14: rep Row 2-7.

Leave a long tail about 60” (150 cm). Affix the pocket to the blanket with stitch markers. (as shown in pic. Please note the blanket is upside down in the picture.)

Whip stitch the pocket onto the blanket from one orange marker down and around the pocket to the other orange marker(leave the upside open for the opening to put the blanket inside).

I put so many stitch markers just to ensure the pocket is in the middle of the blanket. Each stitch on the side of pocket should be sew onto the corresponding stitch on the blanket.

Weave in Ends.

Fold the blanket step by step as pic. shown above.

Then find the pocket opening and turn the inside out tuck the blanket in.

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