Baby blankets are perfect for cuddling, swaddling, napping, and security. They also make the perfect luxurious handmade gift. This video tutorial is of an heirloom vintage inspired baby blanket using the ripple puff stitch. I found this free written pattern online. I followed the pattern pretty close but I added a border around the entire piece. You can find the free pattern here.
This generously sized super soft cuddly blanket is perfect for any nursery layette and is sure to be a baby or toddler’s favorite. I used one skein of each color of Bernat Baby Coordinates yarn Iced Mint, White, Baby Pink, and Soft Blue. I’m in awe of how pretty this stitch turned out using these colors!
Follow along with this video to learn how to make this lovely baby blanket.
A handmade heirloom blanket is a gift that a child will cherish forever. It can be made in a medley of colors or one solid tone. This is adaptable to any type of yarn and you can go up in hook size as well.
Although the video tutorial shows how to make a baby blanket, you can apply the same technique and continue to expand the size by increasing the amount of chains. This pattern is in multiples of 18 (+2), and I explain in the video how to make it bigger.
This will add and elegant touch to any nursery.
Teacher: Nadia Fuad
Video and Editing: Fuad Azmat (My Daddy)
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“Read me a story,
tuck me in tight,
say a sweet prayer,
and kiss me goodnight…”
Can you please send me a copy of this written pattern, I have been unable to find one and I am not always going to be able to watch a video to follow the pattern. I have tried to follow the video and write my own pattern but it is not as clear as I would like for later use. Thank you.
Hello Nadia, This video makes no mention of what to do with the cut-off ends (from changing colors) when the blanket is completed. You mention that you will “sew in” the ends when you are completed, but, your video adds a border, without mentioning what to do with the cut-off ends.
I love this blanket & would not have been able to make something like this without your video. Thanks so much!! 😀
Is there a printed copy of this pattern available please. Am elderly and hard of hearing and cannot hear the sound on video but would like to make the blanket. Thank you
Is there a printed version of this pattern anywhere please. I am very hard of hearing and cannot hear the you tube sound but would really like to make this blanket. If you have a word doc of the pattern I would be grateful and happy to pay a reasonable price for it. Thank you