Baby Blanket Jessica
Do you want to learn how to crochet Baby Blanket Jessica? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.
I was doing some research on Ravelry when I came across this beautiful blanket and brought the idea to you.
This beautiful blanket was created by Jo Ann Maxwell in 1995, unfortunately there is no pattern available in the publication, but this blanket is so easy to make that with simple guidance you can make it at home.
Baby Blanket Jessica it’s easy to execute. There was no graphic but I will improvise here, and you will be able to do it.
You will need 3 or 4 balls of soft yarn and a hook that gives gauge to this yarn.
This is basic square granny graph.
- Follow the chart increasing as many rows as necessary until you reach the desired size.
- Following the photo, add 5 rows of double crochets
- Follow with 3 more rows of granny
- Finish with a fancy stitch finish
- decorate with crochet flower applications
Below is a simple flower graph:
It is common for parents to have doubts when putting the baby to sleep. Concern about whether the child is feeling cold or not and whether it is safe to use a hood, cap, gloves and blankets at bedtime. It’s a valid concern.
We know that it is necessary to keep the baby warm, but care must be taken so that only safe accessories are in the crib, so that the baby does not suffocate. This includes comfortable clothing and secure blankets.
Thanks to Jo Ann Maxweel for the article inspiration and featured image.
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