This Crochet Feather and Fan Baby Blanket Pattern makes a beautiful lacy blanket that will be treasured for years to come. The pattern includes both a written pattern and a video tutorial to walk you through each step! This post contains affiliate links, which help to support this site. Thank you!
Today, I am excited to be joining with some great bloggers in support of a wonderful cause. Kim of A Girl and A Glue Gun has organized a blanket extravaganza this month in support Luke’s Loves and the Project Linus charity. You can read all about these great organizations and how you can get involved by donating a handmade blanket to a child in need right HERE.
To support this cause, I decided to share a new crochet baby blanket pattern – the crochet feather and fan baby blanket.
This pattern is basically a mini version of one of my most popular crochet patterns, the Chunky Feather and Fan Afghan. I sized it down using a lighter yarn and smaller hook and made a couple other small adjustments to end up with this pretty, lacy baby blanket.
Feather and Fan Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern Supplies:
- Worsted Weight Yarn – I used Knit Picks Brava Acrylic in Mint, Tranquil, and Dove Heather (I used about 5 balls or 1100 yards in total). I also recommend Red Heart Soft for an affordable worsted weight acrylic.
- Size K (6.50 mm) Hook
- Yarn Needle
I would recommend reviewing my original feather and fan afghan pattern for more details about how to work the pattern as well as a stitch chart. UPDATE: I have made a video for this stitch! YAY! I will add the video at the end of this post. Please subscribe to my Youtube channel HERE.
Feather and Fan Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern
This pattern is written using American Crochet terms.
Please note: This pattern is free for personal use. You may sell items you make using my patterns, but please use a link when possible. You may not sell or redistribute my pattern. If you would like to share the pattern with a friend, please send them the link. Page views help to support this blog and allow me to provide free patterns like this one. Thank you! 🙂
Row 1: Work 119 foundation single crochet stitches [fsc (I just added a video for how to make the foundation single crochet stitch! Check it out HERE OR You can see my written photo tutorial for the foundation single stitch here.)] Or you can chain 120, sc in the second chain from the hook and each of the remaining stitches. (My finished blanket is about 32″ wide. You can adjust the width of the blanket by adding or subtracting multiples of 17 fsc.)
Row 2: Ch 3, 4 dc in same stitch. *Skip one sc, dc in next sc, repeat from * 6 times, skip one sc, 5 dc in next two scs. *Skip one sc, dc in next sc, repeat from * 6 times, skip one sc, 5 dc in next two scs. *Skip one sc, dc in next sc, repeat from * 6 times, skip one sc, 5 dc in next two scs.*Skip one sc, dc in next sc, repeat from * 6 times, skip one sc, 5 dc in next two scs. *Skip one sc, dc in next sc, repeat from * 6 times, skip one sc, 5 dc in next sc. Turn.
Row 3: Ch 1, working in front loops only, sc in same st and each st across (119 sc). Turn.
Rows 4-73: Repeat Rows 2 & 3 changing colors every 8 rows. Always add a new color on a Row 3 repeat. When you reach the end, finish off, and weave in ends.
I am excited to take this blanket to a local Project Linus drop off and get it into the hands of a kid who can squish it and love it. Find out how you can get involved in this great project here.
I really hope you all like this Crochet Feather and Fan Baby Blanket! If you make your own feather and fan blanket, I would LOVE to see it! Share your photos to my facebook page or tag me on instagram or twitter (@persialou), and don’t forget to use the hashtag #persialou for a chance to be featured.
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