Hello my loves, happy Monday to all of us! We hope to find you all well to start another week together. We already have beautiful separate patterns to share with you. Today we are going to learn how to make Baby Sea Shells, a very beautiful crochet blanket to keep our little ones cozy. Crocheted blankets are essential items, present in baby’s layettes for a long time.
It’s that piece that the mother crocheted while waiting for the baby to arrive or the grandmother to gift her grandson. In addition to being comfortable, soft and fluffy, these blankets are very useful in everyday life. They are lightweight and easy to carry. In this pattern, the designer chose to use two shades of the same color on the same blanket. You can follow the step by step or follow with the same yarn.
There in the pattern, she teaches you both ways. As for the colors, you can choose the ones you like the most. You can match the colors with the trousseau, the decoration of the room, or do it with pastel tones, there’s no mistake. When choosing yarn, choose those that are suitable for babies. There are anti-allergenic options that do not irritate the baby’s skin, do not have many details that can bother them and are very soft and comfortable to the touch.
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As for care, as they are handcrafted items, they are more delicate items. They last for a long time, but for that you have to choose quality yarns and take some care when washing. Do not use hot water or chlorine bleach. To prevent the blanket from rubbing against the machine, you can place it inside a pillowcase. They are ways to have a perfect blanket for longer.
The baby sea shells pattern is available from The Crochet Crowd. You will have the descriptive pattern, the pdf and the video tutorial to guide you through this process. Check them all out before starting to crochet, instructions never hurt. We hope you like it and take advantage of this pattern to practice this beautiful craft a little more. Tell us what you think, we are happy with your feedback. Grab your crochet hooks and let’s crochet!
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