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Crocheting Mamas You and me + 4 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 4113 posts
24th Aug

I want to do a fun, creative blanket for my unborn but i have done them most. Any unique ideas, patterns or websites you can share with me?



Nothing is sparking my interest so far.

Photo Assassin 67 kids; Louisville, Kentucky 1666 posts
24th Aug

I have been having a hard time finding one for my boy. So I actually did a straight knit at a bias, and embroidered his initials into them.



I honestly go to Pinterest, get the idea, and look up the stitch name. I don't use patterns (other than the stitch pattern), and make my own. Look up boy crochet in Pinterest.

You and me + 4 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 4113 posts
24th Aug
Quoting Photo Assassin *36weeks*:" I have been having a hard time finding one for my boy. So I actually did a straight knit at a bias, and ... [snip!] ... up the stitch name. I don't use patterns (other than the stitch pattern), and make my own. Look up boy crochet in Pinterest."


Thank you. Im doing it now. Im not that good to do free style yet but i can do almost any pattern.

Momlette~29weeks Due December 25; 2 kids; Ohio 25474 posts
24th Aug

This is what I made for baby 525742_10200964372969629_1908037381_n.jp

You and me + 4 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 4113 posts
24th Aug
Quoting Momlette~22 weeks:" This is what I made for baby "


I did something similiar before but not with the ends. Do you have a pattern?

Momlette~29weeks Due December 25; 2 kids; Ohio 25474 posts
24th Aug
Quoting You and me + 3:" I did something similiar before but not with the ends. Do you have a pattern?"


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsytamQnXWI

motherofboys 3 kids; Milton-Freewater, Oregon 2263 posts
24th Aug

I like to make a bunch of squares in different stitches (a fun way to learn those hundred different stitch types in the old crochet books) and put them together like a granny square blanket. I also used up all of my tiny balls of yarn from other projects on one big crazy blanket. It was so many random colors, my kids loved it. :)

user banned Due January 20; 33 kids; North Carolina 14662 posts
24th Aug

You could do a fibonacci style one
http://knitfits.theotherbell.com/fibonacci.htm
Or just roll a dice and make that the amount of stripes for that block. It's super simple, but actually looks pretty good.
Fibonacci-blanket.jpg

You and me + 4 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 4113 posts
24th Aug

Thank you all ladies. All really good ideas