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Free Waffle Blanket Crochet Pattern

Looking for a textured blanket? Try this colorful free waffle blanket crochet pattern. There are lots of different color versions and examples.

This free crochet pattern uses cake yarn. I really like cake yarn you get colors that go well together without having to weave it lots of ends.

There are lots of different colors to pick from. They would work for a boy or a girl.

The crochet blanket pattern is free. There are affiliate links in this post. I will receive a small commission if you purchase through these links at no additional cost to you.

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Free Waffle Blanket Crochet Pattern

A great textured baby blanket made with worsted weight gauge 4 Caron cake yarn. There are tons of variations you could make.

Level: Easy  Author: Amanda from

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You will find the pattern here. Paid PDF here.

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Another color variation

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Gray Modern Chunky Baby Blanket Pattern

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A modern chunky textured blanket using the spider stitch it an easy repeat. It is made with bulky yarn so it works up fast.

American Standard Baby Blanket Sizes Crochet

  • Lovey: 14 in x 14 in – great for cuddling (35.56 cm)
  • Large Lovey: 20 in x 20 in – great for cuddling and covering a newborn in the car seat (50.8 cm)
  • Preemie Blanket: 18 in x 18 in (45.72 cm)
  • Receiving Blanket: 30 in x 30 in – a great size for a newborn (76.2 cm)
  • Baby Blanket: 29 in x 35 in – a great size for a new baby with room to grow (73.66 cm x 88.9 cm)
  • Swaddling Blanket: 40 in x 40 in- for wrapping a newborn up tight usually made of gauze or flannel (101.6 cm) but a lightweight yarn would work
  • Crib: 45 in x 60 in (114.3 cm x 152.4 cm) – a great blanket size for growing into, toddlers, or a throw for older children

Of course, these sizes are just standard blanket sizes and you wan make them to fix your needs and size. My size choice also depends on how much yarn I have left and the repeat of the pattern.

I hope this helps you decide what size of baby blanket to crochet.

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