6 DIY Baby Blankets

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Hello beautiful mommies!  Let’s do some DIY baby crafts today.  Here are some baby blankets that are so cute and fun to do!

1.  Cotton Print and Minky Baby Blanket

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You will need:

1 1/4 yard woven cotton print fabric

1 1.4 yard minky fabric

thread to match

and sewing supplies

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2.  Easy Baby Afghan

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You will need:

S-35 19.00mm crochet hook

3 skeins Berroco Comfort Chunky yarn in 5743/Goldenrod (category 5)

3 skeins Berroco Comfort Chunky yarn in 5700/Chalk (category 5)

3 skeins Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice yarn in Pink (this is actually a category 4 yarn but the gauge is similar to the Berroco…)

Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

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3.  Flannel baby blanket with satin binding

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 You will need:

-two 1-yard pieces of flannel

-one package satin blanket binding (at least 140 inches long, I use Wrights)

-thread

-a sewing machine and knowledge of how to use it

-something to mark your fabric like tailors chalk

-scissors

-sewing pins

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4.  Bubble Quilt – Puff Blanket – Biscuit Quilt

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You will need:

16 different colors of scrap fabric (if you want to do the rainbow)

1 yard cheap crappy fabric for the base of the puffs (you won’t be able to see them)

1 yard minky

1 1/2 yard silky fabric for the ruffle

Some poly-fil

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5.  DIY Crochet 6 Petal Flower Baby Blanket

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You will need:

*G hook

*Worsted weight Yarn in 2 colors

Here used Cascade 220 wool solids

*yarn needle

*Scissors

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6.  DIY Minky Taggie Blanket

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You will need:

1 yard of cotton fabric, I used “Pristine Poppy” in magenta by Joel Dewberry

1 yard of minky fabric, I used “dimple dot” in ivory

Coordinating Thread

Pins

Tailor’s Chalk

Various Types of Ribbon

Sewing Machine

Fabric Scissors

Optional: Self Healing Mat, Clear Sewing Ruler and Rotary Cutter

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Don’t you love making things for babies?