Category: Blanket

Free Shark Crochet Patterns

Free Shark Crochet Patterns

Sharks, sharks, and more sharks.  What’s that swimming in the water?  It’s a bird, nope, it’s a plane, nope, it’s a SHARK!  Quick, grab your hook, yarn and pattern and start crocheting these 5 free crochet patterns.  These patterns are among my favorites and something I would actually make on dry land.  There’s something for every skill level.

 

Shark Hat
Shark Blanket
Shark Pencil Pouch
Baby Shark Hat and Booties
Shark Hat
Free Crochet Shark Patterns

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1 Shark Swaddle

2 Shark Pouch

Shark Beanie

4 Shark Blanket

5 Shark Beanie

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Sweet Baby Blanket

The Sweet Baby Blanket is a wonderful welcome home keepsake for a newborn.  Nothing says welcome home than a brand new baby blanket.  This Sweet Baby Blanket is a beginner pattern and has a pattern repeat.  You will be done before you know it.

School is out, summer is finally here.  Feels like a heat wave is going on, but I won’t complain much about the weather.  In a few months I’ll be looking for some bright and sunny days, so I welcome HEAT, bring it on!

I really thought I would ease up on crocheting during the summer and focus on sewing. Crocheting reigns supreme still.   Instead of buying new yarn I’m using what I have in my stash for a bit.  With many colors of a few skeins here and there the perfect things to make are baby items, loveys, and more hats.

I wanted to see what I could design with a pound of yarn.  What fell off my hook was the Sweet Baby Blanket.  I love doing repeat patterns with a few stitches.

Sweet Baby Blanket

The doll belonged to my son who is now 23 26 and he was the perfect little model.

Sweet Baby Blanket

Skill Level – Easy

Materials

  • Caron One Pound Baby Yarn 454g/16oz per ball

*If you don’t want to use this yarn you can use any worsted weight #4

  • Size H/5.00mm hook
  • Scissors
  • Weaving needle

Abbreviations

ch – chain

dc – double crochet ·

sk – skip

Notes:

Ch3 counts as a stitch

Gauge is not important

Pattern

Chain 127

Row 1: DC in 4th ch from hook (counts as DC) and in the next 3 chs, *sk next 2 chs, (2DC, ch2, 2DC) in next ch, sk next 2 chs, DC in next 5 chs, repeat from * to end, turn.

Row 2: Ch3, DC in next 4 DC, *(2DC, ch2, 2DC) in next ch2 space, sk next 2 DC, DC in next 5 DC, repeat from * to end, turn.

Repeat Row 2 until desired length or 54 times.

Last Row: Finish off and weave ends.

My blanket measured 36X32

Sweet Baby Blanket

Hope you enjoyed this pattern as much as I did.  Happy Hooking.

The pattern is available on Ravelry