4 Tier Cake Baby Blanket by Kim Harvey-Nash

4 Tier Cake Baby Blanket

Crochet
August 2015
No specific yarn needed
DK (11 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 9 rows = 4 inches
in Double crochet stitches
3.5 mm (E)
1269 - 1290 yards (1160 - 1180 m)
One size with option to increase
US
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

This beautiful yet simple blanket would make the perfect gift for any new arrival. The pretty ruffles gives the blanket added texture.

This pattern has instructions to make it the perfect size for a stroller blanket but if you need to make this blanket larger, it’s easy enough to keep adding rows until you are happy with the size.

Have fun with your colour choices – each tier can be a different colour, the petal row can be a contrasting shade or keep it neutral in one colour.

This pattern is easy enough for an intermediate crocheter or a novice if you have working knowledge of the following stitches:

  • chains
  • single crochet
  • half double crochet
  • double crochet
  • treble crochet
  • working in back loops and back post single crochet

Gauge, specific yarn and hook size is not critical for this project but I have stated the gauge, yarn and hook size that I have used in the pattern notes.

Don’t forget to add your completed project to Ravelry. I would love to see them!

This is a pdf pattern available for INSTANT DOWNLOAD.
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All my patterns are written in US terms and have a conversion chart to UK terms at the beginning in the pattern notes. My patterns are tested by others before publishing them on Ravelry but some errors may still occur.

Due to the nature of the pdf files sales, I will not refund any patterns, but I am available for help should you need it.

This pattern and all images are copyrighted to Kims Colourway and cannot be changed, sold, or reproduced in any way. You cannot sell the pattern but you are free to sell any items you make from using this pattern but please give me, Kims Colourway, credit for the design.

Pattern published August 2015.