Emersyn's Baby Afghan
A college friend contacted me & inquired about having a lightweight crib blanket made for her daughter. She told me her baby girl roasts at night & she wanted something light with “breathing holes”.
So I took on her challenge & came up with this airy, lightweight afghan. The whole blanket weighs less than 8 ounces!
There are a million afghan patterns out there, but I wanted something simple & fun to crochet. This pattern is just 2 repeating rows, so you can get into a rhythm & whip one up in a couple nights while you watch TV or sit on your deck.
SUPPLIES: I (5.5 mm) hook, yarn needle, scissors
YARN: I used 1.25 skeins of Loops & Threads “Snuggly Wuggly Baby Sport” (approx. 525 yds). Any sport or baby yarn will work fine.
FINISHED SIZE: My blanket is 25” wide x 34” long. Pattern gives options for increasing length and/or width.
GAUGE: Approximately 8 DC and 4 rows = 2”
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