Design By: Maggie Weldon
Skill Level: Intermediate
Size: Afghan - about 39" wide x 46" long; Square - about 12" x 14 1/2"
Materials: Worsted Weight Yarn:
14 1/2 oz (830 yds) White (MC);
10 1/2 oz (498 yds) Med Blue or Med Pink (A)
10 1/2 oz (498 yds) Light Blue or Light Pink (B); Yarn Needle
Crochet Hook: Size H-8 (5 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
Baby Bears Afghan and Pillow
Babies and toddlers need their own special blanket to decorate the rocking chair in their room or for cuddling with mom and dad. Teddy bears have a special place with babies, so it is easy to imagine your favorite little one wrapped in the adorable Baby Bears Afghan. This crochet baby afghan can be made using pink or blue yarn to make it perfect for a boy or girl. You can even have fun and mix up the colors to fit the theme of the babies’ room or your own personal color preference. The pattern includes instructions for the afghan and a coordinating pillow that adds a little decoration to a rocking chair. Every mom wants to create or receive a keepsake for their infant and this afghan and pillow set is the perfect option. Just imagine how beautiful the homemade crochet afghan will look wrapped around your child.
Maggie Weldon used a classic teddy bear image to design the adorable Baby Bears Afghan and Pillow Pattern. The color changes and delicate edging make this pattern an intermediate skill level. Each teddy bear block is made separately with a worsted weight yarn, and then pieced together with crochet stitches. Each block is about 12 inches wide and 14.5 inches tall, with the crochet afghan finished size being 39 inches wide and 46 inches long. The Baby Bears Afghan and Pillow Pattern create a standard size baby afghan, so you don't have to worry about excess blanket when using the afghan to wrap your infant.
Other popular crochet baby patterns include:
Giraffe Afghan, Pillow and Toy Pattern
Jamie Baby Set Pattern
Dainty Ripple Layette
Blessed Christening Set Pattern
Frolicking Frogs Afghan, Pillow and Toy
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 01 January, 2008.