Over 10 years ago, I published the Straight Granny Blanket Pattern on my blog. It’s seen several different pattern revisions over the years, but I had never had it tested. Which means it had a mistake in it that never got fixed until now, oops! To remedy that, as well as to bring the pattern up to my current standard, I’ve redesigned it slightly with new yarn, and it has been thoroughly tested to ensure accuracy.
The new Straight Granny Blanket Pattern comes with two size options, Infant and Child, as well as information on how to make the pattern whatever size you want. I love how the Mandala Baby yarn adds so much color to these blankets without a bunch of color changes. The pattern also includes a new edging.
As always, the Straight Granny Blanket Pattern is a free download on my blog, which you can find below. You can also find an ad-free version in my shops for a low cost on Etsy here and Ravelry here. See below for a list of supplies (affiliate links) and the download link to the pattern!
Straight Granny Blanket
- 3-4 skeins of Lion Brand Mandala Baby Yarn (Rainbow Falls here, Unicorn Cloud here)
- Boye Ergonomic size I hook (Boye Hook Set)
- Yarn needle, tape measure, scissors
- Finished size: Infant, 34 inches long by 43 inches long; Child, 38 inches wide by 50 inches long (info on how to check gauge here)
- Level: advanced beginner to intermediate. Must have some knowledge on how to do a border for the Edging portion. (If you are new to crochet, here’s a great book to get started: Learn to Crochet)
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