Geometric Tunisian Baby Blanket

This is definitely one of, if not the, most favorite thing I have ever crocheted. I love how the design invokes a patchwork quilt (but doesn’t actually require sewing pieces together). I love the colors (though if you made your own, you could choose whatever colors suit your fancy). I made this for my son, who is now almost one and a half, and find myself wishing for one my size. šŸ™‚ It’s soft, and the Tunisian full stitch makes it thick and warm. Ah!

I had a lot of fun designing this blanket. I sketched out different patterns on graph paper before deciding on one I liked, then assigned colors and started work. It’s a little crazy at times – at one point I had 11 balls of yarn attached at once! However, I found it really wasn’t that hard to keep track of the colors, and since I hate sewing and weaving in ends, this method is definitely preferable for me!

The pattern is available for purchase here.

2 thoughts on “Geometric Tunisian Baby Blanket”

  1. I love this design. Iā€™m a quilter too. Is this all TC except for the borders? On Ralvery it says SC, HDC and DC, regular crochet. Thank you, Amie šŸ™‚

    1. Hi Amie, I realize this is a year late in response. Somehow I didn’t get the notice about your comment. Yes, it’s all tunisian crochet except for the border!

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