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Free easy lacy baby blanket crochet pattern

Don’t you just love a nice crochet blanket with simple repeats? Well, the lacy baby blanket is just this!

An easy baby blanket crochet pattern that is quite fast and it can come along anywhere with you, without the need of looking at the pattern.

It’s just a 1-row repeat that’s so easy to memorize!

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Don’t you just love a nice crochet blanket with simple repeats? Well, the lacy baby blanket is just this!

An easy crochet pattern for a light and lacy outcome. 
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This light and lacy crochet blanket uses almost exclusively half double crochet stitches. To be specific you are going to need to learn the lacy v-stitch, which is so easy.

Sidenote: If you like lacy crochet patterns then you should definitely check out my Plumeria shawl. A lacy lightweight crochet shawl, perfect for the warmer months.

easy lacy baby blanket pattern

Half double crochet blankets usually aren’t considered to be quick, but when you combine the half double crochet in a v-stitch, the project just flies off the crochet hook.

I don’t know about you but I feel like when chain stitches are involved in a crochet project that makes it go faster in some way.

Lacy v stitch baby blanket

Maybe it’s just because with one tiny stitch, you are gaining a lot of space in the least amount of time.

That’s one of the reasons I chose the moss stitch, another stitch pattern that utilizes chains, for my Dark Matter shawl.

Since I love baby blankets so much I have planned a couple of lacy baby blanket crochet patterns for 2023. Stay tuned!

lacy crochet blanket

Is this an easy crochet blanket?

Sure! It’s as easy as it gets. You will only have to use single crochet, half double crochet and chain stitches for the entire project.

More baby blanket crochet patterns you are going to love:

From left to right: The Benson baby blanket, the Calm dreams baby blanket, and the Finnegan blanket. And if these are not enough, you should definitely check out my granny stripe blanket.

Easy crochet stitches for blankets

Sometimes the inspiration hits you hard in the face and sometimes you need to do a little research. This design needed a little help…

While I was browsing the 200 Crochet Stitches book I first fell in love with the spider stitch. After a quick swatch, I realized that the yarn-stitch combination wasn’t going to work.

light and lacy crochet baby blanket

Although I thought that it would make a killer dishcloth. Maybe some other time…

And as I continued my research for inspiration in the 200 Crochet Stitches book I found a very similar stitch. The half double V crochet stitch. Long story short, I finally had a design I could work with. Yay!

Crochet blanket border

Finally, for the border of this lacy baby blanket, I chose a simple and elegant stitch pattern. It’s the single crochet, worked in the back loops only that gives such a simple and timeless design.

It appears so much different than standard single crochet, doesn’t it?

crochet blanket border

Giftstravaganza blog hop and crochet along

The lacy baby blanket is featured on the Giftstravaganza blog hop and crochet along hosted by Marie Segares of the Underground Crafter. Every day from November 1 through December 1, 2022, there will be a new and exciting handmade holiday gift idea from 31 different crochet designers.

Feel free to stop by from the main post on the Underground Crafter, to find the links for all the other patterns, try them out, and enter yourself in the giveaway with many amazing prizes.

You are going to need:

Worsted weight category #4 • Malaga, 100% acrylic, approximately 1020 yds (930 m)
Color A (03): 842 yds (770 m)
Color B (09): 165 yds (150 m)

Darning needle
US size K/6.50 mm crochet hook

GAUGE (4 x 4″)

9 sts x 9 rows in pattern

The yarn for your lacy baby blanket

While I used the Malaga yarn from Hobii you can use any worsted weight yarn you have on hand or you are able to easily find. I am giving you a small list with yarn substitutes that would be a great fit, down below.

Substitute yarns:

Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran
Brava worsted
Lion Brand Heartland
Lion Brand Color Theory

baby blanket crochet patterns


35″ x 36″ (89 x 92 cm)


– The pattern is written in standard US terms.


R: row
ch(s): chain(s)
st(s): stitch(es)
hdc: half double crochet
sk: skip
ch-sp: chain space
tch: turning chain
sl st: slip stitch
sc: single crochet
blo: back loop only
FO: fasten off

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half double crochet blanket

Lacy baby blanket crochet pattern

With color A

R1 (RS): ch 79, (hdc, ch1, hdc) in third ch from hook,* sk 1 ch, (hdc, ch 1, hdc) in next ch *, repeat from * to *, only in last repeat make 1 hdc in last st (38 v sts)

R2 (WS): ch 2,* (hdc, ch 1, hdc) in next ch-sp *, repeat from * to * until the end, hdc in tch

R3-77: repeat R2 FO

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Edging: With color B

Edging: With color B

Join color B at the side of the blanket and start sc evenly around. For the sides of the blanket, I recommend 1 sc in one row and 2 sc in the next row. Or anything that would be neither too stretched nor too loose. Make 3 sc stitches in each corner of the blanket for each of the 5 rounds.

R1: sc evenly around, sl st to join, ch 1 (don’t forget to sc 3 in every corner)

R2-5: sc in blo in each st around, sl st to join, ch 1 (don’t forget to sc 3 in every corner)

FO and weave in all ends

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Wanna know how to make an easy lacy baby blanket? This 1-row repeat pattern will be so easy to memorize you can take this baby blanket anywhere with you.
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