Patterns Retro Baby Blanket by Little Doolally

Published on January 8th, 2017 | by Merion


Baby it’s cold outside!

Crochet something cosy for the little ones in your life with our selection of warm winter patterns!

Now is the time when crochet is at its cosiest best. It’s great fun to crochet baby items, and melts your heart to see them worn, too! From blankets to booties, we have thousands of patterns at LoveCrochet to choose from – here are a few of our favourites…

Bonnie Wee by Unravel Me Designs

Bonnie Wee by Unravel Me Designs

Bring back the bonnet! I love babies in bonnets – they are the most practical of hats – they keep little ears tucked away warm and they don’t fall off very easily! Make them plain, or adorn with crochet flowers, butterflies, bees, snowflakes – anything you like. Bonnie Wee, by Unravel Me Designs, pictured above, is crocheted in a worsted or aran weight yarn with a 4.5mm hook and comes in five sizes from 0-3 months to 2-4 years.

Baby Aran Set by Luba Davies

Baby Aran Set by Luba Davies

If you thought that cables were just for knitting, here’s a beautiful example of how beautifully they work for crochet. This little Aran style set will keep little ones cosy and warm in a jacket style cardigan with sweet little matching trousers. Any DK yarn will work up well here – the set pictured are in Lang Yarns Royal Alpaca, and alpaca yarn, as well as being very warm indeed, is a great option for anyone with sensitive skin. The pattern is one-size, which fits 12-18 months.

Ultimus Baby Cardigan by Lisa Van Klaveren

Ultimus by Lisa Van Klaveren

How sweet is that shawl neckline? This cute cardi comes in four sizes, 0-3, 3-6, 6-12 and 12-18 months, and crochets up in sport weight yarn – it’s a perfect opportunity to use beautiful MillaMia Naturally Soft Merino, in any of the wonderful 34 shades available.

Retro Baby Blanket by Little Doolally

Retro Baby Blanket by Little Doolally

Little Doolally’s baby blankets are cosy and warm whilst being super stylish at the same time. Play with colour and choose a rainbow for this retro blanket using the spike double crochet stitch (spike single crochet in US terms). You’ll need a selection of DK weight yarn: choose a wool, alpaca or acrylic blend for cold weather, but make this beautiful blanket in cotton for the warm weather too!

Cable Boots for boys or girls by Two Girls Patterns

Cable boots for boys and girls by Two Girls Patterns

We can’t forget little toes! These beautiful little cable booties are such fun to make – and once you’ve got the hang of the cables, you’ll be making them in a rainbow of colours! Make them in worsted or aran weight yarn – the pattern has three sizes – 0-4, 4-8 and 8-12 months.

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Merion dreams in colour and adores crochet! From glorious granny blankets to ethereal shawls and lace cardies, she's never very far from her hooks! She loves cake, knitting, heavy horses, books and Mozart. Her favourite colour is duck egg blue.

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