CROCHET: Moss Stitch Baby Blanket

I started a new crochet project for a baby. I just couldn't help it. I finished my granny stripe blanket and then I made the Spring Shawl, so my fingers were itching to start something new. 

A friend shared a picture of a lovely baby blanket she's crocheting in blues and greys. I loved the look of it so much, that before I knew it, I was watching the tutorial on YouTube and starting one myself. 

I wasn't sure which yarn to use but finally decided on this lovely squishy USA Style Value Yarn from Spotlight. I had a few colours in my stash already but decided I needed a few more colours to work with the ones I already had available. 

Best of all, these 200g balls were on sale last weekend for only $4. I got a couple of extras, just because. Bargain!

This little blanket is worked in a moss stitch - 2 rows and then I change colour. It's quite a dense stitch, so it'll be lovely and warm and will keep the bub snug in his pram - well... at least that's how I'm envisioning it'll be used.


  1. I like this sweet blanket. I didn't see the name of the pattern. Please share it with us. Thanks.

    1. Mary, The post says Moss Stitch, I googled it and there are heaps of options :) Might give this one a try too!

    2. Thanks Kate.

      Yes it's a moss stitch blanket. I just searched YouTube and found lots of videos. It's quite a simple stitch (SC x Ch1)


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