Our Christmas Fair at our church is approaching soon and I finished crocheting this baby blanket last week that I will give to sell at the fair. This blanket is an extended granny square and I like the yellow, blue and pink colors because it can be used for a baby girl or baby boy. I made it so that it will fit into a baby infant carrier or in the bassinet.
Look at the edging I crocheted on the end of the blanket.
The yarn I used is James C. Brett, Rio, Shade RT17, Dye 6025.
If you would like to make this blanket the post to make a granny square is HERE and you just keep crocheting the granny square into a blanket. I usually make 25 to 30 rows and then put a crocheted edge all the way around the blanket.
I love crocheting extended granny square baby blankets because they are an easy project for me to crochet while I am at my crochet meetings or watching TV. I will be sharing more projects that I have made for the sale. I hope I have inspired you in some way.
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Thanks everyone and enjoy.