Noah’s Wave Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

This wave patterned blanket pattern is the perfect size for a stroller.

What You Need

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  • Color A – Granny Kit – Cadet | 7# skids
  • Color B – Granny Kit – Alice| 6# skids
  • Color C – Granny Kit – Lime Green | 6# skids
  • Color D  – Granny Kit – Lilly | 6# skids
  • Crochet Hook – J 6.00 MM


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Color Abbreviations

  • Color A – Crochet Object Granny Kit – Cadet
  • Color B – Crochet Object Granny Kit – Alice
  • Color C – Crochet Object Granny Kit – Lime Green
  • Color D – Crochet Object Granny Kit – Lilly


  • Stitch Abbreviations

    • ch : Chain Stitch [ how to ]
    • sc : Single Crochet Stitch [ how to ]
    • hdc : Half Double Crochet Stitch [ how to ]
    • dc : Double Crochet Stitch [ how to ]

    Stitches in this pattern

    Click on any of the below for step by step instructions on how to crochet the required stitch.
    • ch : Chain Stitch [ how to ]
    • sc : Single Crochet Stitch [ how to ]
    • hdc : Half Double Crochet Stitch [ how to ]
    • dc : Double Crochet Stitch [ how to ]

    What you do:

    I made this a baby blanket, with measures 32 inches by 48 inches.  The modern, yet simple pattern really makes this blanket a wonderful gift for a toddler.

    Noah’s Wave Blanket Crochet Pattern

    This easy blanket pattern is the perfect size for a stroller.

    Foundation Row

    1. Using a J 6.00 MM crochet hook ch 122 of Color A
    2. Turn.

    Row 1 – Color A Border Row

    1. In the second stitch from hook, 1 sc in each stitch to the end of the foundation chain
    2. Turn

    Row 2 – Color B Wave First Row

    1. Change Color B
    2. ch 1
    3. In the first stitch from the hook, 1 sc
    4. 1 sc
    5. 1 hdc
    6. 1 dc in next 5 stitches
    7. 1 hdc
    8. 1 sc in the next 3 stitches
    9. Repeat steps 5 to 8 until the end of the row
    10. Turn

    Row 3 – Color B Wave Second Row

    1. Repeat Row 2
    2. Turn

    Row 4 – Color A Border Row

    1. Change Color A
    2. ch 1
    3. In the first stitch from the hook, 1 sc
    4. 1 sc in each stitch to the end of the row
    5. Turn
    You will now have a light blue wave with a darker blue border on the top and the bottom.

    You will now have a light blue wave with a darker blue border on the top and the bottom.


    Row 5 – Color C Wave First Row

    1. Change Color C
    2. ch 1
    3. In the first stitch from the hook, 1 dc
    4. 1 dc in the next 2 stitches (you’ll have 3 dc)
    5. 1 hdc
    6. 1 sc in next 3 stitches
    7. 1 hdc
    8. 1 dc in the next 5 stitches
    9. Repeat steps 5 to 8 until the end of the row
    10. Turn

    Row 6 – Color C Wave Second Row

    1. Repeat Row 5
    2. Turn

    Row 7 – Color A Border Row

    1. Change Color A
    2. ch 1
    3. In the first stitch from the hook, 1 sc
    4. 1 sc in each stitch to the end of the row
    5. Turn

    Row 8 to Row 15

    1. Repeat Rows 2 through 7 until you have three Color B waves and two Color C waves (see the photo below)
    2. Turn
    Two green waves, three light blue.

    Two green waves, three light blue.

    Row 16 – Color D Wave First Row

    1. Change Color D
    2. ch 1
    3. In the first stitch from the hook, 1 sc
    4. 1 sc
    5. 1 hdc
    6. 1 dc in next 5 stitches
    7. 1 hdc
    8. 1 sc in the next 3 stitches
    9. Repeat steps 5 to 8 until the end of the row
    10. Turn

    Row 17 – Color D Wave Second Row

    1. Repeat Row 16
    2. Turn

    Row 18- Color A Border Row

    1. Change Color A
    2. ch 1
    3. In the first stitch from the hook, 1 sc
    4. 1 sc in each stitch to the end of the row
    5. Turn

    Row 19 – Color B Wave First Row

    1. Change Color B
    2. ch 1
    3. In the first stitch from the hook, 1 dc
    4. 1 dc in the next 2 stitches (you’ll have 3 dc)
    5. 1 hdc
    6. 1 sc in next 3 stitches
    7. 1 hdc
    8. 1 dc in the next 5 stitches
    9. Repeat steps 5 to 8 until the end of the row
    10. Turn

    Row 20 – Color B Wave Second Row

    1. Repeat Row 19
    2. Turn

    Row 21 – Color A Border Row

    1. Change Color A
    2. ch 1
    3. In the first stitch from the hook, 1 sc
    4. 1 sc in each stitch to the end of the row
    5. Turn

    Row 22 to Row 44

    1. Repeat Rows 16 through 21 three times, until you have five Color B waves and three Color D waves.
    2. Turn
    You will now have two green waves and three yellow waves, with light blue in between.

    You will now have two green waves and three yellow waves, with light blue in between.

    Row 45 to Row 132

    1. Repeat Rows 2 through 44 until you have two more sets of the the above colored wave pattern (three in total) , or until you are satisfied with the size of your blanket.
    2. Turn

    Blanket Border

    Edge Row 1

    1. ch 1
    2. In the same stitch, 1 sc
    3. 1 sc across one side of the blanket
    4. At the corner 3 sc into the end stitch

    Edge Row 3-4

    1. Repeat edge row 1 around the three remaining sdies of the blanket
    2. In the same stitch, 1 sc
    3. 1 sc across one side of the blanket
    4. At the corner 3 sc into the end stitch
    Edging Tip:
    If the edges of your blanket are a little ‘frilly’, simply pin one edge of your blanket to your ironing board making sure the sides are straight, get your iron and set it to ‘steam’. Place your iron a inch away from your blanket and let the steam go on it for a few seconds (do not put your iron directly on to the blanket). Wait a few minutes for the blanket to cool and unpin it. Repeat on the other edges.

    Blanket Edge

    Blanket Edge


    Comments 4

    1. I’m a little confused. When you start Row 5 with Color C, should the row begin with 3 sc again? In the pictures and the photo of the blanket edging, it looks like the green rows began with dc and the the 3 green sc are above the blue dc. Did I miss something while reading this pattern? Thanks!

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