Toddler Boy Stripes Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

This easy blanket pattern is the perfect size for a stroller.  It’s bright colors are modern and fun.

What You Need

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  • Color A – Tahki Cotton Classic- Deep Indigo #3856 | 9 skids, 972y
  • Color B – Tahki Cotton Classic- Dark French Blue #3876 | 6 skids, 648y
  • Color C – Tahki Cotton Classic- Light Blue #3812 | 2 skids, 216y
  • Color D – Tahki Cotton Classic- Leaf Green #3716 | 4 skids, 432y
  • Color E – Tahki Cotton Classic- White #3001 | 2 skids, 216y
  • Crochet Hook – G/6 4.00 MM


Where to Buy this Yarn

Color Abbreviations

  • Color A – Tahki Cotton Classic- Deep Indigo #3856
  • Color B – Tahki Cotton Classic- Dark French Blue #3876
  • Color C – Tahki Cotton Classic- Light Blue #3812
  • Color D – Tahki Cotton Classic- Leaf Green #3716
  • Color E – Tahki Cotton Classic- White #3001

Stitch Abbreviations

  • Ch : Chain Stitch [ how to ]
  • BPsc : Back Post Single Crochet [ how to ]
  • SC : Slip 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 ]
  • BPsc : Back Post Single Crochet [ how to ]
  • SC : Slip Stitch [how to]

What you do:

Toddler Boy Stripes Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

This easy blanket pattern is the perfect size for a stroller.  It’s bright colors are modern and fun and make this blanket a wonderful gift for a toddler. It measures 32 inches by 48 inches.

Foundation Row

  1. Using a G/6 4.00 MM crochet hook Ch 150 of Color A
  2. Turn.

Rows 2 to 20

  1. Ch 2
  2. In second stitch from hook BPsc to the end of the the row
  3. Turn
  4. Repeat Row 2, 19 more times, for 20 rows of Color A

Rows 21 to 28

  1.  Change to Color B
  2. Ch 2
  3. In second stitch from hook BPsc to the end of the the row
  4. Turn
  5. Repeat Row 21, 7 times, for 8 rows of Color B

Rows 28 to 32

  1.  Change to Color C
  2.  Ch 2
  3. In second stitch from hook BPsc to the end of the the row
  4. Turn
  5. Repeat Row 29, 3 more times, for 4 rows of Color C

Rows 33 to 34

  1.  Change to Color E
  2.  Ch 2
  3. In second stitch from hook BPsc to the end of the the row
  4. Turn
  5. Repeat Row 33, 1 more time, for 2 rows of Color E

Rows 35 to 41

  1.  Change to Color D
  2.  Ch 2
  3. In second stitch from hook BPsc to the end of the the row
  4. Turn
  5. Repeat Row 35, 5 more time, for 6 rows of Color D

Rows 42 to 43

  1.  Change to Color E
  2.  Ch 2
  3. In second stitch from hook BPsc to the end of the the row
  4. Turn
  5. Repeat Row 42, 1 more time, for 2 rows of Color E

Rows 44 to 47

  1.  Change to Color A
  2.  Ch 2
  3. In second stitch from hook BPsc to the end of the the row
  4. Turn
  5. Repeat Row 44, 3 more times, for 4 rows of Color A

Rows 48 to 55

  1.  Change to Color B
  2.  Ch 2
  3. In second stitch from hook BPsc to the end of the the row
  4. Turn
  5. Repeat Row 48, 7 times, for 8 rows of Color B

Rows 55 to 220

  1. Repeat Rows 1-55, 4 times

Rows 221 to 240

  1.  Change to Color A
  2.  Ch 2
  3. In second stitch from hook BPsc to the end of the the row
  4. Turn
  5. Repeat Row 221, 19 more times, for 20 rows of Color A

Edging

  1. BPsc all the way around the edge of the blanket.

Comments 8

  1. What are the deminsions of this blanket? I’m needing to make one an adult size and don’t know how much more to add to the pattern.

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      Hi! I’m sorry, I am in the process of redesigning my site and started with the recipes first (not the crochet patterns) I will fix it now.

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  2. thank you for sharing the pattern. in looking at the yarn requirements, am i reading it correctly that you need a total of 2,484 yards?? (i added up the “y” numbers, assuming the “y” stands for yards…) just seems like a lot.

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      Hi Lauren. I made this project quite awhile ago and I’m pretty sure I kept track of they number of skids I used. That said It does seem like a lot. It is DK yarn. I don’t want to steer you wrong and say you need less.

  3. I’m really interested in trying this blanket but I’m not exactly sure how to BPSC around the edge of the blanket. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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