Crochet Baby T Blanket

Thanks for stopping by our Summer of 2023 Pattern Reruns. This is a popular stripe and color combo made by Annie. Enjoy! 

orange and blue shades striped crochet blanket

My darling daughter Annie made and designed this blanket for her soon to be nephew. I absolutely love the colors she chose for him and how she designed the stripe pattern. 

First, she decided that the white spaces would be the same width: 10 rows. Then she wanted the colorful stripe section to be double that: 20 rows. But inside the 20 rows, she used all four colors in whatever number would add up to 20 and with the rule that the colors would always appear in the same order. 

It worked out so well!

I loved what she was doing and a few weeks ago I made matching hats for her and the new baby.

orange and blue shades striped crochet hatsThis is going to be so fun to photograph them together when he arrives! 

We are using the mesh stitch which is a simple single crochet, chain, pattern. In fact, even the border is all single crochet. So if that is the only stitch you know, this is a great blanket to make! 


Caron Simply Soft (170 g/6 oz, 288 m/315 yds)

4 skeins White, 1 skein each Persimmon, Light Country Peach, Light Country Blue, Country Blue

Size H/5.00mm hook, tapestry needle, scissors


Finished size 34 in x 36 in

Gauge 4 in = 18 st and 18 rows of pattern


Single Crochet (SC): Insert your hook, yarn over (YO), pull up a loop, YO, pull through two loops on hook.

Slip Stitch (SL ST): Insert your hook, YO, pull up loop and pull directly through loop on hook. 


With White, chain 130 (to make your blanket larger, chain any even number.)

Row 1: Work 1 single crochet (SC) into the second chain from the hook. *CH 1, skip 1 chain, SC into the next chain. Repeat from * across to the end of the chain. The last stitch should be a SC. CH 1 and turn. 

Row 2: Work 1 SC into the first SC. *CH 1, skip 1 chain, SC into the next SC. Repeat from * across the row. CH 1 and turn. 

Rows 3 – 10: Repeat Row 2 with White. 

Remaining Rows: Repeat row 2 instructions, refer to the graph below for color changes. 

color chart

Tip: to change colors, work to the last step of the single crochet stitch, lay the new color over your hook, pull through to finish the stitch with the new color. 

Tie off and weave in all the ends. (Put on a good movie and settle in, this will take about an hour.) 

orange and blue shades striped crochet blanket in progress


With white, pull up a loop in any corner, ch 1. SC into that space. Work 1 SC into each stitch around as evenly as possible. Work 1 SC around the ch 1 spaces as well, work 3 SC into each corner. Join with a slip stitch to the starting SC. 

CH 10 (or any number if you’d like your border wider or more narrow). Starting in the second chain from the hook, *work 1 SC. Work 1 SC into the back loop of each of the next 8 chains back toward the edge of the blanket. Slip stitch into the next stitch, and in the next stitch. Turn and work in the back loops of each of the 8 SC you just made, work 1 SC into the last stitch.  CH 1 and turn.  Repeat from * around the edge of the blanket.


In the first of the three stitches that make the corner, only slip stitch once, before turning and working the SC back up to the edge. Return and slip stitch into the corner space. Turn and work the SC back up to the edge. When you return to the corner space, slip stitch again into the same corner space, then work the SC up to the edge. Upon returning, slip stitch one more time into the same corner space for a total of 3 times, before moving on and only slip stitching one time into the next space.

Tip: You may adjust the number of slip stitches in between rows if the edge is stretching or the blanket edge is rippling. You may prefer just doing 1 slip stitch instead of 2. 

orange and blue shades striped crochet blanket border

When all sides are complete, use a tapestry needle to sew the last side to the beginning chain 10. Tie off and weave in the ends. 

orange and blue shades striped crochet blanket folded

Thank you for coming by! If you make this blanket, we’d love to see your color version! Come and share with us in our Daisy Farm Crafters Group on Facebook, or, use the #daisyfarmcrafts on Instagram and we share in our stories every Sunday. 

Happy Crocheting! 

XO, Tiffany

post update: Here is a picture of Annie with baby Jack! 

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