13 Adorable Knitting Patterns for Baby Blankets this Fall
Fall means cooler weather and for new knitters a perfect time to practice knitting patterns that go beyond a small coaster or cup cozy. These knitting patterns for baby blankets are easy and adorable you might find yourself making more than just one!
Fall Baby Blanket
Knit in meditative rows of classic garter stitch, this squishy, machine-washable baby blanket is perfect for keeping your little one cozy and warm during afternoons filled with apple picking, pumpkin patch visits, hayrides, and nap time snuggles. This sweet little knit is destined to become your new, dependable go-to for Fall activities.
Quick And Easy Fall Seed Stitch Knit Throw
If you are still learning and need to go at a slower pace, this chunky knit seed stitch blanket is a really speedy project in general thanks to the fluffier yarn and bigger needles. A perfect chunky knit blanket project to make a new throw for your couch or to gift to any babies you know being born in the cooler months!
In A Wink Baby Blanket
This adorable baby blanket pattern would make the perfect hand-stitched gift for any baby shower. This lovely blanket is sure to become a warm, cuddly keepsake.
Moss and Lace Rib Baby Blanket
This Moss and Lace Rib Baby Blanket is worked in an Aran-weight yarn, so knits up nice and quick. Make it in soft warm wool for winter, or cool cotton-blend aran for a breathable summer coverlet.
Via Turner’s Cloth
Forever Baby Blanket
This Forever Baby Blanket’s design is so timeless and classic. You will never look at it and wonder, “What was I thinking?”, which is important when it comes to baby blankets because no one throws away a handknit baby blanket.
Via Purl Soho
Pemberley Blanket is a simple thick and cozy blanket that is perfect for afternoon strolls and impromptu picnics in the park. The combination of Bulky weight yarn and an easy lace pattern make it a quick and enjoyable knit.
Via Knit Picks
Knitted Baby Blanket
The baby blanket pattern is great for any beginners who are learning how to knit, as it is a great project for learning new stitches. You can even experiment and personalize baby blankets by adding embroidered initials or names to the edging or to a square.
Via Handy Little Me
Easy Striped Baby Blanket
If you are just learning how to knit, give this pattern a try. This baby blanket has a more polished look and you’ll have fun and learn a lot of valuable skills on the way.
Easy Knit Baby Blanket
This pattern is perfect for that sort of thing. You do have to concentrate for the first few rows, but once you get into a rhythm, you can pretty much just knit on autopilot and enjoy binge-watching your favourite Netflix series!
Via Leelee Knits
Leafy Baby Blanket
It’s a good pattern for a beginner who wants to practice lace – it has both left and right slanting decreases on the right and wrong side – great practice. But it’s not very complex, and with yarn held double on large needles goes pretty quickly.
Via Silk & Wool
Garter Stitch Blanket
Everyone has a baby come into their life at one time or another. What better way to welcome them than with a soft, cushy blanket? This pattern is absolutely the easiest pattern, quick to knit and it also opens the door to a lot of other design possibilities.
Via Petite Purls
Chevron Baby Blanket
This knitted Chevron Baby Blanket makes some accommodations both for modernity and for babies. Instead of hard-to-cuddle acrylic, this 100% cotton blanket is as deep and soft and cozy as a cloud.
Via Purl Soho
This super simple pattern for a baby blankie! It will turn out beautifully and you can make it even if you are a brand new beginner knitter. You only need to know the most basic knit stitch and simple increasing and decreasing.
Via Mama In A Stitch
I hope you liked these knitting patterns for baby blankets and find one that will be keeping you busy until fall finally arrives. These patterns are a cinch to work with and will definitely practice your skills.