Best Ideas for Cosy Stripe Baby Blankets

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Nice baby blanket made by hand can be a gift cherished for generations, so consider making one for your family or friends.

Cosy Stripe Baby Blanket is a classic design, created by Lucy of Attic24 and beloved by crocheters all around the world. There are more than 1500 versions of it on Ravelry, and today’s post is a still-growing compilation of various color schemes and takes on this project. It’s an easy pattern, which is perfect for beginners, so don’t hesitate to try it, if you are looking for the next project you could make. All blankets shown in this article are a variation on the same pattern, so take a look at examples below and search for links under the pictures.

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Cosy Stripe Baby Blanket – Free Pattern

Cosy Stripe

This blankie is a fun project, that you can finish in a heartbeat! If you like more vintage projects, you can go for a lacy edging, that will make this project even more lovely. The combination of navy blue, grey and white is on point!

  • DESIGNED by Lucy of Attic24
  • THIS VERSION is by millysmakes
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

photo by millysmakes / Instagram.com

Original pattern by Lucy of Attic24 is available for free here on her blog, and more info about it is on its Ravelry page here. This particular version is on Instagram – the top photo is  here and the bottom photo is here.

Cosy Stripe

This beautiful cosy stripe blanket is a sweet version of the original project. The stitches that were used in this one are really easy to memorize and the pattern is easily adjustable in size. The edge is very simple, however you can go for a more lacy one. Amazing blankie for a stroller walk!

  • DESIGNED by Lucy of Attic24
  • THIS VERSION is by millysmakes
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

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photo by millysmakes / Instagram.com

Original pattern by Lucy of Attic24 is available for free here on her blog, and more info about it is on its Ravelry page here. This particular version is on Instagram – the top photo is  here and the bottom photo is here.

Cosy Stripe

Use a 4 mm hook for this amazing blankie. It’s full of colors and texture. Such a chunky blanket is going to be just perfect for a gift for a baby shower or birthday. Imagine how amazing it would look on a stroller walk! Easy project and works up fast!

  • DESIGNED by Lucy of Attic24
  • THIS VERSION is by cathncrochets
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Cosy Stripe

photo by cathncrochets / Ravelry.com

Original pattern by Lucy of Attic24 is available for free here on her blog, and more info about it is on its Ravelry page here. This particular version is here.


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Pastel Shrug Cardigan

This beautiful pastel cardigan is so beautiful! The stripes look simply magical and the texture is really chunky and soft, so perfect for a baby. It won’t irritate your baby delicate skin. Fell free to change the color patella to your liking.

  • DESIGNED by Lucy of Attic24
  • THIS VERSION is by thecozynorth
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Pastel Shrug Cardigan

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photo by thecozynorth / Ravelry.com

Original pattern by Lucy of Attic24 is available for free here on her blog, and more info about it is on its Ravelry page here. This particular version is here.

Cupcake Blanket

This gorgeous cupcake blanket requires a 4,5 mm hook however you can go for a bigger one if you want it to be crocheted more loosely. The colors look amazing together and the edging is just the cherry on top, but feel free to ad a lacy one, if you feel like it.

  • DESIGNED by Lucy of Attic24
  • THIS VERSION is by Rainbow-Knitter
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Cupcake Blanket

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photo by Rainbow-Knitter / Ravelry.com

Original pattern by Lucy of Attic24 is available for free here on her blog, and more info about it is on its Ravelry page here. This particular version is here.

Colorful Cosy Blanket

I love the simplicity and colors of this blanket – even though it’s really vibrant and eye catching, it’s still simple and timeless, so ideal for a gift or a first blankie for a baby.

  • DESIGNED by Lucy of Attic24
  • THIS VERSION is by Grodor
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Cosy Stripe Blanket c

photo by Grodor / Ravelry.com

Original pattern by Lucy of Attic24 is available for free here on her blog, and more info about it is on its Ravelry page here. This particular version is here

Exotic Stripe Blanket

The finished size of this blankie is 50×70, however feel free to play with the colors as you want – the more colorful the merrier! Each color takes about 1/2 rounds. It’s a great, quick project for an afternoon.

  • DESIGNED by Lucy of Attic24
  • THIS VERSION is by patterry
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Cosy Stripe Blanket

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photo by patterry / Ravelry.com

Original pattern by Lucy of Attic24 is available for free here on her blog, and more info about it is on its Ravelry page here. This particular version is here

Spring Textured Cosy Blanket

This gorgeous cosy stripe blanket is full of texture and chunkiness, that’s why it’s just perfect for a baby blanket or a blankie to snuggle under it on chilly summer / autumn days. It’s a beginner friendly pattern!

  • DESIGNED by Lucy of Attic24
  • THIS VERSION is by bytheseashore
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Cosy Stripe Blanket

photo by bytheseashore / Ravelry.com

Original pattern by Lucy of Attic24 is available for free here on her blog, and more info about it is on its Ravelry page here. This particular version is here

Colorful Blanket

This lovely stripe blanket is inspired by vintage blankets, that were colorful, but a little subdued and full of lace, as well as of elegant edgings. You can make this blanket in no time and the result is so great!

  • DESIGNED by Lucy of Attic24
  • THIS VERSION is by devonstitches
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Sweet Cosy Stripe Blanket

photo by Woolly devonstitches / Ravelry.com

Original pattern by Lucy of Attic24 is available for free here on her blog, and more info about it is on its Ravelry page here. This particular version is here

Baby Stripe Blanket

This pastel beauty by Woolly Wonka’s Crochet Factory used Stylecraft Special yarn, and finished off with a nice moss stitch border. Isn’t it just the perfect baby blanket? Pastel rainbow is a great way to make a candy sweet project that doesn’t look like it’s too much.

  • DESIGNED by Lucy of Attic24
  • THIS VERSION is by Woolly Wonka’s Crochet Factory
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

pastel striped blanket

photo by Woolly Wonka’s Crochet Factory / facebook.com

Original pattern by Lucy of Attic24 is available for free here on her blog, and more info about it is on its Ravelry page here. This particular version by Woolly Wonka’s Crochet Factory is here on author’s facebook page.

Flowery Stripe Blanket with African Flower Square

Ever wondered what to do when a blanket looks too plain? The project you can see below is a great example of inventive approach, because instead of regular border, it employs flower squares. What a fantastic way to make a blanket more interesting!

  • DESIGNED by Lucy of Attic24
  • THIS VERSION is by lauraseawright
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

colorful crochet blanket with flowers

photo by lauraseawright / ravelry.com

Original pattern by Lucy of Attic24 is available for free here on her blog, and more info about it is on its Ravelry page here. This particular version is here on Ravelry.

Pastel Rainbow

Delicate stripes of granny stitch and double crochet combined together look fantastic, and are very easy to make. The project you see below will be a cool choice for beginners, because it works up fast and looks fun in many different color combinations. This pastel rainbow would definitely look cute in little girl’s bedroom.

  • DESIGNED by Lucy of Attic24
  • THIS VERSION is by Lizz0784
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

pastel baby blanket

photo by Lizz0784 / ravelry.com

Original pattern by Lucy of Attic24 is available for free here on her blog, and more info about it is on its Ravelry page here. This particular version is here on Ravelry.

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