White Knitted Baby Blankets

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A white knitted blanket and a white knitted afghan.
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White yarn is elegant and pure, so it’s perfect for baby blankets. Such neutral color will fit any nursery, so keep it in mind when looking for baby shower ideas! Baby blankets, especially handmade, have great sentimental value and are often passed from generation to generation. It’s important to create something that will be very unique and put a lot of love in the process of making! Whether you choose delicate and simple pattern or bold structural one, it’s all good. Be careful about choosing the right yarn – it must be soft, free from chemicals and suitable to have contact with baby skin. Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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1. Sweetheart Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

Simple heart pattern is achieved with alternating knit and purl stitches. It looks so elegant in this ecru yarn!

  • DESIGNED by Leelee Knits
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT knit
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
Sweetheart Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

Go to the pattern: Sweetheart Baby Blanket

2. Baby Tree of Life Throw Free Knitting Pattern

Stunning tree of life motif is translated into knitted baby blanket. Trees, basket weave and Celtic knots? Amazing!

  • DESIGNED by Nicky Epstein, this version by POF
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT knit
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate
Baby Tree of Life Throw Free Knitting Pattern

Go to the pattern: Baby Tree of Life Throw

3. Chunky Basketweave Baby Blanket

No special techniques or skills are required to achieve outstanding results with this Leelee Knits pattern. The simplicity of the design combined with the chunky yarn that’s recommended here, are exactly what every beginner would appreciate. This knitted baby blanket will do amazingly as a baby shower gift, both off white as well as made in some rich color.

  • DESIGNED by Leelee Knits
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT knit
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

Photos by Leelee Knits / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on leeleeknits.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Loop-The-Loop Blanket

Plunge into interlocking loops to create this complex, yet very nice structured blanket. Designed for Purl Soho by the independent creator, Ksenia Naidyo, is a great example of how the simplest pattern can be so amazing. The build of the pattern creates a flexible and lightweight baby blanket, perfect for little cuties that need some gentle comforting and warmth.

  • DESIGNED by Ksenia Naidyo for Purl Soho
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT knit
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Photos by Purl Soho / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on purlsoho.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

5. Climbing Leaves Baby Blanket

White pieces are known for their soothing effect, so they’re perfect for little babies. This free pattern allows you to knit a beautiful baby blanket with decorative elements. The blanket is made in one piece. You will be using the cables and leaf motifs. It is really interesting to make and you can easily use it in your other projects.

  • DESIGNED by Elaine Phillips
  • PROJECT TYPE blankets
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
A white afghan with a teddy bear on it.

Photos by Elaine Phillips / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on abc-knitting-patterns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

6. Lace Zephyr Blanket

Lacy, light, and fascinating. This knitted blanket is sure to become your baby’s favorite. The pattern is quite interesting to work with and will suit those who already know the basics and are ready to move on. Such a project is a nice idea for a gift for your little one, so don’t miss it. It’s a breeze to make with the step-by-step pattern.

  • DESIGNED by nalhcib
  • PROJECT TYPE blankets
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
Two pictures of a knitted afghan on a wooden rack.

Photos by nalhcib / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on knittingunlimited.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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