Scalloped Baby Blanket {Free Crochet Pattern!}

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Scalloped Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern. Photo by Coats and Clark.

One of the joys of being a designer is watching a design you created be brought to life over and over again.  It’s really fun and exciting to see people using and loving your patterns, and it’s a rewarding experience to share them with the world!  So you can imagine how excited I was when I was contacted by Red Heart Yarns last summer about the possibility of doing some design work for them.  Unfortunately my schedule is always jam packed, so I haven’t been able to work with them quite as much as I’d like to…..BUT I was able to design a couple really cute patterns during a little lull last summer, and I’m so thrilled to see that one of them has been posted on Red Heart’s site and is ready to share with the world!

This Scalloped Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern was not only my first design for Red Heart, but also my first baby blanket design….so my goal was to make it absolutely jaw-droppingly gorgeous…..and I’m really proud of the way it came out!

If you love this design too, then I’d love if you’d help me spread the word about this free crochet pattern by sharing this blog post with your crafty friends.  You can also “queue” or “add to favorites” over on Ravelry by clicking here.

Then, click here to head over to Red Heart’s website where you can download this gorgeous free pattern now.

27 Comments On “Scalloped Baby Blanket {Free Crochet Pattern!}”

  1. Hi Melody,
    Congratulations on the upcoming new arrival. Also, a two thumbs up on the beautiful baby blanket that you designed for Red Heart. I won’t have the opportunity to make it just yet as I am busy with Amigurumi dolls at the minute. However, I do have someone in mind to make it for. Thank you for all you do for the knitting and crochet community and a big welcome to your husband, Nick.

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  2. Melody,
    congratulations for this beautiful blanket, Ive just “queued” (arghh!!) it. I’ll make it for sure.

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  3. CONGRATULATIONS on your coming arrival. Love the baby blanket.

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  4. Shared. Lovely pattern

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  5. I’m so happy for you and your husband.what is it? Boy or Girl?

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  6. Babies do have a mind of their own, even before they make their official appearance into the world! Enjoy the rest while you can. You know they are a handful once they get here.

    The blanket is beautiful, thanks so much for sharing the pattern.

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  7. I love this pattern can’t wait to start on it!
    Thank you

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  8. Congratulations on the new little one! How exciting and precious! Thanks so much for sharing your amazing creativity with all of us. 🙂 And, welcome to your hubby – sounds like a great business partner!

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  9. Love it. Congrats on the soon to arrive new bundle of joy. Welcome Nick.

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  10. Hi Melody,

    Hope all goes well with you and the baby!! Rest as much as possible!!We will be waiting for you when you get to it! haha the blanket is really pretty and i will most likely be needing one for another Great Grand baby soon, as I have 16 all ready and I doubt they are through!!! haha Welcome to Hubby Nick also!! Karen

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  11. Take care and hope you are relaxing and taking a bit of a breather until baby no 3 arrives.
    Congratulations to your man Nick for stepping up and supporting an amazing lady! Love the design. T

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  12. Thank you so much for the blanket pattern. I wish you and your family many blessings.
    Denise

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  13. Good Morning Melody,

    I just viewed the baby blanket pattern you’re offering. Just in time as I’ve just finished knitting a bunch of really cute shawls (Kveta) using Berroco Millefiori yarn. I wanted a new project to work on. With a niece expecting her first baby ( a little girl) in May, this blanket will fill my void! just need to get to the store to pick colors – she’s using a warm peach and cream to decorate baby’s room so I have lots of choices to compliment her color scheme. Excited to start, thanks!

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  14. Thanks Melody for another beautiful pattern. Rest up while you can because you know once the little one arrives things will be very hectic. and a big welcome to your hubby Nick! Cindy

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  15. thank you for the beautiful baby blanket pattern and a big warm welcome to Nick…since he’s going to be behind the scenes and into all aspects of the business, is he going to learn the crochet/knit part of it…time to teach him if not

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  16. Thanks again for sharing a beautiful pattern with us, I love that. Kisses

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  17. Hi Melody and “Welcome” Nick,
    Congratulations on the birth of baby Henry and also on your new baby blanket pattern, it’s stunning! I’d love to make it for my first Grandbaby who is due later this year.
    Thank you so much for sharing your God Given talent with all of us.
    Take care and look after yourselves.

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  18. Hi Melody and Nick.

    Thank you for the beautiful pattern. Take care of yourself and baby #3. We’ll be here when you get back.

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  19. Juanita Harris Harris

    Thank you for sharing your pattern it is gorgeous.

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  20. I am SOOOO incredibly excited for you that Red Heart has published your design 🙂 That is just so wonderfully awesome 🙂 Congrats Melody! You deserve to feel uber proud 🙂

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  21. Hi from the US Virgin Islands(St. Croix). Melody congratulations on your new baby arrival and have a.
    wonderful and loving husband. I wish you and your baby lots of health.
    I enjoy your patterns and information.

    Maria

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  22. Congratulations for your news All Babies are a Gift And meant to be Hope all goes well for you How exciting xx

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  23. Congratulations on baby #3! I wish you and your family the very best always. Congratulations on your designs at Red Heart Yarns. Awesome! Thank you so much for sharing this incredibly beautiful baby blanket with us. Welcome to Hubby Nick.

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  24. Hi Heather! Since baby weight yarn is lighter than worsted weight or aran, your blanket will come out smaller than what the pattern describes. If you follow the pattern as is with the hook suggested for your yarn, your blanket will turn out smaller. To get the desired size, you will have to chain a longer chain. The pattern has the multiples to make a larger blanket. I hope that helps!

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  25. Thanks for the lovely pattern! I’m on round 32 and don’t understand how to “slip stitch in next 3 ch, slip stitch in first dc”. Should I slip stitch into the chain space? Or each stitch in the chain three? Can anyone help? I’m sure melody is a little busy at the moment. 😉

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