Woven Baby Blankets: Free Projects for Huck, Plain Weave, and a Waffle Weave Blanket

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Whether you want to give a friend a handwoven gift for their new baby or create an heirloom for your own child, these handwoven projects are sure to make a special keepsake. With this free eBook full of beautiful and unique projects and patterns, Weaving Today invites you to explore the joy of weaving a blanket made especially for a treasured little one. If you’re making your first blanket, you’ll find the projects easy to follow, detailed with instructions and images. Experienced weavers will love the beautiful projects and advancing their skills while creating a keepsake to be treasured for years to come. The experts at Weaving Today have compiled four beautiful blanket patterns that are soft and comforting yet durable enough to withstand plenty of washing.



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Weaving a baby blanket for an expected child is always a great joy for a weaver. Creating a gift for a child makes the experience of weaving a blanket even more personal and rewarding. You can explore free projects in various structures such as huck, plain weave, and M’s and O’s, as well as a waffle weave blanket. These durable blankets can be enjoyed for years to come. Download your eBook today to add these free projects to your collection. Along with this FREE eBook, you'll also receive a free membership to our Weaving Today community. Your membership provides you access to our free projects library, our weaving community blogs, and our email newsletter with all sorts of tips, tricks and more free projects!

Whether you're advanced or want to weave a blanket for the first time, you’ll find helpful information and colorful inspiration.

Weaving Today has compiled projects to accomplish beautiful woven blankets for the new addition in your life.

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Your Guide to Weaving Blankets for Baby


Handwoven Blanket Project

Huck Weave by Linda Ligon

This lightweight cloth is the perfect project to get started weaving baby blankets. A simple crocheted edging borders Linda Ligon’s lightweight baby blanket which is delicately patterned with huck lace diamonds.


Handwoven Children's Blanket

Crayon and Blanket Pillows by Beverly Savel

Weave a baby blanket that will become a treasured keepsake for any child, perhaps even a security blanket - comforting its owner through early years of life. Add a fun touch with handmade crayon pillows to match. Crayons struck Beverly as an ideal motif for the border of a child’s blanket, but how to weave the border on all four sides? The solution is to use a supplementary weft for the top and bottom borders and a supplementary warp for the borders on the the sides.

Handwoven Project

A New Look at Threading M's and O's by Kathleen Farling

The floats in M's and O's provide an opportunity to play with color at the loom. You can change the pair of wefts any time, creating stripes and gradations of color and a different look for every piece. Instructions given here are for the turquoise cloth. Weave it first following the treadling and then choose your own colors for the second one.

Handwoven Waffle Weave Project

Waffle Weave Baby Blanket by Suzie Liles

Waffle weave produces an especially insulating fabric; it also shows off luxury yarns with dimensional cells framed by long floats. What a perfect recipe for a handwoven baby blanket that is durable, washable, and more importantly, baby soft.

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