Bebe Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

The Bebe Baby Blanket is a crochet blanket that has a chevron design and also an ombre color palette. It’s the perfect size for a baby blanket but you can adjust it to be any size! This crochet blanket uses basic crochet stitches so it’s easy to make! This project works up fasting, making it perfect as a last minute baby shower gift!

Pink, ombre, and chevron crochet blanket laying on a white surface. Bebe Baby Blanket crochet pattern by The Turtle Trunk

Need a last minute baby shower gift? The Bebe Baby Blanket is a super quick and super easy project that takes less than 4 hours to make! It’s the perfect size for a newborn baby but you can adjust the pattern to be any size you’d like! The pattern shows how to change colors for a quad colored blanket, but feel free to use as many or few colors as you’d like!

I hope you enjoy making this pattern and also love your new, Bebe Baby Blanket! Continue reading below to hear my inspiration for this pattern and to learn more about the yarn I used, then scroll down for the written pattern!


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If you’d like more crochet blanket patterns, then check out my Bonfire Blanket and Picot Blanket patterns!


Woman holding a pink, ombre, chevron crochet blanket. Bebe Baby Blanket crochet pattern by The Turtle Trunk

Inspiration

To be honest, I’ve never been that interested in crocheting blankets. I have a hard time working on large projects because my attention span is not that long and I get bored of working on the same thing for an extended period of time. But when I heard my cousin was expecting a baby girl, I thought a handmade baby blanket would be such a sweet gift for her. While searching through Pinterest for a quick and easy blanket idea, I couldn’t find anything I loved. I wanted something simple, but not too boring or basic, and something that could work up really quick. Lastly, I wanted to be able to use only the yarn in my stash, as I’ve been trying to work through it all for the last year.

I wanted to use a chevron design because it adds interest to the blanket without being too difficult to create. It also uses double crochet stitches so it works up fast! And when I say it works up fast, I mean it took me LESS THAN 4 HOURS TO MAKE! Now, the speed at which you can finish greatly depends on how fast or slow you are at crocheting, but I consider myself to crochet on the slower side and I took many breaks while working on this blanket and it still took me just under 4 hours from start to finish. So whether you’re looking to make a last minute baby shower gift or just love the design of this simple, yet beautiful baby blanket, I hope you enjoy this pattern!

Close up photo of a pink, ombre, chevron crochet blanket laying on the ground. Bebe Baby Blanket crochet pattern by The Turtle Trunk

Yarn

I had this Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek yarn in my stash, that I had only used a little bit of for a previous project. I thought these pink tones would be perfect for a baby girl blanket! With only having less than one skein of each, my design options were limited so I added in the ivory to make up for the lack of yardage but it also added a nice contrast and brightness to all the pink. I have previously designed a chevron blanket (American Flag Blanket) and loved how easy it was to make, but it wasn’t boring to look at, even though it’s only double crochet stitches.

I really love Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek yarn, especially for baby blankets. It’s super soft, durable, and comes in so many beautiful colors! Although I used 4 colors, you can use as many or few colors as you’d like! Feel free to make your Bebe Baby Blanket one solid color, striped, or ombre like mine! The possibilities are endless and can be made to fit any home decor or nursery style!

The color combination possibilities are endless, but if you need some inspiration or ideas, I’ve made this Pinterest board to help you out! Below are also some other Bebe Baby Blankets I have made for baby shower gifts. The blanket on the left used Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek in the colors Light Grey, Tobacco, Ivory, and Dark Heather Grey. The blanket on the right used Lion Brand Yarn Basic Stitch in the colors Taupe Heather, Frost, White, and Mustard.

Size

The finished size of the Bebe Baby Blanket is about 30″ x 30″, but you can easily adjust it to be bigger or smaller! Although it’s called baby blanket, you can make it to be for anyone and any size! To adjust the width of the blanket you will need to chain a multiple of 31 + 4. To adjust the length of the blanket you will just repeat Row 2 until you reach your desired size.


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pinterest pin for the bebe baby blanket crochet pattern by The Turtle Trunk

Follow along with the video tutorial on YouTube!


Size

30″ x 30″

Difficulty

Beginner

Gauge

13 STs x 6 Rows = 4” x 4”
Adjust hook size up or down or adjust tension to meet gauge.

Notes

  • The number in parenthesis at the end of each row represents the total number of stitches to be worked in that row.
  • The chain 2 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.
  • Repeat stitches between the ** until the end of the round or until otherwise stated.
  • To adjust the width, chain a multiple of 31 + 4

Changing Color

On the final pull through of the last stitch of the current color, drop current color and pull through with the new color. Tie the tail ends together, weave in now or at the end, and continue with the pattern.

How to change colors in crochet by The Turtle Trunk.

Supplies

  • Medium (4) Weight Yarn (approx. 14 oz / 652 yards total)
  • I used Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek
    • Color A – Ivory – 3.5 oz / 163 yards
    • Color B – Blush – 3.5 oz / 163 yards
    • Color C – Mauve – 3.5 oz / 163 yards
    • Color D – Burgundy – 3.5 oz / 163 yards
  • 6.00mm (J) Hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors
  • Tape Measure

Abbreviations (US Terms)

ST(s) – Stitch(es)
SL ST – Slip Stitch
CH – Chain
SK – Skip
DC – Double Crochet
DC2TOG – Double Crochet Two Together

Bebe Baby Blanket crochet pattern by The Turtle Trunk

Bebe Baby Blanket Pattern

Starting with Color A (Ivory)

CH 97

Row 1: DC2TOG starting in the 3rd CH from hook, DC x 14, 3DC, *DC x 14, SK 2, DC x 14, 3DC* Repeat ** until 16 STs remain. DC x 14, DC2TOG (95)

Row 2: CH 2 & turn. DC2TOG, DC x 14, 3DC, *DC x 14, SK 2, DC x 14, 3DC* Repeat ** until 16 STs remain. DC x 14, DC2TOG (95)

Rows 3-11: Repeat Row 2

Change to Color B (Blush)

Rows 12-22: Repeat Row 2

Change to Color C (Mauve)

Rows 23-33: Repeat Row 2

Change to Color D (Burgundy)

Rows 34-44: Repeat Row 2

Tie off yarn and weave in all ends.

And you’re all done!


Thank you so much for following along! I hope you enjoyed this pattern for the Bebe Baby Blanket! Try out my Easy Breezy Ribbed Beanie pattern to make this as a beautiful, baby gift set! I know this combo will be my new, go-to baby shower gift!

Bebe Baby Blanket and Easy Breezy Beanie crochet pattern by The Turtle Trunk
The Easy Breezy Beanie pattern includes instructions for 8 different sizes, including 0-3 months, which is perfect for a new baby! Match the colors to a Bebe Blanket and you have the perfect baby shower gift set!

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18 thoughts on “Bebe Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern”

  • Hi!
    After Dc2tog twice doesn’t that decrease the length to 93 and not 95 stitches.

    Also my 3DC and SK2 aren’t lining up because of the DC2TOG.

    HELP! What am I doing wrong?

    • Hi Crystina! I will help the best I can! Be sure you have worked the correct number of chains and that you start the first DC2TOG in the 3rd chain from the hook. The number of stitches will always remain at 95. There is a DC2TOG at the beginning and the end of the row because there are 3 “peaks” (the 3DC) and only 2 “valleys” (the SK 2) across so you need to minus 2 stitches to keep the count at 95 and to keep a straight edge. If your stitches aren’t lining up correctly, I think your chain count or stitch count is off. I know I have to count really carefully when working this pattern because it’s easy to miss a stitch. I hope this helps!

      Ali

    • Hi Emily! If it were me I’d keep it simple, so I think a single crochet boarder would look great!If you used multiple colors for the blanket, I would use one of the middle colors. Hope that helps!

      Ali

  • I just started making this today and I’m so excited! I’m half way done and stopped for the night but I can’t wait to finish it for my baby girl due in January. I loved the colors you used so much I went and bought the exact same ones.

  • Sorry, total beginner here! I think I’m doing the sk2 wrong. I know its probably so easy, but can you explain how you did it? I went off a YouTube video and it does not look like yours. 🤦‍♀️

    • Hi Aleesha! Sorry I don’t have a video tutorial for this pattern yet, but I do plan on making one in January! (I know that doesn’t help you now though). For the SK2, you will just skip the next two stitches then work the next stitch in the 3rd stitch over. That skip 2 is what creates the “valley” or dip down. I hope that makes sense!

  • Hi! I read in a comment that you’ll be making a video tutorial for this in January! Do you know when you will be releasing it? I want to make this blanket but never did anything like this before! Thank you!!

  • I’m so excited to make this blanket! But I’m a bit confused. It seems like row 2 is missing the first *. Where does the repeat for row 2 begin? Thanks!

    • So happy you’re excited to make it! Thanks for pointing that out, I fixed that row and added the **. I will be making a video tutorial for this pattern in January so that may help you when you start to make this! Enjoy!

      Ali

  • Hello!!! This blanket is absolutely beautiful!!! And i cant wait to make a couple for my twins before they are due!!!

    Can you explain the difference between the 3DC and DC x 14 ( obviously besides the number hahah) is the 3DC going into 1 stitch where the DC x 14 going individually into their own stich? Thanks so much for this beautiful pattern!!!

    • Hi Amber! You’re correct, the 3DC go into one stitch where as the 14 DC’s are in separate stitches. Hope you enjoy the pattern!

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