Woolfull Free Crochet Pattern - Waffle Stitch Baby Blanket

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Product Overview

This pattern is a free crochet pattern for a Waffle Stitch Baby Blanket.

You will need a 4mm crochet hook, a needle for weaving in ends and approximately 450g of DK weight yarn.

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  • 5
    Waffle stitch blanket

    Posted by Yvonne on 20th May 2020

    Simple to access, print out and easy to follow pattern.

  • 5
    Waffle stitch baby blanket

    Posted by Nancy McDonald on 18th May 2020

    Thank you for the pattern it is beautiful.

  • 4
    Waffle stitch baby blanket

    Posted by Amber on 12th May 2020

    I used Bernat chunky, and had to adjust the beginning chain to just 99 chains. Very easy pattern to follow.

  • 5
    Pattern

    Posted by Heidi on 8th May 2020

    Making this for my daughter easiest pattern I have ever printed and tried to crochet x easy to follow and works up beautifully x

  • 5
    waffle pattern

    Posted by Sandy Steighner on 19th Apr 2020

    Excellent directions!

  • 1
    Have never received the pattern

    Posted by Cindy Cox on 3rd Apr 2020

    Would love for you to still send me the pattern, please.

    Woolfull Response: Hi Cindy, this pattern is a digital download, so you'd need to check your email (and your spam folder just in case). If you created an account you can find the download link in the My Orders section too. If you get stuck please contact us and we'll be happy to help.

  • 5
    Waffle Stitch Pattern

    Posted by Darlene on 23rd Mar 2020

    Thank you for the free waffle stitch pattern. It was very easy to follow. I love the colors you used in the picture of the blanket pattern.

  • 5
    Pattern was really easy to follow.

    Posted by Sarah on 17th Mar 2020

    Great project to work on.

  • 5
    Waffle Stitch Baby Blanket Pattern

    Posted by Jessica Kinsey on 11th Mar 2020

    Love the pattern but didn't realize it was using DK weight yarn. Would love to know the conversion for using medium 4 weight yarn.