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7-Hour Crochet Soft Bassinet Blanket

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This 7-Hour Crochet Soft Bassinet Blanket works up quick and is soft and comfy too. Just imagine a newborn snuggled in their bassinet sleeping soundly in something you lovingly made.

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7-Hour Crochet Baby Blanket
7-Hour Crochet Soft Bassinet Blanket

Repeating Crochet Stitches

A wonderful project for both beginner and expert alike, this blanket has a repeating rhythm of stitches. Once you get beyond the first row, this pattern works up very quickly without much counting.

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Fluffy Yarn

I purchased an entire box of this fluffy yarn that was on sale a few months ago. By box I mean about 20 skeins. Talk about a yarn haul. However, it was not until the yarn actually showed up that I fully understood what the yarn was like.

This yarn Baby Soft Boucle is considered a 5 bulky. There are lots of little loops. It took me a few days of pondering how this yarn could be used.

I think this was a perfect way. Make a blanket!

As you can see in the photo below, the stitches are a bit hard to see. That is why the first row is the hardest, but after that, the blanket works up very quickly.

Beginning Row of Baby Soft Boucle Yarn

First Row

When crocheting the first row, I tugged a bit on the beginning chain stitches to see where to insert my crochet hook for the next set of stitches. Make sure that you have good lighting for this first row. Once this row is complete, it is easy to see right where to insert your hook as it is between to double crochet stitches.

Just look at the thick, fluffy results!

So soft and cuddly.

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Baby Soft Plush Yarn for SPA Washcloth

Tips on Working with Fluffy Yarn

The first tip is to feel your way through the yarn. Once you do a few rounds you should be able to get a feel for where your crochet hook needs to go to achieve the stitches as you learn the new yarn and hook tension.

Additionally, when first working with this yarn, it might be best to avoid dark colors. They are hard to see the stitches in anyway and the fluffy yarn, makes it even more difficult. Lastly, use a stitch that works with the yarn, not against it.

Bonus Crochet Patterns

I chose to change skeins of yarn at the end of a row rather than in the middle a row or wherever the yarn ran out. Therefore, there was enough yarn to make a SPA set too. Same stitches, just different beginning stitches and rows.

This would be lovely for gifting too. Bonus, it is a great way to use those leftover scraps of yarn.

Plush Crochet SPA Set
Plush Crochet SPA Set

Special Stitch Pattern Used

This pattern uses the Double Crochet V-Stitch. If you are not familiar with this stitch, no worries. The instructions are written below and there is a video here on how to work this stitch. If you are beginner, you can do this.

Here is a left hand crochet tutorial for the stitch,

Here is the right hand crochet tutorial for this stitch.

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Directions: 7-Hour Crochet Soft Bassinet Blanket


13 stitches per 4 inches.


The finished size is approximately 22 inches wide X 25 inches long.

Varying the Size

Make this crochet blanket wider or narrower by adding or subtracting stitches by 2. Add or reduce rows for altering the length.

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Sprout Baby Soft Boucle 3 skeins or 360 yards, if you are not able to find this yarn locally, you can find it here. This is another place to look too.

Candy Pink Baby Soft Boucle 3 skeins or 360 yards, if you are not able to find this yarn locally, you can find it here. This is another place to look too.

Size J Crochet Hook

Yarn Needle


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CH = Chain

DC = Double Crochet

SK = Skip

ST = Stitch

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Begin: chain 60

Row 1

In the 4th ST, complete 2 DC. [SK 1, 2 DC in next ST] Repeat across. End with a DC in last ST. Turn

Row 2 – 43

CH 3, [2 DC between the previous row DCs] Repeat across. End with a DC in last ST. Turn


Weave in the yarn ends and cut off the excess yarn.

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I hope that you liked this pattern. If you are looking for more ideas for crocheted projects, here are a few others you may enjoy.

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julie Blanchette

Sunday 10th of May 2020

Where can I buy the wool for the Cotton Candy Fluffy Blanket!! I love the colors so much and really want to make this blanket!! Beautiful,Beautiful !! Ty


Monday 11th of May 2020

I am so glad you like this blanket. There should be a link for the yarn right by materials listed in the pattern. However, just there is a problem with the link, I have included it here for you.