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Baby Blanket Knitting Patterns

As any smart parent knows, a baby blanket is much more than just a fashion statement that makes your child look adorable - the most important feature rests by far in the ability to keep a baby warm and healthy in preventing chills that can lead to colds. In some instances a baby blanket can accomplish both tasks quite well, but it also needs to be remembered that the proper size plays a role in selecting the right baby blanket knitting project as well. Here is a nice assortment of some of the free patterns available on the internet, take a closer look and there should be something that should be of use for your little one:

Petunia Baby Blanket - This is a bit of a more difficult project but if you have the skills it is well worth the effort, available athttp://www.naturallycaron.com/projects/petunia/petunia_1.html

Baby Love Blanket - This pretty baby blanket measures 31 inches by 40 inches and offers hearts and excellent colors, found athttp://www.greasy.com/nittineedles/baby_love_blanket_free_pattern.html#.UgQZtqyQsnI

Circle Baby Blanket - A very unique and fashionable baby blanket that stands out from the pack, found at http://hakucho.blogspot.com/2011/04/circle-baby-blanket-pattern.html

Lullaby Baby Blanket - This features an excellent wavy design and is just the right size, available athttp://www.caron.com/projects/op/op_lullaby_knit_baby_blanket.html

Sunny Baby Blanket - Awesome texture and vibrant colors combine to make this wonderful blanket, available at http://tlc.howstuffworks.com/home/free-knitting-patterns-for-baby-blankets2.htm

Waffled Baby Blanket - Although a bit smaller than most measuring just 19 by 21 inches, this is very lovely from any viewpoint. This neat free baby blanket knitting pattern can be had at
http://www.tipeetoes.co.uk/free%20baby%20knitting%20pattern%20blanket.html

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