**THIS IS FOR THE PDF PATTERN ONLY**THIS IS NOT A FINISHED PRODUCT**
This pattern was created in honor of my cousin's baby girl, Charlee. It took them 9 years to be able to have another baby after their first one, and I wanted to make sure I honored their girls Riley and Charlee with a design that would be super snuggly and comforting.
This design goes perfectly with all of the woodsy chevron and arrow looks for baby's room. This pattern uses half double crochet (half treble for UK readers), and a front post double treble (UK front post triple treble) stitch. The border uses single crochet. If you know those stitches...you can make this blanket! It is so warm and squishy and thick and soft!!!
I have also made YouTube videos for the pattern and for the edging instructions. The blanket instruction video has an in-depth discussion about how to size your beginning chain for any size blanket/project. You can make dishcloths, pillows, blankets...whatever your heart desires. :)
FYI, this pattern is available free on my blog. https://bizzycrochet.blogspot.com/2018/05/fawn-river-baby-blanket-pattern-free.html If you don't want to copy and paste the pattern, it is available here for $2.00.
However, if you don't want to buy the pattern in a neat PDF file, you are welcome to visit my blog and get the pattern there! Either way, you're going to love the ease with which this pattern works up and what a GREAT stashbuster it is!