Crochet Block Stitch Baby Blanket – Free Tutorial & Pattern

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This right here is a great tutorial for those who want to learn how to crochet the block stitch baby blanket.

To be honest, I really like this baby blanket tutorial and pattern…

Maybe even more than other techniques that we’ve shared recently…

It was an inspiration for me to collect information and present it to my loyal readers…

So I did just that…

Crochet Block Stitch Baby Blanket – Free Tutorial & Pattern


Level: Easy

Type: For Beginners

Format: Free Video Tutorial & Free Pattern

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Crochet Block Stitch Baby Blanket - Free Tutorial & Pattern


Lanas y Ovillos channel is a genius behind this amazing video tutorial and a free pattern that will help you to achieve the result.

Have fun!



I hope you enjoyed this video and will come back to for more tutorials like this!

25 thoughts on “Crochet Block Stitch Baby Blanket – Free Tutorial & Pattern

    1. Sign up? What do you mean? You can access video tutorial by clicking the “play” video button after the intro text ^_^

      1. Thanks for the tip. The ‘”play” video’ is pretty tiny but it’s there and the video is there. Love the stitch, so cute!

  1. I see that previous post were wanting a written pattern. From watching this clip, it appears that this is a very easy pattern. I personally intend to just watch it again and write down what she says. She tells you how many multiples are needed to accomplish the pattern. So you could make this as large or small as you wanted, you could even use cotton yarn and make a dishcloth. Wonderful clip.

  2. I would really like the written pattern (PDF) if at all possible. Once I’ve watched the video once, I can sit and follow the rest with the pattern. Thanks

  3. As I appreciate your videos, I am one who needs a printed copy to go by. Old habits , old woman. Is there any way to get a printed copy of the Christmas tree patterns? Thank you so much for sharing these with your public.

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