Easiest Crochet Baby Blanket With Marshmallow Stitch Video Tutorial

Crochet Marshmallow Stitch Baby Blanket + Video Tutorial

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Are you searching for a place that will be an ultimate guide to teach you how is the easiest crochet baby blanket with marshmallow stitch is done?

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Easiest Crochet Baby Blanket With Marshmallow Stitch


Level: Easy

Type: For Beginners

Format: Free Video Tutorial

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66 thoughts on “Crochet Marshmallow Stitch Baby Blanket + Video Tutorial

  1. Thank you sooo much for your easy to follow video! I was successful doing the stitch plus colour change on a swatch. It is the best of stitches I have tried so far. I wasn’t able to subscribe because the video stopped too fast, however I am interested in more from you!!!

    1. Looks beautiful, i was always looking for a pattern that is not as homey as the granny squares, so I am definitely going to do it and will show you when it is done, was thinking of making knee rugs. Thanks.

    2. Hello I loved the baby blanket in marshmallow stitch. I tried to subscribe but I couldn’t make it. Is there a free pattern for this blanket. Than you. Jacqui

  2. Has a pretty good video however I’d rather see the actual pattern so I can follow along at my leisure instead of having to stop and start the video you have an actual pattern that I can read?

  3. Thank you so much Anne for the tutorial, seems very easy to follow for someone who doesn’t know anything about crochet. Will definitely try it out .

  4. Fantastic video !! I can hardly wait to try it myself. It was a little difficult to see what was being done in the video BC of the CC ( closed caption ). But otherwise a great video & pattern to try !!! Can we also use Red heart yarn worsted weight #4 ???? I have used red heart for twenty-four years and it’s such a fabulous yarn !!

  5. Grest video. Like this pattern. I haven’t crocheted in a long time but watching this had motivated me to start this hobby back up. Thank you.

  6. I have been crocheting for a long time and I have not seen the puffy stitches this way before. I love it. Can’t wait to try it out. Thank you for sharing this with us.

  7. This video is very nice. I have been crocheting for more years than I care to count. I have never seen this puffy stitch. I will be trying it.

  8. Very nice, thank you. Great Grandma here with 3 babies coming this Spring/Summer. Very clear instructions thanks for the uS conversion.

  9. Thank You for this simple but sweet baby blanket. How do you finish it off? I mean the border around it when done.

  10. Thank u so much for this tutorial.
    I am wondering if u have a ‘border’ pattern or instruction on how to add a border to this blanket if I want to.
    (How to start the border, where to place the stitches as u crochet around, what stitch to use etc..

    Much appreciated-


  12. Would be really nice to try this one but there is only a tutorial and it stopped mid stream. Maybe put a printable version on so people can use it on their own time. People sometimes do not have a computer of their own you know.

  13. I really enjoyed the tutorial video, but I prefer written directions. I have been crocheting for many years and I prefer to have the directions in front of me so I can take them wherever I go. I prefer not to be tied to my computer.

  14. Love this and want to make it, however twice I have made my chain 96+3=99. When I get to the end I don’t have the one chain left. I skip two and then would cluster in the last stitch. Any suggestions? Have checked that I am starting in the correct chain also.

  15. Great video, well explained, thank you Anne. I bought the wool and crochet hook, can’t wait to start. How many stitches across should I crochet to start making a baby blanket, as many as I want? What a popular size?. Thank you.

  16. What a beautiful stitch! Thank you so much for sharing this with us! The video was very easy to follow along with.
    Can’t wait to get started on my Granddaughters blanket! ❤️

    1. Sorry,I wanted to clarify my question. At end of first row, you are working in the last stitch,you say double crochet. It looks like you are using single crochet. I might be misunderstanding because of U.S. terms. What stitch goes in the very last stitch of chain.

  17. I loved how easy and clear the instructions were. I will try it for my baby grandson’s blanket. He’s due in July. I’m excited since this is my very first video. I hope it will turn out right. Thanks a lot.

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