Easiest Crochet Baby Blanket With Marshmallow Stitch Video Tutorial

Easiest Crochet Baby Blanket With Marshmallow Stitch + Video Tutorial

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Level: Easy

Type: For Beginners

Format: Video Tutorial

Hey there! Ire 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?

You just found it! I have a video tutorial for you as well as a mini collage for your Pinterest account!

Basically everything you need to get the best source of this tutorial as you possibly could’ve found!

First of all, needless to mention but just like any other tutorial I present, I find this material by searching it through the internet.

Once I find the best material, I collect it and present it to my beloved readers!

But, this time…

Just kidding… Of course this time I made no exception!


Of course, I have a video!

To be more specific, I chose one particular video that we’re sure my precious readers will absolutely love!

Let’s not waste any more time on previews…

I am talking about:

Easiest Crochet Baby Blanket With Marshmallow Stitch

Once you learn it, you’ll use it for many upcoming projects that I share or you will come up with on your own.

I wanted to find the best video to be shared. I did just that…

So I have a great tutorial, Video, and a great photo collage. It’s all for you and it’s all free.

Let’s continue with the tutorial itself as it is so detailed that it doesn’t need any extra introductions…

Easiest Crochet Baby Blanket With Marshmallow Stitch Video Tutorial

I promised you a free pattern, didn’t we?

Blossom Crochet channel is a genius behind this amazing video I decided to share with you, my beloved readers!

Here it is:

I Hope you enjoyed this video and will come back to randoff.com for more tutorials like this!

64 thoughts on “Easiest Crochet Baby Blanket With Marshmallow Stitch + 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.

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