Baby Elements is a unique, textured crochet baby blanket. In this post you find information about yarn amounts, the links to the written pattern in English and Dutch, and the English video tutorials to make a Baby Elements blanket designed by Sandra Kuijer from Hooks and Yarn.
- Add this pattern to your Ravelry library
- Written pattern in English and Dutch
- Yarn Amounts for Baby Elements
- Hooks and Yarn Facebook group hosting the CAL
- Baby Elements video tutorials in one YouTube playlist
About Baby Elements
Baby Elements is the sequel to the fabulous Elements blanket designed by Sandra Kuijer from Hooks and Yarn. Baby Elements is the boldest baby blanket I have seen in a long time. The blanket is approximately 85cm x 62cm (35″ x 25″) and uses two light worsted / aran weight yarns in combination with a 4.5mm and 5.0mm hook in 5 parts. The blanket has flowers to make it sweet, and rhythmic linen and granny stitches to give it that sturdy look.
Colorway and Yarn Amounts
Baby Elements uses 4 colors of Scheepjes Cahlista, and one color of Scheepjes Soft Fun. The Cahlista is used for the details in the blanket whereas the Soft Fun is a background color. I thought, because this is a baby blanket and because I somehow associate babies with pastels and with rainbows, that I will use a small, pastel shaded rainbow in my blanket. I am using a soft white background color for my blanket.
- 5 x Scheepjes Soft Fun White (2412)
- 1 x Scheepjes Cahlista Color 1 – I used Lemonade (403)
- 2 x Scheepjes Cahlista Color 2 – I used Green Yellow (245)
- 2 x Scheepjes Cahlista Color 3 – I used Cyan (397)
- 2 x Scheepjes Cahlista Color 4 – I used Lavender (520)
- 4.5mm hook & 5.0mm hook
To help you with the tricky bits, and maybe just to keep you company, I have video tutorials available for all 5 part of Baby Elements. In this playlist on my YouTube channel you find them all.
My Baby Elements
I made a rainbow baby blanket, and I am very pleased with how it turned out. Over the weeks we started with a small square, which we grew to a larger square, and quite fast we were already working on the lovely flower details.
And that’s it, all done!
Hope to see you soon for a new project.
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