Category Patterns YARN/AP, Baby, Home
Suggested yarn Organicon
Type Blanket
Technique crochet
Sizes 112 x 150 cm
Languages dutch english-uk
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Pretty Little Things 04 - Wanna Waffle Blanket

By Ali Campbell

The 4th edition of our monthly publication Pretty Little Things is filled to the brim with adorable designs all made with child-friendly fibres and materials, making it suitable for the wonderful bundles of joy in our lives - babies! Everything always looks 'oh so cute' when in miniature, with the added bonus that they can be created in no time at all. Perfect as quick and colourful projects for a baby shower, birthday or just as a surprise gift.

Our baby-inspired booklet wouldn’t be complete without a super soft baby blanket! The Wanna Waffle Blanket designed by Ali Campbell is a colourful crochet blanket made with our environmentally friendly Organicon yarns, perfect for sensitive baby skin! Made using front post stitches to create a traditional waffle stitch, the blanket measures 112 x 150cm when complete. By combining any of our 21 fresh and pastel coloured Organicon yarns, crafters can create the perfect baby blanket to snuggly wrap their little one in.


  • Scheepjes Organicon (100% Soft Organic Cotton; 50g/170m)
    Yarn A: 220 Broken Almond x 17 balls
    Yarn B: 213 Sapling x 1 ball
    Yarn C: 217 Fresh Air x 1 ball
    Yarn D: 214 Glacier x 1 ball
    Yarn E: 208 Peach Fuzz x 1 ball
    Yarn F: 211 Gentle Primrose x 1 ball
    Yarn G: 205 Lavender x 1 ball
  • 3mm crochet hook
  • Stitch markers


This Pattern is published in Pretty Little Things 04 - Baby. The Pretty Little Things booklets are available in English UK crochet terms and Dutch via our Scheepjes dealers. This eBook is also available via Ravelry.

Our monthly publication Pretty Little Things (Klein Maar Fijn) showcases 3 multicraftual patterns made with Scheepjes yarns. Colourful projects that are beginner-friendly, affordable, and appealing to all crafters thanks to the adorable aesthetic. Who doesn’t love a pretty ‘weekend’ project?

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