Bunny Comfort Blankie – CBL Project

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Today I have a CBL (Crochet Bucket List) Project to share with you!

A family member asked me to crochet this lovey for an upcoming baby shower gift –

I’ve crocheted a few of Salena’s designs in the past and I was very willing to attempt this one too –

This design is available on Red Heart Yarns website:

Red Heart Yarns Bunny Comfort Blankie
Photo Credit: Red Heart Yarns via Ravelry

Bunny Comfort Blankie

The design is very easy to follow and it took me less than 2-hours to crochet.

I substituted Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn for the yarn recommended in the pattern – I just prefer cotton yarn for projects for babies.

The finished blankie is soft and huggable and just too darn cute!

I definitely recommend this pattern – and I encourage you to explore some of Salena’s other designs too 🙂  Here’s a link to her Ravelry page: Salena Baca on Ravelry

Here is a picture of the finished blankie –

cbl project bunny comfort blankie

 

 

If you are looking for another option for a baby comfort blanket, I also recommend this pattern by my friend Dedri.

I had the chance to test this pattern for her last year. I loved it and I honestly wanted to keep it for myself once it was finished!

Here is the link to the free crochet pattern: Tau: Free Lion Lovie Crochet Pattern

and here is a picture of my finished project:

 

cbl project lion lovey

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2 Comments

  1. No I didn’t – I followed the pattern. I think I remember it was slightly larger but only a very small bit.

  2. Did you change the pattern size or hook size because you used a different yarn?