Monique Baby Blanket

Monique baby blanket

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Monique is one of my favorite blanket patterns to make for The Linus Connection.

It’s easy, relatively fast, works well with just about any yarn and can be adapted to be a smaller or larger size.   Make it with all one color or use up your leftovers!

I’m not including yarn amounts here because it really varies on what size you’d like to make and what kind of yarn you choose.  The one shown is made with Caron Simply Soft.

You’ll need:

  • The yarn of your choice, I prefer a soft worsted.    Please note that the amount will vary depending on your choices.
  • I hook – this is my preference, but it works with any size hook from G up to about a J, depending on yarn weight.

Ch 122 (or any multiple of 3 + 2)

Row 1: 1 hdc into third ch from hook, skip 1 st *(1sc, ch 1, 1 dc) in next st, sk 2 sts*, rep *to*, end of row, 1 sc in last st, ch 2, turn.

Row 2: Work (1 sc, ch 1, 1 dc) into each chain space across, ending with a sc in the top of the final ch 2 from the previous row. Ch 2, turn.

Rep row 2 until blanket is the size of your choice.

For edging, continue pattern in ch sp around remaining 3 sides. Join with sl stitch and finish off.


edging detail


completed blanket

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updated 01/06/2015


12 thoughts on “Monique Baby Blanket

  1. Anne Stern

    Hi, Jennifer — This looks so lovely. So I can gauge how much yarn to use if I go with a size other than worsted, would you please let me know how many skeins of Caron Simply Soft you used for the Monique Baby Blanket shown above and what the finished size was? Thank you so much for sharing! — Anne

  2. Dawnalee

    Was looking for a baby blanket to crochet that was ‘different’ and came across this pattern. Want to thank you so much for posting the pattern; I love it. It works up quick. Thank you again!!

  3. Denise D.

    A friend gave me your pattern and I love it. It’s fast and easy!! I’ll definitely make it again. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  4. Michelle

    Love, Love, Love this pattern! I’m fairly new to this and found it easy to do. Turned out beautifully – thank you!

  5. DebW

    Just starting row 3 and I want to make double sure that no more hdc happen right? Just do what’s between the brackets from now on? I sure do appreciate you sharing this pattern. It seems like it will go quickly. -thank you

    1. rose elkins

      Please clarify on DebW’s question and I am also confused by the “ch2, turn]” occurring within the brackets — assuming that is meant when end of row is reached?

  6. Pauline Edwards

    I am confused about row 2. You say to sc in the chain 2 space. In row 1, I don’t see where you cained two anywhere.


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