Noah's Ark Baby Blanket
Bring a cherished children's Bible story to life with this precious picture-perfect Noah's Ark Baby Blanket crochet pattern that's sure to become a family heirloom to treasure for generations.
- Off White for Cream: 4 skeins
- Dk Ocean for Spurce: 3 skeins
- 1 skein each of the following
- Forest for Kiwi
- Grey for Mint
- Lavender for Lavender
- Daisy for Yellow
- Sweet Pea for Light Rose
- Bubblegum for Hot Pink
- Persimmon for Tangerine
- Raspberry for Med. Rose
- Purple for Med. Blue
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June 22, 2018
I love how this is coming together, I have changed some of the colors to make it my own. I can't wait to finish it, I find myself doing this instead of other things I need to be doing. Lol
January 22, 2017
I love the look. But I need help with the instructions. Not adding up.
January 28, 2016
LOVE IT!!! So very adorable and the pattern is very easy to follow.
April 10, 2015
I am changing the background to 29 x 40. I used cream fleece with blue fleece in waves for the ocean, sort of like the picture. My hands can't handle too much crocheting. I have changed some of the colors of the animals and I am sewing on the animals to the fleece. I have added extra fish, turtles and created a purple octopus. (my picture does not have a lion or octopus.) I stitched the arc in three rows to keep it in place. I am stuffing the turtles so the shell stands up. I plan to create a rainbow and add it to the top. Also, adding an olive leaf to the bird's bill. I like the idea of a bigger arc for the next project. This has been really fun and very cute. Hoping my adult children give me grandchildren soon! Corrections - noting the number of stitches at the end of each row and wording the dec correctly for the sc and dc stitches.
November 20, 2014
Instead of - dc dec in next 3 chs- twice This pattern should read - (dc3tog) twice Do this twice: Yarn over, insert hook in next stitch, yarn over and pull up loop, yarn over, draw through 2 loops 3 times (4 loops on hook), yarn over, draw through all loops on hook 2 stitches decreased. Hope this helps all you folks out :) This stitch is not in your stitch guide (dc3tog)