I love me some easy crochet projects, don’t you? It’s lovely to just veg out with a no-brainer project in hand — listening to podcasts or music or whatever.
I’m trying to learn another language, so lately that’s what I’ve been doing while working on my easy crochet stuff. (I don’t watch TV, but if you do, that’s another option for something else you could be doing while you’re crocheting. Although really, I don’t recommend it — why not get out in the real world and have real life adventures instead?)
Anyway, the blanket you see pictured above is the easiest crochet baby blanket I’ve yet made. It was pretty quick too! I’m so pleased with how it turned out. It makes me smile to think that it will be keeping a little one warm, hopefully next winter. I sent it off to the Pine Ridge Reservation after getting the idea from a charity crocheter at About.com. Her charity crochet story inspired me to donate some of my projects to the organization she had been working with. Perhaps some of you will do the same?
Whether you’re crocheting for charity or for yourself or your family, this crochet baby blanket is a good one to have in your craft pattern stash. It’s available on the Internet as a free pattern. I hope you’ll check it out!