Tulip Crochet Baby Blanket

This is a free pattern for a tulip crochet baby blanket. Full photo and video tutorials are included in this blog post.

Easy Baby Blanket Crochet pattern

Honoring Edith Mae: The Tulip Crochet Baby Blanket

In homage to my beloved great-grandmother, I proudly present the Edith Mae Baby Blanket, a timeless tribute to her enduring love for crochet. Named after her, this blanket carries the legacy of countless handcrafted gifts that she lovingly bestowed upon our family.

The Edith Mae Baby Blanket features the lovely tulip crochet stitch, a delicate yet impactful pattern that embodies the beauty of simplicity. Although my great-grandmother’s exact stitch remains a mystery, my journey of trial and error led me to this mesmerizing one-row repeat, reminiscent of her cherished creations.

Easy Baby Blanket Pattern

Crafted with care and nostalgia, this blanket invites you to embark on a soothing crochet journey. It’s designed for moments of relaxation, allowing you to immerse yourself in your favorite shows while your hands work magic with yarn and hook.

To guide you through this heartfelt project, I’ve included comprehensive photo tutorials and a video tutorial. Join me in honoring Edith Mae’s crochet legacy and creating cherished memories with the Tulip Crochet Baby Blanket.

Tulip Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern

The tulip stitch is a lovely stitch known for its simplicity and beauty. With just a one-row repeat, it’s incredibly easy to learn and perfect for crocheters of all skill levels. The stitch creates a delicate yet striking texture that makes a perfect choice for many crochet projects. Whether you’re a beginner looking for a new stitch to try or an experienced crocheter seeking a relaxing and enjoyable pattern, the tulip stitch is a wonderful choice.

Tulip Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern

Tulip Blanket Pattern Details

Pattern is written in US terminology


  • 4-5 skeins of Color Theory yarn from Lion Brand. Or approximately 980-1200 yards of your favorite worsted yarn.
  • Crochet hook that best suits your tension. I used a 5.00mm.
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends
  • Scissors
  • Tape Measure

Skill level

  • Easy

Pattern notes

  • This pattern is written using standard US crochet terms.
  • This pattern is worked in turning rows.
  • The chain 1 never counts as a stitch.
  • To make a bigger blanket, increase the starting chains by any multiple of four.

Stitches used and abbreviations

  • ch = chain
  • st/sts = stitch/stitches
  • yo = yarn over
  • sp/sps = space/spaces
  • sc = single crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • tulip stitch (video tutorial)


  • 4 tulip stitch ‘squares’ x 3.75 rows

Finished measurements:

  • 37″ x 37″

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Pattern Instructions for the Crochet Tulip Baby Blanket

Foundation: make 128 chs. (Or any multiple of 4)

This blanket is made using the tulip stitch. For a full stitch tutorial, watch this video.

Row 1: In the third ch from the hook, work 3 dc. Ch 2, work one sc in the next ch. Sk the next 2 chs. [Work 3 dc in the next ch, ch 2, sc in the next ch, sk 2 chs]. Repeat from [ to ] across, ending with a sc in the last ch. Ch 2, turn. (96 dc, 32 sc, 32 ch-2 sps)

Row 2: Locate the ch 2 space from the row below. In this space, you’ll work:

  • 3 dc
  • ch 2
  • 1 sc

Continue to work these same sts in each ch 2 space across the row. Ch 2, turn. (96 dc, 32 sc, 32 ch-2 sps OR 32 tulip ‘squares’)

Row 3: Repeat Row 2 until your blanket measures 37″ or your desired length.

Finishing row (optional): You’ll notice that the bottom of your blanket is flat while the top of the blanket is scalloped. If you want, you can add a row of sc sts all the way across to even it out. Since I always keep my blanket folded, it doesn’t really bother me so I kept mine as is. This step is completely optional.

To make the finishing row:

sc in each ch-2 sp and in each dc all the way across. You will skip over the sc sts. (128 sc)

I used a different color in the photo below so it’s easier to see what the finishing sc row would look like, should you decide to make one.

Tulip Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern (8)

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