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Drunken Granny Baby Blanket

Here is the written crochet pattern for the Drunken Granny Baby Blanket! Easily scaled to any size you like.

This is a perfect project for beginners. It looks super complicated, but it’s just double crochets into spaces, so it goes really quick, and it looks amazing. There is a row of single crochet on every side, so it looks great on both sides and is totally reversible! 

Customer Reviews

Based on 37 reviews
Drunken Granny

Using these instructions, I made a lap robe measuring 23"x34". It looks great and will be donated to a Veteran. Made one change - after completing the first row of edging, turned and made one row of double crochet, turned and finished off with slip stitches all around. Came out very nice. Beautiful stitch. Clear, easy instructions.

Nancy Todd
Sorry did not get to do it yet busy getting the yard an pool ready for the Greatgrandchildren wil...

Childen hope to get to itsoon

Amy Davis
In love with this stitch

This is so easy and looks amazing. I’m doing 6x6 blocks for a swap and next will be two baby blankets and a lap-ghan for a friend.

Samantha Chaplin

I wasnt able to figure out how to do this one. Mine didn't look anything like the picture. Not sure what I did wrong. I am new at this.

Mary Walden
Trying something new got me a drunken granny! 😂

I was looking on Ravelry for some new patterns and stumbled across this hilariously titled pattern. The instructions and the photos are well done and the tutorials on YouTube helped me get started. Once you get that first row done in the chain, it’s super simple and something I can do while watching tv because it’s just repeating after row 3 and only uses single and double crochets. I can’t wait to get this one finished for my baby niece and make a matching lovey for her baby dolls. I also can’t wait to make more of the available patterns from The Secret Yarnery. I highly recommend TSY for the ease of purchase, the quick provision of the patterns and the helpful tutorials (for both right- and left handed users).