12 Dolls Blanket Knitting Patterns

This collection of dolls blanket knitting patterns is a terrific instant gratification project since it’s a repetitive stitch pattern that works up quickly. Making doll clothes and accessories is a lot of fun because it allows you to make a wide variety of items in miniature versions. It’s a great way to practice stitches and get familiar with techniques on small projects. You can always take what you learn and implement it to full size if you love the pattern, or you can just make lots of beautiful things for a doll collection.

DIY accessories, such as blankets, will stimulate your child’s imagination while costing you next to nothing! In fact, most of these patterns can be made from scraps lying around the house. Whether your child has an 18-inch doll like an American Girl Doll, a baby doll, or a Barbie, there are few dolls blanket knitting patterns for all of them below.

12 Dolls Blanket Knitting Patterns

1. Puffy Bricks Dolls Blanket Knitting Pattern by Sophie M

This little blanket is just perfect for a precious baby doll. Worked in stripes of color, with a pretty slipped stitch detail, you’ll get maximum visual impact with minimum effort. Entirely seamless, with borders that are joined as you go, this knits up quickly with minimal finishing.

The pattern calls for three colors, but can be easily adapted to just two colors, or as many as you like — great for using up leftover yarns. Alternatively, knit the pattern with a thicker yarn on larger needles and you’ll make a lovely baby blanket.

Puffy Bricks Dolls Blanket Knitting Pattern by Sophie M

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2. Baby Doll Blanket And Pillow Knitting Pattern by Vanessa Cayton

Oh, what fun it is to play. This doll blanket and pillow are perfect for any average size 18” doll or smaller. Any child that has fun wrapping up their baby, putting them to sleep or even snuggling with them will love this set. It fits great in a doll size crib (as shown) or in a baby doll carriage. The finished measurements are 15” x 20”.

Baby Doll Blanket And Pillow Knitting Pattern by Vanessa Cayton

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3. Barbie Dolls Blanket Knitting Pattern by Svetlana Kolesova

This quick and easy knitting pattern for doll blanket is a nice way to clean up your yarn stash while making a little something for your little ones to play with. If the result isn’t perfect, I bet Barbie won’t complain!

Barbie Dolls Blanket Knitting Pattern by Svetlana Kolesova

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4. Summer Picnic Blanket Knitting Pattern by Frances Powell

Dress up your child’s picnic with this fun Summer Picnic Blanket! This doll blanket is truly a scrap favorite as it comes together with small amounts of various colors.

Summer Picnic Blanket Knitting Pattern by Frances Powell

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5. Dolls Blankets Knitting Pattern by Shi Fio

Here are 2 pretty little dolls blankets for tucking in those little “babies”. The instructions are for a 10″-12″ doll and a 14″ – 16″ doll. I am sure any child would love these to play with in their toy prams and cradles!

Dolls Blankets Knitting Pattern by Shi Fio

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6. Candy Corn Dolls Throw Blanket Knitting Pattern by Sunidoll

Are you looking for the perfect Halloween throw blanket to decorate your dollhouse and dioramas for Fall? Knit up this quick, doll-sized chevron throw blanket using scrap yarns or choose candy corn colors like this version for a more playful, Halloween version of a classic.

Candy Corn Dolls Throw Blanket Knitting Pattern by Sunidoll

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7. Doll Checker Block Blanket Knitting Pattern by Jennifer Jackson

This is a great way to use up some leftover worsted weight yarn. If you don’t have enough for a solid blanket, it’s easy to make a striped blanket using 2, 3, or more complimentary colored worsted weight yarns.

This is a quick and easy knit — and it makes a lovely holiday gift for the child in your life who has her very own American Girl Doll (or other 18” doll).

Doll Checker Block Blanket Knitting Pattern by Jennifer Jackson

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8. Free Dolls Blanket Knitting Pattern by ABC Knitting Patterns

Here’s a simple blanket pattern sized for a doll blanket. A project that can be done in no time or it could be a first project for a little girl to learn how to knit.

Free Dolls Blanket Knitting Pattern by ABC Knitting Patterns

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9. Retro Dolls Blanket Knitting Pattern by Brenda Green

let’s get excited about this doll blanket that looks more advanced than it is to complete. Just pick your child’s favorite colors to stitch your perfect piece. It’s a great opportunity to practice your craft on a delightful project for your girl’s favorite doll!

Retro Dolls Blanket Knitting Pattern by Brenda Green

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10. Doll Blanket Knitting Pattern by Terry Morris

The historic Old Shale lace pattern, also known as Feather and Fan, combined with a simple garter stitch border creates a pretty little blanket for a large baby doll or newborn baby. Extra stitches on the side borders (short rows) ensure that the edge is neat and straight. Design is knit flat in your choice of 6 different sizes. 

Doll Blanket Knitting Pattern by Terry Morris

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11. Baby Doll Blanket Knitting Pattern by Jennie Moraitis

Learn how to knit a simple baby doll blanket with this pattern that’s simple enough for beginners and make great gifts, too. I love making this kind of project because it’s very easy to knit together and makes great use of all those leftover scraps of yarn that most projects leave behind.

Baby Doll Blanket Knitting Pattern by Jennie Moraitis

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12. Patchwork Dolls Blanket Knitting Pattern by Milk And Rhubarb

This blanket uses a combination of both knit and purl stitches and is suitable for a beginner. The squares are knitted separately and then sewn together. Pick your little one’s favorite colors and have fun!

Patchwork Dolls Blanket Knitting Pattern by Milk And Rhubarb

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EVEN BETTER, THESE DOLLS BLANKET KNITTING PATTERNS MAKE FANTASTIC GIFTS FOR LOVED ONES WITH DOLLS OF ANY KIND!

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You can also skip the expensive store-bought doll clothing and instead use your stash to stitch up these 32 Dolls Clothes Knitting Patterns. You’ll find enchanting pieces ranging from classic to chic and include everything from tops and pants to dresses, skirts, and coats.

Surely, you’ll have a blast whipping up these dolls knitting patterns for your little one’s little one. Happy knitting, friends!