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I find out the quickest & easiest way to make a nice baby blanket is to use Bernat Baby Blanket yarn.  It work up fast because that is a thicker yarn. I made many blankets using that yarn. Here is a picture of one of them. It was very simple to make that. I used hdc stitches for every row. I did not used any pattern.

You can make them bigger or smaller, any size you want. By making a swatch you will be able to figure it out how many chains you need to start with to get the size you would like.

That blanket on that picture was a lot bigger than "normal" size baby blankets. I would call that a crib size 

Krys

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2 hours ago, Ella-10 said:

Looking for a baby blanket (girl) pattern and also the type of yarn to use. Any help would be appreciated. Please not a complicated one just one that is simple to make. 

Most patterns will indicate the yarn that is used.  You can change to a similar type yarn.

https://www.lovecrafts.com/en-us/l/crochet/crochet-patterns/free-crochet-patterns/free-baby-blanket-crochet-patterns

https://daisyfarmcrafts.com/50-free-modern-crochet-baby-girl-blanket-patterns/

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https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/194675803/beginners-crochet-blanket-pattern-by-kjd
UK seller.  PDF pattern. $$
"The crochet pattern is for a car seat, crib or pram size baby crochet blanket 23" x 19"

A great first pattern for beginners as there is no counting or complicated stitch patterns, yet it still looks modern and professional! "
"**INCLUDES A FULL STITCH BY STITCH COLOUR PHOTO TUTORIAL** So you can see exactly where to place your hook, join your new colour and finish off your ends! Couldn't be easier! Check out photo 5 - Large photos for clear viewing. (photo tutorial can be viewed on your monitor if you do not want to print them off)
And if you still get stuck - just ask me - I am on hand to help :-)Written in USA English crochet terms. For UK English crochet terms download other listing "

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