Tiny Funeral Blanket

A dear friend’s first grand baby died in the womb this week at 23 weeks..so sad.   I have an extra funeral blanket in my closet, but a preemie is way, way too small for a full size baby blanket. This baby is only about 1.5lbs and would fit in the palm of a hand!

So I took out my string yarn and started crocheting last night .  It took just a few hours to make this delicate  blanket for the baby.  It measures about 6″x8″.

I used a pattern map that you can find here if you want the stitch.  It is free. I added the scalloped border. 5dc in one st, sk 2st, sc, sk2, 5dc.  Repeat.  


I hope this SWEET little blanket will bring them comfort.  I know it brings me a bit.

16 thoughts on “Tiny Funeral Blanket

  1. I’ve been editing a book about families who have lost a child and how they copy with it. They are amazing stories, and it sounds as if this family fits right in there. That is a beautiful blanket

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  2. My sister had a stillborn and it was hard to watch her go through the grieving process. What a sweet and loving gesture to provide something so beautiful.

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  3. How precious! I’ve learned that even the smallest gesture of caring is so appreciated at times of grief. Even if the blanket was too small, it would be a beautiful lovey – something handmade to tuck in with the precious one. I love this idea and will put it to use!

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  4. This is a beautiful blanket for such a little treasure. My heart goes out to your friend and the parents of the baby. I plan to start making blankets for the charities: ProjectLinusUK and Battersea Dogs and Cats Home because some gifts are have to be given.

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