This is a "taggie" blanket. I used a pattern from THIS book, Simple Sewing for Baby by Lotta Jansdotter. This book is what got me started sewing! It has so many cute and easy projects for babies and toddlers.
You really don't need the pattern or instructions from the book to make this though. You just cut out two squares that are the same size, and varying lengths of ribbon. You just pin together the two squares with the right sides together, fold the strips of ribbon in half, and pin them between the two fabrics. Sew around the edges of the square, leaving a 1.5" gap unsewn. Turn the blanket right side out by pulling it through the gap, then topstitch close to the edge around the whole blanket, which will sew the gap shut! Both of the fabrics I used for this one were flannel.
The pattern for the fleece hat below is in the same book. I also made these onesies. The one with the tie and the car were done by applique-ing the fabric onto the onesies by zig-zag stitching around the design. The moose on the last onesie is an iron on transfer.
Here are some things I made for my friend Kristina's baby. The fleece hat is from the same book.
I love this yellow onesie. I made it by stitching part of a crochet doily around the neck.