Princess Charlotte is less than a week old, but it looks as though the royal baby is already a trendsetter. When Kate and Will stepped out of the hospital to offer the public a glimpse of the newborn, little Charlotte was swaddled in a white scalloped shawl made by family-owned company G.H Hurt & Son. Fun fact: it was the very same blanket Prince George was wrapped in. Not-so surprisingly, when folks figured out where it was from it immediately sold out.

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While you could add your name to the waitlist, you could also opt to simply take some inspiration from Charlotte鈥檚 blanket (which retails for about $103) and instead make a custom creation for your newborn. If you鈥檙e up for the latter option, here are 8 baby blankets that will help your little one enter the world in style.

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1. Crochet Edged Blanket: If you鈥檙e looking for a super simple option, this one might be just right. Pick any flannel fabric you like and add a handmade touch with this easy-to-learn crocheted edge. (via Purl Bee)

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2. Chunky Baby Blanket: Not so great at crocheting? Try knitting instead. This super cozy pick will definitely keep your baby nice and warm, and the bulky yarn will also help to make this a relatively quick project. (via The Merry Thought)

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3. Scalloped Baby Blanket: If you鈥檙e looking to copy the delicate, scalloped style of Princess Charlotte鈥檚 shawl, try this crocheted beauty. The pattern is definitely going to be tricky for a beginner, but hey, you have nine months to practice, right? (via Big A Little A)

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4. Jersey Receiving Blanket: Forget the needles and grab the sewing machine to create this easily customizable option. (via Make It Love It)

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5. Easy Color Blocked Blanket: Never crocheted in your life? For a super easy starter project, give this color blocked piece a try. (via Purl Bee)

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6. Triangle Quilt: Of course, this colorful option is totally adorable, but the best part about it is that you can finish it in an hour 鈥 no, really. (via See Kate Sew)

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7. Granny Square Blanket: Let鈥檚 get a little more color up in this business! While this one is definitely super stunning, we鈥檙e not going to lie to you 鈥 it鈥檚 going to take a while. But just think of all those hours as quality bonding time between you and your little one. (via Sarita Creative)

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8. Chevron Blanket: Because who doesn鈥檛 like a little bit of chevron? (via Ravelry)

Did you make your own baby blanket? Share a picture with us in the comments below.