I agree with others who write that gaugeBaby Stitch and Baby Yoda shirt (the density of your knitting as a function of the yarn and the needle size that you are using) will be as or more important than the stitch in determining the textural quality of the blanket. Also, some choices of yarn and technique, such as mild felting, will increase the density and impenetrability of the fabric. However, I’m not completely sure I agree with your requirements or the stated rationale to support them. The picture above is the baby blanket that I made for my youngest child. As I was taking a picture of it, he asked what I wanted it for, and when I told him I was writing an answer to say how babies love to put their fingers through the holes in a blanket and scrunch it he exclaimed “I remember that!” with a big smile. Then he added: “I even did it with my toes.
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I have often knit baby blankets containingBaby Stitch and Baby Yoda shirt lace panels, or in lace patterns. I rarely crochet, aside from baby blankets, where I do it expressly to create patterns that have holes in them. Even when knitting a solid pattern, for a baby blanket I always choose a gauge that will be loose. It is my experience that babies may become fascinated with the textural pattern of a blanket. Rather than little fingers poking through being something that is undesirable, it is a feature, as they poke fingers through to grip the blanket and scrunch it rhythmically for self-comfort, or gather it in close to them and secure it to themselves.