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Crochet toys make great gifts. They are usually pretty quick to make, and often only take one or two skeins of yarn. Plus, they are so lovable! So next time you need a baby show gift, hop on over to this round up and find a toy to make!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Monster Hug Lovie by Jessie At Home
“Sometimes we all need a hug! This little Monster Hug Lovie features an adorable little monster attached to a small octagonal blanket, and is perfect for little arms to hug and love.”
2) Baby Bumblebee Amigurumi by Donna Knox
“My little nephew LOVES this song! I thought it was so cute to think of him singing this song and that cuteness inspired me to make him a Baby Bumblebee!”
3) Baby Bunny Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Simply Collectible Crochet
“Super easy and quick this Baby Bunny Amigurumi crochet pattern will bring a taste of spring to any season.”
4) You Are My Sunshine Lovey by Cre8tion Crochet
“This adorable sun and rainbow lovey is the perfect lovey for any boy or girl in your life. The lovely Red Heart rainbow colors are bright and cheerful.”
5) Seahorse Teether by Stitches ‘n’ Scraps
“This sweet seahorse teether is a cuddly new friend for your baby, with a teething ring wrapped up in its tail.”
6) Crocheted Boxy Fox by 5 Little Monsters
“I have been wanting to make some sort of little stuffed animal or amigurumi type doll for a while and finally decided to do it.”
7) Chihuahua Rag Dolls Crochet Pattern by Posh Pooch Designs
I received a Special Request To Design a “Chihuahua Lappenpop” or Rag Dog Crochet Pattern.
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Here are some of the yarns used in these patterns!
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