I am absolutely in love with how cute First Words with Cute Crochet Friends by Lauren Espy is, and my daughter absolutely loves it! Not only does it help to teach my daughter new words to increase her vocabulary, but it does so in a way that encourages her love for crafts and yarn!
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The Sleepy Collection by KayteDid’s is a great pattern for anyone that loves to make soft stuffies for kids. Whether you are gifting them or selling them, this pattern provides four different animal patterns that are perfect to make for gifts or markets in just a few hours. With the purchase of just this one pattern, you will have directions to make a unicorn, a bear, a dinosaur, or a cow. The pattern modifications to create each animal and to customize your project are really easy to follow, and give you endless possibilities for new toys to make.
I absolutely love everything about this Flexagon Amigurumi – it works up really quickly, it uses very few materials, and it makes a wonderful gift for kids and adults! As a math teacher, I also really love that it features little pyramids, because it makes for a great lesson in my classroom and a fun reward for my students!
If you are looking for the perfect baby shower gift for a woodland themed nursery, this baby fox is too cute not to make! The pattern was so easy to follow with helpful photos and notes along the way, and he has the cutest little tail!
Adorable little baby hat perfect for newborn photos. The pattern is written so well, and the hat works up quickly.
Four free crochet patterns for baby gifts curated by Double Knotted Crochet. Hello again! It’s Shawna of Double Knotted Crochet. Summer is finally here and thank goodness it is! We love summer in our house as almost all family birthdays happen between June and September. I’ve noticed it’s a busy time for many crocheters who… Read more
This is a hoop art DIY that I combined some Wildflower fabric and a crocheted letter to create a sweet gift to be hung in a babies nursery. When 3amGraceDesigns released their crocheted alphabet cuddlers, I immediately envisioned this wall hanging. One of our cousins was expecting a sweet little girl, Ava, and I wanted… Read more
This post has been sitting in my inbox since January 1st, of 2016. Sad that the only thing I needed was to add shop links, and a photo, but I’ll tell you what held me back the whole time… Weaving in the ends! Three years later, and I still hadn’t weaved them in. Holy cow…. Read more
I only just started working again, and since I’ve been low on funds, I’ve decided to finish items in my WIPs bin, and pull out patterns I’ve purchased in the past and use up stash yarn. Last year, Charmed by Ewe had an eBook special on Ravelry that I purchased, and that’s where I found… Read more
I have had the photos for this pattern done and waiting for this post for a couple weeks now, as the finished product has already been added to my EyeLoveKnots Etsy shop. I have been slacking in getting the actual post put up though…::sighs::…Sorry! Enjoy. This gorgeous little blanket is a great gift to give… Read more