This classic crochet baby trapper hat is warm and cozy for baby! It looks cute with large buttons, or crochet your own. Be sure to finish this cute hat with a big poofy pom-pom on top! This post contains affiliate links (for more info, click here) Thanks for your support!
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You guys know that I love making baby stuff right? I love baby shoes, but anything baby is fun to make, especially when you have a specific bundle of joy in mind. When my crocheter friend Lauren for Crochet Ole’ posted her adorable, easy (and FREE) pattern for crochet baby teethers I knew I had to try this pattern! They turned out so cute, and it’s a lovely way to easy baby’s teething pain.
This pattern is super easy and quick to work, and I love that you can wet them down and freeze them for extra relief for Baby. When we have our next baby, he/she is going to have a collection of these!
For my teether rings I used Knit Picks Shine, which is a cotton/beechwood blend. It’s SO soft, and because it’s cotton, it won’t fuzzy or pill like other fibers.
I have already made these rings for beautiful little niece, as well as for my second niece, who is coming this November (squeal!).
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With summer winding down here, I hesitated to post this pattern. I mean, Hobby Lobby already has Thanksgiving decorations up! Here in Vegas, however, we have a good 2 months of warm weather left, so I decided to post it. Plus, as summer fades away here, that means my friends in the southern hemisphere are gearing up for spring! Wherever you are, I hope you enjoy the crochet pattern for these Bitty Bow Baby Sandals.
These darling crochet baby gladiator sandals are perfect for summer for your little non-walker! They go perfectly with darling shorts or a sweet summer dress. Make them for a thoughtful baby shower gift or for your own bundle of joy. This post uses affiliate links. For more information, click HERE.
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I am pretty excited to share this pattern with you guys, today. I have been working on tons of girl stuff lately (even though I only have my baby boy). There are tons of adorable baby girl bootie patterns, but not so many cute boy’s patterns. I knew I needed to help change that! So these monk strap booties are for moms (and grandmas, aunties, sisters, and friends) of baby boys!
The Boy, in general, doesn’t care too much for TV. However, the one show he actually watches and pays attention to is Yo Gabba Gabba. If you haven’t heard of it, it’s a kids show that airs on Nickelodeon, but also streams on Amazon Instant Video ( It used to be on Netflix, but we noticed a few days ago that it no longer is). It’s a fun show, featuring rock and indie bands that sing cute kid’s songs, and gives little lessons about being healthy and kind. There is a lot of singing, I think that is why he loves it. Anyway, I decided to make him a hat that looks like one of the characters, Muno.
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I am so glad to be able to share this free baby boat booties crochet pattern with you today! I have actually been sitting on this pattern half written, for a while. I started it before our Mac charging port went nuts, and only recently had access to my half-written pattern so that I could finish it. But it’s done! And I love how these baby boat booties turned out.
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Hello everyone! Today I am sharing another crochet pattern, this Faux Ribbon Baby Hat. It’s so easy, definitely a beginner project (my very first crochet project was a hat!). I love making this little crochet hat for baby showers and other baby gifts, because it works up quick, it’s so cute, and it complete a set if you decide to make these mary jane booties as well.
This classic baby booties crochet pattern will become your favorite go-to crochet Mary Janes for baby! Worked in the round, this pattern works up fast and the pop of color makes them a fun project to make. They are perfect for your next baby shower!
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