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!
Since the Boy has just loved his Transportation Magnets, I decided to make him another set. He loves the TV show Yo Gabba Gabba(I have posted about it earlier), so I made him a magnet of each character from the show.
I took the liberty of posting my patterns. Keep in mind, these are hand-drawn so they aren’t perfect (observe Foofa’s ginormous swollen right leg and skinny left leg, oops!)
What you need:
1 Tomato Red Felt
1 White Felt
1 Yellow Felt
1 Gray Felt
1 Blue Felt
1 Baby Blue Felt
1 Pink Felt
1 Baby Pink Felt
1 Black Felt
1 Light Green Felt
1 Dark Green Felt
Corresponding Embroidery Thread (You don’t necessarily need each color)
To print this template, click here: Yo Gabba Gabba Characters
Honestly, you could probably just hot glue these together if you are aversive to hand-sewing (it’s not difficult, but can be a bit time-consuming).
Happy sewing :)
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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!
These darling crochet baby boat shoes look just like boat shoes or Sperry’s! Mama will love the trendy style and how soft and comfy they are for Baby. This post uses affiliate links, which means I earn a small commission from your purchase (click here for more info). Thanks for supporting Whistle and Ivy!