Learn how to make this adorable southwestern-style crochet serape lovey, featuring a cute crochet coyote on top! This serape crochet lovey is a modern take on a classic baby toy. You can also find a full video tutorial in the Whistle and Ivy all access pass! The post also contains affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase. Thanks for your support!
I absolutely love southwestern style. I love cactus and succulents, Navajo blankets, sheepskin rugs and serapes. I have ideas for serape-inspired projects for later this fall, but I really wanted to make this crochet serape lovey this summer. I was brainstorming what animal to put on top, then Dallas had the brilliant idea to make a coyote, isn’t it adorable?
Since I love aqua and coral, I decided to make two: Sage is made with Peachie and Winslow is make with Pool.
The crochet serape blanket part of this lovey took a bit of trial and error with the colorwork but I adore how it turned out. I may have to take the idea and turn it into a full-sized throw or bag.
SERAPE CROCHET LOVEY – CROCHET PATTERN
Gauge: Not important. For the coyote, make sure your stitches are tight enough that the stuffing doesn’t show through.
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I hope you enjoyed make this cute crochet serape lovey! We gave both away to cousins and they were very much adored :)