This darling little crochet sea turtle will delight all children with his adorable hexagon sheep and tiny little flippers. Make him in 2 or 3 colors and he will be your child’s new favorite toy. This sea turtle crochet pattern is adapted from a pattern originally found at joann.com and is posted with permission here. This post also includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at at now extra cost to you. Thanks for your cooperation!Click for more
These blocks make a sweet toy for baby. Light enough to be stacked or thrown, these soft playthings are safe for little ones and add charm to any nursery. Place a jingle bell or sound maker in the interior for a playful noisemaker!
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Happy December everyone! Though we are still waiting for snow here in Northern Utah, it’s been very chilly! It’s been chilly enough for me to start working on some warm and cozy patterns and projects. Since The Boy is growing like a weed, he needed a new winter hat. I decided to make him this Toddler Crochet Trapper Hat, big-boy version of the adorable Baby Button Trapper Hat. It’s just as adorable on him as it is on an infant, so this pattern is definitely a win.
My sister gifted me a popsicle set a few years ago, and I have dabbled with it a few times, but since the Boy has really started loving frozen treats, I realized I need to really start making them. It has been so fun! It’s nearly impossible to make popsicles that aren’t tasty; just add your favorite fruit (and maybe some vegetables!) and some yogurt into the blender and puree it.
Hello everyone! You know that I love designing baby stuff, but I am trying really hard to branch out (although I have THREE cute baby shoe patterns coming out soon, stay tuned!). The Boy loves Yo Gabba Gabba, so I thought I would try this simple guy as my first amigurumi pattern. Thankfully, this pattern was pretty simple to design and pretty easy to work up. Do you have a Yo Gabba Gabba fan in your house? It has catchy songs, fun, whimsical characters and actual scenes that a toddler can relate to (interestingly enough). This is Muno (“He’s tall and happy”). He is courteous of others, loves eating noodles, is near-sited [although he gets glasses (or a glass?) AND a contact lens all in one episode] and lives in a pink and purple desert. He is The Boy’s favorite character, so I knew he would love him.