Crochet Toys - Cute Crochet Bunny

crochet-free crochet toy patterns-free crochet patterns-crochet bunny rabbit Just popping in today to post this photo of a finished crochet Bunny. I am having so much fun just now crocheting toys for the kids.  one of the best things about hand crocheting these little critters is the love the kids show for them, I made a teddy bear at Christmas time, and my little neice who is 4 picked him up from the Xmas Tree and it is now joined to her, where ever she goes "ted" goes too. I am amazed at what this little crocheted toy has been through, it is nearly sucked to death, put through the washing machine time and time again, and its as floppy as a marshmallow, yet you cannot get that Ted away from her. I burst with an overwhelming sense of sheer love and satisfaction that in todays technology filled world we can create these loved toys.
Unfortunately that means the kids put in their orders of what they would like so I am always looking for some gorgeous free crochet toy patterns.

I think you will agree how beautiful and cute this little kawaii amigurumi crochet bunny Rabbit is that I just finished.

The Pattern is really easy to follow and gives good clear instructions on how to add in the eyes and nose. I actually feel that confident I could crochet another bunny without looking at the pattern. 

I stuffed this one with Super soft toy filling, and used buttons to finish and an easy to crochet flower.
You can find the Free crochet pattern for the crochet bunny toy HERE 






Baby Bear Cardigan An Easy Baby Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern (Newborn -3 months)

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Baby Bear Crochet Cardigan Pattern
I must admit this is one of the cutest crochet cardigans for a baby boy I have made.  And the Pattern is so easy to adjust to get a different look for your baby sweater jacket.

 I like the button being offset at the front, this is because some baby cardigans can become wet under the chin from dribbling, this smoother edge ensures this area is nice and soft for baby's chin and no buttons rubbing. 

Cardigan is worked from the neck down, from the yoke in one piece.

I used 1 x Ball of 100g Cygnet Aran used for this project.
USING A 4.00mm hook I achieved a  finished chest size of 17inches around. (0-3 months)

Alternative hooks and yarn ideas I have used to make this pattern

I have also made this using (Red Heart Cream Aran ) with a 3.5mm hook, finished Chest size is 17 inches around  (Newborn)
A 4.00mm hook and James C brett Double Knit Gave me Chest size is 17 inches around  (Newborn)



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Easy Crochet Flower Patterns (2 Free Crochet Flower Patterns)

The best easiest crochet flower pattern suitable for all types of projects. Crochet Flowers are beautiful accent and add the finishing touches to your crochet hats, scarves or bags, or indeed anything you wish to add a little pizazz too. And since it can be easily changed due to the large circle left as a button hole, you can make as many different colors as you want.
This is really sweet double flower, and you can use different colors for each petal, or alternate between 2 colors.

Note: Petal rounds are worked from front of flower to back.
Start: With one color, ch 5. Sl st into first ch to form a ring.
Rnd 1: * Ch 7, sl st into the ring; rep from * 6 times. (6 petals started)
Rnd 2: * (sc, hdc, dc, 5 tr, dc, hdc, sc) in next ch-sp*; rep from * alternating colors for each petal. (You will have three petals per color.)
Rnd 3: Sl st into the center ring inside of the first petal, * ch 9, sl st into center ring inside of next petal.* (6 petals started for second row)
Rnd 4: * (sc, hdc, dc, 7 tr, dc, hdc, sc) in next ch-sp*; rep from * alternating between colors for each petal. Fasten off.
Weave in all ends.





Flower
Ch 8, join with sl st to form a ring.
Rnd 1: Ch 1, working in ring, 1 sc, 1 hdc, 4 dc, 1 hdc, 2 sc, 1 hdc, 4 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc, sl st on the 1st sc. (16 sts)
Rnd 2: Ch 1, sc in same st, (Ch 3, skip one st, sc on next st) repeat around, join. (8 ch-3 loops)
Rnd 3: [(Sc, hdc, 3 dc, hdc, sc) in ch-3 loop, sl st in sc] repeat around, join. (8 petals)
Rnd 4: Ch 1, still facing front, work the next stitches at the back of rnd 3 petals, (sc on the next available st from rnd 1, ch 5) repeat around, join. (8 ch-5 loops)
Rnd 5: (Sc, hdc, 5 dc, hdc, sc) in each ch-5 loop around, join. (8 petals)
Rnd 6: Ch 5, still facing front, work the next stitches at the back of rnd 5 petals, (skip one st, sc on the same st as the ch-3 loop from rnd 2, ch 5) repeat around, join. (8 ch-5 loops)
Rnd 7: Repeat rnd 5.
Fasten off and weave in ends.



now to add a little twist to this flower, choosing a contrasting color,
join and work picot stitch around the outside of the leaves
{1sc, chain1} around each stitch of each petal.

Free Crochet Pattern Beautiful Vintage Swing Baby Cardigan (0-3 months)

Free Crochet Patterns: Vintage Style Baby Cardigan and Matching Hat (Crochet Baby Set)
As you know I love experimenting with crochet patterns and I was really pleased how this little baby cardigan and hat turned out. I chose purple to fit in with the slightly vintage feel I wanted but of course, you can pick any color you like. I crocheted this up in about 2 hours using gorgeous soft double knit yarn. 
The cardigan itself is worked up in one piece and looks and feels fabulous even if I say so myself.
Free Crochet Patterns-crochet baby layette patterns-baby sweater patterns- Baby Cardigan and Matching HatThis baby cardigan pattern is one you can follow along at home. The cardigan is designed to be fairly heavy the better to keep baby warm and cosy when out in the pram. The flared sleeves are really pretty but, because they are short, it will work best worn over a long sleeved top of some kind. My friend had asked for shorter length arms. So she could put the baby jacket over babies all in one baby grow.
 But You can lengthen the arms  and the