These Crochet Monster Baby bibs are perfect for your baby not only during the month of October, but all year round. The bibs would be a cute gift for a baby shower, especially if the parents are waiting to know the sex of the baby.
These bibs can be customized with colors, teeth number, and googly eye position. Any combination will look adorable as your own little monster is munching away.
I love colorful things for spring and Easter. These bibs are made from cotton so they are absorbent, but they could be made from acrylic yarn too. Happy spring time! Materials Yarn: 200 yards Worsted Weight Yarn. Samples were created with Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie yarn. Crochet Hooks: H (5mm) Miscellaneous: Yarn needle for weaving in ends, 2 - 1/2” snaps, sewing needle, matching thread Details Finished Measurements: 6” from neck to bottom edge, 9” across widest part, 6” straps
"Looking for a gender neutral baby blanket to gift to expecting parents? Look no further. This crochet pattern for a gingham baby blanket will be the perfect gift for any parents who are keeping their baby's gender hush-hush. You will need to know how to chain, single crochet, and slip stitch. This baby blanket with my tension ended up approximately 37 inches x 33 inches. My swatch of 10 stitches x 10 rows is approximately 2.5 inches x 2.5 inches. My baby blanket is 15 blocks wide and 13 blocks tall (block = 10 st x 10 rows), you can alter this as you see fit to make a larger or smaller blanket. I prefer to end each row and column on an odd number so that all corners end in white, for example. All pictures and patterns are copyright of The Loophole Fox unless otherwise noted. Please do not repost or claim my content as your own. Please do not copy, redistribute or sell my pattern in any way. You're more than welcome to sell your finished products off of my patterns but please link my pattern/credit me so that others can find me. Thank you!"
These Tooth Fairy Pouches are great for kids that are starting to lose teeth and need a safe place to keep them until the Tooth Fairy visits! They can also help bring comfort to an experience that can also be scary for kids (like getting teeth pulled at the dentist). On the back of the Tooth Fairy Pouch, you'll find a perfectly sized little pocket where the teeth can be safely kept. The pocket is also large enough to put a small treat, some coins, or a folded bill, depending on what the Tooth Fairy's going rate in your home is (*wink). Check out the free pattern and more free patterns at loopsandlovecrochet.com.
If you are making a cue little monster dress for your little boys or girls for Halloween, then these crochet little monster booties are a perfect pair. Though the baby booties’ name is monster, they still have turned out to be catchy and cute, and your little ones would love it. Check out the pattern details here!
- Designed by Souma Crochet
If you know any expecting parents, these booties will make the perfect baby shower gift for them, therefore waste no time and grab your crocheting tools! Ask the parents for their favorite color combination and make them a sweet gift!