This activity blanket will keep your children entertained for hours. An appliqué shark with a removable orange fish, a yellow fish hidden behind seaweed that can be folded down to reveal the fish entirely, and a clam that opens to reveal a pearl are all featured on activity blankets (pearl is not removable).
The blanket includes a separate boat, sea turtle, starfish, and jellyfish, all of which are soft and ready for play. Drawstrings on the blanket allow you to close it and wrap it up for easy transport. All plush toys fit easily inside the blanket.
Juniper the Jellyfish is a fun amigurumi project that your little one is sure to love! You can make this jellyfish to comfort a preemie, NICU baby, or newborn infant, as the coils remind babies of the umbilical cord, which can help calm them. This jellyfish can also serve as a fun play toy for children, as decor in a kids room, or as part of a mobile in a sea-themed nursery! This handmade gift is perfect for birthdays, baby showers, craft fairs, and more! Easily customize your jellyfish by using different colors and adding embellishments!
Next, fantastic sea turtles definitely need a playful playmate. So, here is a turtle poking his head out from underneath the water looking to play with you.
The original pattern is available on Ravelry:
Meet Honu the Sea Turtle! Measuring about 6.5 inches long from head to tail, this cute little turtle is a great size for cuddling and playing with, but is not too big to sit on a shelf as a decoration as well. There are also so many possibilities with shell colors that you could make a whole family of turtles, each one looking unique! This sea turtle is worked up in pieces and then sewn together at the end. This pattern is beginner friendly with detailed, step-by-step photos to help you along the way, but it also fun for more experienced crocheters as well. Check out this pattern and the rest of my ocean theme amigurumi on my blog!
Finally, just to round out the menagerie of fantastic sea turtles, here is one made out of plush yarn. To summarize, it's soft, cuddly and oh, so cute!
Sharks are pretty scary in real life and we definitely should avoid them, but it's not at all the case in this one. Bernard is a sweet, little, fluffy shark, that's gonna keep your kiddo company at all times. In other words, they might just become best friends!