Free Crochet Pattern

Leon Baby Rattle Free Crochet Pattern

Lions are quite dangerous animals in real life, but this cutie will definitely not hurt your baby in any way, because it is very cuddly, happy and perfect to keep your kiddo company. So sweet!
The full article about the free pattern and the photos is here. More info on ravelry is here.

Fish Rattles Free Crochet Pattern

Do you feel like adding a real splash of color to the fish rattle crochet project to make it even more exciting? Try violet – the shade of imagination and dreams! Add a bit of cloudy light blue, energetic red, bright yellow and calming green to make the perfect mix. Get color-inspired here!
sweet baby rattles

Fish Rattles Free Crochet Pattern

Are you are a crocheting mom of a little Finding Nemo fan? Or maybe just looking for an original gift idea for a special kid in your life? There are plenty of fish in the sea, but a free pattern as exciting and fun to do as this one is a real catch.

Bunny Rattle Free Crochet Pattern

Bunnies are one of the most classic children toys and this sweet rattle will keep your baby happy and sleepy. Moreover, this little cutie is really simple and easy to do, that’s why it’s perfect for a quick project.
The full article about the free pattern and the photos is here. More info on ravelry is here.

Baby rattle The Lamb Zin Free Crochet Pattern

I remember very well, that I’ve counted lambs that were jumping over the fence before I went to sleep (at least that what my parents told me to do when I couldn’t sleep). These sweet little lambs will definitely keep your baby company!
The full article and the free pattern is on ravelry here.

Aran Baby Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Yarnplaza

The more colors the better! First of all, childhood is such a happy time, the clothes should be equally happy and colorful! This sweet little cardigan has two little pompons. They give the pattern even more cuteness!

PHOTOS by Yarnplaza / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on yarnplaza.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.