Hello friends and welcome to another day of the One Skein Makes blog hop! I'm so excited to be sharing my pattern for this event with you all today! For those of you that haven’t met me before, I'm Shehla and I love making colorful and fun things like toys and baby blankets. With all the toys I make, I tend to have a lot of scraps of bright colors leftover from other projects. So today, I'm using some white yarn and all of my colorful scraps to make a unicorn lovey that works with whatever you have laying around. So let's get on to the free crochet lovey pattern!
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With this Teddy Bear Lovey Blanket Free Crochet Pattern, you can crochet a beautiful bear lovey which is going to be loved by your little one. The lovey is both soft toy and a blanket, two in one really, toy to play with and a comforter to sleep with. It can be made a boy bear with the bow placed at his neck like a bowtie but could easily be made a girl bear by placing the bow next to her ear as a hair bow. It is a lot of fun to make as it works up rather quickly. You could easily make this lovey in a weekend. Thanks below designers for sharing this free crocheting pattern. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
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Bouncing into spring and ready to be your next go-to baby pattern, meet this adorable Bunny Crochet Lovey Blanket. I've wanted to put a basic crochet lovey blanket pattern on the blog forever. At first glance, this guy is a cute bunny lovey just perfect for Easter. But this pattern is REALLY a gateway to creativity. It's meant to be a springboard for all your crochet lovey creations! Simply swap out colors, change ears and embroidered features and the lovey is easily transformed into a completely different design. Go one step further with your crochet lovey blanket and try out a different blanket style. The possibilities are endless!
I am so excited to share that my Unicorn Character Afghan is finally done! I had so much fun with the entire process; from designing the pixel graphs to crocheting and watching each graph look more and more like each unicorn character. My free pattern includes a pixel graph and a written pattern for each of the four unicorn characters: llamacorn, unicorn, caticorn and puppycorn. I used worsted weight yarn (Red Heart Super Saver) and an H/5mm size crochet hook.