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.
Click below link for free pattern…
Celeste the Unicorn Lovey Click here for the crochet pattern
Your little one will stay warm under this creative Dinosaur Lovey Blanket. Because it's a lovey, it also doubles as a cute baby toy! Keep it in the crib for your baby boy as a crochet baby blanket and as a fun dinosaur to keep him company. There's no better way to work up crochet patterns for baby than making something that is two things in one. Dinosaurs are always a favorite animal for kids, which makes this crochet lovey a fun alternative to a regular crochet baby blanket pattern.
A lovely unisex baby blanket pattern with a lot of texture! Using the front and back post double crochet stitches as well as the faux knit stitch for the border. Video stitch tutorial included on the website to help with the stitches. Made with the Lion Brand Mandala yarn which is a lovely gradient self-striping yarn. Could be made with any size yarn and is easily customizable to any size blanket. A nice and easy repetitive stitch pattern.