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Scrapbuster Crochet Juggling Balls

Kids and Babies

Scrapbuster Crochet Juggling Balls

Treat the kids to these fun toys while using up your scraps. It is a win-win! These make a great stocking stuffer and are a breeze to stitch up.

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Elephant Finger Puppet

Kids and Babies

Elephant Finger Puppet

Crochet a herd of elephant finger puppets, and keep your little ones occupied for hours. Makes a great stocking stuffer for your elephant lover or zoo lover. Very versatile pattern. Make a few this evening for some jungle fun. Skill level: Easy Finished item measures approximately 4 " tall. Materials you will need: 3/4 oz. worsted weight yarn Size G crochet hook (size I for adult male, size E for children) Yarn needle Small amount of fiberfil 2 googly eyes

Lovey Babies Crochet Toys

Kids and Babies

"These easy and quick stuffed toys are soft and squishy - great for hugging. They make wonderful emotional support dolls for anyone who needs a little extra comfort, a cuddle or a hug. This pattern includes three sizes of lovey babies. Make one or make them all! Instructions are written for size small with any modifications for medium and large written in parentheses: small (medium, large). Click the link below to view the free crocheting pattern and video tutorial. I can't wait to see your creations! -Kristin Omdahl"

Lovey Babies Crochet Toys

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Rylan Big Kids Crochet Sweater

Kids and Babies

It's time to make your grey sweaters look quite chic and fun for your kids so that they love wearing them. Here is this Ryland big kids crochet sweater to get your hands on. The pretty sweater has a button line with orange buttons and cute bobbles all over the sweater bottom to look just so interesting and cute. Details here!

Rylan Big Kids Crochet Sweater

Crochet Tooth Fairy Pouch

Kids and Babies

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.

Crochet Tooth Fairy Pouch

Kids Ribbed Hat

Kids and Babies

Kids Ribbed Hat

For this free crochet pattern i used blohdc stitch, if you are a beginner you are probably wondering what the heck is a blohdc? Well it stands for back loop only half double crochet, so all those hdc’s you have been practicing will come in handy for this pattern. To explain the back loop only bit better is if you do a crochet stitch like a hdc or a dc then you face the top of the stitch like looking bird’s eye view,on top of the stitch you will see two loops a front one which is closest to you and a back one and when you go to work a stitch on top of the stitch you made you will go under the back loop of it which is the one furthest away and it's really that easy!