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.
These Tooth Fairy Pillows are the best way for a "tooth fairy" to leave behind money. The tooth on the front of the pillow is actually a pocket, so the little ones leave their tooth inside and then you can easily grab the tooth, place money inside the pocket, and not have to worry about waking up the kiddos because you're not reaching under their pillow. They are really quick and easy to make, a great project for a confident beginner skill level.
This crochet pattern is for a Tooth Fairy Bag. The little tooth shaped bag is decorated with a face, tutu and fairy wings. It makes a lovely little gift for children loosing their milk teeth. The tooth fairy bag measures 10cm wide x 14cm high (including handle). Yarn DK (weight 3) yarn. I used 15g (42m - 46yd) of King Cole Pricewise DK in the following colours: A - white B - pink C - blue D - silver E - Black Supplies you will need - Crochet hook 3.5mm (E-4) - Tapestry needle - DK yarn (weight 3) - Scissors This pattern is easy skill level. The pattern is written in USA terminology. You will need to know basic crochet stitches. There is minimal sewing involved. To expand, you will only need to sew on the wings. You will also need basic tapestry skills for the face.
These gorgeous crochet fairy blossom baby booties scream spring for being so delightful in colors and floral patterns. The green and pink combination of the yarn and the flower on the top highlights these lovely booties. These cute little booties are going to make the perfect gifts for the little girls around. Check out the details here!hopefulhoney
The Worry Pet is a crochet therapy toy. It's a fluffy, stuffed ball of joy and calmness! The Worry Pet is perfect as a fidget toy for kids with autism or sensory and anxiety needs. Children can carry this soft, pocket-sized pet around and keep them close by to hold or rub when they experience worries or emotional regulation difficulties. The poly-pellets in this pet help it have a weighted feel, and gives some comforting sensory input when rubbing between fingers. The tactile sensation make it an especially helpful coping tool to help students who struggle with social-emotional coping skills.
"It is a funny thing how fast time flies. I had this toddler dress crocheted, pattern tested and ready to go a year ago. But I kept putting different patterns out before it until it was winter and a little too cold for this dress. So this cute little dress hung in my craft room until this fall where I had to remake it because little girls grow fast! For this dress, you will need to know how to chain, double crochet, and increase. The ruffle sleeves require that you know how to make a magic circle but I have a simplified method you can learn easily."