Crochet An Octopus For Preemies - Crochet 365 Knit Too. Oh my goodness I LOVE these guys!
An octopus for preemies! So cute and so fun! If you’ve read the news lately, you may have heard about how these little octopi are comforting premature babies in neo natal units. You can read a great article here. A few years ago in Denmark, a father asked for a crocheted octopus for his baby. Of course I couldn’t find an octopus pattern that was made just the way I like. To make this cutie, I used ‘I Love this Cotton’ worsted weight yarn by Hobby Lobby and 9 mm safety eyes. With worsted weight cotton yarn and a C hook, make a magic ring. R1: 6 sc into ring (6 st) R2: 2 sc in ea st around (12 st) R3: *sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, repeat from * around (18 st) R4: *sc in next 2 st, 2 sc in next st, repeat from * around (24 st) R5: *sc in next 3 st, 2 sc in next st, repeat from * around (30 st)
I look down and see LM playing with the zipper pull on my fleece. When that was over, she looked around for something else to stuff into her mouth. Teething, I get it. My life is one big slobber ball. Burp cloths dot the living room landscape like damp tumbleweeds. Bubbles and Goldfish Teether Crochet Pattern. If you voted to see the goldfish teether crochet pattern, friends, this is your day!
I swear, I feel like I’ve been working on this project for AGES, and I just keep procrastinating. But hey, sometimes, procrastination is a good thing. As with most of my projects, the inspiration for this came from a little necessity and from my kids. So, let’s just say that “Necessity and kids are the mothers of invention”. J watches tv, like all kids do, and as much as I hate to admit it, Netflix makes for a pretty decent babysitter.
Honestly, I don’t think he cared whether he had fish at the end of his line. I wanted to give Lion Brand Bonbons Yarn a try, so I grabbed a pack of their cotton variety, appropriately named “Beach” for my fish-capades. Seriously Daisies: Crochet Pattern: Rainbow Nesting Bowls (rewritten) I know this post looks familiar to some of you.
I promise I am not re-posting the same thing. I have my original pattern posted here: Rainbow Nesting Bowls. But I have gotten a lot of e-mails about the way I wrote out some of my increase rounds (rounds 4, 6, 8, 10 & 12). Celestine Crochet. Easy Crochet Owl Tutorial. Hello Lovelies, Wooo Hooo , or should that be To-Whit to Wooo Hooo :0) It's a Happy Happy tutorial day!
I simply LOVE these cute fellas and as you can see I've got rather carried away making them in lots of different colours.They are very easy to make and so jolly . I've seen a few similar cute crochet owls out there in blogland and on Etsy but they looked quite complicated to me. Stripey Owl Baby Rattle. Crochet_Amish_Puzzle_Ball_Pattern_Dedri_Uys. Amish Puzzle Ball Crochet Pattern pattern by Dedri Uys. This is a pattern for a crochet version of the traditional Amish Puzzle ball.
The resulting ball comes apart into 3 segments (or rings) that have to be re-assembled to form the ball. The ball is perfect for little hands and enquisitive minds! It will make the perfect gift for any new baby (or Mom!). It should only take you a few hours to make the ball. The steps are well illustrated and I frequently update the pattern with links and hints. Size Using the hook and yarn specified, the puzzle ball works up to 13 cm in diameter. But you can use a bigger or smaller hook and thicker or thinner yarn.
Gauge doesn’t matter, but if the yarn you use is too thin for the hook you use, you will end up with holes in your lids. Notes. Teddy rattle free pattern. Thank you so much for your interest in my little teddy rattle.
Here, at last, is the pattern. As usual, please do not sell this pattern. Do not post this pattern to any website, but link directly to my blog. No file sharing of this pattern. Please respect my rights as the designer of this pattern, so that I can keep on sharing my patterns for free. (A word on lining: I line the head with cotton fabric so as to be sure that none of the polyfill will come out.