Baby Crochet

One of the many wonderful things about crocheting is that you can find amazing patterns in all sorts of shapes and sizes! Crocheting for babies is fun for you, and appreciated by those who enjoy the finished product—smiles are guaranteed!


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  • Are you looking for the perfect crochet baby afghan? I have several friends with little ones arriving the first of next year. As I am looking through crochet blanket pattern options, I am asking myself "What are the important things to look for when
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  • The building blocks of crochet, motifs perfectly combine structure and lace, and are the perfect components for sweaters, scarves, shawls, and more. Crochet motifs can also be the perfect technique for crocheting squares, hexagons, circles, and more.
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  • Like many states in the United States, we are just coming out of a late winter snow storm. Ice and slush coat the roads, and I want to huddle up next to the fire with a warm afghan (crocheted of course) and my next crochet project—a cotton crochet
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  • Who can resist making tiny purple baby hats? Berry Baby Hat by Chloe Nightingale Recently a friend sent me a link to Click for Babies, an organization that strives to bring attention to normal infant crying, baby abuse, and shaken baby syndrome. As part
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  • Kathryn Vercillo, aka the Crochetblogger, recently put together a list on her blog, Crochet Concupiscence , of the 10 most popular crochet patterns to buy online plus 16 more people love. I have to say my fellow crocheters have very good taste. The assembled
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  • A few days ago, I posted a comment on Facebook about how many babies I needed to crochet gifts for this summer. Well I have yet to make any progress. Berry Baby Hat by Chloe Nightingale Goldilocks' Hat by Marty Miller Many of you also commented that
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  • Spring is an ideal time to whip up a few crochet projects for the babies in your life. I have a new niece and several friends with little ones on the way, so as I sat down to decide what new crochet patterns to add to this fabulous free eBook, I kept
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  • Today is the first day of March, and you know what that means. We are beginning National Crochet Month! And what better way to celebrate than with a community crochet-along. I wanted to choose a project that everyone could make, so I narrowed it down
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  • These little finger puppets are BFFs (best friends forever)! The cute little finger puppets were pointed out to me a few days ago, and I know several little girls who would love creating adventures for each of these tiny puppets. The little blue puppet
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  • I love baby crochet patterns for several reasons: Their small sizes make them a great way to try a new technique or construction method, I seem to always be in need of a baby gift, and crocheted baby patterns are quick projects. Plus they are just so cute.
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  • Amigurumi is a Japanese art form that translates to crocheted or knitted stuffed doll. We just call them fun. The amigurumi world is filled with creatures of all shapes and sizes. Once you make an amigurumi, you might just get hooked. Here we give you
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  • Baby crochet patterns are very satisfying! For one thing, they're small, so you can exercise your crochet creativity pretty fast. Moms always appreciate crochet for babies—they know that it arrives with extra love. And if your crochet baby sweater
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