Dive into a world of imagination and craftsmanship with these delightful crochet toy patterns. From cuddly animals to whimsical creatures, these patterns will not only brighten your day but also refine your crochet skills.
Good morning, my friends!
So, as some of you may not know, I am an infant teacher at a preschool here in Dallas. I love babies and all things babies, and I am always looking for new things to stimulate my kids’ learning and growth, whether it be books and toys or everything in between.
Unbeknownst to me, there are hundreds of crochet toys and books out there that will get infants experienced with different textures and colors, and they’re all baby-safe!
The yarns have been screened specifically for different irritants to make the yarn as sensitive and safe as it can be for our little ones.
Hooked on Toys: 21 Adorable Crochet Toy Patterns to Make Today!
In my hunt for different baby toys, I found these twenty-one various baby and kids items that I absolutely love and would make for my kids in a heartbeat.
I’ve included everything from a full-blown bee house complete with little bees to the simplest rectangle bunny.
Of course, these aren’t just for babies. I’ve also included toys for older children and ones that will work for any age.
Without further ado, here are twenty-one infant and children’s crochet toy patterns you can whip up:
Crochet Toy Patterns
Unleash your creativity and dive into the whimsical world of crochet toy patterns. Whether you're crafting for a loved one or simply indulging in a nostalgic pastime, these playful designs promise endless hours of fun and fulfillment.
This activity cube is perfect for keeping a kiddo busy on a long car or airplane ride.
It’s a 3D square with a different animal and its habitat on each side, and the animals come out so the kids can play with them. It’s a complex project but will surely be a blast and a great way to pass the time for your kids.
This color and number sorting basket set makes a great indoor activity for your infant or toddler.
The pattern includes baskets with numbers 1-7 in them and color-coordinated balls. Just put the balls in the basket that corresponds with the color of the ball, and you have a great way to build the foundation of counting for your little one.
Also, the patterns for the baskets and balls are super easy. You can find the pattern for purchase on Etsy.
Here’s another activity cube that’s a bit more focused on colors, numbers, and sensory activities.
It has various colorful rings, a zipper pouch with little balls, apples, and pears, and a teething ring. This would make an excellent activity cube for an infant as a way to introduce sensory activities.
Hannah is the eldest of the Bonner family’s three kiddos. She graduated from the University of North Texas with her Bachelors in Elementary Education. She enjoys reading, yoga, movies & TV, and (obviously) crocheting. She is excited about furthering her writing career & spending her days surrounded by yarn. All the yarn.