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Crochet Baby Birdie Mobile

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This is the cutest baby mobile you will ever come across. It's an easy crochet pattern you will enjoy putting together for that new baby in your life. The colors will stimulate their minds.

Crochet Baby Mobile
This image courtesy of www.coatsandclark.com

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Crochet Hook: E/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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This turned out really cute. Thanks for the awesome pattern!

What a sweet project! I would go with bright colors,definately red and even some 2 color birds to match a robin or a goldfinch. If the birds actually work up as simply as the pattern suggests I would probably make up some extra birds so mom could change the look if she wanted to. Yea it is for the baby,but mom does have the final say and if she doesn't like it-nobody likes it!

I think this is a very adorable Non-Gender mobile that would be suitable for either a boy or a girl, and no, I would not go with strictly a green and yellow color if I didn't know the baby's gender. In fact, being a person who prefers realism, I would probably make the birds red, yellow, blue, and orange. I think the more color a baby experiences, besides the standard baby pastels, is an advantage, rather than a disadvantage, and he or she would be more likely to grow up to have creative tendencies.

I would so make this! I think it is really cute and would make a great gift as well.

I would make this, but with definite changes. First off, think about what the baby sees. All the baby is going to see is some colours floating around with dangly parts. Mobiles should be made to be seen from the baby's point of view, not the parent's. The second thing would be contrast. I love the colours you have used, and they'd be great for an older baby, but young babies need greater contrast between parts. Black and white being best very early on, but then brighter colours for 6 weeks - 6 month as their vision improves and they begin to see further. Just my honest opinion.

I would absolutely make this. It is adorable, and unique, and doesn't look terribly difficult. Friends always like receiving something handmade, and this mobile would be something wonderful for the baby, and a real gift from the heart (and hands).

I would make this is bright contrasting colors...even patterns

I would like to see this adorable mobile crocheted in bright colors. It would attract a baby's attention more than pastels, and still be gender-neutral for the expecting mother.

This is sooooo cute! I know someone who is expecting, so may do this for her. I would not use gender colors, but colors like birds - blue (bluebirds), red (cardinals), yellow (finches), etc.

Yes! I think this is so pretty for a new baby! You could also make this for someone having a baby, in the colors of their nursery! Great project, thanks.

unless doing gender colors, i would use bright colors to get the babies attention maybe a rainbow of colors

I too would use red, bright blue, yellow, bright green, any color that would attract a babies attention.

You asked what colors I would use....I would use red, white, and black because babies see these highly contrasting colors easier and it stimulates there minds more....maybe go with a "24 black birds backed in a pie" theme or something. Black bodies with white feet, beaks, and eyes...everything else red probably.

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