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Crochet Toy Jump Rope



Many moms are constantly looking for easy crochet patterns to work up for their kids. Well now they can whip up this Crochet Toy Jump Rope in no time. Single crochet stitches are used to make this fun toy. Keep in mind because yarn weighs next to nothing, the kids can't actually jump rope with this, but they can certainly have with it.

Crochet Toy Jump Rope
Crochet Toy Jump Rope
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Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook, P/16 or 16 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)


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Feb 3, 2013

Would be a cute accent for dolls.


Jan 19, 2013

What about using paracord or nylon string/lightweight rope?


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Jan 18, 2013

Cute, but pretty useless.


Jan 17, 2013

You could use heavy duty plarn and that would be fun with recycling. It would work better for jumping with. I would not add beads because if you accidently hit yourself with the rope it might break some skin and hurt, definitely would leave bruises. The nylon probably would work good as regnarwife suggested.


Jan 17, 2013

I wonder if nylon crochet thread would help?


Jan 17, 2013

The only jump ropes that work the best have some kind of heavy duty beads laced on, or something to weigh them down. Should be easy to thread on some macrame beads before making the ends.


Jan 17, 2013

"Here Kid, i made you a jump rope. Only it doesn't work. Maybe you can tie up your brother or something"


Jan 17, 2013

Why not use a larger hook and a very fine rope to make one that actually works?


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