Dinosaur Lovey Blanket

Dinosaur Lovey Blanket

Your little one will stay warm under this creative Dinosaur Lovey Blanket. Because it's a lovey, it also doubles as a cute baby toy! Keep it in the crib for your baby boy as a crochet baby blanket and as a fun dinosaur to keep him company. There's no better way to work up crochet patterns for baby than making something that is two things in one. Dinosaurs are always a favorite animal for kids, which makes this crochet lovey a fun alternative to a regular crochet baby blanket pattern.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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I am loving all the patterns I am seeing using fleece and crochet. I have not tried anything like this yet, but I am definitely considering it! There are so many different things you could do, and sometimes you can get a small piece of fleee at the fabric store for a steal, when it is the last small piece. I will have to go more often and look fo great deals, and make some of these cute combined blankets.

I have made so many loveys for both my family and friends that I lost count. It's basically a stuffed animal attached to a small blanket. Those are the time consuming ones. Thus is a lot easier to make. And since I have two grand babies I can't make just one, everything has to be in twos so thankfully this is easy.

Ive seen several fleece and crochet projects, but none shaped quite like this dinosaur version. I just bought a red and black fleece through with the idea of making a lovey blanket with a Scottie theme. I dont own a rotary cutter (I know, I know), but if I can find one with that Skip Stitch blade, I may have to ask Santa to put one in my stocking this year.

This lady's items are always cute and easy to recreate. I just love her stuff. I made the puppy lovie for my niece's son and it was a big hit!

She sure is creative! I don't follow many designers or sign up for their own newsletters, but Sarah is one of my favorites. I even have a folder on my computer just for her patterns!

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