Beginner Crochet Baby Ball Pattern


Beginner Crochet Baby Ball Pattern

Beginner Crochet Baby Ball Pattern
Beginner Crochet Baby Ball Pattern

That baby shower is fast approaching, and as a crochet beginner, you wish you knew how to crochet a baby ball. Fortunately, this Beginner Crochet Baby Ball Pattern will yield a fast and easy homemade baby shower gift. Baby toys that are soft and safe are a must for newborns, and giving the DIY gift of a crochet baby ball tells the new mom you invested time and effort to ensure her baby's safety and enjoyment. This free crochet pattern provides simple step-by-step directions, as well as great suggestions for changing skein colors to make more interesting patterns.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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This is such a cute crochet toy idea! I think this would be a great baby toy, if you maybe put them on a string for a mobile. There are so many colors available, you can make them for any theme. I am thinking they would be perfect in red and white for my sisters Cat in the Hat theme.

No matter if the baby is a boy or a girl, a crochet baby ball will be appreciated by all. All children love to play with a ball and what could be better than a soft homemade ball for baby to play with. These are beautufuly colored.

What could be better than a homemade baby shower gift. These little balls will be a great addition to the new baby collection. Made with soft yarn and filled with poly fill and just the right size for baby. Made with bright colors or soft pastels there is no way you can go wrong with this easy gift.

This simple amigurumi ball is a great practice piece for more complex projects, and its useful, too! The instructions are easy to follow. The designer suggests stuffing the ball at Round 15, but Ive found that you actually can go a little further. However, if you want to include a plastic cat toy (with a jingle bell inside), then definitely insert that at Round 15. Be advised that it is a little trickier to crochet around the toy.


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