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Emma's Baby Rattle

By: Lisa Hamblin from crochetnmore.com

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Babies love to play with toys and rattles, so why not crochet this soft baby rattle. It's soft and it still makes noise as you put beans inside. This is an easy free crochet pattern great for a Christening.

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Emma's Crochet Baby Rattle
This image courtesy of www.crochetnmore.com

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Crochet Hook: F/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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The biggest problem with this pattern is tracking down an empty film canister. Does anyone even use film anymore? A good substitute would be a pill container. If you dont have any, you can ask your local pharmacist for some new ones. Also, use a drill to cut a hole in the bottom of the container instead of a knife. Much safer option.

Cute pattern ... Love for a shower gift ... You can put some pink or blue jelly beans in top for shower guests ...

It is really cute. Would be nice for the new baby as well as Mommy and Daddy. Any baby would like it I think.

Great idea! Making one for Grand-Niece's baby in camo-pink. Love this site!!

It's really cute. Would look nice on top of a gift!

This rattle will make a great baby shower gift and gift topper, with a few changes it could also be a wedding shower gift topper. The pattern could be a good pattern to use for a beginner crocheter to get the experience of working with thread and using things you will crochet around. Great pattern! Thanks

What a wonderful pattern... Thank you so much for finding all these Fabulous patterns to drool over... I think I will have to live another 10 years to get my wish list finished but there again as time goes on I find more to add to it..

I think this would make a great shower favor but not sure if it would be OK for a baby. It really is adorable and different.

This baby rattle is absolutely the cutest I have ever seen. Can't wait to make some for the single mother's which I make also afghans for. Support the group from church. Thanks for all the cute patterns.

Great idea for a bazaar fund-raiser!

A friend has a new granddaughter (born Wednesday!) named Emma. I think this will make a perfect topper for a gift, instead of an ordinary bow.

That is Soooooooo sweet! Babies just love things that shake & make noise. To have something handmade makes for very special memories in the years to come.

WHAT AN AWESOME PATTERN I CROCHET HATS AND BOOTIES FOR THE LOCAL HOSPITAL AND FRIENDS AND I CAN MAKE THIS AN ADDITION TO THE SET!! THANK YOU!!!

I love this pattern and plan to make a bunch of them to put with the baby afghans I crochet for our hospital here. I have been crocheting 4 afghans weekly in order that every new baby has one to go home with. I am trying to use up 6 large totes of yarn I have amassed the last few years as in my small apartment i really do not have space to keep all of it. Happy crocheting to all!

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