Crochet Baby Rattle Pattern or Clutch Toy

Crochet Baby Rattle Pattern or Clutch Toy

Crochet Baby Rattle Pattern or Clutch Toy
Crochet Baby Rattle Pattern or Clutch Toy

"This crochet baby rattle is as easy to make as it is cute! It is the perfect size for little hands to clutch and shake. Crochet one up for your own little one or to give as a gift. Here is what you will need: worsted-weight cotton yarn a G hook scissors and tapestry needle, polyester fiberfill stuffing rattle inserts (make sure they are CPSIA and EN71 compliant and only purchase from a reputable company) Size: Finished toy measures approx. 7½ in."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Finished SizeSize: Finished toy measures approx. 7½ in.

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This is a cute baby toy, but Im not sure if Ill work it up strictly as instructed. The shank portion looks fatter than most baby toys Ive seen. Im also a little baffled by how exactly you would put a rattle inside along with the batting. Im wondering if it would be better to just buy a baby rattle and then crochet around it.

So fiberfill was used here as filling stuff then covered by this Crochet Baby Rattle Pattern. Very good choice for yarn color to stimulate eye movement and develop motor skills.

I have twin grand babies and this will be just great to make for them for Christmas. It's a very, easy simple pattern that takes very little yarn. Plus I have jingle bells to put inside for them to rattle. What a great find for me! Thank you so much!


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