Miss Mouse Lovey Blanket


Miss Mouse Lovey Blanket

Miss Mouse Lovey Blanket
Miss Mouse Lovey Blanket

"The Miss Mouse Lovey blanket makes a wonderful baby gift and is easy enough for a beginner to make. It's simply made of four 12" granny squares, seamed together. And then a conical-shaped mouse head is crocheted, stuffed with fibrefill and sewed to the middle of the blanket. It just takes one ball of Bernat Pop! yarn in your choice of colour. This is a blanket that a child will treasure for years to come."

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeNo gauge necessary.

Finished SizeBlanket is approximately 20" x 20" square.

Materials List

  • 1 ball of Bernat Pop! yarn (5oz./140g/280yds/256m)
  • 6 mm hook
  • yarn needle & scissors
  • fibrefill stuffing


  1. I used a ball of Bernat Pop! yarn in a vibrant pink and grey striping to make some basic 12” x 12” granny squares (you can find granny square patterns in the hundreds online).

  2. After completing four squares, I seamed them together into one large square.

  3. To edge the blanket, I just did one round of sc around, with 3 sc in each corner.

  4. Then I used the grey portion of the yarn to make a mouse head. Basically, I just crocheted rounds of sc (starting with ch 4; sl st to first ch to close; sc in each ch around, sc/2 sc alternating around, etc.) that were narrow at the beginning, then increased as I went along to make a conical shape, as you can see in the pictures.

  5. Then after completing her face, I stuffed the head with Polyfil, then crocheted the back closed. (You’ll notice in the photo that there’s a pink spot on her forehead. There was a flaw in the yarn, so I’m just calling that her “birthmark”!)

  6. For the ears, I crocheted two rounds of dc, then used my yarn needle to sew each to the top of the head. For the face, I used black yarn to embroider her nose and eyes.

  7. Last, I sewed the bottom of the head to the center of the blanket.

  8. Voila! You have the very easy-to-make Miss Mouse lovey blanket.

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