Simple As Can Be Crochet Balls


Simple As Can Be Crochet Balls

Simple As Can Be Crochet Balls
Simple As Can Be Crochet Balls

Have you ever found yourself in need of a gift but without much time to spare? If that's the case, then you might want to make these Simple As Can Be Crochet Balls. The crochet pattern is easy to make, but don't be fooled. It has elements of style that include stripes in multiple colors as well as the super cute cross stitch. This crochet toy pattern will be just the right gift for younger children. If it's possible, consider making duplicates of this pattern to keep on hand for any impromptu gift-giving occasions.


Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Fine yarn (blogger used Blue Sky’s Skinny Cotton in Birch)
  • Lace yarn (blogger used DMC Embroidery Floss in 958, 964, E980, 307, 972, and 740)
  • D/3 or 3.25 mm hook
  • Poly-fil stuffing
  • Removable stitch marker

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I love this pattern, and with a nearly 8 inch circumference, the Extra Small size is perfect for a custom made Hacky Sack. I live in a small university town, near a large university town, and Im always amazed to see the incoming students still kicking a Hacky Sack around. I use poly beads instead of fiberfil due to the needed weight. It would be nice to offer some in their school colors!

The embroidery colors are so pretty, I love it! Each ball is worked in the round and then sealed off at the end. You then get a step by step guide on how to do the cross stitch. For adults as well as kids these are great fidgets, as I like to call them. Oh, if you sign up for her mailing list you qualify for a free pattern. Value of up to $15!

What a great gift these Simple As Can Be Crochet Balls will be for my 1 year old grand daughter! She can play with them without hurting anything or herself. After reading the written pattern I so have to make these. I love the cross stitches used to make the colors around the balls. So easy and there are pictures to show how to do it. I'll be making all the sizes and may even make a extra set of the larger ones for our dog. Putting a jingle bell inside will also be a good idea..I can't wait! Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.


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