Although this pattern is free to download, the copyright restrictions still apply. While you’re here, why not check out the other patterns on the Toy Patterns page? They start at £2.50, and there’s bound to be something you would like to knit! This pattern exclusive to the website A five page pattern Measurements 5in (12.5cm)More...
Sterling the Star Crochet pattern by Monster's Toy Box | Knitting Patterns | LoveKnitting
Meet Sterling! He may not be the brightest star in the sky, but he hopes that he can brighten up your day a little with a hug. Sterling can be made in any yarn and hook combination you want. Just be certain that the fabric is firm enough that stuffing does not show through. My Sterling was made using 120 yards of Loops and Thread Impeccable Solids in Butterscotch. Sterling is an advanced beginner-level pattern. Skills you will need include single crochet, increases, decreases, and joining…
20 Free Patterns for Crochet Baby Mobiles
Happy Friday! I hope you all had a lovely week! Today's Free Crochet Pattern Friday Round Up is Baby Mobiles! I have included some fun embellishments and appliqués you can use with a standard crochet baby mobile base, wire ring or plastic (or wood) embroidery hoop - so have fun combining some of the patterns below to create your own unique mobile! If you have a crochet theme you would like me to consider for Free Crochet Pattern Friday, please let me know! All patterns were free at the time…
Sweet Sandy Camel Pattern (Knit)
Sweet Sandy Camel (L10400) is a Knit pattern. This pattern is rated as being Easy + (Level 3). Finished size is About 6 1/2 in. (16.5 cm) tall
Little Boats pattern by Frankie Brown
These knitted boats measure just 10 cm tall, they stand up on their own and can even hold a small crew. They are knitted with double knitting weight yarn and the mast is stiffened with a thick pipe cleaner.
Cot Mobile Frame (animals not included)
Use the Knitables cot mobile frame to create an adorable and unique mobile for your little one to enjoy. By selecting your own animals, characters or objects the mobile can be made to fit any theme. The example shown has used the animals from the Knitables Noah’s Ark Collection.
These bright little birds stand on their own two knitted feet and don’t take long to make. They are about 9 cm tall and are knitted with DK weight yarn. The feet hide wire legs and feet made from paper clips; these add strength but mean that the birds are not suitable for very young children.
These are simple garter stitch flowers, knitted in one piece, which can be used as brooches or decorations. A pattern for stalks and leaves is also included, should you want to knit a bouquet.