[pullquote width=”700″ float=”center”]He was dressed all in fur, from his head to his foot,
And his clothes were all tarnished with ashes and soot;
A bundle of Toys he had flung on his back,
And he looked like a peddler just opening his pack.[/pullquote]
Tonight’s Christmas in July round up is all about toys! I’ve searched around and found some great free crochet patterns for various toys all made with Red Heart yarns. Enjoy!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Magical Toadstool Finger Puppets Set by Tamara Kelly
The Toadstool here is actually a handy pouch, as well as a magical forest setting. Fitting neatly inside are the Flower Fairy, Butterfly Fairy, and cute little Gnome – all ready to come out and play!
2) Seahorse Teether by Pia Thadani
This sweet seahorse teether is a cuddly new friend for your baby, with a teething ring wrapped up in its tail. It’s made in Red Heart Baby Hugs yarn, with the soft texture and bright colors that babies love. Moms love that Baby Hugs is OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 Class I certified, which means it has been tested to be free from harmful levels of over 300 substances!
3) You Are My Sunshine crochet lovey by Lorene Haythorn Eppolite- Cre8tion Crochet
This adorable sun and rainbow lovey is the perfect lovey for any boy or girl in your life. The lovely Red Heart rainbow colors are bright and cheerful.
4) Hug Monster by Linda Salant
This completely huggable little guy was inspired by a monster character sewn onto a baby onesie. It’s my first original pattern, and one that I hope you enjoy!
5) Fierce Little Dragon by Lucy Collin
This pattern is an update of my ‘fierce but friendly really’ dragon pattern. I’ve made a few minor changes, in particular the wings are stiffer now, and I’ve written it out in a longer form that should be easier to follow.
6) Crochet Along Sock Monkey by Sharon Ojala
This is the sock monkey I designed for the wheelchair pattern. It fits perfectly in the chair. Once the wheelchair pattern is ready then the monkeys will get injuries, haha one will have a broken leg of course since this whole idea came from my daughter and her recent trip to the hospital.
7) Monster Hug Lovie by Jessie Rayot
Sometimes we all need a hug! This little Monster Hug Lovie features an adorable little monster attached to a small octagonal blanket, and is perfect for little arms to hug and love. You can embroider on any sort of expression you like. I’m fond of the squiggly smile, because laughs and hugs go well together!
8) Octopus Baby Toy by Kali Dahle
This amigurumi octopus was inspired by my son because I thought he needed a baby toy.
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!
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