Some times you just need a cuddle. Crochet can help! Wrap your arms around some yarnie love and relax. These items not only make you happy, but they also make superb gifts. Who doesn’t love a gift they can cuddle? Here are seven comfy free crochet patterns to cuddle up with!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Little Fans Pillow Cover by Jessie At Home
“Four squares of little fans stitches add a nice texture to this pillow cover. The sample in this pattern is sewn onto a fabric lining, and has a fabric back as well, instructions are included.”
2) Teddy Bear Pillow by The Lavender Chair
It’s a teddy bear AND a pillow! That’s just awesome.
3) Crochet Unicorn Lovey by Meladora’s Creations
“This crochet lovey is easy to make. It’s using the Starfish stitch in two colors. This could make a great scrap yarn project!”
4) Get in Line, Granny! Afghan by A Crocheted Simplicity
“One of the great things I love about crochet is taking an older stitch or technique and putting my own spin on it and that’s exactly what I’ve done here”
5) Removable C2C (Bunny) Pillow Case by My Hobby is Crochet
“Learn how to crochet an envelope style of C2C pillow case that you can easily remove for washing or change it every time you want.”
6) Flamingo Friend by Blackstone Designs
“Aren’t Flamingos so darn cute?! My daughter is completely in love with them, so when I signed up to do (a softie) CAL, I knew I had to make one!”
7) Mini Square Bunny Lovey by YARNutopia
“In the third part of all things baby week, I bring you the Mini Square Bunny Lovey!”
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