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Check out this “Loop Baby Rattle Grab Toy" I crocheted using this free pattern HERE by Amy of Herbst Handmade.  As soon as I saw the pattern, I knew I had to give it a try since it simply consisted of crocheting two small loops and one big loop, all in a round! 
I had some soft green and yellow cotton yarn leftover from my “Peas in a Pod" amigurumi from long ago, so I thought I would use them for this project!  I thought the cotton yarn would provide great texture and grip for the baby to grasp.  I picked up some jingle bells from my local dollar store and spaced them in the larger tube between the stuffing.  I also used my 2 mm crochet hook to get very tight stitches to ensure that there would be no gaps in the stitching so that no stuffing or bells would accidentally come out!  This toy rattles nicely and would make a great gift!  You can have fun choosing different colour combinations, even matching the baby’s nursery or blanket :)

Check out this “Loop Baby Rattle Grab Toy" I crocheted using this free pattern HERE by Amy of Herbst Handmade.  As soon as I saw the pattern, I knew I had to give it a try since it simply consisted of crocheting two small loops and one big loop, all in a round! 

I had some soft green and yellow cotton yarn leftover from my “Peas in a Pod" amigurumi from long ago, so I thought I would use them for this project!  I thought the cotton yarn would provide great texture and grip for the baby to grasp.  I picked up some jingle bells from my local dollar store and spaced them in the larger tube between the stuffing.  I also used my 2 mm crochet hook to get very tight stitches to ensure that there would be no gaps in the stitching so that no stuffing or bells would accidentally come out!  This toy rattles nicely and would make a great gift!  You can have fun choosing different colour combinations, even matching the baby’s nursery or blanket :)

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