The Flock Whistle & Ivy baby octopus

Published on October 2nd, 2016 | by Merion


Top of the Flock: animal-inspired baby patterns

We love seeing the patterns our favourite bloggers have designed. Here’s a round up of some beautiful  some adorable baby projects inspired by the animal kingdom created especially by this talented flock of crochet designers!

Baby panda outfit

All About Ami: Baby Panda Outfit

Who doesn’t love baby pandas? All About Ami’s sweet baby dress-up looks so beautiful, and that little hat is snuggly and warm too!

Bobby Bunny

Bobby Bunny by Emma Varnam

Bobby Bunny is one of those little bunnies you can tuck warmly into a buggy or cot, knowing that little hands will find him and snuggle him into a hug. Have a look at Emma Varnam’s other free patterns here.

Field mouse baby booties 

Hopeful Honey Field Mouse baby booties

Hopeful Honey’s little field mouse slippers are too sweet for words! Get your hooks out and make some up now, in time to pop into Christmas stockings.

Bunny hats for babies

Crochet Club: Bunny hats for babies by Kate Eastwood

Our fabulous Kate Eastwood writes super tutorials for us in Crochet Club. This was a very popular baby hat for all the little bunnies out there!

Crochet baby octopus

Whistle & Ivy baby octopus

Eight little legs for chubby fingers to hold. Whistle & Ivy’s sweet octopus will be a favourite friend for babies, and toddlers too.

Are you crocheting an animal? Why not tell us what creature your crafting in the comments below!

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About the Author

Merion dreams in colour and adores crochet! From glorious granny blankets to ethereal shawls and lace cardies, she's never very far from her hooks! She loves cake, knitting, heavy horses, books and Mozart. Her favourite colour is duck egg blue.

2 Responses to Top of the Flock: animal-inspired baby patterns

  1. Zombidle says:

    I love the panda and the octopus, they are so cute. 🙂

  2. dorothy says:

    hi looking for pattern for the Pastel V-Stitch baby Blanket pictured above…does it have another name? Thank you!

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