Dress your little lady in this delightfully sweet ensemble, ready for a frosty stroll through the park. Watch as she twirls around lanes of snow-tipped trees, captivating everyone around her with her grace and charm in this darling outfit.View Project
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These toddler mary janes are easy to make and are endlessly adorable. With some basic crochet skills like working in the round and easy increases and decreases, you can whip up a pair for every adorable little girl on your gift list.View Project
Dress baby up for a night at the Nutcracker with these simple baby ballerina slippers. Ribbons and crystal accents add a finishing touch to this precious project.View Project
Inspired by the dancing candy canes in the Nutcracker ballet, this sweet dress would make a wonderful handmade present for any little girl this Christmas. She’ll love donning this frock as she twirls around the Christmas tree, dreaming of the Land of Sweets.View Project
Don’t be spooked — this striking sweater does not require otherworldly crochet skills. The rows of Catherine’s Wheel stitches are interesting and edgy and your little one will be snuggly prepared for October nights.View Project
Prepare for your baby’s first Halloween by working up this huggable baby bear costume. It is complete with a hat and little paws that will fit just right for your family’s newest addition.View Project
No need to search for the winner of this year’s costume party; this winged baby bat onesie will definitely swoop in for first prize. Your little one will look cute without feeling uncomfortable; plus, snap tape makes it easy to get in and out.View Project
Meal time equals play time for most little ones, so deck out your little pumpkin in this adorable jack-o’-lantern bib. It’s easy to crochet and just right for celebrating Halloween.View Project
Tree Full of Friends” is the perfect toy for busy little hands. This 20″ x 24″ crochet wall hanging of a tree against a bright blue sky includes several pockets on the tree in which to tuck an amigurumi owl, bluebird, and squirrel. Children will enjoy popping the flower petals onto oversized buttons on stems and in the tree. This colorful toy, which also doubles as a children’s room decoration, offers a great opportunity to use up stash yarn.
We are making this wall hanging over the course of three issues, and in this third and final installment, we will cover crocheting the squirrel amigurumi and flowers and finishing the assembly.View Project
Have fun helping your little one learn motor skills with this teaching toy. Mister Monster teaches how to zip, button, and tie a bow!View Project