Melly Teddy Ragdoll Panda Bear Free Crochet Pattern 

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Almost every one of us had a favorite rag doll in our childhood. That most absolutely well-loved and well-worn toy that we just couldn’t be without. Here are some patterns to relive some of that magic. If you intend to make them for small kids, please consider using crocheted eyes for safety. A link to free patterns is under the photos.

Polar Bear Ragdoll Free Crochet Pattern

This polar bear is super adorable. It is easy to make and was created for tiny hands to hug him and squeeze him and call him George :D. The eyes of this toy were embroidered which is super safe for a baby. It’s is a great gift option for any occasion, but a heart on the bear’s belly makes him an excellent Valentine’s Day gift idea.

Skills: Easy          Designer: Anna Nilsson

Polar Bear Ragdoll Free Crochet Pattern

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Polar Bear Ragdoll

Melly Teddy Ragdoll Panda Bear Free Crochet Pattern

The Melly Teddy pattern is a panda bear of prodigious proportions (14” tall) that’s relatively easy to make, has that cute panda bear eye shade and will be a central focal point of your child’s bedtime stuffie collection. link to free patterns is under the photos.

Skills: Easy          Designer: Melanie Grobler

Melly Teddy Ragdoll Panda Bear Free Crochet Pattern 

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Melly Teddy Ragdoll Panda Bear

Penguin Ragdoll Cushion Free Crochet Pattern

In the same B&W palette, here are some adorable rag doll penguins. They are mean to be a cushion, but are far too cute to leave be on some couch somewhere, and I’m sure your child will just love them to bits and use them in their playtime. link to free patterns is under the photos.

Skills: Easy    Designer: Zoe BartleyPenguin Ragdoll Cushion Free Crochet Pattern

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Go to the pattern: Penguin Ragdoll Cushion, more info here.

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