Two crochet stuffed animals on a bed, featuring a lovey pattern.

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Hello there, yarn lovers! Are there any expecting parents or future favorite aunties among us? Let’s crochet The Sweetest Baby Loveys!

A crochet lovey is one of the most amazing pattern of the community of yarn crafters. We think it’s a genius idea. A baby blanket and an crochet amigurumi toy combined? What else can a little person dream about? Let’s dive in into free crochet lovey patterns!

We are focusing mostly on bunnies and bears today. However, you can modify the patterns to suit your little ones’ preferences to make a personalize gift. What are their favorite animals? Let us know in the comments!

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Crochet Loveys in Pastel and Neutral Colors with Free Patterns

Sleepy Baggy Lovey

How charming are these crochet loveys created by the one and only designer behind Crochetpedia? Pastel colors are such a timeless classic in the land of handmade baby clothes and accessories. Do you prefer the original lime or the old-style powder pink? You can make a whole family – mom and dad and a sleepy bagy lovey few sizes smaller as a baby toy.

a sleeping toy made with yarn

The original pattern and the photos are available on Crochetpedia here:

Sleepy Baggy Lovey

More info is on Ravelry here.

Posey the Bunny Lovey

Meet Posey, the most adorable crochet bunny who simply adores naps and bedtime snuggles. This blanket combined with a sweet toy will keep your little ones warm, comfortable, and so happy. These neutral colors Sarah Watson went for are so modern and elegant!

Crochet lovey pattern

The original pattern and the photos are available on Stitch and Hound here:

Posey the Bunny Lovey

More info is on Ravelry here.

Bear and Bunny Lovey Blankets

Simplicity is always a good idea, even in the colorful, sweet world of patterns for crochet baby loveys. These wonders designed by Alanna O’Dea and published on Bella Coco Crochet certainly deserve a place in your repertoire of magic tricks.

small crochet blankets with a bear or bunny head

The original pattern and the photos are available on Bella Coco Crochet here:

Bear and Bunny Lovey Blankets

Snuggle Baby Lovey

Crocheting a baby lovey is a perfect opportunity for experiments with different types of yarn. When we look at this baby bunny, we are instantly thinking about velvet! We mean, can you imagine how delightful this lovey designed by Sewrella must feel? The author of this version is a genius!

bunny head toy attached to the granny square blankie

We suggest using embroidery or safety eyes while making this lovey as a baby gift.

The original pattern and the photos are available on Sewrella here:

Snuggle Bunny Baby Lovey

More info is on Ravelry here. Info about this version by JulzknitsNknots and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Bunny Lovey Blanket

This is definitely THE ultimate bunny blanket for little kids! It gives them a feeling of security and comfort.  A delicate color will fit most of a baby girl’s clothes; for a baby boy, you can use light blue hues.

This pattern is universal, you can easily change a bunny into a kitten or a bear. The link to the free pattern is under the photo.

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Crochet Bunny Lovey Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are available on Crochet 365 Knit Too here:

Bunny Lovey Blanket

Bunny Lovey Parts & Pieces Free Crochet Pattern

Multicolor Loveys

We are all used to seeing subtle pastels in nurseries and children’s bedrooms, without a doubt. Let’s not forget that, in the world of crochet baby stuff, bright colors are a necessity as well! These loveys below are the colorful versions of the classic Bunny Loveys pattern by Victoria Stewart.

crochet lovey pattern

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here:

Bunny Lovey Parts & Pieces

Info about this version by Arms89 and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Rose Bud Rabbit Lovey

This version of Victoria Stewart’s pattern is undoubtedly stunning! Seriously, it is one of the most beautiful crochet loveys we have ever seen. So elegant, sophisticated, and sweet. If you need a tasteful baby shower gift, you surely know what to do.

Crochet Rabbit in a red round dress

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here:

Bunny Lovey Parts & Pieces

Info about this version by Heather (heatherjworsley) and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Bunny Lovey

This author of Bunny Lovey Parts & Pieces crochet pattern is evidently thinking pink! We love the lovely vibes this version of Victoria Stewart’s pattern is vibrating with.

Toy head made with yarn with a zig zag blanket

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here:

Bunny Lovey Parts & Pieces

Info about this version by Angela (angsully11) and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Bunny Granny Square Loveys – Crochet Inspirations

Let’s face it, the good old classic granny square is practically the base of our existence in the world of yarn crafts. It looks fabulous in crochet loveys. Just look at this wonder Handmade by Emu designed!

A rabbit toy made with yarn in a granny square dress

The photo is available on Handmade by Emu and on the author’s Instagram here!

Well, what about making it look even more beautiful by adding a special accessory? A colorful flower crown makes everything so much more spectacular. We are in love with this granny-based project in delightful pastel colors. Noodles Crochet did an amazing job!

A bunny yarn toy with a blankie

The photo is available on @noodles_crochet Instagram here.

Is it hard to make a crochet lovey?

Not at all. Crochet lovey patterns are based on simple crochet stitches, mostly on a single crochet. To start with a pattern, all you need is a crochet hook and worsted weight yarn or thiner. When making stuffed animals – no matter whether it is only a head for Lovey or a whole amigurumi, learn how to make a magic circle.

Is it difficult to make a crochet lovey? Not at all! Most crochet lovey patterns are simple and are based on basic crochet stitches, which are single crochet stitches. All that is required to crochet a pattern is a crochet hook and preferably worsted weight yarn or thinner. Finally, when it comes to stuffed animal patterns, such as a lovey or whole amigurumi, you must learn how to create a magic circle. On the other hand, if you want to be free and pick and choose when to craft, working from home online jobs offer a simple way out, with opportunities at your disposal. This will mean that you need to fit between your working hours and crafting, which will be easier to plan. Also, acquiring a crochet hobby will allow you to balance, returning your concentration to your professional projects.

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12 Comments

  1. Beautiful bunny blanket, can’t wait to recreate it; thank you.

  2. Where can I find the pattern for the Rose Bud Rabbit Lovey? I searched Ravelry and couldn’t find it. Thank you.

    1. Hi Theresa, a link to the pattern is under the photos; you can find it on Ravelry too.

      1. Brenda Hilton says:

        Help I can’t find the pattern.

    2. Lo Penhall says:

      hooked by Robin has the lotus flower pattern and you could use this pattern for the bunny part.

  3. How do I get the free pattern of the Rosebud rabbit lovey? I went to revelry.com but I’m unable to find it on there and it’s no link for the pattern under the picture. Thanks Lisa

  4. Can someone tell me where the pattern for the Rose Bud Bunny lovey is? I click on the links but the pattern is not there

  5. We’ve got a great grand daughter coming & I wanted to make her something. This was perfect. I had fun making it too. I might make a blanket to match bunny s skirt too. Thanks for your pattern!

  6. where can I get the rosebud bunny pattern?

    1. Hi Torrie, a link to the pattern is under the photos; you can find it on Ravelry too. Rosebud bunny is a based on a free pattern ‘Bunny Lovey Parts & Pieces by Victoria Stewart’, it also incorporates Lotus Flower Blanket and Mickey and Minnie Mouse Hats.

  7. I was just wondering how you can get the pattern to Rosebud bunny. All I get is the pieces to the bunny.

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