Three crocheted dolls with colorful hair.

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Crocheted toys are just the thing for being locked down in the house. You can engage your kids not only in playing with the toys, but getting them involved in making these wonderful throwbacks to our own childhoods will be a great time to keep them creatively engaged and interested.

Doll in Less Then 2 Hours Free Crochet Pattern

Which one of us didn’t play with rag dolls as kids? I’d be willing to bet not many. I mean, almost everyone had a favorite doll made of scraps and yarn ends that was made for them by their mom. Now, you can bring that ray of sunshine from your younger days to your child’s life. This wonderful rag doll can be made quickly, easily and you can have a lot of fun taking your kids on the journey from choosing the colors all the way to actually making the doll.
Skills:  Easy    Designer: Kristi Bergin-Smith
Doll in Less Then 2 Hours

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Maggie Raggie Ragdoll

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Easy Easter Bunny Free Crochet Pattern

It is hard to belive that you can make something so spectacular from scraps. Additionally, it is an easy pattern, good for beginners or people who have many kids in the familly and have to make a huge bunch in a short time 🙂 As you can see, the combinations of hues are endless and don’t have to be in traditional Easter colors. Use various scraps of yarn, which makes this project exceptionally welcome! Link to the free pattern is below. A link to the free pattern is at the end of the post.
SkillsEasy       Designer Janette Williams

Starburst Bunny Free Crochet Pattern

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Easy Easter Bunny Free Crochet Pattern

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