Softies with a Facemask Free Crochet Patterns

Softies with a Facemask Free Crochet Patterns
Two crocheted teddy bears wearing surgical masks.

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Facemasks are the new chic, and softies are no exception. They too can use facemasks to ward off the bad influences. They are fun, both to make and to play with. They can can also be educational, and a great way to introduce your little ones to crocheting. These softies could also be used to show your appreciation for health care workers.

Weebee Doll Heath Care Worker Free Crochet Pattern

This Weebee doll would certainly be a fun to for kids, and also a great way to demonstrate to them the importance of our healthcare staff. The doll itself is easy to make and can be made using yarn ends, so that you don’t have to break into your stash bunker. This is a lovely and educational project that is very appropriate and well designed.

SkillsEasy        Designer: Laura Tegg

Weebee Doll Heath Care Worker

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Weebee Doll – Health Care Worker

Frontline Hero Bear Free Crochet Pattern

The Frontline Hero bear is a wonderful example of how you can use crochet to appreciate all the nurses and doctors who are fighting the current epidemic. Make one of these to teach your child to support healthcare front line staff, or simply as a toy to demonstrate the dedication of this hard-working professionals. These toys would also be a great addition to an appreciation basket or bouquet.

Skills:  Easy        Designer: Aixan Legasto/Yarn it, darn it

Frontline Hero Bear

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Frontline Hero Bear

Heart with a Facemask Free Crochet Pattern

Appropriately to the times, here is a little heart in a face mask to cheer you up, and to remind you to keep safe. This is a super easy project that you can work on with your kids, and have each one of them carry their little masked hear with them. If you make one for the youngest ones, consider crocheting the eyes for safety.
Skills:  Easy    Designer: Katy Ramil Krampolinka

A Heart with a Mask

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