Looking for an adorable baby gift? One of these crochet baby rattle patterns would be a great addition to a baby gift, unique and special.
There are lots of different crochet baby rattle and teether patterns to choose from. Read the reviews and get ready to start your next crochet baby toy project.
There are crochet animal toy patterns for lions, giraffes, monkeys, and more. Any would make an adorable crocheted gift for a new baby. You could pick the colors to go with any nursery and make a pram toy.
Tips on amigurumi patterns
The head of a lovey is usually done in amigurumi, working in the round with small tight stitches.
For those who are unfamiliar, I have gathered some tips. Also, you can look for patterns geared for the beginner.
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Crochet Baby Rattle Patterns
5 out of 5 – I love Rnatas patterns They are easy to read and make. And always so adorable.
I haven’t got my rings for the rattles yet but done with the crochet pieces and it looks to be super cute. Will definitely recommend this shop for great patterns.
This crochet designer has other cute crochet baby rattle patterns too try.
A cute giraffe rattle and teether pattern. There are lots of other cute crocheted rattle patterns too.
5 out of 5 – Simple, straightforward pattern. Thank you! I’m excited to choose a few more.
5 out of 5 – Thank you, easy to follow
A cute gender-neutral monkey rattle. There are lots of different cute crochet patterns in this shop.
This crochet designer has lots of cute crocheting animal patterns for you to try.
5 out of 5 – The pattern is adorable and easy to follow! Can’t wait to make more!
Great Pattern! It is very easy to follow. I have already made two rattles from it and plan to make more. The only thing I did different was instead of using a bell I used a cat ball. Since I live in a small town they were easier to find and work well for this kind of project.
5 out of 5 – Crochet Rattle Pattern.
This crochet designer has other cute baby toys and stuffed animal crochet patterns.
I loved the pattern and the seller was very nice to me, she was wonderful
This crochet designer has other cute crochet baby rattle patterns to try.
5 out of 5 – Very easy to follow pattern. Love it! 🙂
This crochet designer has lots of cute baby teethers and other animal crochet patterns to try.
Make a cute lamb rattle toy. There are other adorable animal crochet patterns to try too.
5 out of 5 – Crochet Rattle Pattern.
Make a cute bunny teether ring crochet pattern. Cute toy with a practical use.
precious!! And like all their perfectly explained patterns, I love them all
Beautiful and very understandable instructions.
5 out of 5 – Great pattern. Easy to follow
5 out of 5 – Crochet Pattern There are 4 crochet baby rattle patterns in the set.
I adapted this slightly as I preferred it with out the tail and I changed the colours absolutely loved making this the pattern was so easy to follow can’t wait to make more of the others
This crochet designer has other cute animal baby toy crochet patterns for you to try, as well as, stuffed animals.
An adorable pony teether pattern with a matching baby lovey pattern available. This designer has other adorable crochet baby rattle patterns to try.
5 out of 5 –Super cute crochet set! I can’t wait to begin creating!
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I have been crocheting since I was 8 years old. I have 40 plus years of experience. My blogging journey started in 2013 and I have been writing about crafts and crocheting since then. I started blogging full time in 2019.