I’ve always enjoyed making lovey crochet patterns. Combining amigurumi and blankets is such a fun concept, and babies and toddlers love these cuddly toys.
I’ve heard these referred to as loveys, snugglers, comforters, security blankets, and more! No matter what you call them, you’re sure to love this list of free lovey crochet patterns!
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Starting off the list of free lovey crochet patterns with a rainbow of colors, this Hug Me Unicorn Lovey is such a beautiful pattern for a unicorn themed nursery!
Not looking for something so colorful? Swap out the rainbow color palette on this free lovey crochet pattern and create an ombre effect with various shades of the same color.
If you’re a dinosaur fan like me, there’s no doubt that I had to add a dinosaur to my lovey collection! The Hug Me Triceratops Lovey makes a great addition to any dinosaur themed nursery.
If dinosaurs are your thing, be sure to check out my collection of free dinosaur crochet patterns.
Next on this fun list of free lovey crochet patterns is the Hug Me Cow Lovey! This sweet cow lovey looks great in traditional colors, as well as a brighter palette.
Are you making a gift for a new baby with a farm themed nursery? The Hug Me Pig Lovey makes the perfect gift! I just love the subtle puff stitch details on the blanket part of this lovey.
There is nothing more classic than a teddy bear and a granny square blanket, and these two classics are combined for the Hug Me Bear Lovey crochet pattern!
This teddy bear lovey crochet pattern is the perfect addition to this list, and is great for any baby. I love how gender neutral and theme neutral teddy bears are.
Next on my list of free lovey crochet patterns is the Hug Me Elephant Lovey. This adorable pattern was so fun to make, and is one of my favorites for gifting.
This adorable Hug Me Bunny Lovey is one of my most popular crochet loveys, and of course had to make the list of free lovey crochet patterns!
I love the blanket on this lovey with it’s unique but simple stitch and texture.
What yarn should I use when making a crochet baby lovey?
I recommend using a yarn that is both durable and soft. Babies are messy, and their toys often need washed. Because of this I recommend using an acrylic or cotton yarn, as these typically hold up very well to frequent washing.
What kind of eyes should I use for baby items?
While safety eyes are intended to remain in place, I do not recommend them for items intended for babies. Please use felt or embroidered eyes for items that will be given for babies, unless they are going to be used for decorative purposes only.
I hope you enjoyed these free lovey crochet patterns! These loveys were so much fun to design. Be sure to check back often to see when there are new designs added to this list.
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