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Crochet Baby Block!

How would you like to learn to make this cute Baby Block??  It's not very hard to make and cost less than a skein of yarn! I made this with left over yarn that is no longer being sold. I used a novelty yarn and a strand of Loops and Thread 4 ply so my stitches were easy to see! This project is a great way to tryout novelty yarn!  This project is dedicated to my co-workers grandson who is battling Osteogenesis Imperfecta ( Brittle Bone Disease)!. It's super soft and easy for all babies and toddlers to play with! Try making enough blocks to spell out a little ones name, numbers, the whole alphabet, the sky is the limit. You can also to holiday themed table center pieces. Let your inner chiq shine! Don't forget to share your ideas and photos! Okay now lets get onto HOW we make these!


First lets discuss what you will need:


Yarn: this is cute with baby yarn, novelty yarn ( washable only, babies can be very messy) or any washable 4ply. I would stay away from your thicker yarns so…

Make up, crochet hook, bottle holder, whatever you want, Clutch

Wow, Can I start out by saying thank you for all the view last month!!! We had over 90 views in one day!!!
Alright lets get to my latest project! This is a very versatile project for any experience level crocheter. It can be done in just about any stitch including but not limited to , sc, hdc, dc, star stitch, basket weave, broom stick lace, shell, puff, zig zag, use your mind and bring out your own user CHIQ!
So what is the pattern?? It's sooooo easy are you ready??




Chain to the width you want, I will write the instructions for what I did.


Ch 18
Row 1Dc in third ch from the hook, Dc in each chain until the end.
Row 2- 17 chain 3 turn and DC in each chain until the end of each row.
Row 18 ch1, sc ch1 sc in first space, sc, ch1, sc in each space until the end. weave in ends
Line with felt, or any fabric.
Fold and sew the sides with a yarn needle
Your done, unless you would like to add a button of flower!
Send you finished projects to Crochetchig@gmail.com and they will be added to the blog w…