Sensory Baby Toys
Choose from 3 adorable themed Sensory Baby Toy Sets. These beginner friendly projects include a variety of projects you can make, including bears, bees and elephants!
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Title: Sensory Baby Toys
Publisher: Leisure Arts, Inc., 2020
Photographer: Jason Masters
Sensory Baby Toys
3 Full Themed Baby Sets
With so many beginner level projects to crochet, you are sure to find a suitable handmade item you can make! There are 3 themed sets, a Beehive Baby Set, a Bunny Baby Set and an Elephant Circus Baby Set.
Each set includes a number of projects that you can use together, or separately to entertain baby, or to gift to someone for their little one.
Some projects could be used separately too, like the little bear, the elephant, the bunnies (there are 2 different styles), the mountain, the acorn, the balls, the beehives and the bees. They can be made as finished toys that are perfectly sized for baby’s hands.
You really do get more than 15 patterns in this set if you count all the individual pieces that make up the projects!
The Sensory Baby Toy Pattern Sets
- Beehive Baby Set | Mobile, Garland, Stroller Toy, Rattle and Teething Toy) | Light Weight Yarn  | 3.25 mm (D)
- Bunny Baby Set | Mobile, Garland, Stroller Toy, Rattle and Teething Toy | Medium Weight Yarn  | 4 mm (G) hook, 3.25 mm (D) hook and 3.75 mm (F) hook
- Elephant Circus Baby Set | Mobile, Garland, Stroller Toy, Rattle, Teething Toy | Medium Weight Yarn  | 4 mm (G) hook
More images are available here.
Of the 15+ projects, my 2 favorites are the Bunny Stroller Toy and the Bunny Garland. Which are your favorites?
The General Instructions are included beginning on page 56. You will find common abbreviations used, symbols and terms and the following crochet terms with diagrams and definitions.
- Joining with sc
- Adjustable Loop
- Free Loops of a Chain
- Back or Front Loop Only
- Changing Colors
- Weaving Thru Stitches
- Embroidery Stitches: Backstitch, French Knot, Satin Stitch and Straight Stitch
The Yarn Information is included on page 62.
- Bernat® Softee® Baby™ was used for the Beehive Baby Set
- Red Heart® Soft® was used for the Elephant Circus Baby Set
- Lion Brand® Vanna’s Choice® was used for the Bunny Baby Set
Projects for babies are fun to crochet and to gift to friends and family members. They usually smaller sized projects too, so they generally take less time to complete than larger projects like afghans.
With these beginner friendly designs you have many options to choose from. Even if you only choose parts of the full set to make, you will have an adorable gift to give to someone special.
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This looks like a great book for gifts. Thanks for the review, I think I’ll order one!
This book of sensory toys is a very good idea and sparks my interest. Thank you.
I love the ideas in this book. I’ll have to check it out!
I have a niece due in August so I’m going to attempt to make her some kind of toys! I have crocheted for years but this will be my first attempt at this! Wish me puck!
This looks like a great resource for cute baby gifts!
I need some of these patterns for a new addition of to our family. Thank you for reviewing it!
Such a cute idea
Thank you so much for this book review ..My great grand daughter is Autistic and we have bought her loads of sensory toys from Amazon and I never realized I could crochet her sensory Items …ty ty ty
Love this…I have been crocheting for over 40 years and my oldest great grand baby is autistic and sensory we have all been buying her sensory toys but to be able to crochet some for her would be wonderful …thank you for giving us all the chance to do this … plus the chance to try a furls hook for the first time in my life is exciting and I think it would help my arthritic hands…ty ty ty
The Kids Dress up Book would be really cute for you to review.
HAPPY CROCHET! – 13 ADORABLE PROJECTS IN BRIGHT COLORS would be great if you did a review.
I’d like to see the SAMANTHA DOLL