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Crochet Lovey Patterns: 14 Crochet Blanket Patterns for Babies

These free crochet baby afghan patterns are SO CUTE!

By: Julia Wiatr, Editor, AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns.com

Crochet Lovey Patterns 14 Crochet Blanket Patterns for Babies

When you're thinking of working up some crochet blanket patterns for the babies in your family, it's fun to branch out and try a style that isn't as commonly seen, and that's what we have here in our collection of Crochet Lovey Patterns, 14 Crochet Blanket Patterns for Babies. We've all worked up easy crochet baby blanket patterns that are small, simple and rectangular (and they're all super cute!), but now it's time to try out another popular baby crochet pattern - the crochet lovey.

These crochet baby loveys are just as warm and soft as any other blanket, but they also feature part of a soft stuffed animal that's stitched on. Whether you have a baby blanket that's just a soft fleece rectangle that features a crochet head, feet and a tail crocheted into the border, or you have a crochet baby blanket with a little crochet head (and sometimes front paws) worked into the body of the blanket, your little ones will love it! These soft blankets will be your child's new cozy companions.

PLUS! Watch this video right below to learn the best way to weave in your ends.

Fleece Crochet Loveys

Crafty Fox Crochet Lovey

Fleece loveys feature an amount of fleece for the main body of the blanket with some crochet detailing added on. Though the following patterns differ depending on the animal or creature represented or any designer flourishes, the basics are still the same.

Once you have your fleece, crochet a border around the fabric to finish it off, then make and attach little crochet feet, paws and a head, or whatever your pattern dictates. These crochet loveys are adorable.

Full Crochet Lovey Patterns

Darling Elephant Crochet Lovey

These crochet baby loveys are more like the traditional baby blanket patterns you know and love. These baby patterns are worked up in much the same way as you would a typical crochet baby blanket except that you attach part of a little animal or creature to the baby blanket, typically somewhere in the middle or right near one of the corners.

These lovey patterns are more involved than those worked with fleece, but they're just as soft and cuddly! 

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One of my fondest memories of childhood is going to the zoo with my parents and sitting on my dad's shoulders while looking at all the animals and eating cookies.

I love these. My son is autistic and he'd love any of them to cuddle up with and feel secure. #BestIdeaEver

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