Baby Shower Gift Crochet Patterns

  • Miranda
  • April 6, 2013 12:16 pm

baby shower free crochet patterns

Babies are such an amazing gift and a true miracle. When my kids were born we appreciated the mementos that last a lifetime. While a pack of diapers is always appreciated, a handmade anything is something people keep for a lifetime. In fact, it is often those unique handmade baby gifts that are put into a memory box and passed down to the next generation. A baby is a special event! Use your crochet talent to make something worth keeping! A cherished memory. Enjoy these Free Baby Shower Gift Crochet Patterns.

Newborn Baby Blanket Crochet Patterns

Every baby needs a blanket to come home in, to be used in their first pictures, to cuddle with as they grow and then to use with their own dolls and stuffed toys as young children. Then it will be time to tuck the blanket away as a memory keepsake for future generations. Crochet a baby shower gift blanket.

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New Baby Hats and Bonnets Crochet Patterns

A Baby hat is not just an adorable and memorable gift, it is a very practical and much needed one too! Babies naturally want to be cuddled up and warm. No matter what time of year, newborns need a hat or bonnet. Either make a practical beanie hat that would be great for hospital stay and the first ride home or crochet something more elaborate for those first photos.

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Baby Toys Crochet Patterns

While a newborn baby may not find much use for a crocheted ball or lovey, it is something they will eventually know and love. Crochet any of these practical and fun baby toys for your next baby shower.

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Crochet Baby Sweaters and Outfits for Gifts

A baby sweater outfit is a very practical baby shower gift that will also last a lifetime.

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Baby Booties Crochet Patterns

Keep those little baby piggies warm and snug with a crocheted set of baby booties.

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Newborn Baby Diaper Cover Sets

These diaper cover sets for newborns make great photo opportunities!

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Crochet Baby Bib Patterns

I think this is an obvious one. From first feedings to first spoon-fed meals a baby bib is a necessity.

flower bibbuttoned bib crochet patternbib set


Other Practical Baby Crochet Patterns

For those very practical crochet baby shower gifts that just don’t fit into the other categories.

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Want more Baby shower gift ideas to crochet? Browse or search TheYarnBox free crochet pattern directory!



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Miranda is a freelancing work at home christian mother. In between making meals, caring for kids and running a house- you can find Miranda behind the computer. With every spare moment Miranda operates multiple websites and is a freelance graphic designer. You can learn more about Miranda in this article she wrote on her personal blog, CasuallyFriday.



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  1. Paula Lewis Bray says:
    Posted April 6, 2013 at 1:56 pm | Permalink

    cute patterns!

  2. Liz Hasler says:
    Posted April 6, 2013 at 11:23 pm | Permalink

    Thanks so much for sharing these adorable patterns!

  3. Emmy says:
    Posted June 18, 2013 at 3:53 pm | Permalink

    Thank you for putting this together!

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