If you’re shopping for your kids or the little ones in your family this holiday season, you know too well just how overwhelming it can be to consider the wide selection of toys on the market right now. Sure, there may , but more often than not, buying the perfect toy is easier said than done. Instead of pondering the offerings available on a big-box retailer’s website, why not put your crafting skills to use and that will be cherished for years to come?
These gift ideas can help you cross off all of the younger tots on your gift list; they’re designed or playbox without a hitch. Most of them are actually; from knitted scarves and mittens to adorable dresses and vests, they’ll help families (especially new parents!) keep their little ones warm all winter long. Creating a piece of crocheted outerwear or is the gift that keeps on giving; after all, there’s never enough layers for a growing child and their siblings.
Toys are a surefire gift that’s guaranteed to make them break into a goofy grin and whoop with delight, and that work for both little boys and girls, including the seen here. These stuffed toys will bring their favorite animals to life right in their bedrooms, keeping them entertained for hours and hours on end.
Even better, all of our toys are as fun to create as they are to actually gift to your little one. Follow along as we share heirloom-quality items that will help to foster their creativity, keep them comfortable, and inspire a craft-minded spirit.
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On chilly days, slip kids’ hands into a pair of these mittens—they come in mismatched color-block patterns and, best of all, use leftover yarn. Read More
Wear it plain or dress it up with a big bow! It’s easy to customize for any age or size. The interesting texture is fun to crochet and makes a great accessory for cold winter days. Read More
his petite argyle pig is so cuddly, you’ll want to produce a whole pen’s worth. Wrap up a woolly creature to give to your favorite tot, or use one as a stocking stuffer. Read More
The amazing texture in this hat is achieved with a unique method of turning after each round. Working the hat in both rows and rounds enables the wonderful texture on both sides of this hat. Best of all, the “seam” from joining is virtually invisible. The end result is a wonderfully “squishy” and thick hat. Read More
Suiting fabrics are an unconventional but charming choice for making toy bunnies. Bright cotton shirting adds a surprising pop of color inside the ears. Read More.