Finished! Soft Baby Toys

I made some squishy soft fabric toys for my new little nephew. They were intended to be a christmas gift but In standard slacker fashion I mailed these off to him in mid march. Worst part is they sat around for 2 months 99% finished – bad crafter. Luckily I think he is still young enough to enjoy them!

This one is my favourite, It’s called an amish puzzle ball and it was super fun to make. I’ve added GIANT puzzle ball to my list of things I want to make (note to self – actually write this list)

3 soft blocks, perfect for chewing on. There is one that crinkles, one that rattles and one that jungles. I used a cereal bag for the crinkle, chickpeas in a ping pong ball for the rattle and a bell for the jingle. I used this tutorial for the blocks.

Last but not least, a taggy blanket. One side is soft so it would make a nice lovey cuddle blankie.

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3 Responses to Finished! Soft Baby Toys

  1. the fern says:

    These are fantastic! What a lucky little guy to get such beautiful hand made toys. Do you have a link to a tutorial for the amish puzzle ball?

  2. the freckle says:

    I used a combination of tutorials to figure out the best way to make it, none of which I can seem to find now!

  3. Marie says:

    Wow! These look great! I love how they turned out and the colours you used too! I’m planning to make a puzzle ball for a Christmas gift and these are great inspiration.

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