Crayons are often the best selling toy in the world, but some accessories are just too cool for your everyday use.
From baby carriers to crocheted mittens, here are the best crochet and sewing accessories from the popular brands.
Crayonics: Crochets for your babyCrayons for your child and toddlerCrayon crochets are so popular that they’re being made into toys.
Here’s what you need to know.
Crayonics are perfect for babies and toddlers because they’re soft and stretchy, but you’ll find them also useful for children who are a little taller.
Crocheting is an art form that involves creating shapes with a needle and thread.
The shapes can then be placed on a blank canvas to create things like baby cribs or a little room.
The Crochet Book of the Year is one of the most popular crochet books in the US.
Cabbage-and-beans crochetingThe art of crochetening is based on the practice of making small, round, or even round shapes with small stitches.
You might also want to consider creating a crescent shape for your kid’s crib, and some kids even make stuffed animals out of a cork.
Cuddle Crayones: Baby toys for your kidsCuddle crayons, also known as baby crayons, are great for babies who are too small to play with their own toys.
Cushions or toys that fit inside the cuddle cushion are perfect.
Kids will also enjoy creating a toy that’s smaller than a baby’s hand.
The Cuddle Crochet Toy Set is a perfect gift for any baby or toddler.
Crochet accessories: Crochet tools for kidsCouches, pillows, and other soft items for kids to cuddle inCouples crochet is one the most creative ways to make new things together.
The best way to learn to crochet is to practice with the materials you already have, but there are a few accessories that can make the process a little easier.
Here are a list of crochet tools that are ideal for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers.
Needle and thread: Needle-and thread crochet tools and patternsFor most crochet projects, you’ll need a few different types of needle and threads.
The most popular are circular needles and hook sizes.
You’ll also want some basic stitches to complete your projects.
Here is a list to get you started.
Needles: Circular needles and hooksSmall circular needle to start with (2½ to 3 inches long)Medium circular needle (3 to 4 inches long and sometimes larger)Large circular needle(5 to 6 inches long, sometimes even larger)Stitch marker(6 to 8 inches long for more complicated projects)Stitches to use: Single crochetSingle crochet (ch)Triple crochet (dc)Double crochet (dp)Round: Ch1 in the hook, ch1, turn.
Skip the next 3 stitches.
(3)In the same stitch, join with a sl st in the next st.
Row: Work a sc in the first sc of the previous row.
Join with a sc into the next stitch, sc in next sc.
Row 2: Work sc in each sc, sc1, sc2, sc3, sc4, sc5, sc6, sc7.
Row 3: Work *ch1, ch2, repeat from * around, join, join.
Row 4: Work ch2 into each sc around.
Row 5: Work sl st into the first stitch, ch3, ch4, ch5, ch6, ch7, ch8, ch9, ch10, ch11, ch12, ch13, ch14, ch15, ch16, ch17, ch18, ch19, ch20, ch21, ch22, ch23, ch24, ch25, ch26, ch27, ch28, ch29, ch30, ch31, ch32, ch33, ch34, ch35, ch36, ch37, ch38, ch39, ch40, ch41, ch42, ch43, ch44, ch45, ch46, ch47, ch48, ch49, ch50, ch51, ch52, ch53, ch54, ch55, ch56, ch57, ch58, ch59, ch60, ch61, ch62, ch63, ch64, ch65, ch66, ch67, ch68, ch69, ch70, ch71, ch72, ch73, ch74, ch75, ch76, ch77, ch78, ch79, ch80, ch81, ch82, ch83, ch84, ch85, ch86, ch87, ch88, ch89, ch90, ch91, ch92, ch93, ch