Crochet Pattern: Baby Blocks

By Rachel Choi – 8 Comments

New in the Crochet Spot Store, this baby block pattern allows for adding your own creativity! Yes, you can put letters or numbers on the blocks but you can also get creative and put your own animals or shapes on it if you’d like. The blocks are crocheted in 6 pieces (each crocheted in the round) that are then crocheted together so that no sewing is required. This pattern contains a step-by-step photo tutorial for assembling the pieces.

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  1. Angie says:

    Oh my Gosh! Super Cute! I can’t wait to make them / I even have a baby I can make them for! OH BOY! Thanks Rachel! 🙂

  2. Sarah Dee says:

    Cute. A great alternative for younger babies that shouldn’t use hard blocks.

  3. Olivia says:

    These are so cute! Too bad we already have plenty of blocks. Giant legos, wooden blocks, abc blocks, it goes on and on….

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  5. Teena says:

    what do you stuff these with so they hold the square shape?

    • Rachel says:

      Hi Teena, you can use regular stuffing like polyester fiberfill. The pattern does a pretty good job at keeping the shape, but be sure not to over stuff as that will distort the shape.

  6. Edwige simon says:

    Hi, I actually finished making one block and my corners look terrible. Does your pattern explain how to make clean edges on the block when you assemble it? If yes I would be happy to get it!

    • Rachel Choi says:

      Yes, this pattern has a photo tutorial for assembling the blocks and working the corner. If you need more help or tips while working this pattern, feel free to ask!

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