"Making a Ball"



There are more different types of balls than practically any other toy. Here is a collection for the small set, created to bring fun and comfort into your children’s lives.

A great way to teach babies and small children to throw and catch is by giving them one of these crochet toys. You will also be helping them develop the use of their hands and fingers, promoting great eye - hand coordination. These crochet toys are easy for small hands and fingers to grab hold of, can't be swallowed, and won't damage either you, your possessions or the child.

They will learn eye/hand coordination without harming themselves or you in the process. Your walls and treasured possessions will also remain in one piece.

If you would like to foster a budding cricketer, footballer, tennis player, or baseball player, what better way than to give a soft cute toy as an early childhood gift?

You may support a particular team and wish to share your interest by working a crochet football, for example, in your favorite team’s colors.

The crochet toys shown at the top of this page are bright and attractive, as well as quick, easy and inexpensive to make.

Make your ball unique by monogramming the child's initial onto it!

If you click on the links above, my free patterns are available for you to try.

If you would like to learn how to crochet quickly and easily, my “CROCHET MADE EASY” e-book gives complete step by step instructions and photographs to help you master this beautiful craft, along with tips and information on caring for your finished projects so you may have years of enjoyment from them. HAPPY CROCHETING!

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