Now, let me share a little secret with ya… Every time I dip into my yarn stash, it’s like diving into a pool of memories. And you know what? My latest dive resulted in this adorable toy’s swim ring crochet pattern. Picture this: Tiny dolls, enjoying their very own pool party, with these miniature swim rings! It’s not just a pattern; it’s an invitation for our toys to join in the summer fun.
Ah, the countless hours I’ve spent, crochet hook in hand, crafting tiny wonders! This pattern, my friends, is close to my heart. It reminds me of childhood days, water splashes, and endless giggles. Gosh, the sheer joy of creating something so small yet filled with so much character… indescribable! If you’ve got little ones at home or are a doll enthusiast, you’re in for a treat.
Dive in, and let your creativity float!
Materials & Tools
- Yarn Art Jeans #01, white
- Yarn Art Jeans #90, red
- Yarn Art Jeans #68, blue
- 1.5 mm crochet hook
- Stuffing material
Sc – single crochet
Ch – chain
Sl st – slip stitch
St – stitch
Rnd – rnd
With red thread.
Rnd 1: chain 16. Join in a ring with a sl st. Then work in the round without turning chains. Make sure the chain doesn’t twist.
Rnd 2-15: work in redL 16 sc (14 rounds – across 16)
Rnd 16-29: work in white 16 sc (14 rounds – across 16)
Rnd 30-43: work in red 16 sc (14 rounds – across 16)
Rnd 44-57: work in white 16 sc (14 rounds – across 16)
Stuff tightly and sew both edges together.
Next, attach a blue thread and wind it in several layers around the swim ring.