Some of my most loved toys when I was a girl were my toys that my mom had made or ones that other relatives had fashioned. While not all of them were knitted, they were all loved very much. My grandfather made me a couple of baby cribs out of wood that were amazing and lasted through years of play. There is something that store-bought toys cannot duplicate anymore and that is amazing quality, and since so much love goes into them, they last for years and years and even generations. My daughter was able to play with those toys, too. Here are 10 free knit toy patterns to start creating your own memories.
10 Free Knit Toy Patterns
If your child loves carrying around baby dolls, they will love this Baby Love Sling by A Little Time to Share.
Cut Out & Keep has a great Zebra and Panda Bear Knit Puppet pattern available. They would be great for a set of siblings.
This adorable Knit Dragon from Knitty is sure to inspire hours of imaginary play.
Rainebo Designs via Craftsy has created a very nice toy for a baby/toddler. This “Counterpillar” is similar to the stacking toys we all know but is made of soft yarn, instead.
I have never seen anything quite like this Knit Drag Race Car from DrFrankKnits. They really are the perfect toy for babies and toddlers.
If you don’t want to sew a sock money, you can always knit one with this free Sock Monkey Pattern from Lavender Knits.
Based on the classic Children’s book, these two Very Hungry Caterpillars from A Little Knit are sure to delight your child.
If you have a Hello Kitty fan in your house, they will love this Hello Kitty Knit Plush from knitterbees. It truly is a very nice pattern, but it looks like it might be for intermediate to advanced knitters.
For kids that love play food (what kid doesn’t?), make them these Ice Cream Sandwiches from Dr. FrankNknits.
Play a classic game of checkers on this knitted Checker Board by A Little Homie. Wouldn’t this be perfect to pack for trips?