Designed for bathtime giggles and the ability to make a soft, cotton bath scrubbie. This little guy makes a great gift box topper!
I've always thought rubber ducks were just so cute. Only, I'm not really into plastics. So I decided to challenge myself to try making a crochet "rubber ducky". After I fell in love with the duck, I decided he needed a puddle to splash is so here it is!
This little ducky makes not only a great toy but is ready and willing to jump in the tub with you! When he's done you can just squeeze him out and toss him in the next load of laundry going in the dryer! (Just make sure to crochet him tight enough for the fiber fill to stay inside)
I used a 5.5mm hook but you'll want to use whatever hook gives you a thick, tight duck to keep in the poly fill.
I love to design crochet patterns! I'm a wife to a great hubby and Mom to two super fun kiddos. I've been designing kids toys and products for 5 years now and am having a blast. My kids and their ...
I love to design crochet patterns! I'm a wife to a great hubby and Mom to two super fun kiddos. I've been designing kids toys and products for 5 years now and am having a blast. My kids and their friends love to input on my designs and are full of new ideas. I hope you'll love my patterns and look me up again soon to check out my latest! You can also find my patterns as well as some finished items over at www.cuddlebugkids.etsy.com Thanks for looking!View all patterns by designer (17) »