Crochet Baby Clutch Ball (and Petals to Picots Pattern Giveaway!)

I have been busy crocheting for the arrival of my baby girl! I can’t wait to show you everything I’ve been working on. I just finished this crochet baby clutch ball and couldn’t be more happy with it! The pattern is from my friend Kara at Petals to Picots. I can honestly say that this was one of the most rewarding crochet projects I have ever completed. The ball is made up of many different pieces that come together so beautifully in the end. And even though this one is going to be for my daughter, I hope to make several more as baby gifts. The color combinations are endless and I love the angular design. Perfect for little baby hands to grab onto!
You can purchase the pattern directly on Petals to Picots blog! Click HERE for purchase and instant download. The directions are detailed and include lots of photos. 
And while you are browsing Petals to Picots, be sure to check out her free pattern section as well! Kara is a very talented crochet designer with lots of great patterns and ideas.
Not sure you want to purchase it quite yet? Well you are in luck because Kara has agreed to giveaway a copy of the pattern to one lucky person! Thank you Kara!!
Enter below for your chance to win the 
Baby Clutch Ball Pattern by Petals to Picots.
(Only 1 winner. Winner will be e-mailed a PDF copy of the Baby Clutch Ball pattern.)


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  1. says

    That's so cute, I'd love to make this for our baby boy! Thans you so much tot all your wonderful ideas and inspiration!

  2. says

    That's so cute, I'd love to make this for our baby boy! Thans you so much tot all your wonderful ideas and inspiration!

    • says

      I took a look at the free pattern and I can definitely say that the pattern by Petals to Picots is worked up much differently. You end up sewing the wedges as one piece instead of the separate triangles and a long strip for the top as in the one on ravelry. Much easier in my opinion! (Less pieces = less sewing!) I also think the stitches come out much cleaner and tighter in the one I featured.

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