Cute Crochet Security Blankets – Free Patterns

These adorable crochet toys are called loveys or security blankets. A project like that may have many names, but one thing makes it absolutely one of a kind. It’s a combination of a small, worked-flat blanket and amigurumi added in the center. Blankie makes a little “skirt”, which is attached to amigurumi’s head and hands. Loveys come in all shapes and sizes, and there are no rules on how they should look like! How great is that, right? We surely love it!


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There are even designs that add paws and head at the edges of the blanket, and it looks absolutely gorgeous. Choose whichever animal you like, or even go beyond that and make a lovey that features your favorite movie character. Possibilities are endless! Trust us! We have seen many of them! Make Cute Crochet Security Blankets your next projects! Check out these patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Baby Rattles and Chevron Baby Blankets.

Crochet Serape Lovey Free Pattern

This adorable lovey in southwestern style by Bethany Dearden will be a great gift! Why are we so sure? Because it’s very on-trend! Tapestry crochet blanket gives you a perfect opportunity to hone your skills in this technique, so don’t wait. Try it ASAP!

Level: intermediate Author: Bethany Dearden

The original pattern and the photos are on whistleandivy.com. More info on ravelry.com.

A Bunny To Love Crochet Lovey Blanket Free Pattern

A simple star-shaped blanket is a great base for a lovely bunny blanket. Crochet 365 Knit Too always inspires us with the most delightful patterns. What is the conclusion here? Well, you need to try this one today! Think pink!

Level: upper beginner Author: Crochet 365 Knit Too

The original pattern and the photos are on crochet365knittoo.com

Crochet Snuggle Bunny Baby Lovey Free Pattern

Ashleigh Kiser designed one of the cutest crochet loveys we have ever seen! This bunny blanket is made with two kinds of yarn. One of them gives the lovey beautiful fluffiness your little ones will adore! And trust us, you will too!

Level: upper beginner Author: Ashleigh Kiser

The original pattern and the photos are on sewrella.com

Pinky The Piggy Security Blanket Crochet Pattern

This paid pattern is worth every penny because Pinky The Piggy Blanket looks simply delightful! The cute piggy with a structural blanket will be a beautiful baby shower gift. Experiment with pastel colors to suit your baby’s taste!

Level: intermediate Author: Ira Rott Designs

The original pattern and the photos are on etsy.com

Petunia The Panda Lovey Free Crochet Pattern

This project is great for beginners, so you will make it in no time even if you do not have a lot of experience with yarn crafts. In addition, shell edging adds a nice detail. And you will get to learn a new technique! How awesome, right? Yay!

Level: beginner Author: A Purpose and a Stitch

The original pattern and the photos are on apurposeandastitch.com

Crochet Little Lamb Lovey Free Pattern

It looks like we love everything about this Crochet Lamb Lovey designed by Sewrella. It is big enough to cuddle with forever, and it is also fun to make! This little sweetie will be your baby’s favorite sleep buddy, so try making it today.

Level: upper beginner Author: Sewrella

The original pattern and the photos are on sewrella.com

Sunny The Sleepy Bunny Lovey Crochet Pattern

This stunning doll is stunning mostly because of the decorative fan stitch. And because of the colors. And because of the bunny’s sweet little face! Oh, we could go on forever. Why don’t you see for yourself? The pattern by Ira Rott Designs is paid, but it’s definitely worth it.

Level: intermediate Author: Ira Rott Designs

The original pattern and the photos are on etsy.com

Puppy Lovey Free Crochet Pattern

The simplest ideas sometimes give us the most impressive results, don’t they? Without a doubt! A simple star-shaped blanket and an amigurumi puppy. This is enough to make an adorable toy for your baby! So much room for experiments here too!

Level: beginner Author: Crochetfromaland

The original pattern and the photos are on crochetfromaland.wordpress.com

Security Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Wow, just look at this sweet beast designed by Olivia Silva. It doesn’t have to be obvious what kind of animal the lovey is about, right? This adorable character can become whatever you want her or him to be. Play with colors!

Level: upper beginner Author: Olivia Silva, photo: brunasa

The original pattern and the photos are on translate.google.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Snuggle Lamb Baby Lovey Blanket Crochet Pattern

Oh, so cute! Too cute to be true? We think so! A crochet lamb baby lovey made with bobble stitch will be great for little ones’ evening cuddles because it is so soft, warm, and snuggly! The pattern by Julie Erskine is paid but wonderful!

Level: intermediate Author: Julie Erskine

The original pattern and the photos are on craftinghappiness.co.uk. More info on ravelry.com.

Kitten Baby Lovey Free Crochet Pattern

Anyone looking for gifts for a special little someone? Rhondda Mol from Oombawka Design comes to our rescue with this crochet pattern for a delightful baby lovey. Make a set with an amigurumi kitten in bright colors – your baby will certainly adore it.

Level: upper beginner Author: Rhondda Mol (Oombawka Design)

The original pattern and the photos are on oombawkadesigncrochet.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Airplane Lovey Free Crochet Pattern

Cool and easy to crochet! This is the perfect example of a pattern every craft-loving parent should have in their repertoire. If you are going to a baby shower or a toddler’s birthday party, you have just found a great idea for a gift.

Level: beginner Author: Lindsey Dale

The original pattern and the photos are on windingroadcrochet.com. More info on ravelry.com.

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