Educational Crochet Toy Balls – Free Patterns

Crochet toy balls are great for learning and playing! Because we all know that the best way to learn is through playing, right? Undoubtedly! With this in mind, we have prepared this selection of Educational Crochet Toy Balls for all the craft-loving parents and grandparents out there. If you are a friend of the family invited to a child’s birthday party, these patterns will surely save the day as well! Check out the free 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 Little Sea Amigurumi and Koala Amigurumi.

Educational Baby Ball Free Crochet Pattern

Let your baby learn and play with this lovely crochet ball. Round, soft, decorated with blooming flowers and friendly animals. Pure perfection, isn’t it? Evidently! You can easily customize the ball to suit your baby’s needs and preferences.

Level: upper beginner Author: Patricia Heller

The original pattern and the photos are on

Flower Amish Puzzle Ball Free Crochet Pattern

Is your baby ready for a crochet puzzle? Obviously! This is a pattern for three separate pieces that the little ones need to assemble together to create a soft flower ball. The project is not only absolutely lovely but also very sense-stimulating. 

Level: upper beginner Author: Dedri Uys

The original pattern is on More info on Info about this version and the photos are on

Bee Stacking Toy Free Crochet Pattern

What an original idea for a crochet toy! The smallest children will certainly have loads of fun playing with this adorable bee. The pattern has recently been released by the one and only author behind Elisa’s Crochet. Exciting!

Level: upper beginner Author: Elisa’s Crochet

The original pattern and the photos are on

3 thoughts on “Educational Crochet Toy Balls – Free Patterns

  1. Can I get the pattern for the ball with the animal faces and flower?? I find the flower pattern, but I would like this pattern. Thank you.

    1. Hi Carolyn, If you scroll down just below the photo, you will find the link to the pattern there. Let us know if you have a problem and definitely share your creation with us. Happy crocheting!

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