FF5 – Gone Fishin’

One popular pastime here in the Land of 10,000 Lakes is fishing. This week’s round up includes some cute crochet fishing patterns for kids to keep you busy on the rainy days.

Gone Fishin

1] The Fishing Game Kid’s Toy designed  by Alli Crafts makes it fun to “fish” the fish, and it can be used to help teach colors and counting. The storage bag flattens out into a play surface. This free pattern makes a fun portable game and a great gift idea! 

2] Fishermen all need their own hat! This adorable Fishing Hat Pattern for little ones is a free pattern from KatiDCreations. How cute for pictures!

3] You can use the School of Fish Blanket as a fun way for a toddler to start learning colors and how to count the fish. This free pattern by Jessie Rayot can be found on the Red Heart Website.

4] Angelica the Angelfish is a great catch! It measures 10 inches long so it’s the perfect size to tell your fish story. The best part is it’s a free Ravelry download from Lisa Kingsley.

5] The Crochet Island Play Set is from Squirrel Picnic and another fun way to learn while pretending to play at the beach! And the fact that this free pattern is also portable, makes it a perfect take-a-long toy! 



I hope these free patterns bring a “splash” of fun to your home and get your kids interested in the great outdoors! 

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Tracee

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