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    Toy Book with Farm Animals Free Crochet Pattern

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    Welcome to the happy and lively field of learning with our Farm Animal Toy Book! 🌾🐷📚🌻 This is not just a book, but an interactive experience that takes little ones on an enchanting journey through life on the farm. 🚜🐄📖🌞 With every page turned, kids will discover a new animal friend, from the dairy cow to the splashing duck. 🐮🦆🌿📚 Vivid illustrations and friendly texts invite little readers to immerse themselves in a world where they can learn by playing. 🐑📘

    👶🍏 This toy book is more than a story; is a tactile and visual adventure that stimulates curiosity and love for animals. 🐔🐴🌼📗 Get ready to watch children’s eyes shine with excitement as they learn about the farm and its charming inhabitants. 🦄📕🚜

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     learning adventure awaits on every page of this wonderful toy book! 🐇📙👧🌻

    🧶 100% cotton, 50g/125m
    🧶 Yarn A: 289, Greyish Blue, 1 ball
    🧶 Yarn B: 223, Blush Pink, 1 ball
    🧶 Yarn C: 2133, Dark Mint, 1 ball
    🧶 Yarn D: 2218, Hazelnut, 1 🧶 Yarn
    E: 2212, Linen, 2 balls
    🧶 Yarn F: 326, Ivory, 1 ball
    🧶 Yarn G: 2180, Bright Yellow, 1 ball
    🧶 Mini, 100% cotton, 20g/50m
    🧶 Yarn H: 2232, Light Gray , 1 ball
    🧶 Yarn I: 325, Black, 1 ball
    🧶 Yarn J: 2192, Pale Pink, 1 ball
    🧶 Yarn K: 386, Pink, 1 ball
    🧶 100% polyamide, 50g/65m
    🧶 Yarn L: 326, Ivory, 1 ball
    🧶 Crochet hook 2.5mm
    🧶 Crochet hook 4.0mm
    🧶 Wool needle Star teether ring Dark mint, shade 325
    🧶 Stitch marker Rattle beads 25mm
    🧶 Lap counter 2 pairs of 12mm oval safety eyes
    🧶 Scissors 1 pair of eyes 10mm round safety
    eyes 🧶 Fiber filling 1 pair of 8mm round safety eyes
    🧶 3 15mm silicone beads Flat whistle
    🧶 12 12mm silicone beads 1mm Gray wax cord
    🧶 White toy ring Blush and a makeup brush
    🧶 3 safety rings plastic 35mm yellow

    sc = chain
    am: magic friend
    Ps: slipped stitch
    sc = single crochet
    dc = double crochet
    inc = 2 sc in the next stitch dec
    = decrease by knitting 2 stitches together in single crochet
    dpa: double double crochet
    hdc = half double crochet
    ( ): Patterns inside parentheses must be repeated the indicated number of times
    Blo: working only in the back loop of each stitch
    Flo: working only in the front loop of each stitch
    hdc = half double crochet

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    Sample
    10 stitches x 10 rows in single crochet = 5x5cm/ 1.97×1.97”, knitted with a 2.5mm hook or the size necessary to achieve the sample.

    Measurements
    Approximately 14x14cm/ 5.5×5.5”

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    Pattern Information
    Pattern Construction: You begin by weaving the pages of the book. Then, you will knit all the applications. To finish, you will assemble the book and sew the spine of the booklet.

    Book pages (8x)

    Knit consecutively with Thread E 4 pages, with Thread D 1 page, with Thread C 1 page, with Thread A 1 page and with

    the Thread B 1 page.

    Knit using the following Yarn and a 2.5mm hook. After each row, work a turning chain and turn the work.

    Row 1: Chain 31

    Row 2: Work 1 single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 29 more single crochets [30]

    Row 3-34: 30 single crochet [30]

    Cut the thread and leave a long tail. Hide the ends.

    cow application

    Head

    Use Yarn J and a 2.5mm crochet hook. From row 2 onwards: After each row, work a turning chain and turn the work.

    Row 1: Chain 15

    Row 2: Work 1 single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 13 more single crochets [14]

    Row 3: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 12 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [16]

    Row 4: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 14 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [18]

    Row 5: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 16 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [20]

    Row 6-10: 20 single crochets [20]

    Row 11: decrease 1 single crochet, 16 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [18]

    Row 12: decrease 1 single crochet, 14 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [16]

    Switch to Thread F.

    Row 13-15: 16 single crochets [16]

    Row 16: decrease 1 single crochet, 12 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [14]

    Row 17-18: 14 single crochets [14]

    Row 19: decrease 1 single crochet, 10 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [12]

    Row 20-22: 12 single crochets [12]

    Row 23: decrease 1 single crochet, 8 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [10]

    Row 24: decrease 1 single crochet, 6 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [8]

    Row 25: decrease 1 single crochet, 4 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [6]

    Knit a single crochet edge around the head. Switch to Thread J for the snout and back to Thread F for the rest.

    Cut the thread and leave a long tail, but do not hide the ends yet.

    Insert 12mm oval safety eyes between rows 17 and 18, 6 stitches apart.

    horns

    Use a 2.5mm crochet hook and join Yarn H, in the 2nd single crochet at the top of the cow’s head. Chain 5, work 1 half double crochet in the 3rd chain from the hook, 2 half double crochets, 1 slipped stitch. Cut the thread and leave a long tail. Hide the ends.

    Use a 2.5mm hook and reattach Thread H, in the 5th single crochet at the top of the cow’s head. Chain 5, work 1 half double crochet in the 3rd chain from the hook, 2 half double crochets, 1 slipped stitch. Cut the thread and leave a long tail. Hide the ends.

    black ear mark

    Use Thread I and a 2.5mm hook. From row 2 onwards: After each row, work a turning chain and turn the work.

    Row 1: Chain 7

    Row 2: Work 1 single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 5 more single crochets [6]

    Row 3: decrease 1 single crochet, 2 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [4]

    Row 4: [decrease 1 single crochet] x2 [2]

    Row 5: decrease 1 single crochet [1]

    Knit a single crochet border around the ear mark. Cut the thread and leave a long tail. 

    Sew the ear mark to the head.

    Hide the ends.

    Ears (2x)

    Knit one ear using Yarn I and another ear using Yarn F and a 2.5mm hook. Knit in a spiral.

    Round 1: Knit 6 single crochets in a magic ring [6]

    Round 2: *2 single crochets in the next single crochet; repeat from * until the end of the round [12]

    Round 3-5: 12 single crochets [12]

    Round 6: *2 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet; repeat from * until the end of the round [9]

    Round 7-8: 9 single crochets [9]

    Fold the ears in the middle and work 4 single crochets to close the ears. Cut the thread and leave a long tail. Fold the ears in the middle again

    and sew the ears to the head. Hide the ends.

    Nostrils

    Using Thread H, embroider the nostrils on the snout. Hide the ends.

    sheep application

    Head

    Use Yarn H and a 2.5mm crochet hook. From row 2 onwards: After each row, work a turning chain and turn the work.

    Row 1: Chain 15

    Row 2: Work 1 single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 13 more single crochets [14]

    Row 3: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 12 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [16]

    Row 4: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 14 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [18]

    Row 5: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 16 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [20]

    Row 6-11: 20 single crochets [20]

    Row 12: decrease 1 single crochet, 16 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [18]

    Row 13-15: 18 single crochets [18]

    Switch to Thread L and use a 4.0mm/US-G hook.

    Row 16: decrease 1 single crochet, 14 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [16]

    Row 17: 16 single crochets [16]

    Row 18: decrease 1 single crochet, 12 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [14]

    Row 19: *decrease 1 single crochet; repeat from * to the end of the row [7]

    Row 20: decrease 1 single crochet, 3 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [5]

    Knit a single crochet edge around the head. Change to the snout to Yarn H and a 2.5mm hook and for the

    rest return to Thread L and a 4.0mm/US-G hook.

    Cut the thread and leave a long tail, but do not hide the ends yet.

    Insert 8mm round safety eyes between rows 9 and 10, 9 stitches apart.

    Ears (2x)

    Use Yarn L and a crochet hook

    4.0mm/ US-G.

    Row 1: Chain 6

    Row 2: Work 2 double crochets in the 3rd chain from the hook, 2 double crochets in the next chain, 1 half double crochet, 1 double crochet [6]

    Cut the thread and leave a long tail. Sew the ears to the head. Hide the ends.

    Blush and nose

    Use Thread I, embroider the nose. Using blush and a brush, do the blush on the cheeks. Hide the ends.

    Pork application

    Head

    Use Yarn K and a 2.5mm crochet hook. From row 2 onwards: After each row, work a turning chain and turn the work.

    Row 1: Chain 13

    Row 2: Work 1 single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 11 more single crochets [12]

    Row 3: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 10 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [14]

    Row 4: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 12 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [16]

    Row 5: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 14 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [18]

    Row 6: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 16 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [20]

    Row 7-14: 20 single crochets [20]

    Row 15: decrease 1 single crochet, 16 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [18]

    Row 16: 18 single crochets [18]

    Row 17: decrease 1 single crochet, 14 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [16]

    Row 18: decrease 1 single crochet, 12 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [14]

    Row 19: decrease 1 single crochet, 10 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [12]

    Row 20: decrease 1 single crochet, 8 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [10]

    Knit a single crochet edge around the head.

    Cut the thread and leave a long tail, but do not hide the ends yet.

    Insert 10mm round safety eyes between rows 13 and 14, 6 stitches apart.

    Snout

    Use Yarn K and a 2.5mm crochet hook. From row 2 onwards: After each row, work a turning chain and turn the work.

    Row 1: Chain 7

    Row 2: Work 1 single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 5 more single crochets [6]

    Row 3: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 4 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [8]

    Row 4-5: 8 single crochets [8]

    Row 6: decrease 1 single crochet, 4 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [6]

    Row 7: decrease 1 single crochet, 2 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [4]

    Knit a single crochet border around the snout.

    Cut the thread and leave a long tail.

    Using Thread D, embroider the nostrils. Then, sew the snout to the head, using the end of the K thread. Hide the ends.

    Ears (2x)

    Use Yarn K and a 2.5mm crochet hook. From row 2 onwards: After each row, work a turning chain and turn the work.

    Row 1: Chain 7

    Row 2: Work 1 single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 5 more single crochets [6]

    Row 3-4: 6 single crochets [6]

    Row 5: decrease 1 single crochet, 2 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [4]

    Row 6: [decrease 1 single crochet] x2 [2]

    Row 7: decrease 1 single crochet [1]

    Knit a single crochet edge around the ears.

    Cut the thread and leave a long tail. Sew the ears to the head. Hide the ends and fold the ears in the correct shape.

    Rabbit app

    Head

    Use Yarn F and a 2.5mm crochet hook. From row 2 onwards: After each row, work a turning chain and turn the work.

    Row 1: Chain 13

    Row 2: Work 1 single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 11 more single crochets [12]

    Row 3: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 10 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [14]

    Row 4: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 12 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [16]

    Row 5: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 14 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [18]

    Row 6: 2 single crochets in the next single crochet, 16 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet [20]

    Row 7-14: 20 single crochets [20]

    Row 15: decrease 1 single crochet, 16 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [18]

    Row 16: decrease 1 single crochet, 14 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [16]

    Row 17: decrease 1 single crochet, 12 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [14]

    Row 18: decrease 1 single crochet, 10 single crochets, decrease 1 single crochet [12]

    Knit a single crochet edge around the head.

    Cut the thread and leave a long tail, but do not hide the ends yet.

    Insert 12mm oval safety eyes between rows 8 and 9, 6 points apart. Use Thread K to embroider the nose.

    Ears (2x)

    Use Yarn F and a 2.5mm crochet hook. Knit in a spiral.

    Round 1: Knit 6 single crochets in a magic ring [6]

    Round 2: *1 single crochet, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet; repeat from * until the end of the round [9]

    Round 3: 9 single crochets [9]

    Round 4: *2 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet; repeat from * until the end of the round [12]

    Round 5 and 6: 12 single crochets [12]

    Round 7: *3 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet; repeat from * until the end of the round [15]

    Round 8 and 9: 15 single crochets [15]

    Round 10: *4 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet; repeat from * until the end of the round [18]

    Round 11 to 17: 18 single crochets [18]

    Fold the ears in the middle and work 9 single crochets to close the ears. Sew the ears to the head and make sure to fold

    the sides of the ears inward. Hide the ends. Use blush and a brush to make the inside of the ears pink.

    Star application

    Storage pocket

    Use Yarn G and a 2.5mm crochet hook. From row 2 onwards: After each row, work a turning chain and turn the work.

    Row 1: Chain 21

    Row 2: Work 1 single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 19 more single crochets [20]

    Row 3-10: 20 single crochets [20]

    Knit a single crochet border around the pocket. Cut the thread and leave a long tail, but do not hide the ends yet.

    Star

    Use Yarn F and a 2.5mm crochet hook. Knit in closed rounds.

    Round 1: Chain 3 and 14 double crochets in a magic ring, close with 1 slipped stitch in the 3rd chain [15]

    Round 2: *1 single crochet, chain 6 and work 1 single crochet in the 3rd chain from the hook, 1 half double crochet in the next chain, 1 double crochet in the next chain, 1 triple double crochet in the next chain, skip 2 points in round 1; repeat from * until the end of the round.

    Cut the thread and leave a long tail, but do not hide the ends yet.

    Bead for the biting star

    Use Thread E and a 2.5mm hook. From row 2 onwards: After each row, work a turning chain and turn the work.

    Row 1: Chain 4

    Row 2: Work 1 single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 2 more single crochets [3]

    Row 3-8: 3 single crochets [3]

    Thread the teether star onto the cord.

    Knit row 9 through the base chain of row 1 and through row 8.

    Row 9: 3 single crochets [3]

    Row 10-30: 3 single crochets [3]

    Cut the thread and leave a long tail, but do not hide the ends yet.

    Rings application

    Bows (3x)

    Use Thread E and a 2.5mm hook. From row 2 onwards: After each row, work a turning chain and turn the work.

    Row 1: Chain 5

    Row 2: Work 1 single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 3 more single crochets [4]

    Row 3-15: 4 single crochets [4]

    Thread the 35mm plastic ring onto the loop.

    Fold the strap in half and work 4 single crochets through the base chain of row 1 and through row 15 to close the loop. Cut the thread and leave a long tail, but do not hide the ends yet.

    Glue application

    Cola

    Start with a thread end of about 10cm/ 4”. Use Yarn F and a 2.5mm crochet hook. Knit in a spiral.

    Round 1: Knit 6 single crochets in a magic ring [6]

    Round 2: *1 single crochet, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet; repeat from * until the end of the round [9]

    Round 3-12: 9 single crochets [9]

    Cut the thread and leave a long tail, but do not hide the ends yet.

    Weaving around the rattle bead

    Use Thread I and a 2.5mm hook. Knit in a spiral.

    Round 1: Knit 6 single crochets in a magic ring [6]

    Round 2: *2 single crochets in the next single crochet; repeat from * until the end of the round [12]

    Round 3: *1 single crochet, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet; repeat from * until the end of the round [18]

    Round 4: 18 single crochets in back loop [18]

    Round 5-7: 18 single crochets [18]

    Insert the rattle bead into the work.

    Round 8: *1 single crochet, decrease 1 single crochet; repeat from * until the end of the round [12]

    Round 9: *decrease 1 single crochet; repeat from * until the end of the round [6]

    Cut the thread and leave a long tail. Pull the yarn through the remaining 6 front loops and pull tight. Hide the ends.

    Sew the woven rattle bead cover to the bottom of the tail.

    Fringe

    Cut 4 strands of 10cm/ 4” Thread I. Loop the strands into a fringe at the bottom of the woven rattle bead cover.

    Cut to size if necessary.

    Book mold

    Use Yarn G and a 2.5mm crochet hook. From row 2 onwards: After each row, work a turning chain and turn the work.

    Row 1: Chain 8

    Row 2: Work 1 single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 6 more single crochets [7]

    Row 3-100: 7 single crochets [7]

    Cut the thread and leave an extra long tail.

    Assembly of the toy book

    Cow and star app

    – Sew the cow on the knitted page with Thread C. Lightly stuff the head while knitting. Hide the ends;

    – Sew the storage pocket onto the woven page with Thread E, leaving the top of the pocket open to store the star. Hide the ends;

    – Sew the star on the pocket and partially on the page. Hide the ends;

    – Sew the cord with the star teether on the left side of the page. Hide the ends;

    – Place the pages of the cow and the star on top of each other with the wrong sides facing each other and join them by knitting with Thread C and a 2.5mm crochet hook. Work 3 single crochets in the corners to turn. Cut the thread and leave a long tail. Hide the ends.

    Sheep and beads application

    – Sew the sheep on the knitted page with Thread B. Lightly stuff the head while knitting. Hide the ends;

    – Cut three strands of wax cord measuring 25cm/ 9.8”. Make a fringe with 3x a thread on the page with Thread E. Thread 3 12mm silicone beads and 1 15mm silicone bead on both parts of the cord. Tie a tight knot at the bottom;

    – Place the pages of the sheep and the beads on top of each other with the wrong sides facing each other and join them by knitting with Thread B and a 2.5mm crochet hook. Work 3 single crochets in the corners to turn. Cut the thread and leave a long tail. Hide the ends.

    Pig and rings app

    – Sew the pig on the woven page with Thread D. Place the whistle between the head and the page while sewing. Hide the ends;

    – Sew the rings on the worked page with Thread E and hide the ends;

    – Place the pig pages and the rings on top of each other with the wrong sides facing each other and join them by knitting with Yarn D and a 2.5mm crochet hook. Work 3 single crochets in the corners to turn. Cut the thread and leave a long tail. Hide the ends.

    Rabbit and tail app

    – Sew the rabbit on the woven page with Thread A. Lightly stuff the head while sewing. Hide the ends;

    – Sew the tail on the woven page with Thread E and hide the ends;

    – Place the pages of the rabbit and the tail on top of each other with the wrong sides facing each other and join them by knitting with Yarn A and a 2.5mm crochet hook. Work 3 single crochets in the corners to turn. Cut the thread and leave a long tail. Hide the ends.

    Making the spine of the book

    – Sew the cow page to the sheep page, followed by the pig page, and finish with the rabbit page;

    – Sew the spine from bottom to top on the side of the book. Wrap the remaining spine strap around the toy ring and secure it to the top of the book. Hide the ends.

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