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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Pack-N-Play Toy Organizer {Free Crochet Pattern}

 This Pack-n-Play toy organizer not only hangs on the end of the Pack-n-Play, but it doubles as a take along bag for baby's toys.

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The toy organizer makes a unique baby shower gift, and can be coordinated with Baby's nursery colors.
The toy organizer has straps so that it can hang on the end of a Pack-N-Play. This comes in handy when removing toys for nap time or changing sheets. The optional large pocket in front is a nice spot for books or diaper changing supplies.
Untie the straps, and they act as a drawstring to close up the "bag" when going on an overnight trip or packing up the Pack-N-Play.

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Pack-N-Play Toy Organizer

Caution: Only use this toy organizer when baby cannot yet stand in the pack n play. Remove it when child learns to pull themselves up. Babies can pull the ties loose and detach them, posing a safety hazard. (I have not heard of any injuries, but my 1 year old daughter recently pulled the tie off of hers, so I wanted to share the warning.)
Supplies:
Size J crochet hook
Worsted weight yarn
Yarn needle




Pattern:
Ch 63
Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook, and in each across. Turn. (60)
Row 2: Ch 3, dc in the space between the turning ch and the first dc of the previous row. *Ch 1, sk the next 2 dc, dc in the space between the last skipped dc and the next dc* repeat from *to* to end. Dc in the sp between the last dc and the turning ch3 of previous row. Turn. (31)
Rows 3-49: Ch 3, dc in the space between the first 2 dc. *ch 1, dc in the next ch 1 space* repeat from *to* across. Dc in the space between the last dc and the turning ch 3 of the previous row. Turn. (31)
Row 50: Ch 3, dc in first 2 dc, *dc in ch 1 sp, dc in next dc* repeat from *to* across. Dc in last dc.
Finish off and weave in ends.

Optional Large Pocket:
Make a 12 inch granny square of your choice. I followed this tutorial, continuing to make it 12 inches.

 For the Ties:
(Make 2)
Ch 100, sl st in each ch.
Finish off and weave in ends.

Assembly:
 Fold the main piece in half, lining up rows 1 and 50. Using a yarn needle and yarn, sew side, starting with rows 2 and 49 (leaving rows 1 and 50 unsewn. Sew all the way down, and repeat on the other side.
Sew the pocket on the front.
Weave one tie through the dc row on the top front, and repeat for the top dc row on the back with the other tie, leaving the ends for tying to the Pack-N-Play.




Happy Crocheting!
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