Firefighter’s Axe Baby Rattle Crochet Pattern

$2.99

Your little firefighter will love playing with this rattle shaped like Dad’s (or Mom’s) axe. These rattles make great shower gifts, photography props or accessories for baby’s Halloween costume.

Very versatile pattern. Use worsted weight yarn from your scrap basket (cotton or polyester). You can use an empty pill bottle to make the rattle or buy a rattle insert. I have also made them with a squeaker for a dog toy.

Also available as lumberjack axe, Viking axe, battle axe, and tomahawk in separate listings, or ebook containing all of these patterns. If you would like an axe rattle in a style you don’t see here, please feel free to send me a message, and I’ll see what I can create for you.

Skill level: Easy

Finished items measure approximately 8″ tall by 4” wide.

Materials you will need:
Small amounts of worsted weight yarn Size G crochet hook (cotton or polyester)
Yarn needle
Fiberfil or cotton stuffing
Rattle inserts – one 1-1/2″ flat and one 1″ round
(available at https://www.etsy.com/shop/ClothandCraft)

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This listing is for a CROCHET PATTERN in PDF format.
Pattern is available for instant download. Once payment is confirmed, you will receive a link to download the pattern. Make certain your email is up to date and accurate before purchasing. If you ever have any questions, please contact me at lisa@myfingersfly.com.
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No pattern or photograph may be reproduced or distributed — mechanically, electronically, or by any other means, including photocopying, without written permission of Lisa Ferrel. Finished products created with this pattern may be used for commercial sale. It would be greatly appreciated if you credit the design to My Fingers Fly (www.myfingersfly.com).

Photos by Chloe McKinney

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Firefighter's Axe Baby Rattle Crochet Pattern

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