I just finished knitting a pretty awesome toy hammock for my little one. Unfortunatly there were a couple bumps along the way (i.e.: little one pulled my knitting needle from the thing at one point). Also I got side tracked a lot so stitches were improperly knitted. However, all that being said it actually turned out pretty well!
Need a giant pink toy hammock? This Whitmor model stretches out to six feet, so it’s ready to hold a lot of stuffed animals. All of your daughters favorite bears, soft dolls, and penguins can be contained instead of scattered throughout your house. Really, there’s not any more I can say about it…
Making a toy hammock is easy. This is not the kind of hammock that hangs in the corner of the room. This is the type of hammock that hangs on a crib or bed. They have been called crib toy bags, or stuffed animal bags. The toy hammock works great for hanging on bunk beds to store personal items in large families or college scenarios too. They are very cute and versitle.
Stitch up this versatile, adorable and really handy toy hammock for any nursery or child's room! Use it for organizing stuffed animals or for quickly stashing bedtime books. You can hang it on a crib, use it as a wall hanging or even use it for long trips in the car!
Size: 28" x 13 1/2".
Skill Level: Beginner
|Few (less than 10)||Shelf, small toy hammock|
|Between 10 and 30||toy chain, toy hammock, toy tree|
|More than 30||Toy Zoo, large toy hammock|