*This handmade Grey Sloth Rattle is a one-of-a-kind rattle, made with love and made in the USA using USA-sourced materials. Baby will be enraptured with the rattle noises and the different textures of the yarn and the wood ring. This stimulation and engagement is great for brain development. This rattle is durable and will last through years of play! (I know because my son still has his and it is still intact and is almost three years old!) These rattles make the perfect baby shower or pregnancy gift, and would be great gifts for Baby!
-This is a Made-To-Order item so it will take 5-7 days to make and ship.
**As an added bonus, every order comes with a Free Baby Board Book!
*It is made with 100% cotton, a wooden ring, and Poly-fil filling all sourced from the USA. The plastic rattlebox is not from the USA. The eyes are embroidered for extra safety!
Wipe clean with a washcloth and let dry. Do not put in the washer or dishwasher or the wooden ring can become damaged.
*I take pride in my workmanship and craftsmanship as I make these adorable rattles while using as much material sourced in the US as possible. Being handmade, these rattles truly are one of a kind. No two will be exactly alike.
*Please never leave the child unattended while playing with this rattle. If something happens that the rattle breaks, please discard so it doesn’t present a choking hazard.
*Loving this rattle and can’t get enough? I have other rattles for sale right now too in my shop! The Grey Sloth rattle would go perfectly with a Brown Sloth rattle or even with an Elephant or Giraffe rattle or Lovey for a Jungle theme!
Thank you for visiting my shop! If you have any questions, send me a message! I’ll be happy to help!
*Want to know my process?
It takes about 6 hours to crochet each rattle, starting with the head. I stuff the head as I go, making sure not to forget the rattlebox inside! Making the eyes and sewing those on comes next. After that, I crochet the “body” to attach the head to the ring along with the leaves and stems. Next comes sewing it all together- first the stems to the ring and the leaves to the stems, then the body onto the ring, and then the head onto the body. Next is attaching the eyes and embroidering any other details like the mouth and nose. Last, but not least, I take the time to take and edit photos and get everything listed!
*Sloth, Elephant and Giraffe Rattle Patterns by YarnWave