Posts Tagged: crochet

Hedgehog amigurumi <3

I finished this adorable hedgehog amigurumi and feel so proud! His “spines” took forever but I think the end product was well worth it. He’s stuffed with a combination of fabric scraps and fiberfill—a sturdy plushie indeed! Thanks for checking…Continue Reading →

Kitten Amigurumi: Expectation vs Reality!

Ever come across a pattern and think, “I could totally make that!” Well, dear reader, let me show you my silliest “expectation versus reality” project to date: This kitty eventually looked adorable, after much re-doing! I gifted her to my…Continue Reading →

Dragon egg dice bags

One of my favorite ways to use up my yarn is by making a dragon egg dice bag. This free pattern is courtesy of Cindy de Vries, and works up so quickly that you can finish one in a day!…Continue Reading →

My finished llama amigurumi! It’s…llamagurumi? :)

Hi everyone! Check out my adorable llama amigurumi below. Pattern courtesy of Kamidake Fiber Arts and available for purchase on Ravelry. I also made a gray one because the pattern was so easy and fun! Enjoy your lovely weekend and…Continue Reading →

Can you guess what I’m making?

Here is your hint: There is one more gray skein not pictured here currently in use…Can you guess my latest project? Check out the tags for more hints! 🙂

Kangaroo plushie – Amigurumi fun!

Hello everyone! Below you’ll see one of my favorite amigurumi projects: a kangaroo complete with her little joey inside her pouch. You’ll find this pattern, and MANY others, in Zoomigurumi 3. That’s all for now! Enjoy your week 🙂

Crocheted Christmas Ornaments – too cute!

If you’re like me, you are already thinking about Christmas and planning all the handmade items you’ll give to friends and family. I love these crocheted Christmas ornaments because they’re highly customizable and work up quickly. These patterns are available…Continue Reading →

“Sensum” sweater, as modeled by my husband

Morning! Today I’m sharing an older finished project, but one that turned out quite different than I expected. Behold Linda Skuja‘s “Sensum” sweater, a pattern available for purchase in her Etsy shop and on Ravelry. First, it ended up HUGE!…Continue Reading →