The No-Sew Stegosaurus pattern by KeinMaker is an easy and quick pattern that is great for any dinosaur-loving kiddo or adult. The design is made with bulky yarn for a quick make time. You can easily customize this adorable stegosaurus to fit any color scheme, and the end result is super cute and cuddly. I am really excited to add more dinosaurs to my inventory and to my son’s stuffed dinosaur collection with this adorable pattern.
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The Turtle Memory Game crochet pattern by Stitched by Shari includes directions to make a bag-like mama turtle that holds 12-20 baby turtles. Each of the babies has a colored circle on its belly, and the babies are made in pairs so kids of all ages can practice matching with them. This pattern is such an ingenious idea, that it is no wonder it has blown up in popularity!
Today, I want to share with you my new favorite project – a koala pillow. This pillow isn’t just incredibly soft and cozy, it’s also quick to make. It’s perfect for a nursery, baby shower gift or for any koala lover!
The idea for crocheting this monkey came to my mind when I decided to surprise my daughter with a one-of-a-kind gift. This fun amigurumi monkey toy is worked in simple single crochets, and there is a video tutorial as well.
Animal Amigurumi Adventures Volume II features 15 super adorable amigurumi patterns with super clear and precise directions! Like all of Lauren Espy’s patterns, they are well-written with all the best details and clear photos. It was so difficult to choose which animal to make first, that I already made almost half of the animals in this book! I highly recommend you check out this adorable amigurumi book and get making right away!
The Kitten Key Chain crochet pattern by ToyStoryPatternsAU works up super quickly with very minimal yarn. It is a great stash-buster and works great for market prep! While the pattern can be a bit tricky for a beginner, it is a well-written pattern for crocheters with experience in working up amigurumi. I highly recommend checking it out if you need a quick and adorable pattern to make up for your upcoming markets or if you just want to make an adorable kitten key chain!
I love how whimsical this little tooth is but what’s even better is the pocket on the back! If you have a light sleeper and the traditional route of making the tooth-for-cash swap under the pillow seems daunting, this is an excellent alternative!
The first pattern I worked up from Madeline Mae Co was the Mini Belly Ellie, and I have since made 5 more! This pattern works up super easily, and the finished project is nothing shy of adorable! I’m currently in full market-prep mode, and this pattern has been a lifesaver for working up medium-sized stuffies in blanket yarn to fill up my stand. Best part of this pattern- there is a bonus mod for a completely different design included in the already reasonably-priced pattern!
The Sleepy Collection by KayteDid’s is a great pattern for anyone that loves to make soft stuffies for kids. Whether you are gifting them or selling them, this pattern provides four different animal patterns that are perfect to make for gifts or markets in just a few hours. With the purchase of just this one pattern, you will have directions to make a unicorn, a bear, a dinosaur, or a cow. The pattern modifications to create each animal and to customize your project are really easy to follow, and give you endless possibilities for new toys to make.
I absolutely love everything about this Flexagon Amigurumi – it works up really quickly, it uses very few materials, and it makes a wonderful gift for kids and adults! As a math teacher, I also really love that it features little pyramids, because it makes for a great lesson in my classroom and a fun reward for my students!