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!
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The Atticus Rat Doll is hands down the most detailed amigurumi I have ever made. The designer, Cottontail & Whiskers, provided an extremely detailed description of each step along the way with over seventy photos showing important steps in the process. The pattern also includes a bonus pattern for a cockroach pal named Splat. This pattern is definitely worth every penny, and I would recommend it to anyone that is looking for a pattern for a cute and detailed rat stuffed doll.
I cannot overstate how comfortable this piece is. I realize part of that is to the credit of the yarn, which is one of my all-time favorites because it’s so luxuriously soft and perfect for garments, but I need to credit the designer as well. This shape is very boxy and simple, but having the edgings all pull in tighter and give it some flattering curves is so smart! It’s light, it’s comfy and warm but not too thick, and I can see myself wearing it all of the fall season.
When I saw this bunny lovey, I thought it was the perfect choice for a Summer baby shower gift. The crochet pattern was easy to follow and there are plenty of pictures for you to reference.
The Mini Cupcake Plushie crochet pattern works up super quickly with just a little bit of yarn. It is completely no sew, which is a major time saver! This pattern can be made in almost any type of yarn and any color combination, so you can whip up a bunch for easy party favors, gifts, or craft fair inventory. You could even make a bunch of tiny ones and string them together to make a garland!
I have made these eggs multiple times because they are that quick, easy and fun to make! Plus, they are a big hit with kids! They are soft, reusable and they won’t break so I have gotten many a request for these to go in Easter baskets as well as for decoration for the Easter holiday.
This is a crochet pattern review of the Mini Mandala Shoulder Bag pattern from designer Lena Skvagerson for Annie’s Signature Designs. Review done by A Stitch Shy of Normal for EyeLoveKnots. This post contains affiliate links for Annie’s Catalog, WeCrochet and Lion Brand Yarns. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make… Read more
The Bitty Buddies Collection does not disappoint! The finished pieces were absolutely adorable and they are the perfect gift for babies, toddlers, and little kids! I could barely keep my kids away from my finished pieces! Stuck on You Crochet created a great pattern that makes duplicating her precious little buddies easy for anyone with a bit of crocheting experience and a desire to make something adorable!
The pattern is very easy to follow, and gives sizing for newborns through adult. I went with two simple colors, but would love cute in any number of color combinations!
It’s nearly February and hearts are everywhere you look. Don’t get me wrong; I’m not against Valentine’s Day at all! But I couldn’t resist the opportunity to create something that is the antithesis of the usual cutesy symbol of love. I think it is a fantastic twist on tradition.