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!
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This Belly Friend Giraffe by Madeline Mae Co. is not only one of the cutest stuffed toys ever, but it’s chunky belly and massive size make it quite the showstopper! This is my fourth time working up this pattern, and I absolutely love how the finished pattern turns out every time!
The Mini Sunflower Turtle pattern is an easy pattern to follow that requires very minimal sewing. It is perfect for batch-making for market prep, and is so customizable! You can make these cuties in a variety of color combinations, sizes, and fibers to have a whole collection! If you like sunflowers, turtles, or both, I highly suggest you try out this adorable pattern!
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!
This fun and easy granny square afghan is worked in one large continuous manner. It is a great on the go project, or to pair with watching your favorite TV show or movie. You don’t even need to count rounds if you don’t want to, just use a soft tape measure to measure as you go, and stop at the desired size. 8 sizes included and a video tutorial!
This month’s Yarn Crafts & Coffee finds include Spring, Summer and Fall free and paid crochet patterns, and a free knitting pattern for a cozy cardigan.