In our home, at the height of summer, when it gets really hot and the house plants flourish, I sometimes see a strange creature rummaging through the basil, or chewing on the stems of our English Ivy. It’s hard to make out what exactly it is because it moves so fast, but if I didn’t know any better, I’d say it was a mini stegosaurus! Naturally,
This adorable crochet Haikyu crow would not have been possible if it hadn’t been requested by a fan and supporter of handmade work. I was approached on Etsy to design and create a pattern based on a character from the manga series, Haikyu. I was provided with a photo of a plush version and was asked if I’d be able to make a crochet version!
Even though, as I type this, the city is covered in inches of snow with thick flakes continuing to steadily fall I am optimistic that spring is just around the corner. It’s not that this winter has been horrible – it’s actually been a roller coaster of warm days and somewhat cold days, which is actually ideal for using my newest crochet accessories; wrist warmers!
Do you know someone who is crazy about Scrabble? Wouldn’t it be amazing if they had a unique pouch that showed their love of word games? If you’re eagerly nodding your head then keep scrolling because today I’m sharing a crochet Scrabble pouch pattern. Crochet Scrabble Pouch Pattern Notes: Follow the chart for colour changes. Each square represents one single crochet. If adding a zipper
I am excited because this cute little Eeyore finally has a body! And a tail! It’s been a fun project and I’ve enjoyed breaking it up into manageable parts. I hope the tutorials have helped new crocheters and amigurumists in particular. I’d love to know what you thought of the crochet along and if you’d like me to post more amigurumi in this way. And
A few months ago I came across a crochet lemon pattern by Twinkie Chan – she made the lemon stress ball last April for Stress Awareness Month – and like with most patterns I saved it with the intention to use it “some day.” For some time I’ve been wanting to crochet Lemongrab. He’s probably one of the most disliked AT characters and yet, we’re
Continuing from where we left off last week, in this post I’ll share the steps to make the heel and banana peel segments (ankle). Grab your half (“eaten”) banana and let’s get these slippers ready to wear! Click here for the first part of the pattern. Materials -approx. 100 grams worsted weight yarn in yellow -small amount of worsted weight yarn in dark brown -size
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner I thought I’d get into the lovey dovey mood and make a cute little crochet heart. This pattern is for a plushie heart that you can leave plain or dress up as you like – maybe add a cute amigurumi face or embroider a sweet love note! Materials -worsted weight yarn in red. I’m using Bernat – True
During one of our walks this weekend, Jay and I noticed pumpkins, spooky lawn decorations, so many beautiful orange leaves on the ground, and a cloudy, chilling haze overhead. Halloween was definitely in the air on Sunday afternoon. It was a little cold so to make our nature walk that much better I decided to grab a pumpkin spice latte and enjoy it in a mason jar