I’ve finally managed to work some more on perhaps my largest project to date, the wonderful Rocket! He has both legs and one arm now.
He’s coming along so well. I completely removed both his arms and did them all over again because his feet and legs turned out so much better than the first version of his arms and I needed them to match.
I think this is one of the most important things when working on a new freehand work, you have to be willing to completely unravel and start over again.
I’m hopeful I’ll be able to finish the second arm and start on his jumpsuit before Halloween!
Finished another amigurumi! This time it’s the mighty Thor. 😀
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My mom asked me to make her a Thor doll to cuddle, so I did.
I am now officially settled in London, UK. The move went well, still waiting for a few boxes to come from Canada (especially the ones that have my yarn in them) but I’m already feeling quite at home here. Having lots of fun, meeting new awesome people and enjoying the city tremendously.
I’ve been working on another new pattern lately. This time it’s for an amigurumi style dress-up doll. I’ve completed a few dolls and am somewhat happy with the pattern, though I will probably change the limbs and body before I finalize the patterns since I’d like the doll to be able to stand up on their own, which they can’t really do yet. So there’s still work to be done. However, I’ve finished five base dolls and have clothed three of them so far. I will finish the other two before re-working the body and limb patterns into something I might be more happy with.
So far I’ve made dolls for the two boys I used to nanny (twins, four years old now) and for a friend’s friend who is struggling with some medical issues right now.
I have two more base dolls ready to go, just need to decide what to do with them. I have a few ideas. 😀
Hello my sweeties! Here I am again with another Friday pattern feature. These patterns are not created by me, but by other very skilled and creative crochet artists who offer some of their hard work for free use!
Today I selected an adorable little lucky charm, Onni the Beckoning Cat:
This cute Maneki Neko is really quick and easy to make and would make a great gift for any store owner, whether it’s a physical store, online store or craft market stall!
Greetings, kittens! Here I am again with another Friday pattern feature. These patterns are not created by me, but by other very skilled and creative crochet artists who offer some of their hard work for free use!
Alright, let me geek out here for a second… does anyone here remember the epicness that was…
DAY OF THE TENTACLE! Oh my gosh, I LOVED this game! SO MUCH! IT WAS SO AWESOME! Man, they just don’t make games like that anymore, huh? Alright, now that I’m done with that, go head over there and have a look at that awesome amigurumi pattern! And make one! Or two… or A HUNDRED AND SCATTER THEM AROUND TOWN! *runs around arms flailing wildly* WAAAAAAAHHHHHH!
Hello everyone! Here I am again with another Friday pattern feature. These patterns are not created by me, but by other very skilled and creative crochet artists who offer some of their hard work for free use!
Did you always want to own a little Hobbes? Or give one to your child, sibling, niece/nephew, random kid on the street? Well, now you can!
Isn’t he adorable? And really easy to make too, as long as you know how to crochet in the round! (and if you don’t, check out my youtube channel and learn!)