This seems to be the “in” thing these days. Made this lovely sweet looking unicorns. It’s so fun and easy to make, I made 2 this weekend. The pattern is adapted from Rnata, she has a shop in etsy. It originally was a horse. I changed the pattern by designing
I have been looking for a Bridge & Groom doll for a long time now. Most pattern I found are small. Finally came accross this pattern, and best of all it is free and comes with a you tube tutorial as well 🙂 Amidst my really busy brain crushing schedule,
Another group hug… Papa, Mama, Kor kor, Mei mei and Di di (Father, Mother, Big Brother, Little Sister and Little Brother) = A Complete Family. This is my other second batch of finger puppets, for the same friend who requested for the animal family puppets. Another one of a kind,
A friend of mine asked if I can make finger puppets for her grandson. I am not a fan at crocheting small dolls as this requires sophistication… which I don’t have and I have huge hands… hehehe… Anyway I challenged myself to make them, no pattern to follow, just free hand making
Super duper cute. They are a handful (fits into my palm nicely). They make good presents for baby shower, or even for Easter … that’s why they are called Easter Bunnies. Made with 100% acrylic yarn, hook size 4mm. Pattern by stuff the body.
His name given by his creator (author of the pattern) is Toadstool Paul, but I like to call him Mr Mushroom Head. Isn’t he charming 🙂 He is still available, and looking for a home. Anyone? Mr Mushroom Head measures about 33cm tall, and he is made of 100% acrylic