I saw this on a sewing group on Facebook and thought how fun it looked. With fabric from Aldi, and a free pattern, it makes a gorgeous toy for a little person. An Amish Puzzle ball can be sewn by hand, or on a machine.
Well, someone said they didn't like Christmas decorations, so they will get a minion instead. This amazing pattern (although slightly adapted) is free on Ravelry, super easy to follow and looks amazing.
We should learn from the snail: it devised a home that is both exquisite and functional. - Frank Lloyd Wright. I love this random present. A snail. An easy Amigurumi Crochet pattern. So effective. Favourite colour: green, and some the grey yarn matches really well. A fab stash busting project!
Living in Bumble, means we need bumbles. The Boy, chocolate puppy, mummy bumble, me and then squeaky pup. Originally I made 4 (all except Mummy B) but The Boy felt that she needed one too... An easy amigurumi pattern, free (of course) from Ravelry Bee Breezy from "Adventure Time", I'm pretty sure they were supposed to… Continue reading Bumbles!
And for these, I blame the boy's mum. In 2015 we went to Knitting and Stitching at Alexandra Palace together, where she fell in love with Toft birds. As a (then) novice crocheter... how hard can it be to make one of these gorgeous toys. 25 beasties later...