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Wanna make a monster? * UPDATE to this pattern!

Wanna make a monster?

See below! * Time for another tutorial! I made this lineup of baby monsters for my Basic Amigurumi class at The Knitting Nest. I think they're a pretty good beginner project because it teaches how to start crochet in the round, how to single crochet, how to increase, and basic construction and customization of amigurumi. Baby Monster's Guide to Basic Amigurumi You'll need the following stuff: Small amount of worsted weight yarnSize E Crochet hook (or your favorite)Plastic safety eyes (I used 6 mm, but you can use whatever makes your monster happy!)

Head/Body: Begin by making a ring with your yarn as shown. Insert the hook into the front of the ring and hook your working yarn (the yarn coming from the the ball) with the hook. Wrap the working yarn around the hook from behind and pull through the loop on your hook. You will now single crochet six stitches into the ring. To make the circle grow, you will increase by crocheting two times into each stitch.

MONSTERS Mix and Match Plushies Pattern PDF. These Monster Plushies are NOT the scary kind – they're just a little bit cooky and very cuddly!

MONSTERS Mix and Match Plushies Pattern PDF

They are also brilliant for using up scraps of fleece and they make awesome gifts for ‘hard to buy for’ friends, teenagers... well, kids of any age, (big kids included here too!) This simple pattern will be fun to make in all sorts of colours so have fun mixing and matching! RECOMMENDED FABRICSFleece, of any type, stretch fabrics eg. velour, chenille and flannelette. · A colour photo of the Funky Friend.· Full, easy to follow instructions.· A list of material requirements.· A simple layout guide.

***Your pattern PDF file will be available for download immediately after payment ®© 070630 Copyright Protection Services International.Copyright © 2011 Funky Friends Factory. I have faith that you will respect the long hours and creativity that has gone into producing the Funky Friends Factory patterns. Many thanks,Pauline. Pillow Personality with Fairfield Processing: Playful Stuffed Crocodile. "Tick Tock, Cap'n... Tick, Tock... someone is coming! " I don't know about you, but I spent a good chunk of my childhood hoping, wishing, dreaming I could fly like Peter Pan.

I never actually jumped off the roof of the garden shed, but... I climbed up there and thought about it! Today, our Pillow Personality is: Playful. Our thanks to Fairfield Processing for sponsoring two weeks of projects and technique tutorials as well as our Great Pillow Personality Contest. Fairfield products are easy to find! Any Sewing Machine (we recommend the Janome New Home 2030DC) Cut out the all the pieces from the Minky Dot. The crocodile head Place the white rick rack around the the entire curved outer edge of the Minky Dot head.

The crocodile body Place the jumbo rick rack un-evenly along the back seam of one body piece. Using a ½" seam allowance, stitch along the spine (the photo above shows the stitched seam as well as the rick rack position). Charlaanne: { doll tutorial } Hello friends:) Here is a tutorial I put together for these little dolls.

charlaanne: { doll tutorial }

I made mine for a party, but I think they would look cute hanging in a little girl's room too. I hope you enjoy making them as much as I did. Let me know if you have any questions, I'd be happy to help! Xoxo Charla 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Wee Girl. I haven’t been feeling well lately and I’ve been confined to the house.

Wee Girl

As cabin fever was really setting in, I decided to do something crafty. Brandon’s been teasing me because it is on the whimsical side, which I usually hate. The whimsy factor gets worse too. This project was based on a chidrens’ craft project… for making flower fairies. You’re supposed to make little wire bodies and then take apart fake flowers to make the clothing. I actually made two heads (wooden beads, paint, and more embroidery thread) because I didn’t like the way the first one turned out. I gave her a little paper flower to hold, glued her head on, and she was finished. She’s just under 3″ tall, so my Wee Girl is indeed very wee. What do you think? Stuffed Monsters mix and match designs. How to Make a Monster Pillow, Plushie and/or Softie... Plus: Basic sewing tips.