Hot Air Balloons: Crochet Amigurumi Toys DIY Free Pattern. There are countless options for using these Hot Air Balloons as versatile gifts (baby mobile, joggling balls), and it is up to your imagination to choose the content of the basket.
Put a special message in the basket for the recipient, or a small treat, or a passenger, or a special gift (could some jewelry piece be a good idea?) - anything your imagination can come up with! You can show the person how to free the ball from strings, or you can leave it as a riddle to solve… Can you guess why these crocheted Amigurumi Hot Air Balloons are arranged as baby mobile?! The reason is – three weeks ago my son – Little Dragon, our first child was born.The birth and the first few weeks of our Little Dragon were the reasons for my quietness here on the blog. Crochet Pattern: Lil' Baby Unicorn. Dragonite. Took me a while to get this up, it went through several edits, but I think it's good to go now.
Hit me up on Deviant Art if you have any questions. I have no idea how to use this site and you can see that by how weird this pattern is from when I pasted it from its word document :c Help on getting it straightened out would be appreciated. This pattern uses the G hook. Rnd 34-37: sc in each sc around. (20) Rnd 38: sc 12, leave remaining stitches unworked, do not ch 1, turn (12) Rnd 39: skip first sc, sc to last 2 sc of row, dec over last 2 sc in row (10) Sweet Unicorn. I hope you've all seen the movie "Despicable Me" because it's probably one of the best family movies I have seen!
The youngest sister in the movie is Agnes, and she reminds me of my little girl. Tuxedo Sam the penguin. Tuxedo Sam is a tubby little Sanrio penguin who loves to eat.
He likes to be called Tuxedo-san; Sam is too old-fashioned, he thinks. Dudly Dinosaur pattern by Marleen Hartog. Longneck Dinosaur. Materials: One color of 4 ply yarn One pair of 9mm safety eyes Crochet Hook: 3.5mm Extras: Stitch marker Poly-fill Yarn needle Abbreviations used in this pattern: ch chain sc single crochet st stitch sts stitchs hdc half double crochet stitch dec decrease a stitch (*insert hook into next st, yarn over, draw up a loop* twice, yarn over and draw through all three loops on the hook.)
*repeat directions inside* as many times as indicated This pattern is worked in rounds, use a stitch marker to mark the end of your rounds. Tail/Body (Piece is made working from the tip of the tail to the chest.) Neck With body color make a slip ring. sc to join. Head With body color make a slip ring. sc to join. Crochet a dinosaur amigurumi: free pattern. Amigurumi are a hot new trend: originating in Japan, they are cute little creatures.
The word is derived from a combination of the Japanese words 'ami', meaning crocheted or knitted, and 'nuigurumi', meaning stuffed doll. What they all have in common is that they're small, and super-cute! This little creature might look cross, but in reality he's as cuddly as a teddy bear. He's ideal for any little boy who secretly likes soft toys but wants something a bit more macho to play with. Free Amigurumi Crochet Pattern Link Directory. Showthread. Gratis Amigurumi oppskrift på Pandaen Miku. Amigurumi-mønster. Det finnes så utrolig masse fine Amigurumimønster på Etsy, og jeg lar meg underholde kjempelenge bare ved å se på de mange fine bildene der.
Dette mønstret av den Store stygge ulven fra Rødhette er kjempesjarmerende, synes jeg. Det er laget av Irenestrange. Denne skal jeg absoultt hekle en gang.. hehe.. engang ja.. den stiller i rekken med ALT det andre jeg har planer om. Oppskrifter (Den norske Amigurumi bloggen!) Do the Jellyfish Jam. Every year, it’s the same thing; The summer months fly by, slipping through my fingers before I even realize they’re at hand.
Only when the season starts to wind down, and cold breezes begin threatening to blow the warm climate back down south, do I even remember about the beach. Oh, right, we live about a five-minute drive away from sandy shores and the gentle salt water waves of the ocean! It’s a luxury that I take for granted, giving what might seem to be paradise to some the cold shoulder, huddling inside instead with the AC at full blast. It’s no secret that I’m not a real outdoors-y type, but even I can appreciate the beauty of our local beaches.
Some of my best childhood memories involve collecting sea glass and tiny little shells at low tide, planning elaborate necklaces and mosaics with them, and staying out late enough to see the boats and barges glow atop the rippling water. Amigurumi Pears. © June Gilbank 2011 A realistic, beautifully shaped amigurumi pear.
Crochet a bowlful in greens, browns, yellows, and/or reds, to make a stylish decorative centrepiece, or add a pair of safety eyes and an embroidered smile to make a sweet toy.