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Kawaii Amigurumi CupCake Keychain. Front View I made this little guy for the girl who has been teaching a manga drawing class at the local Comic Book store for the last year or so and has been awesome to my kid. She’s passed on some really cool drawing tips, always been friendly and patient with the kids, and that is super duper in my books. She’s going on to another job and won’t be there anymore so we wanted to do something sweet for her. It was made with half strands of yarn and a 2mm crochet hook. The bottom is worked to be actually flat. 2mm hook for half strands of yarn or smaller for crochet cotton. 3.5mm hook for worsted weight yarn.

SC = Single Crochet INVDEC = Invisible Decrease INC = Increase (2 SC in one stitch) CupCake Top CH2 or Magic Ring or however you like to start 1. CupCake Bottom CH2 or Magic Ring or however you like to start 1. Cherry CH2 or Magic Ring or however you like to start 1. Hook this up! Amigurumi Crochet Hook Plushie with Pattern. And of course he is happy about it. Minds, prepare to be blown. I’m not entirely sure, but I think this pattern may cause the universe to collapse or create a rip in the space-time continuum… it’s that epic. If I have inadvertently triggered the apocalypse, my apologies for those of you who will surely perish, but clearly it had to be done. I regret nothing. In it’s very own “Pimp my Ride” putting things in things style splendor, I present to you the amigurumi crochet, crochet hook… an amigurumi plushie of a… crochet hook. I know right? He's a crochet hook made of crochet. Side view. D'awwwwwwww Terminology SC = Single Crochet DC = Double Crochet HDC = Half Double Crochet SL ST = Slip Stitch INVDEC = Invisible Decrease INC = Increase CH = Chain Body CH 2 or Magic Ring or start however you like.

Reinforce the body with a tube of plastic canvas to keep a well shaped, straight hook that isn’t puffy or bloated. Hook Tip CH 2 or Magic Ring or start however you like. Hook this up! Helga the Badger. Chubby Panda. I decided to type out the pattern for this little panda since I've gotten quite a few requests for it. I'm also still trying very hard to make my pictures look a bit nicer lol ><. One day I will get a really nice light box and have really pretty pictures! This pattern will give you a panda that is 2 1/2 inches tall. Materials needed: Size F hook Worsted weight yarn in black and white Small bits of black embroidery thread Your choice of stuffing 6 mm safety eyes 7 mm ribbon Your choice of glue Tapestry needle Abbreviations:sc= single crochetinc= increase ( 2 single crochets in 1 stitch)dec= decrease ( single crochet 2 stiches together) **= anything in between is repeated.

(number)= indicates the amount of stitches at the end of each round F/O= finish off Head/Body: Starting with white Rnd 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6) Rnd 2: *inc* (12) Rnd 3: *sc, inc* (18) Rnd 4: *2 sc, inc* (24) Rnd 5: *3 sc, inc* (30) Rnd 6-9: *sc* (30) Rnd 10: *4 sc, inc* (36) Switch to black in last stitch. Rnd 17: *3 sc, dec* (24) Attachment: Wedding Dolls. Here's a pattern I made in April. Easy and fun to make! Materials needed: - tan, black and white yarn. Also, some wool for hair. - red felt for decoration - some ribbons, little roses etc. mr - magic ring (adjustable ring)sc - simple crochetdec - decrease (sc2tog, 2 stitches together)inc - increase (2 sc in one st)*...* - repeat the steps from between the asterisks around.sl st - slip stitchsk - skip THE BRIDEHEAD:1. mr, 5 sc in ring (5)2. inc around (10)3.

BODY: (starting with 2 legs)in white:1. mr, 5 sc in ring (5)2. inc around (10)3. ARMS:with white1. mr, 5 sc in ring (5)2. inc around (10)3. - 6. sc (10)7. dec, 8 sc (9)8. - 9. sc around (9)10. dec, 7 sc (8)11. - 13. sc around (8)change to tan14. - 17. sc around (8)18. 4 dec. (4)fasten off. leave long tail for sewing. HEAD:1. mr, 5 sc in ring (5)2. inc around (10)3.

BODY: (starting with 2 legs)in black1. mr, 5 sc in ring (5)2. inc around (10)3. For the groom, it's best to embroider his hair on the head. Hope you'll have fun making them! d8 and d20 Pattern. OK, first, read this post. I’ll wait. Back now? Good. What I want to try and do is to make and send a bunch of these dice to the con in question! I’m also working on a d8 and d20; I can post the patterns if you don’t mind working without photos yet. Please also see my NEW! As for the patterns: Eight-Sided Die (d8) Face (make 8): Row 1: Ch 21; sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across.Row 2: Ch 1, turn. With contrasting color yarn, backstitch numeral on each face (1 through 8). Stuff just enough to keep die from collapsing. Twenty-Sided Die (d20) Face (make 20): Row 1: Ch 13; sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across.Row 2: Ch 1, turn. With contrasting color yarn, backstitch numeral on each face (1 through 20).

Like this: Like Loading... d4 and d6 Pattern. You may or may not know this, but I am a D&D geek. And for the first time in my life, I’m DMing a campaign. A handful of friends comes over every Sunday afternoon and we have many great imaginary adventures. Not long ago, I saw a set of stuffed plushie dice available for sale. My thought process went pretty much like a lot of crafters’ do: I want it! I can’t afford it/I can’t justify spending that much. I can make it! So that’s what I started to do. Here’s how to make them: Four-Sided Die (d4) Acrylic worsted weight yarn, main color Acrylic worsted weight yarn, contrasting color (for numbers) Size “G” hook Yarn needle Special stitch: Decrease (dec): Put hook through first sc stitch and pull up a loop.

Face (make 4) With main color, ch 25. Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook. You should have a (roughly) equilateral triangle. When all 4 faces are completed, use contrasting color to stitch numbers on the corners as shown in picture. To read a d4, you look at the top number on the pyramid. Face (make 6) Amigurumi No-Sew Hamburger or Cheeseburger.

Food has been a routine source of inspiration for all sorts of cuteness, from stationary to Amigurumi and I have always loved recreating it in Amigurumi. This pattern was inspired by the hamburger from Doki-Doki Yummy Chums, and is a super cute burger that wants to make friends. The pattern is worked continuously in one piece, and finishes up faster than the separate buns, patties and cheese patterns I found online, most of which were pay anyhow. It also needs no sewing, which saves time and pain in the ass factor, and makes it safer for animals and small children. It is perfect for cat toys, just stuff with catnip, or insert a squeaky thing for dog or baby toys and wait for the drool to fly!

So happy to be so cute! Hamburger-Kun has a happy! Looks better than he tastes! Cheeseburger-kun was made with a 3.5mm hook going through both loops apart from where it is specifically stated otherwise. Yarn Used Camel Off White Apple Green Red Sunburst Warm Brown Hook this up! Free Hearts Crochet Pattern. How to Make a Travel Mercy. Dear Readers, This is one of those rare posts I promised during the introduction where I will get specific about how I make something. (Note: I'm having trouble fixing the formatting for the pictures at the bottom, but I think you'll be able to understand what they're illustrating...) Please don't take this to mean there is only one way to make a Travel Mercy! Indeed, no two ever should or could look exactly the same.

I've made hundreds - some fancy, some plain. They are as different as the people who carry them. Mine have three things in common: 1. 2. 3. For those of you who don't crochet or are trying to learn, this is about as easy a project as you could ask for. Anyway, here's how I do it: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. I hope these instructions and pictures are helpful. God bless, Matt. Who's in Your Closet Mystery Crochet Along. Who’s in Your Closet? Join us for a mystery crochet along beginning July 1st to July 29th, 2014. We have teamed up with Stacey Trock to bring an incredible creature straight to you. You will be so excited once you clue in to what it is.

I bet most of you make more than 1. You can get involved at any time but you need to be done your complete project and have a photograph to us by the cut off date. How This Will Work This time, I am going to be updating this article each week with more clues. Video Introduction Meet the Designer We were approached by a designer, who I admire personally, Stacey Trock of Fresh Stitches. I have met Stacey in a live show at TNNA in Columbus Ohio a couple years ago. Stacey has three books on the market that are dedicated to super cute amigurmi ideas. Materials Required Using Super Saver by Red Heart, choose 1 main colour for the body of the creature.

Pattern Clues – July 1st, 2014 It’s time for another mystery crochet adventure with Mikey of The Crochet Crowd. Yarn. Pocket Spirit Doll. Easy Crochet Owl Tutorial. Hello Lovelies, Wooo Hooo , or should that be To-Whit to Wooo Hooo :0) It's a Happy Happy tutorial day! I simply LOVE these cute fellas and as you can see I've got rather carried away making them in lots of different colours.They are very easy to make and so jolly .

I've seen a few similar cute crochet owls out there in blogland and on Etsy but they looked quite complicated to me. So for my version I've tried to keep things as simple as possible. If you are proficient at crochet you will be able to make one of these sweet little owls in no time at all. This item is designed for decorative use and is not suitable for use as a toy for a small child.

The pattern is written in my usual format.....U.S. terms. Here is a list of the abbreviations used and a handy conversion guide for U.K. terms.......... sc= single crochet................................U.K. double crochet hdc = half double crochet..................U.K. half treble crochet To begin chain 4 Work 13 dc into ring and here's the back. Crochet Chick. As promised, a new friend for your bunnies!

Here’s a cute easy chick for you to crochet: This chick is super easy, I promise you will be able to whip 1 or 3 up in no time at all – I know Easter is almost here… but these guys are a breeze to make! If you would like to make some chicks in time for Easter you will need: Various scraps of yarn and a corresponding hook – I used 8ply and a 4mm hook.2 x 9mm safety eyes (or beads or buttons)A needle to sew your creation together with. 1. Round 1: Make a Magic Circle and chain 3, then crochet 13 DC into the circle and pull tight, join with a SS to complete the round (14 DC).

Round 2. Round 3. Round 4. Round 5. Round 6. 2. Round 1: Magic circle (see notes above), CH 1 and 6 SC into the circle, do not join this or any round, continue working in a circle without joining. Round 2: *SC in the next stitch, 2 SC in the next stitch*, repeat between * and * around (9). Round 4: SC in each stitch around. 3. Round 5:SC in each stitch around (15). Like this: Crochet Cat.

Id like to introduce you to the newest addition to our family, Caity Cat… She’s a pretty little cat who loves to hang out in the garden… hiding amongst the flowers. Caity Cat Tutorial To make Caity Cat you will need: A small amount of coloured yarn and a corresponding hook. Caity was made using DK (8ply) yarn and a 3.5mm hook. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Eyes: Sc 5 times and join to form a ring. Because Caity loves flowers she is decorated with crochet flowers- and there is even one on her tail!!!

Small crochet flowers: Chain 4 and join to form a ring. Large crochet flower (for the end of Caity’s tail): Chain 4 and join to form a ring. Thats it all done! And the back view… Caity loves to get outside… …with her special friend Maia. Last I saw they were playing a game of hide and seek in the flowers, with Caity’s cousins Kitty Cat and Carrow the Sparrow… Hope you are having a fun weekend! Love Janette xxx Like this: Like Loading... Related Rainbow mitts for Maia In "Creating" Princess Poppy In "Crochet" Crochet Bunny. Nibble nibble, hop hop Posted on Updated on If you are a regular follower you will immediately notice that these bunnies are very closely related to some particularly cute owls made recently.

You see a distant aunt on their mother’s side fell in love with a completely unsuitable (if you are an owl) rabbit… the rest, so they say, is history. Rabbits, as you well know, breed like, well, rabbits and before we knew it there were not one, but four new members to the family. If you are interested in meeting the owl family please be sure to check out the New Zealand branch here and the original English pattern here – over at Bunny Mummy no less!!! Right, on with the tutorial. Various scraps of yarn and a corresponding hook – I used 8ply and a 4mm hook.2 x 9mm safety eyes (or beads or buttons)A very small amount of black crochet cotton or embroidery flossA needle to sew your creation together with.

Round 2. Round 3. Round 4. Round 5. Round 6. Ears. Muzzle. Tail. Sew muzzle in place. Sew on ears. Free Spirit Amigurumi Doll.