Little Yoda Crochet Tutorial. There were some more boys in the family having birthdays and they happen to all be Star Wars fans!
I wanted to crochet a Star Wars character and I decided to come up with the pattern myself to be able to share with you in case you wanted to make this as well. Meet Yoda. He’s little, but he can still do great things! My daughter told me she wants one in purple after meeting him lol. Remember, these instructions can be adjusted to what you have. What you will need:-Green, brown, and off white medium worsted yarn-Size G and H crochet hooks-Optional: safety eyes (you could use yarn to make them or felt circles; mine were size 12mm)-Yarn Needle-Polyfill or some kind of stuffing Head/Body: With green yarn and size H hook,1. Switch to brown color for the body. 1. Ears (make 2) with green yarn and size H hook1. ch 62. sc in 2nd ch from hook3. hdc in next ch4. dc in each of the next two ch’s5. tr in next ch*Leave long tail and sew onto head 1. 2. 3. 4 &5. Row 1: Chain 19. Row 3 – 6: Ch 1 turn. Free Amigurumi Crochet Patterns with love for the Nerdy » » Amigurumi Kirby with Pattern and Bonus Smash Brothers hats!
Kirby Amigurumi Pattern My Kirby pattern has been a long time coming, mainly because I got too ambitious with Super Smash Brothers versions to finish and post it.
Initially, in honour of the recent release of Kirby’s epic yarn, the project was going to include patterns for 10 or so Kirby hats, so that he could be more epic and morph into his various SSB versions and be Link Kirby, Mario Kirby, Wario Kirby, you get the idea. CRAFT Pattern: Crochet Spring Bunny. By Stephanie Jessica Lau Nothing says spring like a kawaii amigurumi bunny!
Make them floppy-eared, and complete their look with a carrot or flower. These bunnies are the perfect addition to a handmade Easter basket or a special gift. Materials. Plush Cube Monster. To keep this simple for those who have less experience sewing - i am going to stick to making a perfectly cubicle plush monster. therefore, the pictures are guidelines to how i created the yeti plush cube monster, but the directions will be more simplistic. first - cut out 6, five inch by five inch cloth squares.
(you can honestly make your monster any size you want but mine is fairly small) with the outside of the fabric together, pin the edges of two squares together. sew along the top edge of the squares. Vampire Bunny Plushie How-to! Now, I machine embroidered the tummy of my bunny.
Daniella Dahlia Flower Pillow and BONUS Envelope by SewYouCanToo. The one and only, ORIGINAL two-toned Daniella Dahlia Felt Flower Pillow tutorial is now available for you to create your very own.
Make one or more for yourself in the colors of your choice, or if you think you can part with it, create one for a gift! The flower itself measures approximately 12" in diameter and is shown on a 14" pillow. Here is what buyers are saying: "Absolutely stunning ! Great pattern, very well written, can't wait to make it. Many thanks""Instructions are very very clear with great photos. ++++ This listing is for the sewing pattern only - NOT the finished pillow ++++ This pattern is now available for INSTANT DIGITAL DOWNLOAD. SKILL LEVEL REQUIRED: Beginner The PDF ePattern tutorial has everything you need to sew this fabulous two-toned Daniella Dahlia Flower Pillow. To view more of my Decorative Flower Pillow Patterns, please click here: SAVE MONEY when you buy 2 or more patterns!
Craftster tutorial. 3 - Machine sewing Start sewing from one side of the opening, and follow the line all around the body.
For straight corners, sew all the way to the corner, make sure the needle is down (so the fabric stays in place) then raise the foot of the sewing machine, pivot the fabric around, lower the foot and start sewing again. Do some backstitches at the beginning and the end of the line, to secure the thread. I usually leave the opening between the bottom legs, so it’s less noticeable if I mess it up. (Tutorial) Tree Circles Pillow. I was inspired by this picture (Etsy), that I saw in a magazine, and I thought that I probably needed to make something like that.
I actually saw this idea done as a coaster in Martha Stewart Living a year or two ago and I loved it! Anyway, I made this felt pillow out of it! (Sorry about the blurry photo, night time!) I used a platter for a guide, cutting a little over two inches outside of the edge to make two 16" circles out of brown felt. Then I cut one 13" circle of ivory felt.... I sewed the ivory circle to one of the brown circles, and used fabric glue to stick on rows of circles in brown yarn. Once it was mostly dry, I hand stitched several spots here and there to help it stay better. Little Lamb Pillows.