Let me show you my newest amigurumi pattern – Lazy Duckling in Eggshell. Perfect as a Spring/Easter home decoration.
This pattern did not take me much time. It is quite easy and fun to make. The duckling is made mostly as one piece, only the legs have to be sewn to the body.
The leg can be made solid white or striped, if you want to look it more “Easter”.
It can be also a great simple toy for a toddler – putting the duckling into its egg and out is a great exercise for tiny fingers.
The pattern is available in
Easter Bundle and separately in my shops:
I have found my old box with Barbie’s stuff. Just perfect for a quick photo session 🙂
Let me introduce you a very geeky amigurumi meerkat and his library.
Hipster meerkat is hipster.
Today just a teaser – meet Rupert The Meerkat, my newest pattern. I am going to publish it next week!
I used a tapestry crochet technique for this one. Seamless, no embroidery. Just pure fun of crocheting.
I made some more elephants – versions for a girl and for a boy!
The pattern is available here:
I am happy to present Miette, a fashion doll.
This amigurumi pattern took me a lot of time. Miette is stuffed as one part, anatomically correct, and such fun to make, especially if you experiment with different textures and colors.
She was named after Miette from The City of Lost Children.
Get your pattern here:
I have added a new listing on Etsy: now it is possible to buy four patterns and pay only for three 🙂
Anyone interested in a discount?
Here you can save 5$:
I have just finished my next amigurumi pattern. I am very proud of this baby – it is an
elephant! With its trunk up!
The idea was in my head for a long time, but I got stuck in another big project which eventually was put away in the drawer and waits for better times.
The elephant is made of several parts crocheted separately, sewed together and then stuffed as one part.
The pattern is available in my shops:
I am still working on my Flying Bear free pattern and I really don’t have time to watch the kittens all the time. Then I find them in weird places. Look where I found The BW kitten – he apparently decided to become a professional door knob hanger!