This amigurumi pattern took me a lot of time. I wanted to make a crocheted horse that would match Barbie’s proportions but then I realized that it would have to be really big! So that final version is actually more a pony that a horse. But you can always use thicker yarn and bigger hook to make a “real” horse for your doll.
This amigurumi horse can be done almost seamlessly. Only ears and the mane need to be sewed to the body. The pattern itself is a challenge even for experienced crafters (actually, it is challenging even for me) – you really need to focus if you want it to be pretty and symmetrical!
The doll on pictures is Momoko – she is slightly shorter than a regular Barbie.
The pattern is already available in my shops:
Do you have any treat for Malcolm, a very friendly amigurumi fox?
Malcom is again almost seamless – only tail has to be sewn to the body. The shape is based on my Cat Princess pattern, I have changed the head and the tail and added some color.
Malcolm The Fox pattern is available in my online stores:
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!
I am currently working on a pattern that is suppossed to be a freebie. I have made a Flying Bears Mobile for my son some times ago so now all I have to do is to write down the pattern, take some photos, put it all together and publish!
Interested in Flying Bears Crochet Pattern? Stay tuned!
I have just published Rub-My-Belly Kitten Amigurumi Crochet Pattern, which means that I have a house full of cute crocheted cats that I should now find and store in one place.
It takes three or four attempts for me to make a pattern – Mr Prototype (white one), made as you go, Mr Big Mistake (not shown on the picture), Mr It Begins To Look Like A Cat (beige one) and Mr Experiment (BW kitten).
I am about to finish my third pattern. Which makes me lazy and eager to procrastinate. So, instead of crocheting I will show you my craft room. Or, I should rather say – my craft wall:
The cabinet is made of two old library catalogues. And a lot of washi tape.
Two drawers are missing so I used the empty space for old Moleskines storage.