Mouse Kelly

I love mice. I think they are super cute. Unfortunately, a mouse is not really a pet. An amigurumi mouse, on the other hand, is perfect! I found this cute pattern for an amigurumi baby mouse on littlemuggles.com and got started immediately.

The head was done in no time. 

I love the pattern, it’s quick and easy. You can click here to check it out.

I named it Kelly, added a little bow and I found it a spot on my drawer where everyone can see it. This is the end result:

  

  

 

See you soon!

Share it Sunday: ten free patterns for Easter

A ‘Share it Sunday’ on Monday… Can you tell I’m bad at this?

Anyway, for this one, I looked for some cute and fun patterns for Easter. I picked out the ten patterns that I like the most.

 

1. Spring Bunnies by All about Ami 

These are the cutest bunnies I have ever seen. You can find the pattern here

 

2. Chicken little by DROPS design 

Free pattern here

 

3. Huevitos amigurumi Easter egg by Owlishly

These eggs are just adorable, and very easy to make. Find the pattern here

 

 4. Crochet rabbit by fairfieldworld

This one requires a little more work, but the result looks beautiful. Pattern

 

5. Little Chirpy Chick by mojimojidesign

Free pattern

 

6. Mini Easter Eggs by Petals to Picots

I absolutely love all these colours. Pattern

 

7. Bunny Boo by Roxycraft

So cute! Pattern

 

8. Easter Lily Doll 

This one is a little harder, but a very fun project. Pattern

 

9. Spring Easter basket by Petals to Picots

Free pattern

 

10. Funny Bunny by lilleliis 

I love this one, it’s very original and cute! Free pattern here

 

I hope you enjoy making these! Bye bye.

Two little dragons exploring the world.

Yesterday, I went outside to take some pictures and decided to bring my two Amigurumi dragons with me. I snapped some adorable pictures of them that I have to show you!

  

Climbing trees.

This picture is so cute!

  

This one found himself a nice little spot in case it rains.

On a stroll.

 

I really enjoyed taking these pictures, these little dragons  are so cute!

If you want to make one yourself, head on over to my last blogpost, you can find the link to the free pattern there.

Little amigurumi dragons

Hello everyone! It’s been a while since I posted something, that’s because I’m very busy at the moment. I found the time to do a small project though and this is the result:

 

Aren’t they just adorable? These little dragons are so fun and quick to make. I even made two! If you would like to make one of these, you can find the pattern right here.

These are some pictures from while I was working:

All done with sewing.

Glueing on wings and belly.

Working on the second pair of wings.

All “glued” up!

And done!

 

I also took some adorable pictures with these little fellas outside that I will share with you in another post.

Bye!

My own crocheted crochet hook case

I have been looking for a nice hook case pattern for a while, and a few days ago I found it! I really like the result:

I added my own touch to it with the butterfly and the flower. The original pattern was also with a button to close the case, but I decided to just use knots of yarn. I finally have a place to store everything now!

It was quite easy and quickly to make, I had a lot of fun with it.

 

Alfred, the curious elephant.

after I found some leftover fiber filling, I was finally able to finish a project. Meet Alfred, the curious elephant!

The pattern I used is Paola Navarro’s pattern for Waldo the elephant. I made him a little smaller than the original pattern said, and made some miscalculations. That’s why he looks a little different. I also used googly eyes instead of crocheting them (because I was a little lazy and impatient oops). That is why I gave him a new name: Alfred.

I found the pattern in my collection of Amigurumi pattern books, but you can buy it online on Ravelry and on Etsy

I hope you have a lovely day and see you soon!

Share it Sunday: The Invisible Decrease

A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon something that completely changed my life: the invisible decrease technique.

I found a quick and easy tutorial on All About Ami‘s blog. Be sure to check it out, her blog is amazing.

Aren’t you tired of all the gaps and bumps that appear when you use the normal decrease method? The invisible decrease is your solution. No more irregularities, you won’t see a thing!

 

(Photo credit: allaboutami.com)

I absolutely love this method, you can find the tutorial right here