Walter, the Walrus is an adorable dapper fellow that will have you gushing with cuteness! His wrinkles are made with slip stitch rounds and sone inside-out sewing to scrunch him up.
This pattern also includes 2 hats, one winter beanie and one newsboy cap. Walter is a joy to create and sweet face to talk to.
Walter the Whale is a cute little amigurumi project. You can crochet him im an evening with only some left over yarn and two black eyes. (Stitching on the eyes instead of plastic one is also perfectly fine.) Walter will do great as a key chain. Or you could make multiple whales to put them on a mobile above a crib. They look great in every color. Before you know it you will have a whole rainbow of whale lying around ;)
This manatee comes with an adorable upside down heart for a nose and wrinkles to make him chubby and huggable. The pattern is accompanied by a video tutorial of the front post single crochets used to make his wrinkles. Who can resist that sweet face? Made with worsted weight yarn, he is about 10 inches long and almost 6 inches in diameter. He would work well on a shelf or as a snuggle toy, but he would much rather be snuggled.
Walter, the T-Rex isn’t a carnivorous predator like its prehistoric relative, but you can bet he is always on the hunt for hugs. He is the fiercest snuggler in all the land. With a manageable size of 11 inches, this cretaceous-era cutie is the perfect buddy to take on any adventure.
Tripet is a happy little three-legged monster that wants to play! He's adorable and huggable and stands all on his own. Tripet brings joy and love wherever he goes. Use some Poly Pellets in his feet to help him stand, and then fill the rest of him with Poly Fil. You can even add more legs or arms, as they are all attached separately. Tripet is made in several pieces and then joined together. He’d be amazing in lots of other color combos as well, making him a great stash buster.
Summer is finally here and the strawberries are filling up the garden. Among them I found this sweet little strawberry gnome. Crocheted out of 4-ply cotton, with yellow seed beads added to represent the seeds and his dress slipped over a recycled cork, this project really does say summer. The two flowers that he has stuck in his hat, just add that extra little bit of cuteness. This is a quick little project that will put a smile on someone's face when you top summer’s first bowl of strawberries with him.