Salty, the Seal, is a cuddly and sweet seal with big beautiful eyes who is curious and enjoys going on adventures with her baby seals. Salty and her baby seals are both made with as little sewing as possible.
Their heads, bodies, and tails are all crocheted together, but the fins are made and sewn on separately.
Easy to follow and beginner friendly pattern for a baby dinosaur. Cute, adorable and curious looking. Fantastic project for any dinosaur fans! The finished toy is 25 cm (ca.10 inches) tall and 13 cm (ca. 5 inches) wide. Complexity level: Lower intermediate / Experienced beginner. Head and body are made as one piece. Legs, cheeks and heart are separate and sewn in. Time to create: depending on your experience may take around a day to complete the project. Materials used: Drops Paris Yarn, 2mm (US B-1), 3mm (D-3) and 4mm (US G-6) crochet hooks; toy stuffing and safety eyes.
However, Sammy is looks alert and perky and so ready to go to school. Consequently, he’ll be the perfect schoolbag companion.
Rudolph is many things: the hero of foggy Christmases, beloved helper of Santa, and now, he is the cuddly companion of your little one! The Cuddly Rudolph Amigurumi brings your favorite reindeer to life in this amigurumi free pattern. With adorable little antlers, ears, and the iconic red nose, this Rudolph amigurumi doll will be too cute to resist, so you might just have to make another one to serve as a handmade Christmas decoration. His cheerful personality will be the perfect crochet Christmas pattern to get you in the mood for the holidays.
Lastly, here are some ultra-adorable, uninhibitedly cute and supremely sweet bundles of fluffiness you have ever seen. These gorgeous lovelies will hug you by the heart and hold you tight.
From the designer: An amigurumi mermaid is such an elegant, beautiful character for your plushy collection, but a mermaid inspired by the koi fish makes for a crochet pattern that is as much fun to create as it is to behold. Koi fish are a majestic species of ornamental fish. They are a type of colorful carp from India, but they started being bred for their beauty in Niigata, Japan, and so they have a strong presence in Japanese culture and art. This Koi Mermaid pattern is very straightforward. If you have ever made a top-down doll, she won't give you much trouble. Her tail and elbows both have short rounds to add some bend in them both. Her tail bends in the middle so that she can sit on a shelf or she can sit with her tail bent up and have a little more character than your average flat mermaid. While Grace’s eyes are safety eyes, they have a lot of embroidery detail which is added to the head before they are installed to give it a more human feel.