Mommy Cammy Camel
This mommy and me seahorse amigurumi set is pretty quick to work up and so fun! This pattern includes instructions for making the mommy and the baby sea horse. Mommy seahorse measures about 6.5 inches from top to bottom, while baby seahorse is about 5 inches. These seahorses are worked from the bottom up, starting with the tail and ending with the head (in one piece). Then the mane, snout, and fins are attached at the end. This pattern is one of the five patterns in my ocean themed amigurumi series. If you're looking to make some more little sea creatures, the series also includes a Sea Turtle, Whale, Jellyfish, and an Octopus! Visit the free crochet pattern at the link below for more details!
Malvin is a handsome amirugumi mouse. He wears blue pants with suspenders and a cute bowtie. You can make a complete mouse family with a mommy mouse, daddy mouse, and a baby mouse. The pattern includes many pictures to help explain the various steps. The mice are relatively quick to make and you can easily make them bigger/smaller by using a different kind of yarn and hook. Finished size: Malvin meauseres about 17 cm/ 7 inches.
Isn’t this little crochet penguin buddy a cute winter companion? My boys have been asking to keep these penguins for themselves ever since I crafted them up. I think they might find them under the tree this year as their gift from mommy. You don't have to be little to enjoy this penguin stuffy! He is cute for holiday decor or to just have around. And of course I think he makes a great gift for all ages.
Easter is just around the corner! Have you filled your Easter baskets? This bunny family will sure add a ton of fun for kids and kids at heart! Meet the Traveling Tu family - PapaTu (daddy rabbit in purple), MamaTu (mommy rabbit in blue), Tutu (big brother bunny, in white) and Toto (baby sister bunny, in pink). They like to hop out of their carrot home and enjoy a nice sunny day, while munching on yummy carrots
Isn't this the cutest snowman? Get ready for the winter season with this free amigurumi snowman pattern. With that smirk on his face he seems to be saying 'you need to get your crochet hooks out now and start hooking'. This pattern is easy as it uses just one stich, Single Crochet, it is also worked in one piece so there are less parts to join. The pattern is detailed with instructions on where to position the armms, eyes, etc. Time to get your hooks out!