Roarrrsome pocket buddy is here! This cute little tiger will make your kids happy. They can imagine that they are Indian explorers who discover wild animals in bamboo thickets in the tropics of Eurasia. Or something else - the sky is the limit for children's fantasy.
Make them a few soft tigers with this free pocket amigurumi pattern by Josephine Laurin.
A little bit of cute with a touch of sass. That's what I think of when I see this Crochet Tiger Bitty Bumble. This little burst of fun is the third small amigurumi in my series: Bitty Bumbles. These bitty bumbles are just so darn fun to make. Make one for your office or to tuck on a shelf. Or make them for a little one in your life who might just carry them around by the fistful!
This Halycon Keychain is a fresh new keychain, perfect for the spring season. You can use yarn scraps to whip up these keychains in a flash for markets, craft shows, and last-minute gifts.
This crochet keychain pattern creates a wristlet keychain, but instructions are also included to customize your keychains to your style. Ideas include a lanyard length, chunky version, other possible materials, and more!
This Taco Keychain Crochet Free Pattern is quick to make and uses a Magic Circle. It makes a fun gift for a new driver, fancy up your kids' backpacks, or stocking stuffers for all the kids and teens in your life!
Add a fun face to really personalize your Taco Keychain, whatever strikes your fancy. No matter how you make it, your keychain is sure to be a hit!
I can't tell you how many times I've lost my keys and had to replace them then, later on, I find them somewhere I had inconspicuously left them.
Most of the time, they would just slip my mind and become unnoticeable in my surroundings. Of course, I never used a keychain before. I used to think they were tacky like something a traveling salesman would have.
That's until I saw the cutest one yet; a Bear Amigurumi Keychain Crochet. It caught my eye and realised that it's absolutely adorable.