To begin with, this cute amigurumi is just a little bigger than your hand, so it will be and an easy project with which you can use yarn scraps. Better still, you will be able to finish it relatively quickly. Without a doubt, both ears on one side and safety eyes gives it undeniably cute look and allow you to make it even faster.
photo by Anitha Domacin from ravelry.com
- Designed by: Anitha Domacin
Who said that pusheen has to be grey and grey only, right? Well, you can go for all the colors you want, for instance try making pusheen in red, purple or green, as you can see on the picture, they look absolutely adorable!
Photo is by Anitha Domacin / Ravelry.com
Whether you call it a safety blanket, a lovey, a security blanket or a comforter, this safety blanket is most adored by babies and toddlers around the world. This Bunny Safety Blanket Free Crochet Pattern is a plush toy and security blanket all in one. This super cute Bunny Safety Blanket will make a great baby shower gift. Different from most Bunny Lovey, it sews Bunny’s head at the top of it, and crocheted four paws for all four corners, adding a pompom as bunny’s tail. This project is perfect for intermediate crocheters. It will make a perfect Easter gift to your little ones. Thanks Elisa Sartori for sharing this free crocheting pattern. The link for the free pattern is provided below the photo. Happy crocheting.
It is hard to belive that you can make something so spectacular from scraps. Additionally, it is an easy pattern, good for beginners or people who have many kids in the familly and have to make a huge bunch in a short time 🙂 As you can see, the combinations of hues are endless and don’t have to be in traditional colors. Use various scraps of yarn and make this crochet easter toy one of a kind!
photo by Janette Williams from ravelry.com
Penny the Bunny Cactus is a fun-loving barrel cactus that loves Easter and everything bunny! This pattern is accessible for beginners that are familiar with amigurumi crochet techniques. To make this adorable cacuts, you'll need to know how to do the following stitches/techniques: MC: magic circle CH: chain SC: single crochet SCINC: single crochet increase SCDEC: single crochet descrease HDC: half double crochet HDCINC: half double crochet increase SLST: slip stitch BLO: back loop only FO: finish off Sewing Weaving in ends I hope you enjoy making your own Penny the Bunny Cactus
Crochet Hook E/4 or 3.5 mm hook
Yarn Weight (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge Not vital to the project as long as tension is maintained throughout the project
Finished Size Approximately 5.5” tall from bottom of soil to top of head once assembled (ears not included in measurement)
Without a doubt, other color combos are also available as well. Indeed, there is nothing wrong with upping the hue combinations as each of these pocket teddy bears shows.
The full tutorial about this pattern is on Paintitcolorful blogspot: