Do you ever feel like you have an angel watching over you? Do you need an angel watching over you? this little crochet angel gnome is happy to take up the task. Place him (or her) on a shelf to keep an eye on you as you go about your day. Everyone needs an angel watching over them. This gnome will make a beautiful gift to someone who is sick or just someone you can't be with right now.
This Mini Angel Amigurumi is only about 4.5 inches tall, making her the perfect size for a holiday ornament, stocking-stuffer, or gift for someone special. For this Mini Angel Amigurumi, the body and head are worked up as one piece and the arms and other features are sewn on at the end. When made in white and silver, she makes a beautiful angel, but if you change the colors and leave off the halo and/or wings, she also makes a really sweet mini fairy or princess! This little angel even includes instructions for two different hair styles! You can find more details and the free pattern on the Loops and Love Crochet blog at the link below!
The festive season isn’t complete without these little crochet gnomes to watch over and join in the fun with you. The cute Christmas crochet gnome pattern is super simple, beginner friendly and great for yarn stash busting. Add a little button nose and a fluffy beard and you're done! Go for a traditional Scandi Christmas crochet Santa or jazz them up and make them unique for this years Elf on the Shelf, the choice is yours. Worked in the amigurumi crochet method, in both UK and US crochet terms.
The Angel Pixie is an adorable, little doll that is quick and easy to crochet. This sweet and heavenly girl wears a white dress and has two feathery wings. She makes a perfect guardian angel toy or play companion for kids. She can also be a wonderful Christmas holiday gift or for someone you recognize as an angel in your life. The Angel Pixie’s PDF pattern file includes complete written instructions for the doll-making process with helpful visual references.
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.
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.