They may be monsters, but they’re the most lovable little toys around! The pattern features crocheting in rounds, single crochet and slip stitch techniques. Offered in playful colorways, these lovable toys can be enjoyed as featured, or use colors that give them kooky personalities you imagine!
If you are a child of the 90th, no description for these toys is needed: you probably already gave them a piece of your heart.
'J' Monster is a horrendous and beautiful creature. Hairy Meatball is a smelly, funny, and shy one.
Pink Mosquito is the nervous bunny-like monster with feet in the shape of an elf’s shoe.
These patterns will not only help you to make your own amazing copies of these characters, you will also learn some of the unique techniques for shaping the crochet details.
Can you hear that strange shuffling and scuttling noise? Well that’s the sound of the Tippy Toe Monsters twirling around on their twelve tiny toes. This mad maelstrom of mischief making monsters will certainly keep you on your toes as you try and keep them out of trouble.
Those big bug eyes have a way of melting your heart. No matter how naughty they are It seems that Tippy Toe Monsters can get away with anything!
These small, easily customizable Monsters are the perfect gift for just about any one! They might teeth on wall trim, and I wouldn't recommend feeding them after midnight - but all-in-all they’re adorable and harmless.
This crochet monster pattern is for an Amigurumi-Style Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Adorable Monster. These Monster amigurumis have many interchangeable or combinable options to create over 64 different end-creations!
These monsters would be really great gift ideas for the kids in your life! If they’re scared of monsters being under the bed or in the closet, they won't be once they see how goofy monsters can be!
If you know a kid fascinated by monsters, this spooky little one will be a great addition to his or her toy box! Two long tentacles with eyes on their tips and a big long mouth make it looks a bit funny, don't you think?!
It's such an easy and quick crochet project that you'll want to make more than just one little monster! Use different colors, yarn and hook sizes to create an army of spooky monsters!