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!
Get the Pattern by Moji Moji Design here
Elf Quartet Christmas Amigurumi Crochet Pattern By Moji Moji Design
This pattern includes instructions for all four elves. There are two girls in dresses and two boys in pantsuits. These elves will make a delightful addition to your festive decorations and would be ideal to give as gifts.
They're bound to liven up your life one way or another whatever they end up getting up to!
Crochet Monster Amigurumi Pattern
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!
Little Monster Free Crochet Pattern
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!
These sweet love bugs in the pictures below were created by Jen Hayes and they are so incredibly cute, don't you think? Not to mention how huggable and squishy they are! Making these is the perfect way to spread some love ane crochet kindness into the wold on Valentine's Day (and any other day of the year!).
Find the original free pattern on jenhayescreations.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.