To begin with, the first lighting project is a night light crochet “skin”. Indeed, this one is absolutely adorable, and in addition to the free pattern can also be ordered as a kit with lights and all.
This little ornament is modeled after those oversized Christmas bulb lights that were popular a while back, and always seen in lots of bright colors! You could also string them together with black yarn (or work a long string of Chains in black!) to make them look more like a string of lights.
Get the Pattern here
- Designed by Vania Marvely
Bernie the Bee is a very fun and fashionable little fellow, that loves his stylish haircut! I’m pretty sure he’s going to be a great little friend for not only your kids, but also your adult friends, because he’s gonna make such a great keychain!
PHOTOS by Vania Marvely / Ravelry.com
Designed by: HolleyShae Donahue
My Lovely Medmaid set designed by HolleyShae Donahue could be a unicorn or a girl as you prefer! What’s more, you can make her soooo many different colours and use any yarn for her hair! Short hair for example, long hair, dark skin, light skin, bikini or a one-piece look, the options and combinations are practically endless!
The full article about this free pattern is here
To begin with, here is a burning crochet project right out of the fairy tales. Undoubtedly this fire breathing dragon is a great addition to your kids’ mythological playground. Moreover, it’s also highly cuystomizable, so you can adapt it to very particular dragon lore preferences.
The full article about this pattern is on https://www.amigurumitogo.com/ blog:
More info about project photographed on Ravelry.
To begin with, here are absolutely adorable, tiny bunnies that are just perfect to place in all manner of nooks and crannies. After all, it’s only right that bunnies of all sizes include nano-scaled ones.
The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry :