Happy Wednesday lovely readers!
It’s alive! My baby humpback is finished, and will be delivered next week to my friend, I hope he loves it as much as I do! One of my friends suggested that I make a huge version of it and sleep with it, that would be totally awesome, maybe a should give it a go! If you fancy making your own, the pattern is free on 1dogwoof‘s website. Have you ever tried making giant amigurumi?
I love it so much! It’s already in the suitcase, all ready for it’s travel back to Brisbane. I hope you are all having a great week!
Happy Wednesday beautiful readers!
I hope you have been well, the week here has been busy! I have finally started writing the patterns I entered in the amigurumi design contest and I have actually just finished writing up Wiley the Wisp’s pattern. I have decided to make Wiley a free pattern, which you can find on my Ravelry page following the link below.
Find the pattern here!
If you decide to make him, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram @emmacraftsdesign so that I can see your creations 😊
I am also in the process of writing up Sandy the Sea Dragon’s pattern. I think that Sandy will be a paid for pattern but I will need a couple of testers to make sure the pattern is correct and easy to understand.
If you would like to be a tester for Sandy, please let me know in the comments and I’ll chose two people that I’ll announce on next Monday.
Happy Monday my lovely readers!
I hope that you all had a great weekend. I don’t know if I mentioned this before, but at the moment my husband’s family is getting bigger and bigger, and with new babies, I obviously have to make cute baby gifts!
This one is for a soon to be little girl, so I decided to make a softie/blanket. For the head, I used the pattern from Edward’s Imaginarium by Kerry Lord, with the rabbit ears (H4 if you have the book). For the blanket part, I used a free pattern from the Hobbicraft website, the Bernat Star blanket and stopped when I thought the blanket was big enough. All that was left to do was to sew the two together and to add details like the nose and eyes (making sure to secure everything really really well). I really love this softy, it’s super cute and I hope the future parents love it too!
Lately it looks like I’ve been super inspired, I have had a few fast crochet projects over the last weeks. I’m really please with that, but maybe it’s not so good as I’ve also been procrastinating on my bigger projects. Anyway, today’s FO is one of those fast projects, an amigurumi to be precise. It’s inspired from the video game Dofus (it’s pretty good, I used to play it a lot when I was younger and I recently got back to playing a bit).
This little sheep is called a Gobball and it’s one of the earliest monsters you can find in the game.
Here is what it looks like in the game.
I’m really happy with how it turned out and I’m planning on making more of the Dofus monsters in the future 🙂
I might put the pattern up in ravelry eventually, so if you’re interested, keep an eye out for it.
Almost quite literally this time!
I don’t know if you have that at home, but in Australia, some people have mad skills at decorating their homes for Christmas. Tonight we went to see the runner up and the winner of our area for best light display and it was quite amazing!
I’m afraid that the pics don’t really do the lights any justice, it was truly magical!
And I have finished my Christmas presents at last!
Bulbasaur is ready to be gifted on Saturday!
And this is part of my secret Santa, for a fishing lover 🙂
Hope you guys are finished or almost there with all your amazing gifts!