There is a new design in my free patterns collection. I´ve named it Nosy kitty. Actually it`s a modification of Funny Bunny. With changing the position of eyes, adding different ears and tail you will get an entirely different toy. Cute, isn`t it?!
At the moment the pattern is available in English, Hungarian and Estonian. Hope you enjoy!
Just letting you know my “Tiny luck elephant” pattern is included in the recently published Amigurumi for Beginners Bookazine. I´m so proud it has been featured on the front cover of the magazine! You should check it out (page 84!!!), because together with lots of cute designs there are thorough stitch explanations and many technical tips for complete beginners included in the edition.
Please meet Candy bunny! My new and sweet Easter inspired amigurumi design.
The story of this bunny actually started several months ago. As it sometimes happens, you have an idea but you loose the connection with it when you start bringing it into life. The same happened to me.
In February we had the penguin theme in Estonian Amigurumi Club. Everybody made penguins (this is optional of course!). As I had wanted to make a penguin for some time, I felt this was the right moment to try it out. You can see my first attempt standing in the front. I wasn`t completely satisfied with it, so I tried another version as well. The two penguins standing in the back are basically the same, I only tried different yarns. The gray one is made using wool and the pink one is made with cotton. I asked my Instagram and Facebook fans which one they like the most. I haven`t counted their answers yet, but it seems like there are mostly wotes for the gray penguin and almost the same amount for the penguin on the front. Some people also suggested I´d use the body of the gray one and the head of the front one :)
I want to continue with this design as soon as I am back from a small holiday to give my body and mind some rest. And after finishing a special Easter design :) We`ll see what comes out of my penguins in the end!
Made this little mouse using my Silky spring mouse pattern. Instead of silk yarn I used pure alpaca wool. It gives such a nice hairy surface. I felt a cosy scarf would fit him better than a lace collar. So I took some leftover yarn and made a tiny scarf which is fastened with a button. Looks awesome!