I was so glad to see there were two more Estonian amigurumi designers in this list. Felt so proud for all of us! YEYYYY!!!!!
I made this mermaid doll for my daughter on her 10th birthday. I hadn`t made any dolls for her so long, but this year simply felt like I wanted to do it. I was definitely inspired by so many beautiful crochet mermaids I have seen in the internet.
I used this project for putting some of my yarn leftover in use. Linda liked especially the rainbow colored hair. I had bought this yarn years ago and was already about to through it away, but then got the idea of using it for the hair. I think it was a superb idea!
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.