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Happy Valentine`s Day and a new freebie


I wanted to celebrate this day with a new free pattern. Here it is! A little friendly duck. As the Easter is soon here this would be a great home decoration to bring the feeling of spring into your homes. Of course it can be a toy for babies and toddlers. And why not a cute keyholder for your adult friends.

Enjoy the free pattern!

Simplest teddy bear ever


Besides Waldorf dolls there`s one more thing I admire so much. It`s the sock animals. They`re so damn cute!!! I´ve tried making some myself and I must say I totally loved it. You can check my sock toys here. Read More

Pajamas teddy pattern

Lately I published the pattern of one of my favourite toys of all – Pajamas teddy. It`s such a sweet present for newborn and babies. A little fellow sitting on the bed or on the shelf, watching the baby sleep. He is wearing a cute striped pajamas and a flabby nightcap.

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Sometimes simple is the best

I had some fun with my Funny Bunny pattern and modified it into a little teddy bear and cat. I love the pattern because of it`s simplicity. I´m quite sure it`s one of the best patterns to start with when you`ve never tried making amigurumi animals before. But for those who have it`s still a fun basic model to experiment with. Read More

Valentine`s Day and a little heart bunny

Hi everyone and Happy Valentine`s Day!

I made this sweet little heart bunny using my own free pattern. Thanks to many kind people around the world the pattern is now available in 5 different languages – English, Spanish, Dutch, Polish and Estonian.

Click here if you wish to go to the free patterns page and be my guest to use the pattern to spread the love!


Funny bunny – free amigurumi pattern

On March I worked on a bunny pattern for publishing in an Estonian magazine writing about families, kids, upbringing, home etc. They have the kind of a “do-it-yourself” column and as amigurumi is becoming more and more popular here they asked for a toy pattern. Read More

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