Can you guess how many bunnies I’ve crocheted and knit over the past four years? Five, ten, fifteen, or twenty? I’m sharing all the bunnies I’ve made and how each one taught me something about crocheting, knitting and even myself.
It all started with one wonky little crocheted bunny.
When I made my very first amigurumi bunny, I had no idea that it was going to change my life. I could never have dreamed that crocheting and knitting bunnies (as well as other animals) would become a passion that would consume my life….in a good way.
Can you guess how many bunnies I’ve crocheted and knit in total?
I counted them all up and am totally surprised by the number!
These classic Disney crochet & knit amigurumi patterns include characters from Snow White, Cinderella, Peter Pan and many more. Crochet and knit your favorites from all your favorite classic Disney movies.
Although the Walt Disney Company was founded in 1923, it is still extremely popular almost one hundred years later (maybe even more so now).
I have such fond memories of watching all the classic Disney movies as a young girl. Walt Disney’s personal introductions were of particular interest to me.
I loved learning about the background and inspiration behind the movies. I even liked that they were a little scary with evil queens and wicked step-mothers.
As an adult I enjoy being able to recreate that nostalgic feeling through crocheting and knitting toys.
Looking for the most adorable amigurumi doll patterns? You’ll find paid and free projects, girl and boy dolls, and they are all completely captivating.
Do you remember your favorite doll?
I have two that I absolutely adored as a little girl. The first was a Holly Hobby fabric doll that wore the sweetest little calico dress and had long brown braids.
That was when I was fascinated with all things Little House on the Prairie and I named her Laura, after the famous star of the 1970s TV show.
My second favorite doll was handmade and given to me on Christmas of 1985. I remember it like it was yesterday. When I pulled her out of the box, she took my breath away. I named her Jenny and we were inseparable for many years. She’s currently sitting in a box in my closet in my bedroom, still not very far away.
Looking for the best FREE amigurumi Christmas patterns? These are the absolute holly-jolliest crocheted toy projects and the best part is that they are all FREE!
Christmas and amigurumi go together like Rudolph and mistletoe. And these FREE amigurumi Christmas patterns are sure to fill you with yuletide cheer.
These are THE 5 Amigurumi Books that need to be in your collection. From Harry Potter to Iconic Women to Kingdoms to Tooth Fairies and everything in between, you’ll be sure to find amigurumi toys to crochet for your family, friends and most of all yourself.
Is there anything better than brand new amigurumi books?
Ok. I’ll admit maybe there are a few like….puppies, kittens, newborn babies and Christmas.
But that’s it. Nothing else tops brand spanking new amigurumi patterns (that are all absolutely adorable too).
These eight adorable beach themed amigurumi projects include a seagull, narwhal, lobster, mermaid and more. Each of these coastal crochet patterns is unique and oh so cute.
There’s nothing quite like the bright sun, warm ocean waves and cool sand between your toes. So if you’re like me and are craving a little Vitamin Sea in your landlocked life, these are the patterns for you.
Cottage style is timeless. Think cozy country cottages and warm cups of tea. In Cottage Style Amigurumi Projects you will find eleven adorable crochet toy patterns that make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
I am all about cottage style right now. There’s been a resurgence lately in all things cozy and homey and I believe that applies to amigurumi as well.
I’m seeing more and more cottage style amigurumi projects from sweet forest animals to big ripe berries and everything in between.
I’ve found eleven crocheted toy patterns that epitomize cottage style and I hope you feel as inspired by them as I do.
It’s been an exciting week around these parts. After months of quarantining at home with little outside excitement, the past seven days have been full of fun. From an amigurumi soda project to some craft room redecorating, it doesn’t take much to make me happy.
When a local soda shop reached out to see if I wanted to create a custom drink for their June menu, I was really excited, but also kind of nervous.
I can follow a recipe, but I’m not known for being super creative in the kitchen. Thankfully, they were able to take my favorite summer flavors and make a combination that is super refreshing and a little decadent all at the same time.
AmiguruMay 2021 is the Instagram challenge for amigurumi lovers. It’s full of daily prompts, a planner and a robust community of makers. The best news is that it’s all FREE!
Are you ready for AmiguruMAY 2021?
For the third year in a row, Ilaria, from Airali Gray, is hosting the popular Instagram challenge. Will you be participating?
Amigurumi Grandma and Grandpa patterns are so much fun to crochet. You’ll find six adorable projects all with cute little faces and squishy round bodies. They will be sure to bring a smile to your face.
I don’t know about you, but I’m kind of obsessed with amigurumi grandma and grandpa patterns. There’s just something about their quirky little faces and round, squishy bodies that I just love.
While looking for amigurumi grandma and grandpa patterns I found six super cute, absolutely adorable projects and I think you are going to like them too.