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Crochet: Doll
I’d wanted to make a panda for a while and was so happy to get around to trying my hand at one- I’m super pleased with the results!
Crochet: Doll
•Worsted weight yarn in a flesh color, white & black
Crochet: Doll
The pattern ended up being 7 pages long, with 14 images and 2 illustrations. To make this little girl, you’ll need:
Crochet: Doll
This little guy is a tad shorter than the other costumed kids, but what he lacks in height, he makes up for in heart :)
Crochet: Toy Food
A super quick little Easter egg pattern.
Crochet: Doll
The pattern is 9 pages long with 30 images. There are two pages dedicated to the hair.
Crochet: Softies - Other
3 Hearts of different sizes to make and share.
Crochet: Doll
Her name is Elizabeth, chosen by my little girl & agreed upon since Elizabeth Bennet is one of my favorite heroines :)
Crochet: Doll
This pattern was named after my grandpa Chet- he’s definitely a fantastic grandpa but he can be a bit of a turkey sometimes ;)
Crochet: Doll
Made at the long standing request by my son, I finally figured out how I wanted the mane. I named him after a childhood friend whose parents went on safari when we were younger.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
Originally made for my niece, I was dissatisfied with the pattern, so when I was ready to hunker down and improve the pattern I spent a lot of time figuring out things that I wanted to fix and am now very happy with the results.
Crochet: Doll
Meet Naomi, named after my grandma’s sister; definitely a great aunt in all senses! She’s cute and fuzzy with a large brood of children and grandchildren and is as protective as a mama bear of them :)
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Meet Nichole, little sister to the Scott doll! She’s cute and big headed with a sweet braids and matching shoes and dress.
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Free pattern, thanks!
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I made this little guy for my cousin who definitely loves to have a little wine with her meals. I didn’t necessarily want to make a wine bottle, but I thought this would be a good alternative :)
Crochet: Animal Toy
I created this little octopus boy for my own little boy. He became interested in octopuses and wanted me to make one for him. He also wanted me to make a costume for him to wear in addition to having his own octopus boy :) So while he goes around pretending to be an octopus, he has a little friend to play with him!
Crochet: Softies - Other
Crochet: Doll
Made for my niece’s baby shower, my sister & brother in law sometimes call her their little monkey.
Crochet: Doll
I named this little guy after a family friend who happens to have been born on St. Patrick’s Day. He’s a good pal of my dad’s and always up for a good time!
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Meet Lana- named for the Spanish word for wool. I’d been thinking about making this little girl for a while, I was just trying to decide how I was going to make the fleecy part. After all the craziness of the holidays, I was able to take some time and finish her up!
Crochet: Doll
This doll I made as a Christmas gift for my 1 year old daughter. Since it was for her, and I’m pretty particular about things turning out just so, it took quite a while to get finished. I started right around Thanksgiving, but didn’t finish until after New Year’s with a bunch of other projects that needed to be attended to. Als...
Crochet: Doll
I made this for a swap for a sweet little girl my own daughter’s age.
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Named after my littlest sister, and probably for her for Christmas.
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Made for my butterfly loving aunt (and midwife) who recently passed away after battling leukemia for the past year, unfortunately she didn’t see her finished, but I know she’d have loved it.
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Francisca’s twin sister, I made them at the same time, the bodies are essentially the same, with the differences being in the wings.
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This one was challenging for me to figure out how to do the snowflake. I’m a “increase by 5’s” person and it wasn’t easy for me to do the increasing by 6’s, or the doily like aspect of the snowflake.
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Named after my brother-in-law who requested an animal named after him since I named the skunk after my sister & his wife.
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made for my sister whose stuck in the hospital on bedrest, her baby wants to meet us at 24 weeks instead of 40. She’s pretty upset since she’d planned a homebirth with a midwife and got a wrench thrown into her plans, so I made her favorite animal and made the little girl look like her!
Crochet: Doll
A costume my mom made for me when I was 5, and named after my husband’s feisty grandma!
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Summer is named after my stinky middle sister, the one I never got along with :) I did check with her first before naming a skunk after her. She was super quick to make, and I’m having fun making these little costumed kidlets!
Crochet: Doll
I used the detached chain stitch, or lazy daisy stitch, on her leg to make the flowers and french knots for the end of the eyelashes, and this time I just embroidered the hair on without making hair in my usual way. She really didn’t take that long to make, and I do like her more now that I’m done with her. I’ve named her anoth...
Crochet: Doll
I get most of my ideas by talking to my little boy, this one’s no exception. We were discussing Halloween costumes, and he wanted to borrow my little sister’s old dinosaur costume, we couldn’t find it, but I decided to come up with my own version in crochet.
Crochet: Doll
This was number 3 of my designs, done in ISU colors to placate my husband’s comments about crocheting all the time. I like his big ‘ole mustache since he reminds me of a couple of my uncles.
Crochet: Doll
Named after my mom and grandma, my very first design was an effort to make a doll that I wish was available to me when I was a brown haired, brown eyed little girl in a land of blond, blue eyed dolls!