Nancy Anderson

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Animal Toy
Another floppy, huggable member of my “Big Footed Critter” family. This time it’s an elephant, in honor of my new nephew.
Knitting: Doll
Doll is worked in the round throughout. Head, torso, legs & feet are worked as one in order to reduce seaming chores. Legs are worked using heel afterthought technique. Shoes are seamed at bottom using 3 needle bind off.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This pattern is designed with maximum shaping retention through the written & photographic tutorial which is included free in this pattern. In addition, he is designed with minimal seaming whereby the head, torso, legs & feet are worked as one. Ears are added at the provisional cast, arms & tail are worked separately & sewn on u...
Knitting: Animal Toy
This pattern is designed with minimal seaming & includes customized stuffing technique for maximum shaping retention. The stuffing tutorial is included free with the pattern and has written instructions and photo tutorials where needed. The tutorial allows for firm stuffing while maintaining all of that shaping you so meticulously knit, (on...
Knitting: Animal Toy
This pattern is designed with minimal seaming & includes customized stuffing technique for maximum shaping retention. The stuffing tutorial is included free with the pattern and has written instructions and photo tutorials where needed. It allows for firm stuffing while maintaining all of that shaping you so meticulously knit, (only to have...
Crochet: Doll
Each Super Sized pattern in this booklet has been designed to be completed in just a couple of evenings using worsted weight Red Heart® Super Saver® yarn & a super-sized L/8.00 mm crochet hook.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This pig is a real HOG and he wants to steal your candy.
Crochet: Doll
Based upon those felt elves so many of us had in our childhood homes, this remix pattern combines the old style of the knee hugging felt elves with big eyed anime’/amigurumi type faces & non-traditional colors for an updated, modern appeal.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The basic story of Clauderick really happened on the former homestead of Desert Garden Farms in Idaho. Desert Garden Farms is a small cottage industry providing custom dyed, carded & spun fibers from various sources including their very own animals.
Crochet: Animal Toy
Pomp-a-poodle has had PUPPIES!!
Crochet: Coaster
Quick but functional project, uses remnants.
Knitting: Toy Plant, Toy Game
Let’s make some peanut butter! This beanbag toss game has a whimsical twist. See how many goober peas (aka peanuts) you can get in the “jar”.
Knitting: Puppet
Another fun thing to do with an orphaned glove. This puppet is all mouth.
Knitting: Puppet
What can we do with one glove? We can make a cast of finger puppets. Find out how by trying out my free pattern.
Knitting: Animal Toy, Toy Game
How many fish can you catch? What color are your fish?
Knitting: Animal Toy
Pick and choose yarn from your own stash to customize your Sheepster.
Knitting: Doll, Doll Clothes - Other
Maggie Bean and Friends was originally published in the 2010 Petite Purls online magazine, which is no longer being published. The pattern is quite extensive and consists of multi-media crafting. In addition the pattern incorporates recycling/repurposing in the doll construction.
Crochet: Toy Food
Materials
Crochet: Softies - Other
Show your goober-love! Peanuts have rights too. Help promote the recently maligned goober pea with this pair of southern style peanut amigurumi’s, complete with smokeless tobacco of choice & camo ballcap. This is a fast & easy pattern. Make a bowl full, for your next party:)
Crochet: Animal Toy
Just in time for St Patrick’s day, Paddy O’Possum is stopping by for a pint, with his friends, Brunswick and Stewie. Paddy is a good natured fellow with a bit of an identity crisis; he is often mistaken for a rat.