Sarah Horrocks

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Crochet: Animal Toy
An adorable baby bunny for the little animal lover in your life! Similar in size to my farm animals, this little gal works up quickly and uses only a small amount of yarn.
Crochet: Animal Toy
The winters seem REALLY long here in Canada. I got tired of waiting for the robins this year so I decided to make my own. Like the chicken and duck in my farm animal set, he works up really quickly using only a small amount of yarn. A great project for an amigurumi beginner!
Crochet: Animal Toy
This cute little guy won’t do any damage to your garden or leave a slimy trail. Use up your yarn scraps and make a few!
Crochet: Animal Toy
This little guy is hopping down the bunny trail just in time for Easter, though I’m sure he will be loved year-round.
Crochet: Doll
Patty Cake was designed as an entry for Design Wars round 6. Inspired by my favourite photo of my daughter, I wanted to design something that showed my skill but made me step outside of my comfort zone a little. I had never designed a doll before but I was ready for a challenge!
Crochet: Softies - Other
This fun snowman stuffie won’t melt, even with all the warm hugs he receives!
Crochet: Toy Food
Gauge is not critical for these cute little cupcakes! Perfect treats for pretend tea parties, they fit perfectly into little hands. A great first project for someone wanting to try amigurumi for the first time and a great way to use up leftover bits of yarn.
Crochet: Cowl
I’m always looking for “One Skein” crochet projects. I pick up a single skein of something on a whim and then have no idea what I’m going to do with it. This cowl is thick, warm and should easily work up in an hour or less. I used Loops & Threads Charisma but you could substitute any other bulky weight yarn.
Crochet: Wall Hanging, Christmas Stocking
Fill the stockings and mittens of this advent calendar with goodies, or write fun family activities on slips of coloured paper and tuck them inside for a family activity advent calendar!
Crochet: Animal Toy
A great idea for a stocking stuffer! Rudolph works up quickly and is the perfect size for little hands. The littles in your life will love their squishy new friend!
Crochet: Animal Toy
Making Charlie the Horse is no pain! He works up quickly and easily. He’s the third ami in my series of farmyard friends and is sure to delight young and not-so-young alike.
Crochet: Animal Toy
I got it in my head one evening that I needed to make a pig ami that looked like a piggy bank. The rest is history!
Crochet: Animal Toy
Havarti might well be my favourite of all the farmyard friends. I think it’s her nose. I love that pink nose! Like the others, she’s quick and easy to work up and is perfect for little hands.
Crochet: Animal Toy
Lanolin is the second animal in my farmyard friends series. I decided that Hamlet needed a friend and it wasn’t long before Lanolin came to be!
Crochet: Animal Toy
Last but not least in my series of farm animals is Quackers the Duck. I just love his little ducky tail!
Crochet: Animal Toy
Arrgh! Salty the Pirate Octopus might look rough and tough with his missing eye and all, but really he’s a softie at heart. He’s the perfect size for small hands and makes a great gift for anyone who likes pirates or octopuses (octopi?) or BOTH!
Crochet: Animal Toy
Who’s ready for a little fowl play? Scratch is the first bird in my farmyard friends series. At the risk of dating myself- doesn’t she look like Camille- Gonzo’s Chicken girlfriend from The Muppet Show? It was totally unintentional, I promise. :)
Crochet: Softies - Other
This guy was inspired by Patchy Patch- the beloved stuffie of Binoo, the cat on the French Canadian show Toopy & Binoo. He’s squishy, ever happy and whether kids know the show or not, they love him!
Crochet: Animal Toy
Fabulous Mouse and Quiet Cat were inspired by Toopy and Binoo- the silly characters on the French-Canadian children’s show Toopy & Binoo. These patterns are long-anticipated and have created quite a stir! Kids LOVE them, whether they’re familiar with the tv show or not.
Crochet: Animal Toy
Get the MOST bang for your pattern-buying buck! This combo pack includes all three of the patterns inspired by the characters on the French-Canadian children’s show Toopy & Binoo.
Crochet: Animal Toy
Toopy from the French-Canadian children’s show was the inspiration for my fabulous mouse and I’m so proud of how he turned out. Children love him whether they are familiar with the show or not. He stands about 15” tall.
Crochet: Animal Toy
This happy little guy was inspired by Binoo- the cat on the French-Canadian children’s show Toopy and Binoo. He stands about 11” tall (the perfect size for little arms to hug!).
Crochet: Animal Toy
This guy was really fun to create. Is it bad that I want to keep all the stuffed toys I make? He required 30mm (huge!) safety eyes, which can be found at www.glasseyesonline.com if you can’t find them locally.
Crochet: Animal Toy
Inspired by Piglet from Winnie the Pooh, this pattern offers the option of making a stuffie or a lovie blanket. It is wrong to say I love his face so much I could eat his cheeks?
Crochet: Clutch
I’m so in love with the houndstooth pattern of this clutch! It works up quickly and easily and looks amazing in so many different colours!
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Such a simple pattern but SO cute! Great as a gift or photo prop (adorable fall photos, anyone?) this hat works up quickly and looks great in red or green. You’ll just want to eat your little one up in this hat!
Crochet: Animal Toy
Gauge is not critical for this adorable little guy.
Crochet: Brimmed Hat
Great as a baby gift or a photo prop, this hat is sure to make any little guy look dapper! Looks great paired with my newborn necktie!
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Love this hat, you will! This pattern has been edited to include all sizes from Newborn-Adult. I can’t believe how well this hat has done! It’s always a hit with Star Wars Fans young and old! Pattern is easy to follow and works up quickly, even in the larger sizes.