Boxy Panda Pattern

I’ve never met a panda I  didn’t like. They are as adorable in toy form as they are in real life, though I’d rather cuddle a toy version.  That’s why I’ve designed my own little toy panda based on the boxy design of my last post, boxy little pig. The main body/head of the panda…

One pattern, endless combinations

Many ami patterns are highly adaptable. Once you have the basic shape, you make what you can take it in a multitude of directions. Take my last creation, Deadpool. I could easily turn that into Iron Man or Spiderman with some simple changes. Elmo becomes cookie monster with some blue yarn and crocheted chocolate chip…

Deadpool pattern

Something I’ve been wanting to make for a few months is a Deadpool ami. It’s the birthday of one of my favorite co-workers today, and she loves Deadpool. So I set out last week determined to make an ami version for her. Once again, as with Elmo, I couldn’t find a free pattern that I…

Elmo pattern

I couldn’t find an existing free Elmo crochet pattern that I liked, so I created my own.

Santa’s reindeer

Long ago 😉 there was no on-demand TV or movies, no streaming and no DVDs. Heck we didn’t even have VHS tapes (I’m well aware that I’m giving away a lot about my age here). We had 4 channels that ran from six am to midnight. We watched whatever was on at the time and often…

Pokemon Ami

I found a young woman down under with some mad crochet skills who has posted her very own free and easy to follow Pokemon patterns.

Why Amigurumi?

Incredibly talented people have taken the old lackluster crochet hobby into the 21st century …