I made this crochet hat using the Not Another Owl Hat Pattern (NOAH) by Rhondda Mol from Oombawka Design. I love the dopey eyes and the sticky-uppy mouth! FREE Toddler Size Pattern Available.
Make your very own crochet rhinoceros with this free pattern. Rupert is an intermediate join-as-you-go design.
I am so excited to share Edward with you. He is a Circus Elephant Lovie with a jaunty little hat and a striped linen-stitch blanket. This is a Dribs and Drabs design (like a crochet-along but more chaotic).
I have now updated the pattern for Grace the Crochet Elephant Lovie with better photos and a simplified head. I have also altered the blanket to be slightly smaller so that it is more proportionate.
Napolion is just the sweetest little crochet lion in the world! The photos honestly don’t do him justice. He’d make a perfect desk-buddy…In fact, I think I might take him to work for those times when I need a little bit of extra courage.
The pattern for the crochet flower puzzle ball has now been updated with loads of clear photos and better instructions (hopefully). You can find the pattern here.
Meet Tau the Crochet Lion Lovie. The pattern includes loads of photos, as well as links to helpful resources.
Transform a dreary snuggle blanket into a thing of beauty using good old dye and a front-loader washing machine. There was nothing that could calm my sons down like being wrapped almost-too-tight and swayed back and forth while I hissed in their ears like a deranged woman.
Meimei means little sister in Chinese. And isn’t it the perfect name for this little baby elephant crochet pattern? Meimei is 11 cm from front to back (not including her trunk) and 9 cm high (4.3″ x 3.5″). Perfect, right? She has movable limbs, so she can sit and stand with ease. She takes very little […]
I have had the privilege of testing this lovely Is it Knit? Crochet Hat pattern for Rhondda from Oombawka Design. And it’s easy to see where she got the name from. The particular stitch she uses yields a true stockinette finish. Is that impressive? YES! I think every crocheter in the world has tried, at […]