How To Make a Little Zoo Mobile By Anette Vestergaard Bak – a manic hoarder of crocheted Little Zoo Animals. (Notes in Italics by Dedri) I have had success with gifting Little Zoo Animals as mobiles or at least ready to be turned into a mobile. So here are the instructions for making a 5-animal mobile […]
Anette Bak has done it again! Gendry the Giraffe is the seventh Little Zoo Animal in our series. His ears, horns, and legs are joined as you go, making for hardly any sewing. He can also sit, stand, and lie down with ease.
This little crochet sheep is part of the Little Zoo Series by Anette Bak and Dedri Uys. The pattern is free and includes plenty of helpful tips and photos.
Colin the Crochet Crocodile is 9.5″ from nose to tail. He is part of the Little Zoo Animals Series by Anette Bak and yours truly.
Zoe the Zebra is the fourth animal in the Little Zoo series. She is the second animal I have done in collaboration with the talented Anette Bak. Zoe the crochet zebra’s ears and legs are joined as you go, making for very little sewing indeed. Her moveable limbs mean that she can sit, stand, and […]
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 made this tree using the Free Foldable Desktop Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern by my friend Pam Perkins. It is a very simple and whimsical pattern and I love it! Pam’s designs always speak to the child within me.
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.
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 […]