This Butterfly pattern comes with instructions for a realistic butterfly body, and FOUR individual styles of butterfly wings! These butterflies are ready to flutter into your home and sit patiently wherever you put them. This pattern features stunning wing styles ranging from extremely simple to textured and complex and clear step by step instruction with a lot of row-by-row photos. I have designated this pattern as advanced beginner, and I am so proud that it s extremely versatile and compatible with so many other patterns of mine! I’ve seen people make a butterfly octopus! A butterfly monster! And a butterfly dragon! Stunning!
This pattern comes with instructions for a cloud, snow flakes, rain drops, lightning bolt, rainbow spirals, rainbow ribbons, a small star, a large star and a sun!
This pattern features at least 10 different possible combinations for adorable smaller (quickly made) items and clear step by step instruction with a lot of row-by-row photos.
I’ve designated this pattern as an advanced beginner level pattern. And so long as you keep any ribbon-pieces shorter than 7 inches and skip using safety eyes, this is the PERFECT addition to a baby gift!
I did something scary and exciting! I entered my Dragon pattern in the Etsies! The Etsy Design Awards!! This is the first competition that Etsy is hosting! I can’t wait to see what everyone puts out there for this! I can’t figure out whether I’m foolish for having a very real hope of being chosen as a finalist for this! Eee! Exciting!
There is a BRAND NEW UPDATE available to the Dragon pattern! IF you purchased the pattern on Ravelry, it should automatically be available for you to download. If you purchased it on Etsy, I sent you a manual update to your email address. If you did not receive that email update, please message me on Etsy and I will make sure you get your updated copy!
Whatever you call it, I wrote a new pattern for it!
You can find it here on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/694045116/griffin-crochet-amigurumi-pattern
Or here on Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/griffin-3
New Seahorse pattern is now available!!
You can find it here on Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/seahorse-32
Or here on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/681598581/seahorse-crochet-amigurumi-pattern
The Last published pattern of 2018 was the Pony Pattern! Using it, you can make a Pony (Horse), a Pegasus (Horse with Wings), or an Alicorn (Horse with Wings and a Horn)! Also features minimal sewing!
You can find it here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pony-pegasus-unicorn-alicorn
Or Here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/650091086/pony-crochet-amigurumi-digital-pattern
Have your child (or classroom!) tell the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar by feeding the Caterpillar the correct food as you read the story! Kids will be able to practice all kinds of skills like color recognition, counting, gross and fine motor skills. The best part is that you clean up the toy as you play with it!! This pattern is 10 pages long and contains a full set of instructions with photographic illustrations, and specific links to every other FREE pattern you will need to put together a full set of every piece of food in Eric Carle's "The Very Hungry Caterpillar"!!
Available here on Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hungry-caterpillar-play-set
This Monster Pattern is available on Ravely: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/choose-your-own-adventure-monster
This pattern is for an Amigurumi-Style Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Adorable Monster. These Monsters have many interchangeable or combinable options to create over 64 different end-creations!! You can truly customize exactly what you want to make. There are Monsters with overbites or underbites, Monsters with legs and Monsters without legs, Monsters with dangly feet and Monsters with flat feet, Monsters with long or short arms, Monsters with horns or ears (or both!), Monsters with mohawks or spikes down their back, Monsters with eyebrows and/or claws, Monsters with as many teeth as you want in one of three styles!
Each step is photo-illustrated. Yarn amounts are extremely variable depending on what options you use. This project is an excellent stash buster for all sorts of smaller amounts of yarn you have on hand for all the different contrasting decorative bits you might choose to make.
The Crafty Intentions Pegasus Crochet Amigurumi Pattern is now available! You can find it here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pegasus-5
Or Here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/635597418/digital-pegasus-crochet-amigurumi
Fox pattern! Now, I didn't just wing this. I did write it down. But... Is it good enough to publish it? Would you want to make one like this? I'm undecided about whether or not it's worth actually typing up, testing, and publishing. Hmm...
The simple octopus (As pictured above) is crocheted in one piece. You add safety eyes, stuff the head and crochet a disc and sew that on the bottom of the octopus to seal in the stuffing. This is a very quick piece and is perfect for easy toys to sell at craft fairs or a simple gift for a kid. Felt on the eyes to make it toddler-friendly.
The complex octopus (as pictured above) is crocheted in two solid pieces, which are then crocheted together around the entire edge using single crochets. The body of the octopus can be as firmly stuffed as you want. This takes longer than the simple octopus, but achieves a nice realistic look with the suckers/bobble stitches!
This is a guide to the Mermaid Unicorn Mermicorn Hippocampus pattern.
(Yes, it is Hippocampus. Yes, that's also the name of part of the brain!)
There are two patterns available for the Crafty Intentions Mermaid Unicorns!
The main Mermaid Unicorn Pattern is available on both Ravelry and Etsy. This is a 39 page pattern in English (using American crochet terms). A Mermaid Unicorn from this pattern is approximately 11 inches tall from Hoof to Top of the Head (without Horn), about 4 inches wide from left to right side, and about 28 inches long from nose to the end of the Tail Fin using a 4.0mm G hook and worsted weight yarn. This pattern includes instructions for the Mermaid Unicorn body, head, ears, horn, two types of mane, front legs, Tail, Side, and Dorsal fins. With this pattern you can make a fully realized Mermaid Unicorn with or without wire for poseability.
The Add-On: Mermaid Unicorn Fins pattern is available on both Etsy and Ravelry. This is a 39 page pattern featuring instructions on how to make four additional fin styles to use in conjunction with the Main Mermaid Unicorn body. Style 1 of the fins is in the main pattern, style 2 through four are featured in this add-on. Style 2 includes all fins (Tail, Side and Dorsal) in the bottom right photo above. Style 3 includes all fins (Hoof, Leg, Mane, Ear) in the bottom left photo above. Style 3 includes all fins (Tail, hoof, mane, ear, side, dorsal) in the top left photo above. Style 4 includes all fins (Tail, Mane, Side, Dorsal) in the top right photo above. You will need to use this pattern with the Main pattern listed first as this add-on is only an expansion pack and does not contain instructions on creating the Mermaid Unicorn body.