Chick in Easter Egg Pattern

As a child I loved Easter almost as much as Christmas as it meant there would be crafting time! We’d do egg painting, make pipe cleaner animals and fastenlavenris; a Nordic tradition where we decorate branches with colourful feathers and hang the decorated eggs from them. I still decorate my house every Easter but nowContinue reading “Chick in Easter Egg Pattern”

Headband Pattern

This headband doubles up as a makeup hairband so whether it’s winter or summer it’s a great project if you’re looking for a quick and easy make. The pattern below is based on my head size so you can simply add or reduce rows for the perfect fit for yourself. Materials:Yarn: Cygnet Yarns Chenille Chunky,Continue reading “Headband Pattern”

Hello Kitty Pattern

This Hello Kitty is made with all Cygnet Yarns Chenille which is one of my favourite yarns due to it’s thickness, which results in such a lovely pronounced stitch effect. Please note, this pattern is for personal use only. Materials:You’ll need 2 balls of white and 1 of the othersColour A: Cygnet Chenille, WhiteColour B:Continue reading “Hello Kitty Pattern”

Love Bug Pattern

The perfect quick make to gift to someone you love! I’ve included lots of step by step photo’s for this one. Black chenille yarn isn’t the easiest to work with so make sure you’ve got plenty of light in your crochet spot. If you’re a beginner then perhaps try swapping the black for pink toContinue reading “Love Bug Pattern”

Baby Pluto Pattern

Who doesn’t love Baby Pluto, to make your own find the pattern below! (It’s important that you use the yarns listed below or I can’t guarantee that the result will be the same) Please note, this pattern is for personal use only. Materials used:Colour A: Cygnet Yarns Chenille Chunky, HoneydewColour B: James C Brett FlutterbyContinue reading “Baby Pluto Pattern”

Winnie the Pooh Pattern

Winnie the Pooh and friends were some of my favourite characters when growing up. From furry diaries to carpets and blankets, it had to be Winnie the Pooh themed. So of course I had to recreate some of these loveable characters as amigurumis. They are all designed with chenille yarn to make them extra squishy.Continue reading “Winnie the Pooh Pattern”