So many people are quick to say ew when it comes to seafood - but what if it was cute enough to eat? I think one of the best foods that have to do anything with fish are Tokoyaki Balls! And this cute little octopus here is already getting ready to look good for the meal! Don't know what Tokoyaki is? Written from Tokyo Treat, "Takoyaki originated in Osaka in the 1930's and today is ... Read More about Crochet Takoyaki Octopus Amigurumi
Summer is just around the corner and even though they exist all year round, a very cute horse of sorts starts to pop into the minds of a "summer animal"... the Seahorse! Thanks to Clover USA, I was able to bring one to life! It's so sweet but this seahorse in particular ate something that hasn't quite digested.. can you guess what was for lunch? A strawberry! You can see it all over it's ... Read More about Crochet Strawberry Seahorse Amigurumi
Snakes seem to get a lot of bad press and most of the time, I don't think its justified. It's one thing to have a phobia, I understand, but that doesn't mean hate needs to be spread! Snakes are just trying to live and exist like the rest of us and I quite personally think they can be so cute! They are so interesting and there are a few crochet artists who actually have their own pet snakes! And ... Read More about Crochet Snake Amigurumi
When I mention this animal to a lot of people, it doesn't seem to be one that people even know exist! The axolotl is just the cutest thing and here is a picture of what I am talking about if you didn't know: Click here to learn more about this creature! I decided I wanted to create this pattern after thinking about one of the cutest Pokemon, Mudkip! Mudkip is based off of this ... Read More about Crochet Axolotl Amigurumi
(This post was written on April 25, 2020. Thing's in the world may have improved by the time you're reading this, but regardless, it's always worth learning crochet!) I wont go into the current state of affairs of the world to begin this post, but more of us can agree that it's honestly a horrible way to start the new decade. It really does hurt to be so powerless with everything going on and I ... Read More about Why You Should Learn Crochet in 2020
I'm sure you've seen these all over the internet - #hashtags. You may have even heard it in speech! Well as some people may over use this word and you may grow annoyed by it, it does play a very important role on the internet. Knowing how hashtags work can be used in an effective way to promote yourself and get yourself seen on the busy web! So to explain what hashtags are, the are great ... Read More about Favorite Crochet Hashtags to Use on Instagram!
You can grab the Ad-free, printer friendly, PDF from my Ravelry store by clicking HERE! It’s always so much fun to be able to switch up textures when it comes to crochet and with this scarf, it’s never dull! Working in the front post and a normal double crochet, this piece blends in two different textures throughout – and topping it off with some very cute pom poms! The ... Read More about Crochet Eclipse Scarf
You can grab the Ad-free, printer friendly, PDF from my Ravelry store by clicking HERE! Before I started crocheting, I had been wanting to get into it so badly but just could not pick it up for the life of me. However, when I saw you could create crochet amigurumi dolls, something sparked in me and that's how I was able to make the final push into the craft! March is National Craft Month and ... Read More about Bushy Tail Crochet Scarf
This post was sponsored By Clover USA Growing up, the anime and manga Naruto grabbed my heart and was definitely one of the front-running anime's at the time! It became a house hold name and the franchise was at the top of the Shonen Jump Roster. Today, that spot seems to be poitning at the popular manga and Anime, My Hero Academia! since the first episode, I have become head over heels for ... Read More about Quirk Eraser Cosplay
You can purchase the full eBook through my shop as well as Ravelry! All 18 patterns will be yours to do with as you wish. Wow, to think the decade is finally over! What a period of growth this decade has been and I think it's worth gathering all my hard work into one place - Half my life was spent in the 2010's (my my ages of 15-25) and *almost* half of that half was spent with a crochet ... Read More about My First Crochet eBook!