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This tiny baby elephant is for a brand new baby boy
I made this little zebra foal for Jenny, she’s still a bit unsteady on her feet
Rufus will be on sale at Annie’s Attic Westerham from tomorrow.
Kieran asked me to crochet his gorgeous twin nieces, Orla and Ava. He sent me photos and I chose the colours to match what they wear. I gave them big Irish eyes and cute tutus. I’ll also be making their … Continue reading
Di loves lizards. So I crocheted her a little Chameleon. This is the first time I’ve crocheted with three strands of different coloured wool, it made it grow much quicker.
Gill and Richard have been together for 20 years. When their friend Sara asked me to crochet them, I was delighted. Happy Anniversary Gill and Richard! Thank you to Meike of Crafty Sheep for her helpful tutorial on how to do … Continue reading
Sarah’s bub Sapphire loves giraffes, so I made her baby one for her first birthday which is next week. The great thing about amigurumi is once you’ve learnt some basic shapes (spheres, eggs, tubes etc) you can put them together … Continue reading
Fifi doesn’t speak English, she only speaks Chinese. Did you know panda comes from Ailuropoda melanoleuca, lit. ”black and white cat-foot”? Fifi found a new home with Kirstin:
Sid (short for Citric Acid) is an original design, crocheted without a pattern. He’ll be listed in my etsy shop shortly, so keep an eye out http://www.etsy.com/shop/FlufferNutterCrafts Sid and Nancy are no relation to the tragic couple of Dickensian fame. … Continue reading
I crocheted Tottie without following a pattern. A lot of amigurumi dolls are very cutesy but I wanted to crochet a very curvaceous womanly doll. Tottie is gangly and unique.