An amigurumi dragon inspired by binge watching Game of Thrones. As I started assembly, I realized that while the pattern was cute, it was missing several “dragonish” details – like wings, the spine and I felt his eyes needed to pop – alot.
This crochet backpack is the perfect size for holding an iPad plus a few extra small things.
My oldest granddaughter, Rebecca, wanted an amigurumi giraffe for Christmas (they made their lists earlier this year when they were here), so we cruised through Pinterest and she found one that she fell in love with. I named her Jill.
It is hard not to see dragonflies as something mystical and wondrous – they seem to defy gravity with four transparent wings as they glide over hidden pools and near bodies of water. As a totem spirit, the Dragon fly teaches us whim, transformation, and adaptation to enliven our souls
Serentiy, the first crochet fantasy amagurumi that I made from Esther Emaar’s patterns.
Everyone loves mermaids and this has to be the most adorable of all the crochet mermaid patterns available! Finny is designed by Esther Emaar of House of Creations.
Octavia the Octopus is a free crochet amigurumi pattern available from http://www.yarnspirations.com and while the finished amigurumi is really quite lovely I found several flaws in the pattern itself, which was quite disappointing.
Frizzy is a minirumi or a little Fantirumi (little fantasy amigurumi), designed by Esther Emaar of Crochessie/House of Creations. Frizzy is Frozzy’s companion and I finished her early Christmas Eve morning!
Frozzy is a minirumi or a little Fantirumi (little fantasy amigurumi), designed by Esther Emaar of Crochessie/House of Creations. She is designed to be made with 100% Cotton Fingering Weight yarn, a size B (2.25 mm) hook and is crocheted around an empty surprise egg. Here are the modifications that I made to the original pattern, which I hope will help anyone here in the U.S. who wishes to make this lovely Minirumi without the egg and with larger yarn.
Tassey is another absolutely adorable Fantirumi (Fantasy Amigurumi) designed by Esther Emaar of Crochessie/House of Creations. Tassey is a paid pattern (roughly $5.50 American) and is currently only available in Dutch, but the English version will be available soon.