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Wonder Crochet Blanket CAL 2016: Section 13

Woohoo! It’s time for my section of the Wonder Crochet Blanket CAL!

I’ve been waiting for this moment for quite a while now 😉

My section of the blanket has particular meaning to me. I created it as an homage to my Grandma, who taught me how to crochet.

My Grandma is an AWESOME crocheter. She was a great teacher and I owe my love of crochet to her! (Thanks Grandma! <3)

So today I’m sharing my part of the blanket with you, but I’m also sharing a part of my crochet journey…so thank you for taking this journey with me!

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Just a reminder: you should be using an I/5.5mm hook (or your equivalent) and worsted weight. For my sample, I used various Loops and Threads Impeccable colors.

Okay, let’s get started!

Depending on what section you chose to do for #12, you’ll have either a row of sc, hdc, or dc as your last row.

If your last row left you with the wrong side facing you, then you’re good to go! If it left you with the right side, do a row of hdc before you begin the pattern below.

Abbreviations:

sk – skip

ch – chain

sc – single crochet

hdc – half double crochet

dc – double crochet

fpdc – front post double crochet

fptr – front post treble crochet

bpdc – back post double crochet

BLO – back loops only

FLO – front loops only

Turning chains do NOT count as a stitch throughout. Repeats are in ( ).

R1: (right side) ch2, turn, (in BLO, 1 dc each in next 4 stitches; sk next st, in next st: 2dc, 2ch, 2dc; sk next st, in BLO, 1 dc each in next 4 stitches) repeat ( ) until end

R2: ch2, turn, (4hdc, ch1, sc in 2ch from last round, ch1, 4hdc) repeat ( ) until end

R3: ch2, turn, (in BLO, 1 dc each in next 4 stitches, skip the ch1, in sc from last round: 2hdc, ch1, 2hdc; skip next st; in BLO, 1 dc each in next 4 stitches) repeat ( ) until end

R4: ch2, turn, (4hdc, hdc in 1st hdc from cluster in last round, skip one hdc, hdc in ch, skip one hdc, hdc in 2nd hdc from cluster in last round, 4hdc) repeat ( ) until end

R5: ch2, turn, dc in each stitch across

R6: ch2, turn, (in FLO, 1 dc each in next 5 stitches, fptr, in FLO, 1 dc each in next 5 stitches) rep ( ) until end

R7: ch2, turn, (5bpdc, fpdc, 5bpdc) rep ( ) until end

R8: ch2, turn, hdc in each stitch across

That’s it!

I hope you enjoy this part of the Wonder CAL. Please feel free to comment below or email me with any questions! (jess@screentostitch.com)

Happy Crocheting!

 

 

 

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free unicorn crochet pattern amigurumi

FREE Crochet Pattern: UNI-CORN Amigurumi

I LOVE unicorns. (Who doesn’t?!)

They are the coolest mythical creature, by far. (I mean, they poop rainbows!)

So today I have for you, my version of the unicorn: a UNI-CORN.

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What is a UNI-CORN? It’s a fluffy kernel of popcorn with a unicorn’s rainbow horn! The UNI-CORN is the coolest popcorn friend you will ever have! With a rainbow horn and magical popping-powers, the UNI-CORN will be your new favorite amigurumi toy. Crochet his horn in whatever magical colors you’d like and assemble his fluffies sporadically so he looks like he’s just been popped!

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I’m so excited to share this pattern with you all…enjoy!

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Materials List

size H crochet hook

yellow yarn (I used Caron brand yarn)

black yarn (used for face)

stuffing

yarn needle

scissors

5 rainbow colors of yarn (I used, red, orange, green, blue and purple in varying brands)

 

Notes
Pattern is worked in continuous rounds.
An inc is made by working 2 sc in the same st.
I use an invisible dec which is made by inserting your hook into front loops only of next 2 stitches, yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook, yarn over, pull through final 2 loops on hook, counts as 1 sc.

Pattern Instructions
Corn Top
R1: 6sc in ML
R2: (inc) rep 6 times (12)
R3: (sc, inc) rep 6 times (18)
R4: sc, (inc, sc) rep 6 times, then sc in last st (24)
R5: (sc) in each st around (24)
R6: (3sc, inc) rep 6 times (30)
R7: (sc) in each st around (30)
R8: (2sc, inc, 2sc) rep 6 times (36)
R9-16: (sc) in each st around (36)
R17: (2sc, dec, 2sc) rep 6 times (30)
FO and weave in end

Corn Bottom 
R1: 6sc in ML
R2: (inc) rep 6 times (12)
R3: (sc, inc) rep 6 times (18)
R4: sc, (inc, sc) rep 6 times, then sc in last st (24)
R5: (3sc, inc) rep 6 times (30)
FO with at least a 10” tail

Small Corn Fluff (make 4) 
R1: 6sc in ML
R2: (inc) rep 6 times (12)
R3: (sc) in each st around (12)
R4: (sc, inc) rep 6 times (18)
R5: (sc) in each st around (18)
R6: (sc, dec) rep 6 times (12)
FO with at least a 6” tail

Large Corn Fluff (make 4) 
R1: 6sc in ML
R2: (inc) rep 6 times (12)
R3: (sc) in each st around (12)
R4: (sc, inc) rep 6 times (18)
R5: (sc) in each st around (18)
R6: sc, (inc, sc) rep 6 times, then sc in last st (24)
R7: (sc) in each st around (24)
R8: (sc, dec, sc) rep 6 times (18)
R9: (sc, dec) rep 6 times (12)
FO with at least a 8” tail

Rainbow Horn 
R1: with red, 6sc in ML
R2: in BLO (sc, inc) rep 3 times (9)
R3-4: (sc) in each st around (9)
R5: with orange, in BLO, (ss) in each st around (9)
R6: in BLO, (sc) in each st around (9)
R7: (sc) in each st around (9)
R8: with green, in BLO, (ss) in each st around (9)
R9: in BLO, (sc) in each st around (9)
R10: (sc) in each st around (9)
R11: with blue, in BLO, (ss) in each st around (9)
R12: in BLO, (sc) in each st around (9)
R13: (sc, dec) rep 3 times (6)
R14: with purple, in BLO, (ss) in each st around (6)
R15: in BLO, (sc, dec) rep 2 times (4)
ss to 1st sc, FO and weave closed
Assembly
It’s easier to do the face before you start assembly, so start by sewing the face with black yarn, following the picture.
Stuff corn top and match with corn bottom. (Think of it like you’re putting a lid on a jar!)
Sew bottom onto top, stuffing as you go.
Add corn fluff one by one, alternating large and small fluffs. Vary heights slightly so it doesn’t look too uniform. Stuff fluffs before sewing onto main section of corn.
Cut a 6” section of red yarn (or whatever color you started your horn with) and sew horn directly over face, making sure it’s centered.

Happy crocheting!
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WIP Wednesday #7: The Zen Blanket Pattern (Free!)

Can I just start by saying that I love Periscope?! I think it’s so cool to be able to connect with my readers, fans and customers that way. A big thanks to everyone who was on yesterday’s Periscope!

This pattern was going to be called the Easy Peasy Scrap Eater Blanket, but everyone on Periscope convinced me that it should be renamed The Zen Blanket, so here it is!

the zen blanket free crochet pattern from screen to stitch

This pattern is perfect for eating up scraps. It’s super easy to memorize and can grow to be as big as you’d like! I used the word zen when describing how patterns like this make me feel…they can be very meditative as you don’t have to think about the pattern or the colors, you can just relax and crochet. And that’s where the name came from!

Share your pics with the hashtag #zenblanket so I can see!

The Zen Blanket Pattern

Turning chain does NOT count as a stitch throughout.
ch 21
R1: in 4th ch from hook, dc (dc) in each st across (18)
R2: ch1, turn, sc in next st (sc) in each st across, not including turning chain from row below (18)
R3: ch3, turn, dc in next st (dc) in each st across, not including turning chain from row below (18)
rep rows 2-3 until you run out of yarn (end on a complete row) then attach the next color and keep going

Keep going until you reach the length you desire your blanket. Then start over from R1 and make another panel. Keep making panels until you have enough to make the blanket the width you desire.

Sew the panels together using the zipped ladder stitch, or whichever sewing method you prefer.

Here are some helpful tutorials for the techniques used in this blanket:

Changing Colors in Crochet

Zipped Ladder Stitch Tutorial

I hope you like this pattern! Make sure you share your Zen Blanket project with me by using the hashtag #zenblanket so I can see!

Let’s use up those scraps so we can buy some more yarn!! (hehe)

What are you working on right now? Share in the comments below or in the Facebook group!

French Toast Free Crochet Pattern

Free Pattern: French Toast

If you told me I could only have one breakfast for the rest of my life, I would immediately choose French toast. No hesitation necessary!

This cute little French Toast softie is fun to whip up and oh so cute! (Although, not so delicious. Don’t try eating him!)

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French Toast Crochet Pattern:

Materials

size H (5.oomm) crochet hook

tan yarn

dark brown yarn

red yarn

black yarn

9mm black safety eyes (you could also embroider or crochet eyes)

yarn needle

stuffing

Toast Sides (make 2)

R1: ch15
R2: sk 1st ch, (sc) in each st across (14)
R3-18: ch1, turn, (sc) in each st across (14)
FO
R19: attach yarn on right side (with RS facing) 2 rows down; ch1, 4dc in next st, 3dc in corner st, hdc in next st and every st across the top, stopping at the other corner; in corner st do 3dc, 4dc in next st on side of toast, ss into next st
FO and weave in ends

Crust

R1: ch3
R2: sk 1st ch, (sc) in each st across (2)
R3-83 : ch1, turn, (sc) in each st across (2)
FO, leave a long tail (long enough to sew crust to toast sides)

Moustache (make 2)

R1: ch11
R2: in 2nd ch from hook, sc, then: 1sc, ss
FO with a tail long enough to sew onto face

Scarf

R1: ch2
R2: sc in 2nd ch from hook
R3: ch1, turn, inc (2)
R4: ch1, turn, inc, sc (3)
R5: ch1, turn, inc, 2sc (4)
R6: ch1, turn, sc, inc, 2sc (5)
R7-55:ch1, turn, sc across (5)
R56: ch1, turn, 2sc, dec, sc (4)
R57: ch1, turn, dec, 2sc (3)
R58: ch1, turn, dec, sc (2)
R59: ch1, turn, dec (1)
R60: ch1, turn, sc (1)
FO, leave long tail for sewing onto toast

Beret

R1: sc 6 in ML
R2: (inc) rep 6 times (12)
R3: (sc, inc) rep 6 times (18)
R4: (sc) in each st around (18)
R5: (inc, 2sc) rep 6 times (24)
R6: (3sc, inc) rep 6 times (30)
R7: (sc) in each st around (30)
R8: in BLO, (dec) rep 15 times (15)
FO and leave a long tail for sewing

Beret Stem

R1: leaving a longer beginning tail than usual, ch5
FO and leave enough of a tail to sew it to top of beret

Assembly

I added his face before sewing the crust on. Add the safety eyes according to the picture and sew the mustache pieces on with the big sides together (see pictures). If you’d like, give him eyebrows with the dark brown yarn.

Next, we’ll sew the two sides of the bread together with the crust. I sewed the crust to the back piece of bread entirely and then added the top side of bread. Be sure to stuff lightly before you close it up!

Wrap the scarf around the toast lightly and sew to keep in place. Pinch the front of the scarf together and wrap the red yarn around it a few times to make a “knot”.

Stuff the beret lightly and sew to top corner of the French toast.

That’s it!

Summer Sunshine Club

Today I’m introducing the Sunshine Club, a fun new way to share crochet with the people you love.

My Summer Sun Softie pattern is one of my most downloaded patterns and I thought it would be fun if we used the coming of summer to our advantage to spread a little sunshine!

Summer Sun Softie Crochet Pattern

How the Sunshine Club works:

1. Using my free pattern, make a summer sun softie (or several!)
2. Give the sun to someone you love, someone who could use a little sunshine, or just someone that likes cute cuddly suns!
3. Post a pic of your sun (and it’s recipient, if possible!) on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, using the hashtag: #STSsunshineclub

That’s it!

Spread some love and some sun and have fun!

Happy crocheting!
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ps- stay tuned on my Instagram for pics of who I’ll be sending my sunshine to!

Yarn Storage Wall Update: Finished!

A while ago I wrote a post about my plans to make a yarn storage wall. Things took longer than I was expecting, but the wall is finally finished!

I was so excited to see my yarn finally all organized!

Does anyone else have any cool yarn storage solutions that they use?! Share them (or your lack of storage solutions!) with the tag #stateofthestash on Instagram so we can see!

Pattern Release: Oh from Dreamworks’ Home

My latest amigurumi pattern, Oh from Dreamworks’ new movie Home, is available now in all of my shops!

Yay!

This one has taken me a while to finally get ready for you guys, but I’m super excited to have it ready for you now!

In an effort to make my patterns even better, I’ve added some step-by-step pics for the harder parts of this pattern and I’ve also included a template for the felt pieces for his eyes. (Just like my Baymax pattern, the first of my patterns to include printable templates for the felt pieces.)

Watch the trailer for Home to see Oh in action!

Check it out now, in My Pattern Shop, Ravelry, Etsy, or Craftsy!

Happy Crocheting!

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Baymax Crochet Softie

Pattern Release: Baymax from Big Hero 6

I’m not a perfectionist when it comes to everything (like cleaning my room). But certain things turn me into one (like writing crochet patterns).

So yesterday I had the Baymax pattern ready to be released and then I just couldn’t get past something.

His hands looked all wrong. The thumbs were placed weird and I just couldn’t release the pattern until I fixed it.

Baymax Crochet Softie

Long story short, I had to remake both entire arms (because the arms are constructed from the hand up).

There was nothing wrong with the arm part of the pattern, but those hands were bothering me so much that I ripped his arms off (nice and gently, of course!) and started over.

Whew!

Now that that’s taken care of, I can release the pattern to you guys!

Big Hero 6 has gotten some amazing review both before and after it’s release and I have tickets to see it Sunday, I can’t wait!

Has anyone seen it yet? What did you think? And who will you make Baymax for?!

Here’s a link to the pattern on Ravelry and Craftsy, if you prefer to purchase through either of those platforms. Here’s link to the pattern in my shop, where (until 11/30/14) you can use the code GRANDOPENING to get $2 off your purchase, which would make the Baymax pattern ½ price! Cool!

And as always, don’t forget to share your finished creations! Use the hashtag #screentostitch so I can see!

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Free Crochet Pattern Mini Double Popsicle

Mini Double Popsicle: FREE Crochet Pattern

Isn’t that so much fun to say?? Go ahead, say it again, Double Purple Popsicle Pattern!

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Today I have for you the pattern to make my Mini Double Popsicle amigurumi and a link to purchase the pattern that includes the Firecracker popsicle pattern too!!

Free Crochet Pattern Mini Double Popsicle

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Interested in the Firecracker popsicle too? Check it out on Ravelry…it’s only $1!

Happy crocheting!

Update-orama! (Including Summer Collection Info)

Okay, so I know I’ve been totally MIA recently…work (my day job) has gotten really busy/crazy, so I haven’t had as much time to devote to the fun stuff!

I know, boo 🙁 right?

But I have time today, so I wanted to give you all an update on my various projects and patterns that I have in the works and releasing soon!

First up is my Mixed Stitch Stripey Blanket.

This blanket has received so much attention on Instagram so I want to thank everyone for their kind words and comments! I love finding a community where I never thought I would.

I also have info for you guys about my 2014 Summer Collection!

As soon as I decided that I wanted to do a summer collection, I was excited by all the possibilities. But I didn’t want to just include the cliche, quintessential, summer stuff…I wanted to do different things too! So, without further ado, here is the list of the patterns included in my Summer Collection:

Summer Sun Softie

Beach Ball Softie

Italian Ice Softie

Pineapple Softie

Ducky Inner Tube Coaster

Popsicle Softie

Summer Bunting

The Summer Sun Softie was released earlier this month and has already reached almost 1000 downloads! Yay!

I released the Summer Sun Softie for free, but I will be offering the other patterns at $0.99 (and $2 for the bunting). You can also purchase the entire collection for $5 and save some money if you think you’ll want them all!

The Beach Ball Softie was released today and the other patterns will be released every Saturday in June, with the 28th including both the Popsicle Softie and the Summer Bunting!

All of the patterns in my collection were crocheted using Lily Sugar and Cream Yarns. I did this for several reasons:

I love Lily Sugar and Cream Yarns

they come in PLENTY of bright, fun, colors making them perfect for summer!

they’re cheap and they come in small skeins, meaning you’re not buying a TON of yarn for a teeny project

I’m really excited about this collection, it’s the first time I’ve done a “collection” like this and I’m really excited to see if everyone likes it!

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Next are some photos of random little projects I’ve been working on:

My #52weeksofgranny project is coming along nicely:

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I’ve even added a few squares since this picture.

If you want to join in on the fun, check out the Ravelry Group!

I’ve also been working on these cool triangle pillow covers:

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I also found this wonderful tutorial and CAL by Poppy and Bliss, over at My Poppet. It’s called the Carnivale Cushion and it is just fabulous!

Here’s my start to the CAL:

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And the last update I have for you…

On Tuesday of next week, I will be meeting one of my all time favorite authors, Neil Gaiman. He is the creator of such wonderful books and graphic novels, such as American Gods, Coraline and The Sandman series.

I had the idea (partially inspired by Allison Hoffman, whose wonderful book, AmiguruME: Make Cute Crochet People, I own and just LOVE) to crochet Neil Gaiman a Coraline doll.

With the help of Allison’s book, this task was made easy! I made a few modifications to her patterns and I also created the pattern for her head (because her head is such an odd shape and there was really nothing fitting in the book).

Here is a (kinda crappy, sorry) picture of the progress from a few days ago:

I’m hoping that he likes it…fingers crossed!

Side Note: You can also always view my projects by visiting my Ravelry notebook, here.

On a personal note, I’ve been volunteering at my local animal shelter with the cats and I’m loving it! I have such a good time hanging out with the kitties, they’re so much fun!

And that’s it!

Whew, that was a lot 🙂

Happy Crocheting,

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Interview with a YarnBomber.

Today I have something really special for you guys.

An interview with the YarnBomber himself, aka Stephen from Santa Barbara, CA. Some pictures of his work appear below, but be sure to check out his website for more info.

How long have you been crocheting?

I first picked up knitting needles in the Spring of 2012 as part of my resolution to learn 12 new things (12for2012.com). One of the contributors to the yarnbomb that resulted was Crochet Grenade. The following year she was looking for help with her Rubik’s Cube yarnbomb, but needed them to be crocheted. To repay her kindness I learned how to crochet by watching her video on the internet. That was about 10 months ago and Ive been “hooked” ever since.

What is your favorite stitch (or, your most used stitch)?

Truth is, Im not a very accomplished crocheter. My projects require massive amounts of material, but there is something beautiful about a handmade piece versus machine made. So for me it’s all about speed and efficiency. That means I use simple single and double crochets almost exclusively. Nothing fancy, just lots and lots and lots of stitches.

What is your most used hook size?

Until very recently, the only hook I used was the 5mm one my wife gave me out of her bag. It’s still my favorite.

What feelings do you hope to evoke or inspire with your installations?

It’s pretty simple really. I want to make people say, “what the?” and smile as they turn the corner on a trail and suddenly stumble upon this massive, whimsical, colorful yarn installation in the middle of nowhere. The virtual response I hope to evoke is one of inclusivity and a kind of bonding among people of all different backgrounds. That’s what art is supposed to do, isn’t it? Bring people together?

How awesome does it feel to have so many collaborators involved in your installation, from so many corners of the world?

The connection to people is what I love most about these projects. My favorite part of receiving a package is the little note inside, telling me their story and why they got involved. I save them all. They serve to remind me that I have a responsibility to a lot of people, to take the trust they’ve bestowed upon me and turn their contributions into something we can all be proud of.

When someone does not agree with your work, how do you deal with the discouragement?

I respect their opinion. You cant make everyone happy, but I do my best to make a few people happy for at least 9 days.

Does anyone ever make fun of you for being a male fiber artist?

Has yet to happen. At least not to my face.

Who is your biggest fiber artist inspiration?

There are so many great fiber artists but none have inspired me more than Christo. I was a kid in South Florida when he covered the islands down there. It had a huge impact on me and he continues to do so today.

What advice do you have for beginning or aspiring yarn bombers?

Just get out there and do it. Oh, and go big!


The YarnBomber’s next installation is set for Lizard’s Mouth in Santa Barbara. If you would like to contribute as a collaborator on the project, (I have!) you can send your pieces to him with the info on his Instagram. (Which you should follow, too.)

How’s that for some awesome advice and insight! Thanks a ton Stephen, for taking the time out for this interview. I know I appreciate it and I’m sure my readers do too!

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MARSHMALLOWS. Free Pattern!

My Cloudy 2 patterns are some of my bestselling patterns in my shop. So for you today, I have a FREE Cloudy 2 pattern!

If you’ve seen the movie then you know about these guys:

CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 (2013) Flint (Bill Hader)

They’re the most adorable marshmallows I’ve ever seen. And with my pattern, you can make your very own!

Suggested uses:

squeezing

hugging

cuddling

smiling at.

Here you go!

Free Pattern, Marshmallows from Cloudy 2

Materials:

size G crochet hook

white yarn (I’m using Caron One Pound in White)

black embroidery thread

yarn needle

needle to embroider mouth/eyes

9mm black safety eyes (optional)

stuffing

Please refer to my Crochet Basics page for pattern translation key.

Small Marshmallow

sc 6 in magic circle

inc; around (12)

inc, sc; around (18)

inc, 2sc; around (24)

sc in BLO around (24)

sc around (24)

rep above round until the length of the marshmallow matches the diameter of the face/end

sc in BLO around (24)

begin stuffing

dec, 2sc; around (18)

dec, sc; around (12)

dec; around (6)

FO and weave closed with end

embroider eyes and mouth with black embroidery thread

Large Marshmallow

sc 6 in magic circle

inc; around (12)

inc, sc; around (18)

inc, 2sc; around (24)

inc, 3sc; around (30)

inc, 4sc; around (36)

inc, 5sc; around (42)

sc in BLO around (42)

sc around (42)

rep above round until the length of the marshmallow matches the diameter of the face/end

place safety eyes (if using)

sc in BLO around (42)

dec, 5sc; around (36)

dec, 4sc; around (30)

dec, 3sc; around (24)

begin stuffing

dec, 2sc; around (18)

dec, sc; around (12)

dec; around (6)

FO and weave closed with end

embroider mouth with black embroidery thread

That’s it!

Remember to share your projects on Instagram using the hashtag #wiajpattern or #wiajcrochet so I can see them!

Check out my other Cloudy 2 Patterns on Ravelry! (You don’t have to be a member.)

Disney’s Frozen…Olaf!

So today I am excited to announce that I will be creating a crochet pattern for Olaf, from Disney’s Frozen! The movie looks adorable and you can see Olaf in the video clip from the movie, below:


One of the cutest aspects of Olaf’s character is the fact that he’s constantly coming apart! So…..

I’m going to be making Olaf in pieces!! That way, you can take him apart and re-arrange him however you like!

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Stay tuned for updates on my progress! You could also view/purchase any of my past patterns from Ravelry, here.

Update: The Olaf pattern is now live! Buy now!

Acorn Crochet Pattern…it’s FALL!

Hey everyone!

I’m sure you all remember the release of my Leak Leek and Barry from Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 a few weeks ago, right?

Well today I have some awesome news for you…I have created a Cutie Acorn pattern just for fall!

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These cute little acorns are so much fun to make! You can give them eyes or make them in any funky colors you want!

Again, this pattern is available on Ravelry:   

Happy Crocheting!!