Happy new year! Lets start the new decade with a brand new pattern - a cute little raccoon. They're one of my favorite animals and I'm so excited to share the pattern with you
And here's the last pattern of 2019 - this cute small fox. There are a few more animals in my collection that would look cute as little mini versions, but I think I will take a little break from the minis and work on something new for a change.
Making these minis has been a lot of fun and I'm so glad you guys are liking them too - sometimes you just need that quick crochet fix or a last minute gift that doesn't take hours and hours to make.
This sweet little deer is not difficult to crochet and works up using only single crochet stitches, although some details can be a bit fiddly to make. Arms and legs are attached using doll joints (or buttons) which makes them movable.
If you are already an expert toy maker, you have probably heard about all these tips before (and most likely are using them as well). But for anyone new in the world of amigurumi, I thought I would put together a little list with techniques I found really improved the look of my toys.