Monthly Archives: July 2017

Yakko – Free Pattern

Standard
Yakko – Free Pattern

If you follow me on Facebook and/or Instagram, you know I have been creating Yakko this week.

This is the initial pattern with the smaller face piece. Hopefully when I make his brother and the Warner sister, Dot, I’ll get it right. Then they can run around the Warner Movie Lot.FullSizeRender

He looks a lot cuter with his body.

I haven’t tested this pattern at all. Please let me know if there are any issues with the pattern or suggestions or recommendations.Yakko Pattern

Next week I will be crocheting items from other designers. I like to try other patterns so I can see different takes on things and different ways to make my crochet creatures come to life.

The next few free patterns will be from Animaniacs. Let me know what you think my series after that should be. I was thinking Princess Bride characters. Andre the Giant as Fezzig as a plush doll could be the cutest thing ever.

Advertisements

Knitting this week

Standard
Knitting this week

In order to prevent boredom, I decided I would try something new and/or different at least once a month. The new projects will cover knitting, weaving, cross stitch, etc. Hopefully, I will be a touch more consistent with posting.

This week I started the Antarkis shawl by Janina Kallio. The pattern is available on Ravelry and you get updates as she changes the pattern. I’m still working from the original because I like that one.

IMG_2982IMG_2983IMG_2984

If you look close you can see the sparkles in the yarn. Obviously, this hasn’t been blocked yet as it is still on the needles. The yarn has been in my stash for a long time and I’m glad to finally get to use it for something.

Make sure to follow me on Instagram for updates to what I am doing and working on. I am also trying to add more kits to my Etsy shop so make sure you check in.

She-Hulk Free Pattern

Standard
She-Hulk Free Pattern

I know it has been forever. I’ve been working on all sorts of new things. If you don’t follow me on Instagram, you should. I am finally getting used to the platform and getting a lot better at it.

Now for the main event: SHE-HULK!

I love comic book ladies and feel they are underrepresented in the crochet world. IMG_2897

Look at that face. I used my eyelash technique, because it is my favorite. I may run out of doll lashes soon.

The pattern is available right here She-hulk. I have not tested it. I think her boobs need to be bigger. When I test it, I will try that part. I also have not calculated the yardage for the different colors. If you run into problems or errors, please contact me or leave a comment.