Here is another pattern, for the happy flower I made for my co-worker! Enjoy!
Happy Flower Amugurumi Pattern
Materials= 3 to 4 colours of yarn, safety eyes (or another colour of yarn for the eyes)
Hook = 2.5mm
CH = Chain SC = Single Crochet TC= Triple Crochet ST= Stitch FO = Finish Off DEC = Decrease
Head Foundation = Magic ring 6 (if you don’t know what a magic ring is please find a tutorial here. This is the tutroial I learnt from and it is awesome ^_^) Round 1= 2 SC in each ST around Round 2= 1 SC in the next ST then SC twice in next ST - do this till end of round Round 3= 1 SC in the next 2 ST then SC twice in next ST - do this till end of round Round 4= 1 SC in the next 3 ST then SC twice in next ST - do this till end of round Rounds 5 -15 = SC around Round 16= 1 SC in the next 3 ST then DEC - do this till end of round Round 17= 1 SC in the next 2 ST then DEC - do this till end of round (This is a good time to add your eyes & stuff the head!)
Here is the patterns for Paul, the Albino Beholder. You can of course, make him a normal ruddy beholder colour if you want (it is your amigurumi :D), but I simp[ly thought the world didn’t have enough happy-go-lucky cute things ;). Also, if you find the 10 eye-stalks too much you can also put less on. (I won’t even get into an intense nerd-debate with you about hoe a beholder actually does need all 10 eyestalks in order to be awesomely magical.)
Materials= I colour of yarn, 1 safety eye, 10 black beads (see below), yarn needle, thread for sewing a mouth
Hook = ((2.5mm)) I am not putting a 'strict' hook size here, because you can basically do this pattern with any size hook & any size yarn. The larger the yarn/hook, the larger your beholder will be. However! This is very important make sure to guage your thread around the black beads that you buy for the eye stalks. My pattern calls for a CH6 around the eye beads and you should check this before you start. If y…
Recently on my G+ page I have been posting a lot of pictures of these tiny 'doll houses' I have made. Since I have been so busy in my life etc. making these tiny creations has really been a big form of stress relief for me. You can get one done in an evening or two and the result is totally adorable and pleasing.
I first found out about miniature doll houses on the blog Open House Miniatures. They talk about the history and origin of these things, so if you are interested in that please give their blog a look. There is also a tutorial on the blog, but I found it rather confusing, because I wanted to make my own houses rather than the print out provided in the tutorial.
So... I have created this tutorial for you on how to make your own folding doll house! My only request is that when you have finished one please let me see a picture, I think they are so cool.
Materials Card stockPlain printer paper Clear/white glue (like Elmer's Glue)Scissors Markers, pencils, whatever you wa…