Elihu the Elephant is a softie crochet pattern that’s a variation of Amir the Elephant. He’s also inspired by one of my favorite childhood books.
Tripet is a happy little three-legged monster that wants to play! He’s adorable and huggable and stands all on his own. Tripet brings joy and love wherever he goes. Use some Poly Pellets in his feet to help him stand, and then fill the rest of him with Poly Fil. You can even add more legs or arms, as they are all attached separately. Tripet is made in several pieces and then joined together. He’d be amazing in lots of other color combos as well, making him a great stash buster.
Amir the Elephant is part of the 2019 CAL Central Softie CAL. He’s somewhere between a softie and a pillow. Amir loves hugs and cuddles. He’s super soft and sports a beautiful blanket designed and made by my daughter, Vada. Vada also came up with the idea to make an elephant for the Softie CAL. Amir would make a great gift! I have included details on making the blanket with a Cricut, along with how to make a fabric inner lining if you are concerned about stuffing poking through.
This adorable snowman is perfect for the center of your table or just about anywhere in your home this holiday season. He stands 15″ tall and sports a charming hat and scarf set. He has been made in Christmas colors, but you can change the colors of his accessories to make him work for other winter holidays, or just for the winter in general. Made with Kraemer Naturally Nazareth yarn he is sure to last for generations to come!
Don’t forget to enter to win the yarn needed to make this cute guy HERE.
This post was sponsored by Kraemer Yarns.
Blue Belle a bell shaped free crochet doll pattern for the sweet little one in your life. She got her name from her color and her bell shaped body. Her bright stripes and fantastic hair will bring smiles everywhere she goes. Give some joy with Blue Belle!
Sometimes we all need a hug! This little Monster Hug Lovie features an adorable little monster attached to a small octagonal blanket, and is perfect for little arms to hug and love. You can embroider on any sort of expression you like. I’m fond of the squiggly smile, because laughs and hugs go well together!